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Riker Hill reviewed by Dan Bischoff

There’s a new gallery at Riker Hill!

284 Beaufort Ave, Livingston.  Building 509.

Dan Bischoff for the the Star Ledger (21 May 2017):

“The Riker Hill Art Park is probably one of the least known venues for the visual arts in northern NJ, even though it sits on one of the highest points in Essex County, with stunning views of the Wasatch Mountains and Manhattan.

The list of 33 artists who maintain studios and teach art classes to local students there reads like a shortlist of the regional art scene: Liz Demaree, Anne Dushanko Dobek, Catherine Kinkade, Wendy Lewis, Carol Chesler, Asha Ganpat, Sue Sachs and Virginia Zohn, to name a few.

The park’s six low-slung, cinder-block buildings have been converted into jewelry, ceramics, photography, printmaking, sculpture and painting studios, but mostly the 43-acre park lies empty, its grassy hillsides flecked with buttercups…”

Plein Air Painting Classes

Catherine Kinkade teaches landscape, plein air landscape, and color at the Montclair Art Museum in Montclair, NJ.

For a current list of her offerings check out her Teaching Page