Exhibits

Please email me any current or upcoming exhibits that you’d like everyone to know about.  Don’t forget address, date and time of the opening, and the duration of the show.  Send email to: info@woodstockart.org

 

NYC NIGHT - Sharon Rousseau

NYC NIGHT – Sharon Rousseau

The 2013 Woodstock Artists Association Holiday Show

The Holiday Show 11/10 – 12/31 Main Gallery

 Great opportunity to purchase work by WAAM member artists for holiday gift giving. Everything on view is on sale for $500 or less. Many great pieces are available for much less.

Exhibiting Artists:

Jane Bloodgood-Abrams,
Gertrude Abramson, Bruce Ackerman
Eric Angeloch, J.H. Aronson, Susan Asarian Nickerson
Loel Barr, Ed Berkise, Barbara Berlind
Kristy Bishop, Miriam Bisceglia, Bobby Blitzer, Josephine Bloodgood,
Elizabeth Broad, Mandara Calderon, Mercedes Cecilia
Mari-Claire Charba, Diane Christi, Rosalyn Z. Clark
Carey Conaway, David Morris Cunningham
Frank D’Astolfo, Shelley Davis, Elizabeth DeHaven
Penny Dell, E. S. DeSanna, Margaret de Soleil
Bonnie Carlson Diana, Lynne Digby, Ken Dreyfack, Janet Lee Dow
Yale Epstein, Mary Anne Erickson, Michael Espositio
Paulette Esrig, Michael Fattizzi, Howard Finkelson
Steve Fineman, Stacie Flint, J. Homer R. Foster
Reidunn Fraas, Linda Freaney, Lynne Friedman
Angela Gaffney-Smith, Judith Gerrard, Patti Gibbons
Gail Giles, Judy Glasel, Bob Glassman, Dan Goldman
Howard Goldson, Jeffrey Gould, Katherine Gray
Calvin Grimm, Tor Gundmunson, Laura Gurton
Christine Hales, Marilyn Hauser, Catherine Hazzard
Marianne Heigemeir, Franz Heigemeir
Michael Henrich, Peter Heller, Martha Hill
Vivienne Hodges, Pat Horner, Carol Hornig
Hatti Iles, Annette Jaret, Michael Joyce, Laura Katz
Mary Katz, Mark Kessler, Pat Kelly, Lenny Kislin
John Kleinhans, Anthony Krauss, Gretchen Langheld
Lucy Lasky, Polly M. Law, Gay Leonhardt
Lois Linet, Robert Lipgar, Harriet Livathinos, Penelope Levine
Patrick F. Loughran, Dolores Lynch, Maralyn Master
Lorna Massie, Edward Martin, Susan McCarthy
Dan McCormack, Alan McKnight, Elin Menzies, Friedrike Merck
Linda Miller, Wilma Miller, Erica Minglis, Pat Mooney
Joy Moore, Michelle Moran, Art Murphy
Vince Natale, Jennifer E. Neff, Susan J. Neff
Basha Ruth Nelson, Paula Nelson,
Ze’ev Willy Neumann, Joyce Nicol, Stephen Niccolls
Petra Nimtz, Sandra Nystrom, Mirav Ozeri
Bryan Perrin, Susan Phillips, Karen Riedener
Christine Riecke, Sharon Rousseau, Marilyn Rowley
Leah Rubenstein, Lucette Runsdorf, Susan Sammis
David Sarlin, Angela P. Schapiro, Sandra Scheuer
Jeffrey Schiller, Lois Schnakenberg, Istar Schwager
Sam Scoggins, Robert Selkowitz, Patricia Seminara
Nanette Shapiro, Sandra Palmer Shaw, Rita Sherry
Roberta Sickler, Julie Sitney, Susan Sommer
Loren Standlee, Eleanor Steffen, Clara Steinzor
Carol Struve, Maria Sultan, Nancy Summers
Fran Sutherland, Barbara Tepper Levy, Llyn Towner
David Troy, Barbara Velazquez, Karl J. Volk, Rob Wade
Peter Wallach, Claudia Waruch, Leslie Waxtel
Sylvia Ruth Weinberg, Karen Whitman
Marlene Wiedenbaum, Lisa Williams, Marcie Woodruff
Ian Worpole, Peg Wright, Iris York, Jean Young, Manizhe Zahedi

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Paintings by Elin Menzies

Raised by Wolves and Other Interspecies Connections

May 12 – June 10, 2012 –  Opening Reception in the Solo Gallery

Courtauda Finds Lulu & Lola, 2012, oil on board

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Sandra Nystrom has a whole collection of paintings up at The Catamount Restaurant in Mt Tremper hanging now through the Fall. “Looks pretty cool and I am quite excited about this opportunity”. Restaurant hours everyday except Thursday with Dinner from 5-10 pm, 4-5 Happy Hour, telephone # 845-688-2828.

