• Foundation Art Collection

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      Chuck Close, Phil, 1976. Rubber stamp print. You can see this work in the North Hudson 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 HCCC Foundation at (201) 360-4006.

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      Frank Gehry, Wiggle Side Chair, 2006. Cardboard. You can see this work in the lobby of North Hudson. 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 HCCC Foundation at (201) 360-4006.


    • Ernst Haas, Calla Lilies, New York, 1982. Dye transfer print. You can see this work at North Hudson on the 7th floor at the Vice President’s reception area. Given by Glen Gabert and Gregory D. Ratcliff in honor of Philip Johnston through the HCCC Foundation Acquisition Program.


    • Faith Ringgold, Coming to Jones Road, Under a Blood Red Sky #8, 2007. Collaborator: John C. Erickson. Digital print with hand lithography. This print was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. This work is dedicated with gratitude to Associate Professor Liliane MacPherson, who taught at Hudson County Community College for 33 years, and exposed countless students to the arts and culture through numerous trips she organized to museums, sculpture parks, and Broadway plays. This work is installed at the North Hudson Welcome Center.


    • Sol LeWitt, Isometric Figure with Bars of Color, 2004. Color linocut, printed. This work has been dedicated in memory of Allan Roy Bardack by the Hudson County Community College Foundation. You can see this work in the Culinary Conference Center on the fifth floor hallway.


    • 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 HCCC Library Building on Sip Avenue in Journal Square. Given by the Adler Jarach Fund of Equity Foundation through the HCCC Foundation Acquisition Program.

    • Edmund Darch Lewis, A Fertile Valley, 1871. Oil on Panel. You can see this work in the Follett room on the 5th Floor of the Culinary Conference Center. Given in memory of Irene and Glen Gabert, Sr. by their family and friends through the HCCC Foundation Acquisition Program.


    • Elizabeth Catlett, Gossip, 2005. Color Digital Pratt and Photo Lithography. Collaborator: Randy Hemminghaus. Thanks to a gift to the Hudson County Community College Foundation Acquisition Program by Dr. Glen Gabert and Gregory Ratcliff, the work Gossip by Elizabeth Catlett has been dedicated in honor of the marriage of Taynaya Denise Lee and Bakari Gerard Lee, Esq. The work is installed on the third floor of 70 Sip Avenue.


    • Betsy Damon, Blue Hole, 2007. Digital Print with hand coloring. This was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University, New Jersey. You can see this work at North Hudson center 7th Floor Faculty Offices reception area. 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) 360-4006.


    • Jo Baer, Amphora Frieze, 2004. Silkscreen portfolio of 7 images published by the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Collaborator: Susan Goldman. You can see this work at the Culinary Arts Conference Center, room 218. 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) 360-4006.


    • Joyce Kozloff, Maui: Sugar Plantation, 2007. Digital print with hand lithography. This print was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. You can see this work in North Hudson on the 5th floor faculty receptionist area. Given in honor of the 100th birthday of Mr. Richard Joyce by Joan and Chris Madormo and Janet and Keith Frerichs through the HCCC Foundation Acquisition Program.


    • Diane Neumaier, Toccata, 2007. Digital print with hand lithography, Edition of 60. Collaborator: John C. Erickson. It was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University, New Jersey. You can see this work at 2 Enos Place, in the Career Development Center. Given in memory of Dr. Paul Friedman, dedicated by his nephew, Dr. Eric Friedman, through the HCCC Foundation Acquisition Program.


    • Michael Waugh, The CIA Commission (part 1 and part n), 2008, lithograph. This print was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. You can see this work at North Hudson on the 5th floor hallway. A small donation makes a big difference! Would you like to give to the College at honor of a loved one and have their name memorialized here? Contact the Hudson County Community College Foundation at (201) 360-4006.


    • Ibrahim Ahmed, Untitled, 2013, Mixed media. You can see this work on the second floor of the HCCC Library Building on Sip Avenue in Journal Square. 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 HCCC Foundation at (201) 360-4006.


