Sidetracks Art Gallery takes special pride in sharing its Tenth Annual Naked in New Hope exhibition with the New Hope – Lambertville arts community and beyond. As customary, the show celebrates the facts and foibles of the human body in all its pain and, glory and begins with a street fair Opening Reception on Saturday evening, September 10, 2016. The exhibit extends through October 29, 2016.
As in previous years on that Saturday evening, the portion of Stockton Avenue immediately in front of the Gallery will be closed to traffic for the comfort and safety of the Opening Night crowd, and to provide space for outdoor refreshments and conversation.
A Special event is also scheduled for Saturday evening, September 24, 2016 beginning at 8 PM; New York painter Fred Hatt will visit Sidetracks for the second year in a row, continuing his association with model Neil Fleischer for an exhibition of live body painting. His artwork is now featured in a special issue of Drawing magazine entitled “The Figure, The Best of Drawing.”
One hundred and twelve artists will participate in this tenth year of NiNH – eighteen Resident Gallery artists, as well as guest artists from Bucks County and from other parts of the nation. Twenty-two artists are showing at Sidetracks for the first time this year.
Sidetracks Resident GalleryArtists exhibiting in Naked in New Hope this year include -- From Pennsylvania: Dave Hoke of Furlong, Robert Noonan of Ferndale, Aaron Kreydt of New Hope (NiNH featured artist in 2010) and Larry Wood of Wyalusing (NiNH featured artist in 2012); from New Jersey: Adam Capone of Lambertville (NiNH featured artist in 2014), Tai Lin of Linden, Richard Stabbert of Red Bank, Gary Bykowsky of Roebling (NiNH featured artist in 2010), Leah K. Tomaino of Randolph and Michael Wiley of Ewing; from New York:McWillie Chambers of Catskill (NiNH featured artist in 2007),Gay Malin of Delmar (NiNH featured artist in 2013) and recent Guggenheim fellow Patrick Webb of Manhattan (NiNH featured artist in 2013); from Ohio: Campbell G. Paxton of Mentor (NiNH featured artist in 2010 & 2013); from Colorado: G Thornton Hunter of Manitou Springs; from Florida: Tyrus Clutter of Ocala; from Kentucky, Marsha Karagheusian of Ft. Mitchell (NiNH featured artist in 2014) and from Massachusetts: Robert Henry of Wellfleet.
Local Guest Artists from Pennsylvania include: Anthony Casasanto of Ambler; Joe Canto of Bethlehem; Anthony Ortiz of Carversville; Dalissa McEwen-Reeder of Chalfont; William Earle of Coatesville; Susan Wallack of Conshohocken; Dot Bunn, Robin Crowley, Steve Lease, Christopher Kennedy and Marie Lukomski of Doylestown; Helen Domenic of Exton; husband and wife Betz and Jim Green of Flourtown; Michael Lee and Wilfredo Lukban of Fountainville; Frank Burd of Glenside; Haley Manchan of Hatboro; Stacie Speer Scott of Holicong; Phillip McLaughlin of Jamison; Paul McGlinn of Kintnersville; Jan Wyatt of Lahaska; Krzysztof J. Bratun and Thelma McCarthy of Lansdowne; William Donlen III of Levittown; husband and wife Susan and William B. Hogan of Lower Makefield; Bob Deane and Peggy Martin of Media; Emmanuel Regas of Nazaareth; Barbara Zietchick of New Hope; Dan Comisky of Newtown; Hanna Aufschauer, Milton Brugada, Paul Campbell, Patrick Connors, Gerard DiFalco, Morgan Dummitt and Gina Gruenberg of Philadelphia; John Augustine of Pipersville; Ron Bevilaqua and John Kreuzer of Quakertown; Keith David Trievel of Royersford; Steve Fabian of Sinking Spring; Marty Carr of Stroudsburg;; Ingred Rothenberg of Upper Black Eddy and Michael Vito Pascucci of Yardley.
From New Jersey: Jeff Filbert of Barrington; Bill Wolak of Bogota; Rick Huff of Clementon; husband and wife Shoshana Pofelis and Raymond Brown of East Windsor; Ellen Rosen of Flemington; Andrea Kelly of Hackensack; Nichole Hittner of Hillsborough; Robert Baum, Cathy Begg, Michael Ray Garcia, Dan Kollar, Ramon Robledo, Dana Stewart and Annelies van Dommelen of Lambertville; Wayne A. Freitag of Neshanic Station; Joseph H. Dougherty and Steve Smith of Pennington; Tim Parris of Princeton; Kathleen Hurley Liao of Princeton Junction; Steven Frim of Ridgefield; Jason Baden and Luis Alves of South Orange; Mike Mann of Stockton, Arlene Milgram of Trenton; Najwan Zoubi of Whitehouse Station and Maxine King of Woodbridge.
From New York: Dan McCormack of Accord; Fred Hatt and Saul Lyons of Brooklyn; Carolyn Weltman of Manhattan; Anita Cimino of Staten Island and Oleg Morozov of South Bound Brook.
Additional Guest Artists include: from Connecticut: Douglas Holtquist of South Woodbury; from Delaware: Olga Nielsen of Wilmington; from Georgia: Robert Sheerer of Marietta; from Maryland: Lois Borgenicht and C. Robert Little of Baltimore; from Maine: Chris Newcomb of Gorham and G. F. Morgan of Verona Island; from Massachusetts: Jeanette Griffith of West Newbury; from New Mexico: Ben Mittleman of Santa Fe; from Virginia: Karen Siegrist and Kelly Doyle Oakes of Charlottsville; and from Washington: Ro-Z Esposito of Tacoma.
Sidetracks Art Gallery in its latest incarnation remains adjacent to the New Hope Arts Center, 10 Stockton Avenue, where Bridge Street meets the New Hope-Ivyland Railroad.