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Gallery and Studio: Spotlight Shining on Schoor

Artist and engineer Howard Schoor, the painter of what he terms “happy art,” characterizes his pieces as exemplars of the artistic style “Trianglism,” invented by the painter, as each piece includes at least, one triangle as a signature motif. He modestly states his art has no deeper meaning than to elicit delight in the viewer and that “it is what it is.”

Howard Schoor’s art is available for viewing at Montserrat until September 30, 2021

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Caravan NYC Interview

Abstract & Geometric Artist Howard Schoor speaks to “Spill the Tea” at Caravan NYC about his exhibitions in Chelsea Manhattan, Bungalounge at Pier Village, Hotel Tides in Asbury Park, and a new surprise for this Spring.

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Art Exhibit at Bunga Lounge

Art Exhibit at Bungalounge, Currently Featuring Work by Howard Schoor

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Jersey Shore Scene

“It’s a Schoor” is Howard Schoor’s latest art exhibition that was created to bring all pure happiness.

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Design New Jersey Design Magazine

Twelve pieces of artwork in a variety of colors and sizes of painted triangles has created a pleasurable experience to stop in at Hotel Tides and enjoy the moment and just be among the art.

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Montserrat Contemporary Art

Howard Schoor’s paintings are colorful in nature and showcase what his life’s work has been about, Trianglism. A professional engineer, he built and led one of the region’s largest engineering firms and worked with the triangle daily.

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The “Artnership” at Bell Works Fresh Take on Art in Public Spaces Proves the “Right” Take

Artist Howard Schoor’s Pop-Up Gallery & Studio, the “Metroburb,” Holmdel, New Jersey

Howard Schoor Art, LLC, and Bell Works were engaged in a first of its kind “Artnership” that lasted from May 15th 2019 through the Fall of 2019. The Artnership was conceived as a fresh take on art in public spaces, placing the working artist and his art in a dedicated space within Bell Works’ two million square foot Metroburb. After just two weeks, the artist and Bell Works began benefiting similarly from their unique collaboration….

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The “Artnership” – A Fresh Take on Art in Public Spaces

Bell Works and Howard Schoor Art today announced their collaboration—the “Artnership,” a fresh take on art in public spaces, is coming to Bell Works’ Holmdel, New Jersey, Metroburb May 15 to July 31. Whereas traditional art in public spaces often amounts to little more than art or sculpture affixed to a building or displayed in a common area, the Artnership places art and the artist in the building’s interior space and its atmospheric culture. The experience of art in public spaces is elevated….

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Artist Howard Schoor Debuts “Little Gems” Series

Asbury Park Artist Howard Schoor today announced the addition of 44 new paintings to his vast body of Trianglist artwork. The “Little Gems” series offers small format original paintings, ranging in sizes 5” x 5” to 16” x 12”, as an adjunct to Schoor’s larger pieces. Priced $150 to $250, the Little Gems were created with new and budding art collectors in mind.

“I wanted to make my ‘happy art,’ and art in general, more accessible to more people,” Schoor explained….

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Jersey Shore Scene – Meet Abstract Artist Howard Schoor

By Tracey Hall 

Meeting Howard Schoor was a unique experience in many ways. The first impression was  before we actually met as I entered the building. 603 Mattison Ave, the former Asbury Park Press building, exactly the place where I began my career many years ago. The old girl has been transformed into a thriving hub of businesses, exactly like the town she sits in.

Howard’s studio is up on the third floor and filled with his art, blank canvases, colors, a drafting table and of course, triangles….

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