    • Jon Rappleye, Evolution, 2012, oil and acrylic. You can see this work in 2 Enos Place on the first floor lobby. 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 HCCC Foundation at (201) 360-4006.


    • Pacita Abad, African Mephisto, 2008, lithograph with handmade paper, pulp painting and cole. You can see this work in the lobby area of Academic Affairs, 70 Sip Avenue, fourth floor. 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) 360-4006.


    • Ricardo Barros, Joseph Acquah, Half Bronze, 2000, Carbon pigment digital print. You can see this work at the North Hudson Building on the 4th floor hallway. 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) 360-4006.


    • Richardo Barros, Vladmir Kanevsky with New York Skyline, 1998, Carbon pigment digital print. You can see this work at the North Hudson Building on the 4th floor hallway. 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) 360-4006.


    • Siona Benjamin, Directions on How to Wear an Indian Jewish Sari, 2005, Digital print and etching with gold leaf and digital inclusions. Collaborator: Randy Hemminghaus. You can see this work at the Culinary Arts Conference Center on the 5th floor hallway. 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) 360-4006.


    • Charles Burwell, Labyrinth #4, 1992, four color, four run lithograph hand drawn by the artist and hand printed. This work is installed on the first floor of the Cundari Building at 870 Bergen in the CarePoint School of Nursing program. Thank you to Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.


    • Lauren Clemente, Plum, Student Art Award, 2011, graphite on paper. You can see this work at 2 Enos Place on the 3rd floor hallway.


    • Thomas Francisco, Westerlies, 2009, photograph. You can see this work at the Culinary Arts Conference Center on the 2nd floor by the Scott Ring Room. Given by Gregory D. Ratcliff in honor of recognition of the 18th anniversary of the installation of President Dr. Glen Gabert September 2010, through the HCCC Foundation Acquisition Program.


    • Arie Galles, The Heartland Study III, 1987, oil pastel on paper. You can see this work at 70 Sip Ave room A417, Academic Affairs Conference room. 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) 360-4006.


    • Daniel Guzman, Koi, Student Art Award, 2011, water color, ink, and sharpie on paper. You can see this work at 162 Sip Avenue room C-116 in the conference room.


    • Lisa Parker Hyatt, Monuments A, 1980’s, drawing. Thank you to Lisa Hyatt for the generous donation of this work. The work has been installed on the second floor at 168 Sip Avenue (Building D).


    • Carmen Cartiness Johnson, On His Break #4, charcoal on paper. You can see this work on the first floor of the HCCC Library Building on Sip Avenue in Journal Square. Thank you to Carmen Cartiness Johnson for the generous donation of this work.


    • Carmen Cartiness Johnson, My Best Bass, mixed media on paper. You can see this work on the first floor of the HCCC Library Building on Sip Avenue in Journal Square. Thank you to Carmen Cartiness Johnson for the generous donation of this work.


    • Margaret Murphy, Bull Terrier, 1993, Oil paint on panel. You can see this work in 25 Journal Square on the 4th floor. 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) 360-4006.


    • Don Nice, BK III PP II, 1980, Watercolor. You can see this work at the entrance to I Building (119 Newkirk Street) on Newkirk Avenue in Journal Square. Given in honor of Edward and Joan O’Neill by their nephew, Dr. Glen Gabert through the HCCC Foundation Acquisition Program.


    • Frank Palaia, Circo Italiano, 1994, limited edition print. This print was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. You can see this work at 119 Newkirk Street on the 2nd hallway Building I. 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) 360-4006.


    • Miriam Schapiro, Court Jester, 2008, lithograph. 2007, Digital Print with hand Lithography, Edition of 60. Collaborators: Kathryn Lyness, John C. Erickson. This print was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. You can see this work at the North Hudson Welcome Center. 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) 360-4006.


    • Man Ray, The Father of Mona Lisa, 1967, Lithograph. You can see this work on the fifth floor of the HCCC Library Building on Sip Avenue in Journal Square. Dedicated in memory of Linda Guastini’s father, Samuel Russel Wilson Jr.


    • Mike + Doug Starn, BBMet_03.12.10_K0441, 2010, archival pigment print. You can see this work at 119 Newkirk in the stairwell. 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) 360-4006.


