Every child is an artist.
The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.
— Pablo Picasso

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Field Colony offers co-working and opportunities that foster new ideas and important associations within an art exhibition space. We empower you with the tools needed and a supportive and engaging environment for working, learning, and collaborating.

With seating for up to 16 in the main space, you will be surrounded and will be inspired by the art from our exhibitions. A lounge appointed with a velvet couch and casual seating for up to five people provides an intimate space for conversation. Also, a private meeting room equipped with a flat screen for web and video conferencing can seat up to six people for meetings and presentations.

At the corner of 10th and Bloomfield in Hoboken, Field Colony is located at the intersection for innovators and entrepreneurs in design, technology, and the arts.

Walter John Rodriguez: Out of Line

February 16 - March 31, 2018

Field Colony is proud to present our second art exhibition, a solo show, featuring Walter John Rodriguez of Guttenburg, NJ. 

His artworks include drawings and paintings on canvas and paper. Many of his works are being exhibited for the first time, and we are excited to share this experience with you.

Field Colony is also working with Studio B9 Photography will be producing a limited edition art book celebrating Walter's work. 

The show opens Friday, February 16th, 7 - 10p. We welcome all of you to come to the opening.


 

Figure Drawing

On February 22nd, from 8-10p, at Field Colony, you will be surrounded and will be inspired by the art from our second art show, Walter John Rodriguez: Out of Line, while drawing the nude figure.  

Figure Drawing involves simple materials - pencil / charcoal - as means of discovery. Ideas evolve through the process of the “drawn” language with specific exercises that focus on visual analysis and the skills needed for expressive form such as line, tone, mass and illusionistic space. 

As in any practice, the more you draw the more comfortable you will become with the materials and processes.

Provided Items: Paper, pencil / charcoal
Recommended: Sketchbook

$20

 

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Figure Drawing

On March 1st, from 8-10p, at Field Colony, you will be surrounded and will be inspired by the art from our second art show, Walter John Rodriguez: Out of Line, before the opening reception February 16th, while drawing the nude figure. 

Figure drawing involves simple materials - pencil / charcoal - as means of discovery. Ideas evolve through the process of the “drawn” language with specific exercises that focus on visual analysis and the skills needed for expressive form such as line, tone, mass and illusionistic space. 

As in any practice, the more you draw the more comfortable you will become with the materials and processes.

Provided Items: Paper, pencil / charcoal
Recommended: Sketchbook

$20

 

Quantity:
Add To Cart


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