Stroll Through The Hood – November 2015

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in Stroll Through The Hood

I traveled most of this month but still had some fun time strolling through my hood. It is unusually warm for November and so sitting outside and getting happy doggies jump onto your lap and greeting you is something that can happen. The pic makes me laugh- you can barely see where the dog starts and ends 😉


A lot of new street art was happening during November- here is a work in progress by Shepard Fairey again. I guess he likes J.C. :)


And here is another one in progress- I will try to make sure to post pictures of the finished work next month.


Below is a fun pigs in space graffiti by my friend Sam Pullin aka Bed Bugs in Love – love it! I also often say “if pigs could fly” …


Mana Contemporary had an Open Studio day – perfect time to goof around there with some friends …sorry but …cannot take everything art related too serious 😉


In front of Mana was this awesome new mural by How and Nosm


And last – this made me crack up when I was crossing the street and looked up – by @sean9lugo – super fun!


I love that there is so much street art is happening in Jersey City – it makes me excited to walk around everyday even if it is for normal errands like going to the supermarket and keeping an eye open if there is something new happening that might inspire me.

Hope you liked the stroll!

Have a gorgeous week



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Holiday Market in Jersey City, NJ – Dec. 6th, 2016

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in General Announcements


THE JERSEY CITY PROJECT celebrates its second anniversary with Project: MARKET on December 5th & 6th, 2015. I am super excited that I will be there with some of my original artwork but also my artwork as giclee prints, 2016 calendars, purses, and fridge magnets.

The heated outdoor market is located in the Historic Downtown section of Jersey City, NJ and will act as a kick-off to the holiday shopping season highlighting local, celebrating seasonal, and encouraging economic growth amongst small businesses. Melding an old-world bazaar aesthetic with elements from popular culture, the market is not unlike the downtown area where it’s located – a burgeoning neighborhood rich with history and ripe with new development.

If you are in the area – come on by and visit us – behind the City Hall just a 5 mins walk from the Grove Street Path Station! I would love to see you!



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Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in General Announcements


To all my American Friends a Happy Thanksgiving and to you and all my Readers Around The World:

Thank you ! I am grateful to have you and all your comments and emails always make me super happy!

Huge hugs



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  • Mandy Collins


    Thank you Nat for all that you bring to the crafting community through the year


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