Strength in Threes Sandra Nystrom
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Llyn Towner on Artists Wanted Times Square Billboard Opportunity
Finisterre

Viewers will collect their favorite artists and help decide who will be displayed on the massive billboards of Times Square this summer, so share your portfolio with friends, family and colleagues using e-mail, Facebook, Twitter and other social networking tools, and get your fan club to collect your works today!

Just follow this checklist and you’ll be on your way to being the star of New York City’s most brilliant art exhibition:

+ Show off your profile with the share buttons on your profile
+ Encourage the people you know to spread the word about your entry to their friends

+ Have your friends hit the (*) icon to collect you
+ The more collections you get into, the better your chances of winning
+ Get collected 7 times to be viewable in the public judging
+ Get collected 77 times and you get a premium entry

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A.B.C. Artists Group

Artist’s  breakfast and conversation group.

An Exhibition in a variety of media at the Ulster Savings Bank in Gardiner, N.Y.

May 18 thru June 28 – Opening reception on May 18 from 12 noon til 2 p.m.

This group of 10 artist friends have been meeting for breakfast over many years. They network and provide support  for each other’s work. Presenting a diversity of expression in the visual arts, this show will feature that diversity. Following is a selection from each artist describing their own work.

Carol Pepper- Cooper: My work, which includes painting, pastel and stained glass, creates lyrical worlds which are meditations on what it feels for me to flow in and out of dreams.

Stacie Flint: My playful and vibrantly colorful paintings, use a controlled and lively brush to explore the relationship of life’s everyday limits with life’s expansive joy.

Katherine Gray:  I am inspired by the beauty of  nature, especially trees and rocks.I strive to find an interesting composition and transform the beauty and complexity of nature in my paintings.

Barbara Gordon: I am both an abstract and figurative painter working in oil and other media on canvas. My work is experimental and intuitive. The local landscape and changing seasons seen from my studio barn in Accord, greatly influence my work.

Trina Greene:  Though I spend most of my efforts as a sculptor, I also like the power of line. These drawings from the Boothbay Botanical Gardens, Maine, felt to me like lassoing plants with elegant line and color.

Dorothy Hellerman: As I  work with oil, pastel or acrylic and collage, the world outside ceases to exist. My reality becomes only color, shapes, natural and human forms, transposing through my senses onto my canvases.

Lois Linet: My paintings, works on paper and photography give voice to emotions and thoughts that may be just below the surface or deeply buried. Seeing without preconceived notion of how things should look, I encounter the richness and beauty of natural patterns created by wind , water, air and the passage of time.

Basha Ruth Nelson:  My art is an intuitive process. I partner with the materials, forming and folding them to create 2 or 3 dimensional art works that outwardly express my inner thoughts and feelings.

Lois Schnackenberg: In composing the work “Autumn Table”, I tilted the far end of the table upward in order to highlight the interplay of the various objects in the composition.

Vindora Wixom: Creating paintings out of oil, pastels, encaustics, as well as sculptures of copper and brass wire, felt and a variety of textiles, my work is eclectic, sometimes quirky and always infused with a creative enthusiasm.

