A SERIES OF ART PARTIES IN MONMOUTH COUNTY
Please note that all individual tickets are nonrefundable.
RESIDENCE OF NELSON KUPERBERG & DR. DAVID GIFFLER
JUNE 2, 2023
FREEHOLD -- Join us on Friday, June 2nd, to tour the 19th-century Freehold home of Nelson Kuperberg and Dr. David Giffler. Built by George Taylor in 1870, the magnificent, buttercup yellow house is a picture-perfect expression of French Second Empire architecture, sometimes referred to as the wedding cake style, that was popular in America during this time. You’ll find collections of museum-inspired objects and artwork, everyday knick-knacks, and vintage family photographs. Drawing inspiration from history, movies, and theater, Nelson’s personal design touch offers much to be admired throughout the dramatic rooms and winding hallways. A walk through this eclectic home will leave you discovering new things in every secret nook and cranny.
RESIDENCE OF VICTORIA REIS & BRIAN BAKER
JULY 14, 2023
NEPTUNE TOWNSHIP -- Victoria Reis and Brian Baker welcome Monmouth Arts’ Roaming Art House guests into their Neptune Township 1930 Dutch Colonial home on Friday, July 14 to experience an eclectic collection of contemporary art in a variety of mediums. A reflection of this dynamic couples’ innovations within the visual arts field and music industry, featured artwork includes photography by Bob Gruen, visionary folk art by R.A. Miller, and an extensive mix of paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures and photography by internationally based artists who have been a part of Transformer, the Washington, DC based non-profit organization Reis founded in 2002 and continues to propel.
WHAT IS ROAMING ARTHOUSE?
Roaming ArtHouse is a series of art parties that feature the different homes and art collections of Monmouth County residents throughout the year to benefit Monmouth Arts. Every Roaming ArtHouse includes a tour of the art collection, libations & appetizers, and a musical performance. This series appeals to all types of art lovers in the community, from local artists to realtors to collectors. It provides a unique opportunity to gather in an intimate setting to celebrate a common thread while raising funds for an important cause. Check below to see which residences are featured next. Detailed information about each home is available through the ticket link, and addresses will be disclosed with purchase confirmation. Monmouth Arts members receive a discount on each ticket.
RED BANK, NJ
The Grant home embodies a blending of antiques with newer elements, creating the joyful atmosphere of a most welcoming living space, encompassing the time-honored wedding adage, ”something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.”
OCEAN GROVE, NJ
Bob Ellis’ 1925 house is a visual cacophony of street, folk, and outsider art with a mix of whimsy that blends into a welcoming and eclectic collection.
RED BANK, NJ
Experience a range of history in this c.1900 home, from an original Picasso to the eyeglasses of Ella Fitzgerald!
The Honecker collection is a combination of inherited treasures, personal works, and international finds.
The Hagberg’s collection is a fun and eclectic mix of styles and time periods that work together to reinforce their belief in owning what you like to look at every day.
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ
The Andreach residence has utterly distracting views of Sandy Hook and the New York City skyline. The paintings in their home were created from its water views by Lauren, an award-winning oil painter.
MONMOUTH BEACH, NJ
Built in 1890 and restored to its original glory, art is everywhere from the moment you enter this home!