Art Exhibit Featuring Andrea Kroenig & David Ribyat

Our latest exhibit features the unique talents of two Hoboken artists Andrea Kroenig & David Ribyat

Andrea Kroenig: Artist, chemist, vegan, traveler has lived in Hoboken for over 10 years. Her latest work was inspired by The Women’s Protest March, NYC

“Using photos I took while marching in 2018 and 2019, I’ve been experimenting to combine my love for black & white photography and portrait painting with dry pastels. I’ve developed this hand-painted pastel photo technique to create images that communicate the strength of the female spirit.”

Tee-Shirts: Andrea has designed her special, locally-printed “Explosive” tee-shirt and made them available for sale. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Women’s March.

David Ribyat: A self-taught artist and long-time resident of Hoboken. His work is biographical. He is a musician, actor, was a dog walker one summer and is a student of Buddhism. He makes sculptures out of junk, and works mostly with latex paint. His cafe and bar paintings came from sketches he made while enjoying a cold beer at his favorite pubs or drinking coffee at local cafes. Many of his other works came from his own photographs.

Meet The Artists

Stop by on Thursday December 12, 2019 6:30PM – 9:00PM and meet the artists. Our kitchen will be open, serving up the best sandwiches in town with special party discounts. As always, this will be an alcohol-free event, so bring the kids!

Annual Holiday Sock Drive

We’re also asking for guests to bring a donation of a pack of new, unopened sweat socks for the Hoboken Shelter. It is a constant need. Because many spend most of their days walking, the homeless put socks through more wear in a week than most people do in a year. For a list of what else they need, go to

Supporting The Arts
As always, D’s Soul Full Cafe does not take any money from our artists. Any proceeds from art or music sold go directly to them.