- Hoboken Historical Museum, Upper Gallery, En plein Air: Seeking a Sensation, by Raymond Smith, November 11 - December 23, 2012 by Hoboken Historical Museum
www.hobokenmuseum.org --- En plein Air: Seeking a Sensation, by Raymond Smith ---- Hoboken’s physical character is known for its storied waterfront, its compact and walkable streets, and its rows of well-preserved late-Victorian homes. But not since the Elysian Fields were converted to industrial use in the early...
- Hoboken Historical Museum, Upper Gallery, Ta-Da! Artworks by Beth Lucas, Macy's Parade Studio Artist, May 6 – July 1, 2012 by Hoboken Historical Museum
www.hobokenmuseum.org Ta-Da! Artworks by Beth Lucas -- For head scenic artist Beth Lucas, the Macy's Parade Studio's move from Hoboken to Moonachie last year was bittersweet. While the new facility offers better lighting and working conditions, she misses being surrounded by historic details scattered throughout t...
- Hoboken Historical Museum, Upper Gallery - UNCOMMON THREADS:String Pictures by Robert Forman. January 29 – March 16, 2014 by Hoboken Historical Museum
Uncommon Threads: String Pictures by Robert Forman --- January 26, 2014 - March 16, 2014 --- From a distance, an artwork by Robert Forman appears to be many paintings at once, layered in some mysterious way. Up close, the mystery deepens: Instead of paint, the surface is composed of many colored threads, laid downw...
- Hoboken Historical Museum, Upper Gallery - Spontaneous Hoboken: Ink Drawings by John Cheney; Aug. 25 to Sept. 29, 2013 by Hoboken Historical Museum
Nineteen framed works were on display from August 25 – September 29 in the Museum’s Upper Gallery, in the exhibition titled “Spontaneous Hoboken: Ink Drawings by John Cheney" at 1301 Hudson St., Hoboken. --- Hoboken resident and longtime Macy’s Parade Studio float builder John Cheney loves the challenge of dr...
- Hoboken Historical Museum - Mapping the Territory: Hudson County in Maps, 1840-2013, Jan. - Sept. 2013, Entry title & 1854 map. by Hoboken Historical Museum
The exhibit logo title with an 1854 map of Hudson County. --- (Topographical Map of Hudson County, New Jersey from Actual Surveys. By Clerk & Bacot, City Surveyors & Engineers, Montgomery St., Jersey City. Published by Wm. H. Wood, City Surveyor & Engineer, No. 15 Montgomery St., Jersey City. Entered according to ...
- Schnackenberg's Luncheonette, 1110 Washington St., Hoboken - Rear Dining Section - August 9, 2012 by Hoboken Historical Museum
The back area of this restaurant established in 1931 and little changed over the years. (It closed on Saturday, September 15, 2012 under the ownership of the original family; a new leaseholder is renovating it.) --- Learn more about Schnackenberg's in a 2004 illustrated oral history chapbook: Schackenberg's Luncheo...
- Hoboken Historical Museum, Upper Gallery, Hoboken in Print: Hand-Cut Stencil Screen Prints by Ricardo Roig, July 29 – Sept. 9, 2012 by Hoboken Historical Museum
www.hobokenmuseum.org ----- Hoboken in Print: Hand-cut Stencil Screen Prints by Ricardo Roig. --- Ricardo Roig, a young artist who moved to Hoboken in 2009 after finishing college, has long been an admirer of the Impressionist painters. Hoboken became his muse, he said, in part because its architecture reminded hi...
- Hoboken Historical Museum exhibition, sect 3-6; 3-7-3-8: Driving Under the Hudson: A History of the Holland & Lincoln Tunnels, Jan. 29 - July 1, 2012 by Hoboken Historical Museum
www.hobokenmuseum.org --- Holland Tunnel (end) --- Section 3-6: Opening --- Section 3-7: Tested --- Section 3-8: Documentary photos & proposal for the Hudson Midtown (Lincoln) Tunnel [End of Holland Tunnel portion] --- www.hobokenmuseum.org ---
- Hoboken Historical Museum, Upper Gallery: Local Motion: Mixed-Media Sculptures by Jennifer Place & Jodie Fink,May 18 - July 6, 2014 by Hoboken Historical Museum
Exhibit of 29 works by two artists. See checklist below and wall identification plates for art done by the respective artist. --- Bowerbirds don’t merely “feather their nests” — they create elaborate art installations to impress prospective mates, using colorful materials collected from around their environme...
- Hoboken Historical Museum, Upper Gallery - Meadowlands, A Wetlands Survival Story: Watercolor Illustrations by Thomas F. Yezerski; Jan. 27 - March 10, 2013 by Hoboken Historical Museum
For Tom Yezerski, all roads seemed to lead to the Meadowlands. Literally. As a recent transplant to New Jersey from Allentown, Pa., Yezerski moved to Rutherford 14 years ago seeking a reasonably affordable community close enough to New York City for him to pursue his dream of becoming an established children’s bo...