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Picturing Life After the Pandemic

Showing online: April 30 – May 31, 2020

$250 Gift Certificate to Right Angle Framing Hoboken
Basic Image Capture ($50.00 value) at Wholesale Artist Giclée
$25 Gift Certificate to the Hoboken Historical Museum, Hoboken
Handcrafted Soap Gift Pack from Salvation Wellness, Jersey City
$10 Coupon for art supplies from Wholesale Artist Supply

Al Barsky, founder and curator of Barsky Gallery
Aaron Boucher, co-founder of Field Colony
Kristin J. DeAngelis, Curator/Art Dealer/Art Educator

DURING THIS TIME OF CRISIS have you noticed that art is a key element is sustaining people? As an artist, what are the transformative realities you are expressing right now?

The effects of the highly infectious COVID-19 penetrates our lives even if our own physical bodies are not infected. The coronavirus has infiltrated our society and places an overwhelming burden on our psyche and physical well-being.

Isolation, loneliness, despair, boredom, stress, anxiety, alienation, and uncertainty, are some feelings we are experiencing while many are also witnessing the best of humanity as we cheer on hospital workers and scientists and support teachers and grocery workers with words of encouragement. People are finding comfort in music, art, and other creative expressions with new appreciation.

This global pandemic forces us to re-evaluate how we go about our daily lives and challenges us to explore who we want to be as a society on the other side of the crisis. According to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, “This is going to be transformative and formative for society.”…. It will most likely forever change how humanity moves forward. What does that look like to you? How is your outlook changing?

We are asking the artists to donate 50% of sales as a result of the exhibit to go to the Hoboken Relief Fund.



Right Angle, owned and operated by Pablo Godoy, has been framing for their friends and neighbors since 1983 in Hoboken, NJ. With two locations in Hoboken—downtown at 1108 Washington St. and uptown at 320 Washington St.—they do museum-quality conservation framing with a large selection of moulding styles from antique to modern. Each job is completed in their workshop by their own skilled craftspeople. They frame paintings, prints, photos, diplomas, documents, mirrors, needleworks, tapestries, jerseys, and memorabilia. Find out more at

Salvation Wellness is a modern CBD apothecary and wellness studio in Jersey City, NJ. It was founded by massage therapist, movement specialist, yogini, herbalist, and aromatherapist Ceallaigh Pender who is trained in over 25 techniques and who has worked in the field of massage and wellness for over 20 years. Salvation Wellness offers custom tailored therapeutic massage, guided meditation, infrared sauna, and organic bodycare products made by the hands that heal. To learn more visit

The Hoboken Historical Museum logoThe Hoboken Historical Museum (est. 1986) collects and displays artifacts in themed exhibitions on Hoboken history and offers educational programs, lectures, tours and hosts films and plays. Located at 1301 Hudson Street in Hoboken, NJ, the museum is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Learn more at

Wholesale Artist Giclee logoWholesale Artist Giclée has all your fine art needs in one place. The shop located at 580 Forest Street, Unit 6, Orange, NJ, adheres to stringent museum quality standards in image capture, printing and fulfillment services for art industry professionals. For more information please visit

Wholesale Artist Supply logoWholesale Artist Supply carry products they believe in because great things come from being inspired. Located at 888 Newark Avenue, Studio 350, in Jersey City, NJ, in Mana Contemporary, they carry a wide selection of professional artist materials and supplies online. Find out more at



Al Barsky is founder and curator of Barsky Gallery at 49 Harrison Street in Hoboken, New Jersey. Barsky Gallery is a leading destination for acquiring contemporary art, giving art collectors unrivaled access to eclectic collections by local and international artists. Find out more at:

Aaron Boucher is the co-founder of Field Colony at 1001 Bloomfield Street in Hoboken, New Jersey. Field Colony provides studio space, artist residencies, and classes within an art gallery to serve as the center for the arts for Hoboken’s creatives and entrepreneurs to work, learn, and inspire. Find out more at:

Kristin J. DeAngelis is a curator, art dealer and art educator in Jersey City, New Jersey and consulting curator and deputy director with Art Fair 14C. Kristin has an extensive background in art and over 25 years of marketing experience with a proven track record for art sales. Learn more at:

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