HOBOKEN, NJ - This Saturday, May 1, The Roig Collection will be opening their newest gallery—The Giving Gallery—in the heart of Hoboken’s main thoroughfare.
We are happy to announce our newest gallery opening this Saturday, May 1st on Washington Street in Hoboken,” said artist Ricardo Roig. “The W Hotel Gallery is continuing to thrive in its third year and we needed to find more wall space to show more work to the community.”
All pieces will be discounted 10% on Saturday, to allow collectors to donate their savings to a cause of their choice.
"Art has always been my way of connecting and through it, I have found all of you. We are just so grateful for all your love and encouragement to pursue this passion. I'm creating every day and continue to challenge my talents thanks to all you collectors.”
The new Washington Street Gallery offers a backyard for opening parties, collectors’ events, and will also be the home of Roig’s newest hand-cut stencil mural.
“We look forward to better times ahead and safely plan to have the art and this space to bring us all together again.”
The gallery isn’t the only new development officially announced by Ricardo & Michelle…
“We also make our contribution to the world by raising our children to be fair and good people. It's with grateful hearts that Michelle and I are about to meet our second baby boy any day now! Ricardito is so excited and has been caught playing with his little robot toy pretending it is his little brother already.”
Stop by 636 Washington Street anytime between 10 am - 4 pm to celebrate Roig’s expansion with champagne from Wine Dads and artisan doughnuts from Alfalfa. The Washington Street location will normally be open for Gallery Hours on Saturdays 10-4 PM & The W Gallery will continue to be open Fridays 12-4 PM & Sundays 10-4 PM - but both locations can be visited 7 days a week by appointment.
“We are very proud to welcome our newest team member Katy,” said Roig, “who has been so lovely connecting the Art with all of you!”
Ricardo added, “Thank you all for valuing the artwork and allowing me to make the most of my talent. We are so happy to continue to connect with you through your journeys as well in the art and in your inspired spaces.”
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