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Opening Reception Saturday May 12, 4-6 pm
Artists selected by Juror David Ross, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Museum.
Once the selected work is delivered to WAAM, Ross will choose artists for four cash prizes totaling $1,250 including The Arthur Harris Award Best in Show, the Nicholas Buhalis Award for Artistic Excellence in Abstract/Figurative or Figurative Work, the Sam Spanier Award for Works on Paper, and the Kate Mariel Diana Award for Landscape Painting. Prize winners to be announced at the Opening on Saturday.
Loel Barr
Ryan Cronin
Tracy Deer
Stephen Dickens
Jacqueline Etling
Scott Gillis
Norm Magnusson

Congratulations to the exhibiting artists:

Gertrude Abramson, Loel Barr, David Bender, Jane Bloodgood-Abrams, Peter Bynum, Christine Car, Steve Carver, Ryan Cronin, Robert Cullinane, David Morris Cunningham, Deborah Davidovits, Tracy Deer, Stephen Dickens, Susan English, Jacquelyn Etling, Marcy Freedman, Scott Gillis, Tessa Grundon, Laura Gurton, Lynn Herring, Thomas Huber, Annette Jaret, Matt Kinney, Kirsten Kucer, Allyson Levy, Norm Magnusson, Lowell Miller, Steve Rossi, Susan Sammis, James Westwater
Wendy Ide Williams and Junko Yamada.

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Also opening on Saturday Small Works Show, juried by Monica Church
and
Alex Kveton, Sculptor, Active Member Wall
and
Woodstock Elementary 2nd Grade in the YES Gallery

Works inspired by Lenny Kislin

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WAAM Member Laura Gurton Curates

MICROMORPHIC – Opening Reception at Kleinert/James Center for the Arts

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Student art exhibit at Woodstock School of Art

Before David Rothenberg’s presentation, you might want to catch the the Student show at the Woodstock School of Art. The work of many WAAM members who take classes at the WSA will be on view. The exhibit opens at 3pm. Then dash back to the WAAM Event which starts at 4 pm.

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After David’s beautiful presentation, head down to Varga Gallery’s opening at 6pm for the next group show Birds of a Feather

Featuring SOLO EXHIBITION “Dream Birds, Spirit Birds”
by Photographer JULIE SITNEY

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Recent Oils and Graphic Novel Pages by Valerie Owen at Art Upstairs, Phoenicia

Opening reception Saturday April 21st 6 – 10 pm

Art Upstairs, 60 Main Street, Phoenicia, NY 12464

Exhibit ends May 13th

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 Lois Linet:

A Visual Feast May 6 through May 29

Opening reception Sunday May 6th 1 – 3 pm

Diptych Lois Linet

One of several drawings in the Group show of paintings, drawings and photographs with Virginia Giordano, Jennifer Leighton and Lois Linet

At the highly recommended Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal Street, Ellenville, NY 845 647 3000

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Lois Linet

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Franz Heigemeir

Progressions – a selection of paintings from 1975 to the present

the Bank changed my opening reception from Saturday, June 16,
to Friday, June 15, 2-5 pm –  Franz

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WAAM Opening Saturday April 14th 4 – 6 pm

Opening Reception

Annual Active Members Show

Non-Juried. Open to currently paid, Active Members only. All media, 1 piece only, Size limit 9 square feet. Pieces replaceable if sold. Hanging Fee: $10
Sheila Getty Bloodgood Award ($100)
Holland Foster Award ($100)

Solo Show: Stephen Niccolls

Argo Stephen Niccolls

Founders Gallery: Small Works Show
Jurors: Jonathan Talbot and Scott Broadfoot.

Talbot has exhibited at The National Academy and MoMA.
Broadfoot is a gallerist in NYC and New Jersey.
Lucile Blanch Award ($100)

Active Member Wall: E.S. DeSanna

YES Gallery: Woodland Playhouse Student Art Exhibit.

Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, 28 Tinker Street, Woodstock, 679-2940

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Sunday April 15th 2:00 pm Artists Talk

Abstract painter, Stephen Niccolls will discuss his paintings on view in his solo show at Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, 28 Tinker Street, Woodstock, 679-2940

See a selection of Niccolls’ work from his website: Stephen Niccolls Portfolio Local Artists

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Oriole9 restaurant is presenting its 50th monthly art show with an
opening reception on Saturday, April 14th, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Featured will be Peter Kricker with his realistic photos that become almost abstract through his eyes,

and Yvonne Gunner with her wonderful series of clouds over the Ashokan reservoir photos.

All shows are curated by Lenny Kislin. The restaurant is located at 17 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY. For more info call (845) 679-8117.

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George Ballantine & WAAM member Robert Selkowitz 90th Birthday Party Opening at 768 main in Margaretville, on the occasion of George Ballantine’s 90th birthday 4 – 6 pm.

