Walking Salon: Masters on Main Street’s Walk and Talk — Catskill NY.
Saturday, September 14, 10:30 AM, Catskill, NY. Arrive early, wearing good walking shoes, with umbrellas in hand in case of foul weather. This event begins with a bagels and coffee brunch hosted by interior designer & lighting specialist Bradford Ellis in … Continue reading
Fine Art in the Summertime
You don’t have to wait for “First Fridays” or “First Saturdays” to hit the galleries— indeed the best time to see art is on the days in between when you often have the galleries to yourself to really contemplate the … Continue reading
Fall for Art, the Jewish Federation of Ulster County’s 17th annual fundraiser.
Fall for Art, the Jewish Federation of Ulster County’s 17th annual fundraising art show, sale and cocktail reception, celebrates the work of 28 Hudson Valley artists working in a variety of mediums on Thursday, September 12, 2013, from 6pm to 9pm … Continue reading
“Screen Play: Hudson Valley Artists 2013″ at The Samuel Dorsky Museum
Screens, whether in hands, vehicles, or rooms, have become a nearly ubiquitous interface. In Screen Play, the annual exhibition of Hudson Valley Artists at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at the State University of New York at New Paltz, 15 … Continue reading
Artist Ann Agee to speak at The Kleinert/James Center For The Arts on Sunday, July 21
On Sunday July 21, renowned ceramicist and installation artist Ann Agee will present her work as part of the Artist Lectures series sponsored by the Kleinert/James Center for the Arts (Byrdcliffe). The presentation will take place at the Kleinert/James Center … Continue reading
The Drawing Galaxy
I have always loved drawings. Abstract drawings, especially. Consider that abstract drawings are analogous to prospecting for surprises. What could be more irresistible? As one who draws abstract forms, I like the directness and intrigue that beckons the moment hand and … Continue reading
Fields of Vision at the Samuel Dorsky Museum
The Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz is currently exhibiting the work of the university’s Art Department faculty. Carl Van Brunt, who was guest curator at the museum last year, has returned to curate this very diverse exhibition that … Continue reading
The Irish Are Here, Hide Your Food. Gerard Byrne and Sarah Pierce at CSS Bard
The Irish invasion has come to the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College (CCS Bard). Curator, writer, artist, educator and Dubliner, Paul O’Neill, has been named new director of the graduate program for its two-year Master of Arts program in … Continue reading