Kind of Blue
Curated by Kim Bricker and Robert Policastro
The color blue can be a powerful tool of expression, but blue is also a state of mind. Kind of Blue is a group exhibition at the ART150 Gallery featuring the artists of 150 Bay Street in Jersey City, NJ. Participating artists have explored what blue means to them through paint, photography, printmaking, sculpture, fiber, and more in this diverse and harmonious show.
Join us for an opening reception on Friday, November 4 from 6-9pm to view the artwork, meet the artists, and enjoy some light refreshments – all open to the public and free of charge.
Alexandra Alvarez, Kim Bricker, Guillermo Bublik, Alex Buzunov/BZNV, Robert Cadena, Teri Fiore, Ann Giordano, Mindy Guck, Megan Maloy, Tyler Neasloney, Robert Policastro, Cheryl R. Riley, Deb Sinha, Josh Urso, Paul Wirhun/Eggman
Dates: November 4 – November 28, 2022
Artists Reception: November 4, 6-9pm
Hours: Saturdays and Sundays 1-4pm
Art Crawl: November 17, 6-8pm
Location: ART150 Gallery, 157A First Street, 2nd Floor, Jersey City, NJ, elevator entrance and wheelchair ramps at the corner of Provost and First Streets.
About the Curators:
Kim Bricker is a contemporary printmaking artist currently living and working in Jersey City, NJ. She uses a technique of mono print layering to create abstracted landscapes, with an interest in representing the colors, forms, and moods that a landscape can take on throughout time and space. Kim received a BA in Fine Arts from Carnegie Mellon University with a concentration in 2D Media, and an MA in Museum Studies, Exhibition Design from George Washington University.
Robert Policastro is an artist specializing in fine art oil paintings including human figure and life portraits. He is currently devoting 2022 to a series of paintings featuring tigers and human figures inspired by celebrated author Frank R. Stockton’s most famous short story “The Lady, or the Tiger?”. Robert Policastro is a New Jersey City University alumni, a lifetime member of the Art Students League of New York, and an award-winning volunteer for Art House for nearly 10 years. He had an art studio in Hoboken for 20 years before moving to 150 Bay a year and a half ago.
More information and images available upon request from Kim Bricker at