    • Mike + Doug Starn, BBMet_09.28.2010_S5137, 2010, Archival pigment print. You can see this work at 119 Newkirk in the stairwell. 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) 360-4006.


    • Mike + Doug Starn, BBMet_06.03.2010_S2257, 2010, Archival pigment print. You can see this work at 119 Newkirk in the stairwell. 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) 360-4006.


    • Mike + Doug Starn, BBB_10.19.09_90649, 2010, Archival pigment print. You can see this work at 119 Newkirk in the stairwell. 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) 360-4006.


    • William Wegman, 2nd and 3rd Steps, 1989, two gelatin silver prints. You can see this work at the North Hudson Welcome Center. 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) 360-4006.


    • William Wegman, B is for Baker, limited edition photographic print. You can see this work on the first floor of the HCCC Library Building on Sip Avenue in Journal Square. Donated by Dr. Glen Gabert in honor of Marcia Manke Friesen, through the HCCC Foundation Acquisition Program.


    • Isca Greenfield – Sanders, Sky Beach (Blue), 2004, Color Aquatint (edition of 30). This work is installed on the lower level of 119 Newkirk Street (Building I). 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) 360-4006.


    • Richard Segalman, Coney Island, 2008, aluminum print lithograph in six colors with three glazes. You can see this work at North Hudson on the fourth floor. Thank you to the Print Club of New York for the generous donation of this work.


    • W. Carl Burger, NJ Memories: Jersey City, 2004, watercolor. You can see this work on the first floor of 70 Sip Avenue. Given in memory of Ellen Bozza by her friends and family through the HCCC Foundation Acquisition Program.


    • Louis Eilshemius, Green Forest, ca. 1889, oil on canvas. 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. This work is installed on the first floor of the Journal Square Library Building.


    • Konrad, Adolph, Still Life with Shoe, You can see this work on the 4th floor of 70 Sip in the Mary T. Norton board room. Grateful acknowledgement is made to the Friends and Family of Frances T. Sansone who made possible framing and installation of this work, and to the Adolph Konrad Foundation for donating this work, through the HCCC Foundation Acquisition Program.


    • Tony Lordi, New York Window, 1990, mixed media. You can see this work on the first floor of 168 Sip Avenue. Grateful acknowledgment is made to the estate of Tony Lordi for the generous donation of this work.


    • Sister Mary of the Compassion, OP, Six untitled works, ca. 1970s. Clockwise from top center, red conte crayon image of Jesus, hand-colored lithograph of Madonna and Child, etching of Jesus, oil painting of St. Martin de Porres, black-and-white lithograph of Jesus, and three-color lithograph of St. Thomas Aquinas. These works demonstrating art made using different methods are part of the HCCC Foundation Heritage art collection, celebrating the artistic heritage of our local community. You can see these works on the 7th floor of North Hudson. Grateful acknowledgement is made to Clifford Brooks for the generous donation of these works.


    • Charles Kessler, Open Book, 1998. Acrylic on canvas on wood. Thank you to Charles Kessler for the generous donation of this work. The work is installed in the Makerspace in the Journal Square Library Building.


    • Laurie Riccadonna, Gardenias and Ladybugs, 2012. Watercolor and gouache on paper. Dedicated in honor of Dr. Joan Rafter. This work was presented by Dr. Rafter, who served as a distinguished member of the faculty from 1982 to 2014. This work is installed on the first floor of the Journal Square Library Building.


    • Carolina Martinez, Stacked, 2015. Graphite on paper work measuring 24” x 18”. Martinez is a 2016 HCCC Foundation Student Art Purchase Award winner.


    • Jean Paul Sandoval, Fishes & Needles, 2016. Painting (33” X 13”). Sandoval is a 2016 HCCC Foundation Student Art Purchase Award winner. This work is installed on the fifth floor of the Journal Square Library Building.