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The Arts Upstairs Phoenicia The April show is “Nobody’s Fool” Neither am I. Special featured solo room artists are Valerie Owen and Morgan Metalworks. Opening deception party and pot-luck feast (bring something good to share) Saturday, April 21 6-9 PM at 60 Main Street, Phoenicia. Call 845-688-2142 or visit The Arts Upstairs
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MICROMORPHIC: Opening May 5, 4 – 6 pm Byrdcliffe Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, Woodstock

Curated by WAAM member, Laura Gurton

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Dear Gallery Friends:

A gentle reminder of our special* Meet-The-Artists Reception & Talk this weekend at the galleries!

* A Lively/unusual/creative/panel discussion we call “Artists Being Artists”

Saturday, March 31, 4:00–6:30pm; Talk starts at 5pm; reception before and after.

Moderated by “15: Ulster County Artists” exhibit co-curator Peter Wallace and featuring
the following artists from that current exhibition: Leslie Bender, Polly M. Law, Lenny Kislin,
Kate McGloughlin, Meredith Rosier, Christie Scheele, Judy Sigunick & Anique Taylor.

This is a spectacular, must see, exhibit celebrating our 15th year in the Hudson Valley!

Come upstairs for the Reception & viewing SMALL WORK from this major exhibition:
UPSTAIRS GALLERIES, 22 East Market Street, Suite 301, Rhinebeck.

The TALK & LARGE WORK from the show will be in our beautiful shared space,
ASFA@ Prudential Serls Prime Properties, 6384 Mill Street (Route 9) in Rhinebeck,
just across from The Beekman Arms and around the corner from the UPSTAIRS GALLERIES.

If you have received this email in error, please ask to be unsubscribed. Thank you for your consideration!

See you at the galleries!
Albert Shahinian, Director
845-876-7578
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On the Exhibits Page:

Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild – Opening at the Kleinert/James gallery this Saturday March 31 4 – 6 pm

MARK 11
Curated by Mark Thomas Kanter.

An exhibition of 31 pre-selected artists from disparate disciplines, presents an intrinsic problem to the curator: how to find coherence amongst widely differing work? In the case of this group exhibition from the artist-participants in the New York Foundation for The Arts’ “MARK 2011-Woodstock” program, a show which includes Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, Photography, Video and Installation, it was easy. What ties these distinctive artists together is the remarkably deep involvement each clearly has with their own artistic process, and the high level of discovery each has made through an intrepid exploration of their particular medium. Read more…

The artists in the exhibition are: Jane Bloodgood-Abrams, Jean Campbell, Amy Cheng, Anna Cinquemani, Karen Davis. Jamie Lyn Davis, Tom DeLooza, Thorsten Dennerline, Ginger Ertz, Ray Felix, Michael Forster Rothbart, Yoram Gelman, Shanti Grumbine, Mark Thomas Kanter, Polly Law, Carmen Lizardo, Sarah Anderson Lock, Brian Lynch, Nathan Meltz, Kelly Merchant, Steven Millar, Gilbert Plantinga, Stephen Reynolds, Aide Russell, Anne Seelbach, Barbara Smith, Keiko Sono, Lindsay Stern, Linda Stillman, Suzy Sureck, Alex Young.

Exhibition Dates: March 30 – April 29, 2012, with the Opening Reception on Saturday, March 31, 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Location: BYRDCLIFFE Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, 36 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY
Gallery Hours: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 12:00 – 6:00 pm

Link to Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild web page

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An Artists’ Reception To Raise Funds for Ulster County United Way is happening this Sat March 24th from 1-5pm in the Emerson Conference Room Galleries. The work of local artists, Catherine Sebastian, Sylvia Weinberg*, Anique Taylor and Sandra Nystrom* will be on display and the artists have also offered pieces to be given as raffle prizes with proceeds likewise benefitting the Ulster County United Way. Five raffle tickets for $10 includes a $25 voucher for the Emerson Spa. DM Weil is generously donating the featured prize, a giclee worth over $1,000! So come meet the artists and help raise money for our local United Way!

Emerson on Facebook link

* WAAM members

The Emerson Resort and Spa, Mt. Tremper (emersonresort.com) on this Saturday, March 24th between 1-5 pm for an art opening of an exhibit of several Hudson Valley artists: . The show is being held in the West Conference room and will be up for just one week. 

