Current Exhibit

Paradigm Shift

Aaron Boucher
Jeankarlos Cruz

September 20 - December 1, 2018

The exhibit Presence features the abstract figurative works of Aaron Boucher and Jeankarlos Cruz.

Art Exhibit / Presence

September 20 - November 4, 2018

Field Colony is pleased to present paintings and drawings by Aaron Boucher and Jeankarlos Cruz for the exhibition, Presence, open September 20th through November 4th. Read More

Class / Art Lab

Monday - Friday 3p - 5:45p

Aimed at young adults who wish to create their own art at their own pace, Field Colony now offers Open Studio hours and classes for young adults. By working in a professional environment, students get a feel for what it’s like to work within a gallery setting. Read More

Open Studio Workspace

Daily Availability 9a - 6p

Monday through Sunday, you get all the perks of working in a community of fellow creatives, entrepreneurs, and those working remotely in Hoboken with a space you can really call your own with the peace-of-mind of always having an outlet for your computer, not having to buy coffee, and quiet room for your next meeting. Read More

Class / Drawing

Wednesdays 8p - 10p

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. Read More

Class / Acrylic Painting

Thursdays 8p - 10p / Saturdays & Sundays 10a - 11:45a

This workshop provides an instructor led introduction to painting and is followed by an open format that encourages the application of what was learned. Students are introduced to painting, techniques, and concepts, with emphasis on artistic expression. Read More

Residency / Artist

Monthly Availability

In July, we welcomed Walter John Rodriguez as the first in our new artist residency program. The Field Colony Artist-in-Residence Program offers artists a non-living private studio space for one month in a professional environment that encourages dialogue, creativity, and experimentation. Read More

Class / 3D Modeling

Fridays 6p - 7:45p / Saturdays 4p - 5:45p

If you have watched “Fixer Upper” on HGTV and were impressed by the 3D models that Joanna Gaines presents to their clients, the program you have seen her use is SketchUp. Learn how to transform your ideas from sketches into 3D with this intuitive and powerful program. Read More

Class / Social Media

Mondays 8p - 10p

Your business is local but your audience is global — learn how to harness the power of social media to attract new consistent clients and how to use Instagram to your advantage in this crash course for entrepreneurs and influencers. Read More

Class / Web Design

Mondays 6p - 7:45p / Saturdays 8p - 10p

At Field Colony, we used (and still use) Squarespace for the design of our website. If you’re looking for an intuitive way to create or update your website, we highly recommend Squarespace as it provides an easy to use interface, comprehensive e-commerce, and professional elegant results for the promotion and explanation of our services and offerings. Read More

Class / Suminagashi Painting

Sundays 6p - 7:45p

Suminagashi is an ancient form of Japanese marbling dates back over 800 years. Colored inks are floated on a bath of clear water and then gently manipulated into delicate and serendipitous patterns. This is a form of mono-printing where no two prints will be exactly the same. Read More

Hoboken Art + Studio Tour - Aaron Boucher

Event / Hoboken Art and Studio Tour

Friday November 3 - Sunday November 5, 2018

Field Colony will be one of the primary stops on the Hoboken Arts and Studio Tour held November 3rd through the 5th. In addition to our regular class schedule, we will also have our closing reception for the current exhibit featuring Aaron Boucher and Jeankarlos Cruz on November 4th from 7 - 10pm.

Class / Encaustic (Wax) Painting

Thursdays 6p - 7:45p / Saturdays 2p - 3:45p

Encaustic is the name for both a wax painting and a painting process involving heat to layer and melt the wax elements onto the canvas. The name encaustic comes from the greek enkaustikos which means “to heat” or “to burn”. Read More

Class / Adobe Illustrator

Wednesdays 6p - 7:45p / Saturdays 6p - 7:45p

In this workshop, you’ll see how Adobe Illustrator gives you the power to design, draw, and color images quickly and easily. Each workshop contains an assignment that challenges both your creativity and your growing skills with the program. The workshop is designed to let you work at your own level whether you’re just getting started with illustrator or looking to refresh your skills. Read More


Class / Cricut Maker

Sundays 4p - 5:45p

The Cricut Maker is the ultimate smart cutting machine. With its expansive toolset, It cuts and scores matboard, paper, vinyl, and balsa wood with effortless precision using its fine blade, and it cuts sewing patterns out of fabrics, leather with its precision rotary blade.  Read More


Class / Adobe Photoshop

Tuesdays 6p - 7:45p

Adobe Photoshop is considered the gold standard in photo editing software. This workshop covers essential skills to successfully use Photoshop to create and edit print and online imagery. Discover the fastest and most effective ways to manipulate and enhance your own photographs in an ordered step-by-step process.  Read More

Previous Exhibit

May 11 - August 9, 2018

Art / Juan Restrepo

Juan Restrepo's recent paintings can be divided into two categories. The first focuses on details from miniature illustrations in medieval illuminated manuscripts, enlarging this fine and subtle artwork into large-scale abstract decorative designs on canvas. Read More

Art / Matthew Paul Cleary

Matthew Paul Cleary describes making his work by accepting that what is beyond our control is an existential condition familiar to all of us. Although the basis on which he make my decisions vary between intuition, formal relationships, color theory, and experimentation, they are always informed by natural processes. Read More

Art / Maximilian Pelzmann

Maximilian Pelzmann firmly believes that artwork within our environment enriches our lives, as it becomes a part of signifying who we are as a society today and what our cultural identity is about. Throughout his creative process, he consolidate inspiration from the shapes, colors, and images within our organic and non-organic past. Read More