    • Emma Amos, Identity, 2006. Digital Print with hand lithography. Collaborator: John C. Erickson. This print was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The work is part of a portfolio called Femfolio, which is a historic publication bringing together twenty of the women artists who created the feminist revolution in art during the 1970s. Given by Deseree McFarlane through the HCCC Foundation Acquisition Program. This work is installed on the third floor of the Journal Square Library Building.


    • Eleanor Antin, Dance of Death, 2007. Digital Print. Collaborator: John C. Erickson. This print was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. You can see it installed on the 2nd floor of D building. This is part of a portfolio called Femfolio, which is a historic publication bringing together twenty of the women artists who created the feminist revolution in art during the 1970s. 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) 360-4006.


    • Nancy Azara, Broken Leaf, 2007. Digital print with pochoir and hand lithography. Collaborator: John C. Erickson. This print can be seen at the Welcome Center of North Hudson. The work is part of a portfolio called Femfolio, which is a historic publication bringing together twenty of the women artists who created the feminist revolution in art during the 1970s. This print was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. 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) 360-4006.


    • Lauren Ewing, For Magritte, 2007. Digital Print. Collaborator: John C. Erickson. This work is installed at the North Hudson Welcome Center. This print is part of a portfolio called Femfolio, which is a historic publication bringing together twenty of the women artists who created the feminist revolution in art during the 1970s. This print was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. 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) 360-4006.


    • Harmony Hammond, Double Elegy, 2007. Digital print and hand lithography. This work is installed in the Welcome Center at North Hudson. Collaborator: John C. Erickson. The print is part of a portfolio called Femfolio, which is a historic publication bringing together twenty of the women artists who created the feminist revolution in art during the 1970s. This print was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. 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) 360-4006.


    • Slyvia Sleigh, Douglas John and Ms. Smith, 2007. Digital print with hand lithography. Collaborator: John C. Erickson. This work is installed at the reception area of the faculty offices of the North Hudson Center.It is part of a portfolio called Femfolio, which is a historic publication bringing together twenty of the women artists who created the feminist revolution in art during the 1970s. This print was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. 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) 360-4006.


    • Nancy Spero, Maypole-War, 2007.Digital print with hand lithography. Collaborator: John C. Erickson. This print was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. It can be seen on the 3rd floor of 2 Enos Place. This is part of a portfolio called Femfolio, which is a historic publication bringing together twenty of the women artists who created the feminist revolution in art during the 1970s. 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) 360-4006.


    • May Stevens, The Band Played On, 2007. Digital print and hand lithography with gold dusting. This print is installed at the North Hudson Library. Collaborator: John C. Erickson. The work is part of a portfolio called Femfolio, which is a historic publication bringing together twenty of the women artists who created the feminist revolution in art during the 1970s. This print was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. 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) 360-4006.


    • Athena Tacha, Knots, 2007. Lithograph. Collaborator: John C. Erickson. This work is installed at the Welcome Center in North Hudson. The work is part of a portfolio called Femfolio, which is a historic publication bringing together twenty of the women artists who created the feminist revolution in art during the 1970s. This print was made at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. 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) 360-4006.

    • June Wayne, Zinc, Mon Amour, 2006

      June Wayne, Zinc, Mon Amour, 2006. Digital print. Collaborator: John C. Erickson. This work can be seen at the Welcome Center of North Hudson. This work is part of a portfolio calle Femfolio, which is a historic publication bringing together twenty of the women artists who created the feminist revolution in art during the 1970s. 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) 360-4006.

    • Martha Wilson, I Make Up the Image of My Perfection/I Make Up the Image of My Deformity, 2007

      Martha Wilson, I Make Up the Image of My Perfection/I Make Up the Image of My Deformity, 2007. Digital print. Collaborator: John C. Erickson. This work can be seen at the 2nd floor of 2 Enos Place. This print is part of a portfolio called Femfolio, which is a historic publication bringing together twenty of the women artists who created the feminist revolution in art during the 1970s. 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) 360-4006.

    • Denise Kasof, Bob’s Garden, 2009. Lithograph

      Denise Kasof, Bob’s Garden, 2009. Lithograph. Photo courtesy of EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop. Grateful acknowledgment is made to Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull for their generous donation of this work

    • Justin Sanz, Bob Blackburn, N.D.  Print

      Justin Sanz, Bob Blackburn, N.D. Print. Photo courtesy of EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop. Thank you to Benjamin J. Dineen and Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.