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Occupy Catskill and the “Wall Street to Main Street” art extravaganza

Posted by Paul Smart on March 16, 2012 in ArtCommunityEvents · 3 Comments

– Catskills Plans Citywide OWS Art Project: The Catskill Mountains will be playing host to a series of exhibitions of commissioned art by Occupy Wall Street activists and local artists. Part of a city-wide initiative called “Wall Street to Main Street,” the three-month-long political art event is an effort to attract tourists and spur artist-activated economic development. (courtesy ArtInfo)

“Among highlights coming together for the three-month exhibition, as of presstime, were a show of prints and documentary works by leading contemporary artists at BRIK Gallery, curated by new Catskill resident Geno Rodriguez, founder and director of New York City’s influential Alternative Museum of the 1980s and 1990s; an exhibit of proposed sustainable structures from the Buckminster Fuller Institute; an Occupy Books salon and reading room; a Time’s Up Energy Bike, direct from Zuccotti Park; Mark Read’s projections (remember that 99 percent Bat-Signal thing splashed against the Verizon Building last fall?) and even an augmented reality app for smartphones and tablets that will enable audiences to view an opening-day guided tour of Main Street, developed by Mark Skwarek and his students from New York University.

There will be symposia, film screenings, concerts, workshops, classes, therapy sessions and plenty of discussion on a continuous basis through the WS2MS closing at the end of May. There is even a temporary museum being called the People’s Collection set up for late-arriving art, artifacts, objets d’art and commentary, to launch in April, plus more happenings spinning off all of the energy on an almost-daily basis.”

Opening-day exhibits take place this Saturday, March 17 from 2 to 5 p.m., with a party at BRIK Gallery, located at 473 Main Street, from 5 to 8 p.m. For more information on Occupy with Art and Arts and Culture, visit http://artsandculture.nycga.net, http://www.occupywithart.com, http://occupymuseums.org and http://artsandlabor.org. For more on the Masters on Main Street program, and full Wall Street to Main Street information, call 845) 943-3400  or check out http://www.greenearts.org. See you at the barricades! (Courtesy Woodstock Times)

See complete article in the Almanac:

Woodstock Times: Almanac

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WATER a Regional Show Juried by Portia Munson

Frozen River Channel – Carla Goldberg

March 9 – April 20 Opening Friday March 9, 6 – 8 pm VAN 265

MUROFF KOTLER Visual Arts Gallery,

Suny Ulster, Ulster County Community College, 491 Cottekill Road, Stone Ridge, NY 12484

Gallery hours: M-F 11 – 3 or call (845) 687 5113

Some of the many WAAM artists exhibiting in this show: Josephine Bloodgood, Kari Feuer, Reidunn Frass, Pat Horner, Lenny Kislin, Harriet Livathinos, Kate McGloughlin, Elin Menzies,  Meredith Rosier, Karl. G. Volk, Marlene Weidenbaum, Linda Weintrub, Iris York and other locals including Nancy Azara, Darla Bjork and Frank Palaia.

If I have missed you (the print on the card is tiny!) please add your name in a comment or email me and I will update the post.

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ASK (Arts Society of Kingston) also Opening Saturday March 3

Coming up on March 3 will be the opening reception of “Journeys” by Nathan Milgrim, and the ASK Premiere Juried Exhibition between 5-8 P.M. These shows will stay up through the end of March, so be sure to come in while they last.
Best in Show: Taking Notice of the Day (mixed) Steven Jagoda
Two Runners Up:
Floating Turquoise (oil) Deirdre Leber
The Negotiation (oil) Elin Menzies
Click on link for more information:

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New Show at KMOCA Views From the Edge

Kingston Museum of Contemporary Art,
103 Abeel Street, Kingston, New York

 Recent works by Kenny Cole, Ryan Cronin, David Gordon, Nathan Meltz.

Kenny Cole presents a series of gouache drawings which include text from an interview he did with El Fadel Arbab (an activist who grew up in Darfur before finding his way to the U.S.) Cole’s work has been featured in numerous shows and is viewable in the online Flat Files of Pierogi 2000. Originally from the Hudson Valley, Cole was educated at Pratt, and currently lives in an old farm house in Maine.

