“Art in the Native Landscape” At HoBART in Frenchtown
“CARVERSVILLE SETTLE”: This painting by James Feehan is featured at HoBART 2023, “Art in the Native Landscape,” on view September 23, 24, 30 and October 1 at Steinbeiser’s Farm in Frenchtown.
HoBART 2023, “Art in the Native Landscape,” will take place on September 23, 24, 30, and October 1at Steinbeiser’s Farm, 718 County Road 519, Frenchtown, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
Exhibiting artists are Justin Anchinsko, Anabel Bouza, Tim Capelle, James Feehan, Penelope Fleming, Wayne Freitag, Barry Good, Don Gonzalez, Martha Gonzalez, Harry Gordon, Wendy W. Gordon, Jacqueline Haut Evans, Shaari Horowitz, Lauren Johnson, Gloria Kosco, Haley Manchon, Joyce Murphy, Mike Pantuso, Jessy Ridgeway, Susan Roseman, Denise Sandy, Eric Schultz, Cody Snyder, Steven Snyder, Christoph Spath, Paul Steinbeiser, Annelies van Dommelen, Mayfield Williams, and Summer Yates. All artwork is for sale directly from the artists.
Discover artworks that harmoniously blend with the native landscape, creating a unique and captivating atmosphere. From sculpture installations to paintings and sketches, as well as textiles, macrame, found-object art, and contemporary glass (blown and sand-cast), this event showcases the creativity and talent of renowned artists from both Hunterdon and Bucks counties.
Visitors will have the opportunity to meet the artists in person to discuss their work and explore the surroundings of this picturesque location with buildings based on a 1780s Delaware Valley farmhouse, created by host Paul Steinbeiser.
For more information, go to facebook.com/hobartartshow.