The “Seldom Scenes” exhibition at the Athens Cultural Center will open on Saturday evening, September 21 at 6 – 8 pm with a reception catered by Relish and featuring Harpist Jim Davis.
Responding to a visual call for unusual and off the beaten track natural phenomena, the human experience, and obscure locales and structures within the Hudson Valley, forty photographers submitted over one hundred images captured within six river-bordering counties.
Jurors, photographer Thomas Teich and painter James Cramer were charged with selecting the works. This show will display how the twenty-three photographers chosen responded. Will you, the viewer, recognize the locations? Be inspired to explore a never seen scenic spot existing nearby or not too far away? Organizer Nora Adelman conceived of “Seldom Scenes” as a challenge not just to photographers but to viewers as well.
The photographers showing in “Seldom Scenes” are Nora Adelman, Bob Braine, Lee Courtney, Donn Critchell, Anita DeFina Hadley, John Diehle, Francis X. Driscoll, Robert Haggerty, Del Higgins, David Jeffery, Bruce LaPierre, Robert Lipgar, Dan McCormack, Jim Molloy, Estelle Nadler, Robert Near, Fred Neudoerffler, Rob Rondon, Jim Flosdorf, Linda Stipe, Linda Tommasulo, John Verner and Tom Vincent.
“Seldom Scenes” will be open Fridays, 5-8 pm and Saturdays and
Sundays, 1-4 pm and 5-8 pm through Saturday, October 26.
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**This event is made possible (in part) with public funds from the Decentralization Program of the New York State Council on the Arts administered through the Community Arts Program by the Greene County Council on the Arts.
WAAM member Robert Lipgar has two photographs In “Seldom Scenes”, opening reception Sept 21, 6 – 8 pm
WAAM member Carol Pepper-Cooper at the Howland Cultural Center, Opening Reception Sat October 5, 3 – 5 pm ›