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Art of Business: Fay Wood 

click to enlarge Fay Wood's studio, "Muse on Stairs"
  • Fay Wood's studio, "Muse on Stairs"

After 20 years in an old church up the mountain on Fish Creek Road, Saugerties artist Fay Wood moved downtown three years ago. "I miss the wildlife, but the village has its own varieties," she says dryly. Wood has been exhibited extensively in the US, Italy, and Germany; three of her works will be part of "Birds: Enduring Feathered Creatures" at the Orange Hall Gallery at SUNY Orange through October 22.

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