Join Our Community! Studios Available for Rent
For more information, please contact Valerie Black at 609-213-3331 or email@example.com
This June 2022, The Art Station welcomes the public to tour its historic building, view the art and meet the artists during its semi-annual open studios. Enjoy light refreshments and conversation. Learn what inspires the artists and about their creative process. Visitors will have the opportunity to enter a drawing for a door prize too.
The eclectic art mix includes painting, drawing, textiles,mixed media, collage, sculpture, video, installation, and interactive art. Artwork will be available for purchase.
Artists showing work include: Enrico Bombieri, Robert Cagan, Ingrid Davis, Roy Fisher, Gary David Fournier, Luisa Hernandez-Bailey, Marisa Keris, Kathleen Hurley Liao, Claudia Luongo, Anne Steinhorn, Joy Sacalis, Chanika Svetvilas, Susan Winter, Juanita Yoder
Roger Cook, an engineer, was the owner and founder of The Art Station in 1990. The building, built in the 19th century, was originally an agricultural depot and had been purchased by Mr. Cook in 1985 for an invention that didn’t transpire. When four artists approached him for studio space during the renovation of the building, The Art Station was born.
Valerie Black, the daughter of Roger Cook, stated “I bought The Art Station in 2009, after my father passed away. The place and the artists meant a great deal to him. It is my honor to be able to continue what my father started. The community of artists there make it the special place that it is.” The artists at The Art Station often comment on what a difference being a part of a community of artists, as well as having space to create, has meant to them. One artist, Ingrid Davis, a longtime tenant for almost 20 years, remarked, “The Art Station is my home away from home. Mr. Roger Cook will be forever remembered fondly and his heart and spirit can be found everywhere in this lovely space.
Open Studios at The Art Station occur semi-annually. However, because of the pandemic the studios have been closed to the public for two years. The spring open house is a long-awaited return.