Mia Brownell, Plate to Platelet 1, 2017, oil on linen, Courtesy of the artist.
Explore Women in Art
Don't miss our fascinating discussion and workshop Women in Art: An Exploration of Mia Brownell with Zena Tredinnick-Kirby on Monday, Dec. 16 at 6 p.m.
Tredinnick-Kirby will lead this fascinating two-hour workshop that will explore the art of Mia Brownell, whose work can be seen in our current exhibition Skeptical Realism. Participants can either attend just the lecture and gain a deeper understanding of Brownell's artwork, influences and inspiration, or enroll in the full workshop and leave with a painting inspired by Brownell's stylistic still-life paintings.
Tredinnick-Kirby earned her Master’s Degree from Pennsylvania State University in art education, her Bachelor’s from The College of New Jersey in art education and art history, and is a Ph.D. candidate in art history at Penn State. She taught advanced placement art history and advanced placement photography at North Hunterdon High School for 10 years. Register Here!
From Explorations in Felt, which opens Jan. 12: Kimberly Pulli, Emily’s Nightmare, 2019, Courtesy of the artist.
HAM's Annual Members Reception/Meeting
We cordially invite all current Museum members to join us for a private reception and our annual meeting on Sunday, Jan. 12, at 1 p.m. as our way to thank you for your active involvement in HAM and to learn about our upcoming exhibitions and programs.
Then, stay as we celebrate the opening of our newest exhibitions: Explorations in Felt; Gloria Ortiz-Hernández & Lorraine Kisly: Art + Design; and Emily Squires Levine: Embracing Color/Polymer Clay. The opening is from 2 to 4 p.m. and will feature artists' talks, and complimentary wine and cheese.
Silkscreen Printing: Simple & Fun Workshop
Learn the simple and fun technique of silkscreen printing at HAM on Sunday, Dec. 15 from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
In our Silkscreen Printing: Simple & Fun Workshop with Mike Stark, you'll learn to create original designs and print endlessly to create editions of prints and/or your own textiles. You will will leave with several finished works and the skills to keep printing at home with minimal equipment.
This workshop is for adults and teens, ages 16 and up. Join Us!
WHERE: Hunterdon Art Museum, 7 Lower Center St., Clinton