• Foundation Art Collection

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    • Ricardo Barros, Joseph Acquah, Half Bronze, 2000, Carbon Pigment Digital Print. You can see this work on the 4th floor of the Gabert Library. A small donation makes a big difference! Would you like to give to the College in honor of a loved one and have their name memorialized here? Contact the Hudson County Community College Foundation at (201) 360-4007.

    • Alexander Calder, Homage to Ben Shahn, 1971, Lithograph in Eight Colors. You can see this work on the 2nd floor reception area in the STEM Building. A small donation makes a big difference! Would you like to give to the College in honor of a loved one and have their name memorialized here? Contact the Hudson County Community College Foundation at (201) 360-4007.

    • Will Barnet, Circe, 1979. Lithograph. You can see this work on the fourth floor of the North Hudson Campus. Image courtesy of Skinner, Inc. www.skinnerinc.com. A small donation makes a big difference! Would you like to give to the College in honor of a loved one and have their name memorialized here? Contact the Hudson County Community College Foundation at (201) 360-4007.

    • Louis Eilshemius, Green Forest, ca. 1889, Oil on Canvas. You can see this work on the fifth floor of the STEM building. The trustees and college community dedicate this work in memory of death of Dr. David Rosenthal. During his more than seventeen years of service at HCCC, he touched many lives in a positive way. He made a difference, and the good work he did will live on through his students.

    • Eve Arnold, Retired Worker, Guelin, China, 1979, Cibachrome Print. You can see this work on the fourth floor of the Gabert Library building. Grateful acknowledgement is made to Christie’s auction house for the generous donation of the photographic image to use on this website. A small donation makes a big difference! Would you like to give to the College in honor of a loved one and have their name memorialized here? Contact the Hudson County Community College Foundation at (201) 360-4007.

    • Daniel Guzman, Koi, Watercolor, Ink, and Sharpie on Paper. This work won an HCCC Foundation Student Art Award in 2011. You can see this work at the Educational Opportunity Fund reception area on the lower level of 2 Enos Place.

    • Robert Rauschenberg, Statue of Liberty, 1983, Screenprint in Colors with Collage on Japon. You can see this work on the sixth floor of the Gabert Library building. A small donation makes a big difference! Would you like to give to the College in honor of a loved one and have their name memorialized here? Contact the Hudson County Community College Foundation at (201) 360-4007.

    • Man Ray, The Father of Mona Lisa, 1967, Lithograph. You can see this work on the first floor of 2 Enos Place. Dedicated in memory of Linda Guastini’s father, Samuel Russel Wilson Jr.

    • Richard Stone Reeves, Daisy, 1997, Oil on Panel. You can see this work on the fifth floor of the STEM building. A small donation makes a big difference! Would you like to give to the College in honor of a loved one and have their name memorialized here? Contact the Hudson County Community College Foundation at (201) 360-4007.

    • James Siena, Two Perforated Combs, 2006. Stenciled Pigmented Linen on Pigmented Cotton Base, Edition of 50. You can see this work on the sixth floor of the Gabert Library building. Image courtesy of Dieu Donné, New York. Thank you to Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.

    • William Wegman, B is for Baker, 2013, Photographic Print using Archival Epson Inkjet Pigments on 100% Cotton Rag Hahnemühle Paper. You can see this work on the first floor of the Gabert Library building. Donated by Dr. Glen Gabert in honor of Marcia Manke Friesen, through the HCCC Foundation Acquisition Program.

    • Willie Cole, Man, Spirit, Mask, 1999, Left Panel: Photo-Etching, Embossing and Hand Coloring. Middle Panel: Silkscreen with Lemon Juice and Scorching. Right Panel: Photo Etching and Woodcut Edition. You can see this work on the second floor of the Gabert Library building. Given by the Adler Jarach Fund of Equity Foundation through the HCCC Foundation Acquisition Program.

  • The HCCC Foundation Art Collection: Over 1,000 Works to View

    Podcast Date: Apr. 22, 2019

    HCCC President Dr. Chris Reber has an engaging and enjoyable discussion with Foundation Art Collection Coordinator Dr. Andrea Siegel, and HCCC graduate and Art Collection Assistant Darius Gilmore.