    • Louis Delsarte, Heaven and Earth, 1998

      Louis Delsarte, Heaven and Earth, 1998. Offset lithograph. This work is installed in the entryway to the CarePoint nursing program at 870 Bergen Avenue (the Cundari Building). Given in memory of Abraham Williams by Dr. Glen Gabert through the HCCC Foundation Acquisition Program.

    • Willie Cole, Men of Iron, 2004

      Willie Cole, Men of Iron, 2004. Digital print on Epson 9600 using Ultra Chrome archival inks. 22 x 29 in/ 56 x 74 cm. Image courtesy of Alexander and Bonin, New York. This work is installed on the third floor of the Journal Square Library Building. Thank you to Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.

    • Carmen Cartiness Johnson, Five Piece Band, 2012

      Carmen Cartiness Johnson, Five Piece Band, 2012. Mixed media on watercolor paper. Thank you to Carmen Cartiness Johnson for the generous donation of this work. This work is installed on the first floor of the Journal Square Library Building.

    • Curlee Raven Holton, Blind Spot II, 2003

      Curlee Raven Holton, Blind Spot II, 2003. Etching relief and screen print. Image courtesy of Yale University Art Gallery. This work is installed on the first floor of 870 Bergen, the Cundari Building, in the Nursing program. Thank you the Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.

    • Amelia Hankin, Black as Night, 2007

      Amelia Hankin, Black as Night, 2007. Screenprint. Thank you to Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.

    • Enid Mark, Rose, 2003

      Enid Mark, Rose, 2003. Offset Lithograph. Thank you to Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.

    • Amalia Mesa-Bains

      Amalia Mesa-Bains, Private Landscape / Public Territories, 1998. Lithograph with photograph chine-colle. This print is on view on the first floor of the Journal Square Library Building. Thank you to Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.

    • John Masi, Howard, 2012 C-print, digital image

      John Masi, Howard, 2012. C-print, digital image. This photograph is installed on the second floor of 2 Enos Place (J Building). Thank you to Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.

    • Leon Golub, The Heretic’s Fork, 1987. Lithograph

      Leon Golub, The Heretic’s Fork, 1987. Lithograph. Thank you to Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.


    • Matsumi Kanemitsu, Sorcerer’s Holiday, 1972. Lithograph. This work is installed in the student lounge area at the CarePoint Nursing program on the first floor of the Cundari Building at 870 Bergen. Thank you to Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.


    • David Salle, Untitled V from the series The Universe Mender (1990). Aquatint and etching. This work is installed on the fourth floor of the North Hudson Campus. Thank you to Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.


    • Bernard Jackson, Untitled (Slave Sculpture), 2000. Bonded Bronze Sculpture. Thank you to Robb and Jill Kushner for the generous donation of this work.


    • Mayumi Sarai, The Four Seasons, 2002. Spring: Wood Intaglio; Summer: Collograph; Autumn: Lithography and Woodcut; Winter: Embossing print on paper. Thank you to Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.


    • Craig McPherson, NY Water Tunnel, 2009. Mezzotint. Thank you the Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.


    • David Ambrose, Charlemagne’s Chapel, 2007. Single layer intaglio print from copper, printed in black. This print includes line etching, spit bite, and holes drilled in the plate with a power drill. Thank you to Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull for the generous donation of this work.


    • Nina Bovasso, Black Flowers with Rainbow Colors, 2006. Cotton base sheet with cotton pulp painting and screenprint, 18 x 24 inches. Edition of 100. 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.


    • James Siena, Two Perforated Combs, 2006. Stenciled pigmented linen on pigmented cotton base, 10 x 8 inches. Edition of 50. 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.

    The Hudson County Community College Foundation art collection, which includes artworks in media from painting and sculpture to photographs to American craft pottery and ephemera —reveals aspects of America’s and New Jersey’s rich artistic and cultural history from the Hudson River School period to today. In recent years, the College’s acquisition efforts have focused on strengthening its American and New Jersey modern and contemporary collections.

