Kingston-based artist and furniture craftsman Christopher Kurtz's Untitled (Fallen Star).
"Nomina Magica" will be at the Seligmann Center in Sugar Loaf through January 9.
Marisa Scheinfeld grew up in the western Catskills, and like many other Jewish families, hers vacationed there.
Tim Davis's photograph Hobo Supermen .
A small crowd gathered after being dropped off in a field by a rickety golf cart at Omi International Art Center in Ghent in early October.
Opening receptions for Nicole Cherubini and Remy Jungerman, Oct. 8 at 2 PM in the gallery; Kahn+Selesnick update Freya Powell's zeotrope with new imagery; Steam Canoe installation is underway, and Ward Shelly + Alex Schweder take a final spin in ReActor!
Laura Battle's drawing Antonyms .
"Byrdcliffe's Legacy: Handmade in the 20th Century" examines the creative history of Woodstock through October 9.
Robert Otto Epstein hand-grids his canvases and paints patterns with vivid '80s hues.
The painter and cartoonist who was a longtime contributor to The New Yorker passed away on July 12 at his home in Kingston.
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Pete Mauney's hoarder's paradise: forgotten images of the past.
Photographer Fionn Reilly recently traveled to India, amassing a rich trove of images.
Opus 40 is a magnificent 6.5-acre sculpture park nestled against the backdrop of Overlook Mountain.
Join us in celebrating 20 years of sharing the World’s Largest Kaleidoscope and a unique collection of one-of-a-kind kaleidoscopes with collectors, guests and tourists! The day-long celebration on Saturday, July 9th will be highlighted by the premiere of a brand new kaleidoshow and the grand opening of the World’s Largest Kaleidoscope Exhibit and Gallery.
Renowned Photographer Hosts Exhibition at the harts gallery
"Strange Paradise" photographs by Martin Parr on display from July 2 through August 27. Opening reception on July 9 from 5 to 8pm.