2021 Members Exhibition

September 26 - January 9, 2021
2021 Members Exhibition
2021 Members Exhibition

This annual exhibition showcases the diverse talents of the members of the Hunterdon Art Museum. The artists work in an array of media including photography, sculpture, fiber, glass, printmaking, oils, acrylics, watercolors, pastel, pencil, and collage.

Congratulations to Liz Mitchell, who has been selected for the solo exhibition next year.

Liz Mitchell, Lead Us Not Into Temptation. Image courtesy of the artist.

Liz Mitchell, Lead Us Not Into Temptation. Image courtesy of the artist.

Mitchell’s piece, Lead Us Not Into Temptation (above), was made in response to the tens of thousands of children sexually abused by religious clerics. Learn more about Mitchell and this specific work in the video below.

Congratulations to Karen Kreiger for winning the Hunterdon Art Museum Prize

Karen Kreiger, When There Are Nine

Karen Kreiger, When There Are Nine

Karen Kreiger, When There Are Nine

This year’s selected artists:

Amy Becker
Zenna Broomer
Patricia Cudd
Yael Eisner
Meeta Garg
Valerie Huhn
Betty Jacobsen
Julia Justo
Rebecca Kelly
Myungwon Kim

Karen Krieger
Lisa Madson
Patricia Malarcher
Liz Mitchell
Michelle Moody
Florence Moonan
Patricia Feeney Murrell
Barbara Schulman
Teresa Shields
Barbara Straussberg
Laura Trisiano

Learn more about the artists and their work


Kristen J. Owens is an arts administrator, researcher, and curator exploring the intersections of fashion, visual culture, and the Black American experience. She has curated exhibitions including Dressed at Rutgers University-Newark’s Paul  Robeson Galleries (2018) and ReVision and Respond at The Newark Museum of  Art (2021). As a researcher, she has presented papers on African American photography and conduct literature, such as etiquette manuals, at conferences including Fashioning the Black Body in Bondage and Freedom (Brooklyn, 2017)  and the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association National  Conference (San Diego, 2017).

Owens holds an MA in Visual Culture: Costume  Studies and an MS in Library and Information Science from New York University’s dual degree program with LIU Palmer. She holds a BA in Fashion Studies and has returned to her alma mater, Montclair State University as a lecturer in that subject.  Presently, Owens is the Associate Curator (Programs) at Paul Robeson Galleries,  Express Newark, Rutgers University- Newark.

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Programs are made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts; The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation; Hunterdon County Board of County Commissioners, through funds administered by the Cultural & Heritage Commission; Hyde and Watson Foundation; Union Foundation; The Large Foundation; and BLICK Art Materials, along with other corporations, foundations and individuals.  The Hunterdon Art Museum is a wheelchair-accessible space.  Publications are available in large print.  Patrons who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired may contact the Museum through the New Jersey Relay Service at (TTY) 1 (800) 852-7899.

The land upon which Hunterdon Art Museum is located is part of the traditional territory of the Lenni-Lenape, called “Lenapehoking.” We acknowledge the Lenni-Lenape as the original people of this land.


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