    Since 2006

    Since 2006, the HCCC Art Collection has grown to over 700 works. The collection includes works by major American artists and a strong, growing collection of emerging and established New Jersey artists including Arman, Richard Artschwager, Jo Baer, Will Barnet, Ricardo Barros, Mark Beard, David Beck, Siona Benjamin, Chakaia Booker, Daniel Buren, W. Carl Burger, John Cage, Elizabeth Catlett, Christo, Chuck Close, Willie Cole, Edward S. Curtis, Marcel Duchamp, Louis Eilshemius, Dahlia Elsayed, Larry Fink, Frank Gehry, April Gornik, Owen Kanzler, On Kawara, Rockwell Kent, Adolph Konrad, Joseph Kosuth, Hiroshi Kumagai, Valeri Larko, Hughie Lee-Smith, Barry Le Va, Sol LeWitt, Maya Lin, Robert Mangold, Sylvia Plimack Mangold, Reginald Marsh, Agnes Martin, Bruce Nauman, Don Nice, Claes Oldenburg, Yoko Ono, Gordon Parks, Jon Rappleye, Man Ray, Faith Ringgold, Ed Ruscha, Carolee Schneeman, Ben Shahn, Kiki Smith, Joan Snyder, Doug + Mike Starn, Myron Stout, Michalene Thomas, William Wegman, and Lawrence Weiner.

    Thanks to generous recent donors including Carol Adler, Matthew Beaulieu, Elizabeth Bogert, Vincent Bonito, Clifford Brooks, James A. Burns, Yuwoon Choi, Lois Corrigan, Ceasar Darias, Paul Dillon, Karen Fink, Dr. Eric Friedman, Marthalie Furber, Dr. Glen Gabert, Benjamin J. Dineen and Dennis C. Hull, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Emmalee Iden, Joanne Jaffe, Earl T. and Kathryn Kim, Dorothea Graham-King, David Krut, Michelle Laughlin, Fred Ken Lee, Joan and Christopher Madormo, Sister Carol Marie, O.P., Michael and Kathryn Marsico, Mariano D. Molina, Jennifer Nakanishi, Thomas and Norma Nathan, Suzanne C. Ouellette, Daniel Perez, the Print Club of New York, Nadia Rago, Gregory D. Ratcliff, Patricia Reilly, Goldman Sachs, Joseph Sansone, Adler Jarach Fund of Equity Foundation, Mr. Kiki Romero, the Estate of Arnold Rose, M.D., The Sperry Family, Jane St. Lifer, Judy Taylor, Ronald L. Threm, United Way of Hudson County, and many anonymous donors. The College is grateful for these gifts.  

    Inquires about Donating Funds to Purchase Artworks

    Donor generosity and the HCCC Matching Program for Donor Gifts for the Fine Arts makes this fine art collection possible. For every dollar a donor gives for art, the HCCC Foundation and the College each match that gift. To donate, please contact Joseph Sansone, Vice President for Development, Hudson County Community College Foundation, 70 Sip Avenue, 4th Floor, Jersey City, New Jersey 07306. Jsansone@hccc.edu, (201) 360-4006. The College also recently received over 100 art books.

    Inquires about Donating Artworks

    If you are an artist, collector, or dealer with artwork you wish to be considered by the College Foundation for acquisition, please follow the guidelines below. Do not submit original artwork, as the College cannot return items to senders.

    • Submit materials by mail or email only.
    • Include a letter of intent.
    • Send copies (no original artwork) of color printouts (approx. 8” x 10”) or a single CD, or email copies, with 300 dpi JPEG files.
    • Include, if possible, a biography, Curriculum Vitae (CV), artist’s statement, and press materials.

    Please send all unsolicited submissions to Andrea Siegel, Coordinator, HCCC Permanent Collection of Art, Hudson County Community College, 70 Sip Avenue, Room 423 c/o Ann Marie Frenche, Jersey City, New Jersey 07306, ASiegel@hccc.edu. If you have any questions, please call (201) 360-4007.

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