Ryan Cronin presents works on a variety of boards (including at least one snowboard) using Rust-Oleum paint. A fan of Philip Guston, Cronin has been featured in shows across America, ranging from Chelsea to Asbury Park to Los Angeles to Miami. Born “in the front seat of a station wagon,” Cronin lives in New Paltz.

David Gordon will presenting a bunny with a gun and other images a bit edgier than the ones featured in the children’s books he writes and illustrates. He lists his interests as “any and all machines, particularly trucks and construction equipment.” Educated at Parsons and New York Academy, previous shows include MoMA’s “Pixar: 20 Years of Animation.” Originally from Colorado, Gordon lives in NYC, which he loves for the energy, art community, and museums.

Nathan Meltz presents a six-minute animation as well as prints on paper. Influences range from Dada artist John Heartfield, to stop-motion animation pioneer Ray Harryhausen. Meltz’s work has been featured in numerous video art festivals as well as on the WMHT series, “TV/Film.” His prints have been featured in publications including Paper Politics. Originally from Wisconsin, Meltz currently resides in Troy.

Views From the Edge continues at KMOCA through March 31.

KMOCA is open on Saturdays 12 – 4, or by appointment.

Kingston Museum Of Contemporary Arts, 103 Abeel Street

http://www.kmoca.org

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ANNUAL MEMBERS’ SHOW – “100% Byrdcliffe


Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild’s annual eclectic exhibition, showcasing the inspiring work of our artist members, in all media and methods.

Exhibition Dates: March 2 – March 25, 2012, with the Opening Reception on Saturday, March 3, 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Location: BYRDCLIFFE Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, 36 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY 
Gallery Hours: Saturday and Sunday, 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

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The Arts Upstairs : Group and solo shows, ongoing, openings each month.

If you are interested in showing in one of the two solo rooms this month (or in the future)  please call or send email request with images to: info@artsupstairs.com

60 Main Street, Phoenicia   845-688-2142   info@artsupstairs.com

February 11 – March 4 Main Gallery: Recent Work, Founders Gallery: Small Works, Solo Gallery: Thomas Teich, Active Member Wall: Franz Heigemeir, Youth Exhibition Space: Students from Woodstock Elementary and Woodstock Day School,Towbin Museum Wing: Case Studies: George Ault, Marion Greenwood and Ezio Martinelli.

Recent Work juror, Ed Smith, is a  Guggenheim Fellow in Sculpture and Drawing and an Associate of the Royal British Society of Sculptors, Professor of Art at Marist College and Director of the Venice Biennale Program at Marist.

Smith says of his work, “I use drawing to help discover and articulate sculptural images. By doing hundreds of drawings I “find” these images.” His work is currently on view in the exhibition “Ed Smith – Small Gods and Heroes”, at Lasell College in Newton, MA.

Ed presented a drawing from his recent work, Beggars of Venice to the WAAM Permanent Collection in honor of Barbara Gordon & Richard Schlesinger who related to the artist in making arrangements for his very successful talk last Sunday at WAAM.

The drawing is currently hanging on the wall behind the reception desk at WAAM, not the best place for a photograph by this amateur but here it is, reflections and all and followed by an image of the drawing photographed from the projection screen which Ed showed during his talk.

The following artists received awards:

Alan McKnight  “Acorns and the Oak”,  Watercolor, Harriet Tannin Award

Marilyn Rowley “Jazz”, Handmade Paper, Honorable Mention

Steven Niccolls  “Swell”, Oil/canvas, Honorable Mention

Agnes Tomaselli  “Triton’s Trumpet”, Ceramic, Honorable Mention

The Small Works show, downstairs in the Founders’ Gallery was juried by Nancy Azara, noted artist working in carved, assembled and painted wood, whose sculpture and collages have been exhibited throughout the US.

Nancy Azara “Lonely Leaf”, carved/painted wood, aluminum leaf, Juror Small Works

The following artists received awards in this show:

Carol March “Morning”, Acrylic, Juror’s Choice Award

Yale Epstein Floating Poem Acrylic ink varnishes Honorable Mention

Mari-Claire Charba “Bud from Secret Teachings of Plants”, Pastel, Honorable Mention

Marilyn Rowley “Take Flight My Love”, Mixed,  Honorable Mention

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