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ArtScene Web TV: Episode 1 

The inaugural episode of our new Web TV series, featuring:

Carolyn Marks Blackwood photographs nature within a several mile radius of her house, perched on a cliff above the Hudson River facing the Catskill Mountains.

The Beacon art scene and the vibrant 2nd Saturday event have greatly contributed to the city’s cultural and economic renaissance.

Ceramicist Robert Hessler’s style is to improvise within the constraints of the clay he works with, allowing for forms that skirt the edge of chaos through experimentation.

A teacher and member of the Woodstock School of Art for 30 years, Staats Fasoldt’s watercolors interpret nature with spontaneity and minimal application.

Ze’ev Willy Neumann’s “Love Knot” project linked the neighboring towns of Woodstock and Saugerties with identical love seat sculptures.

The Red Hook-based sculptor and Land Artist Steven Siegel takes us on a tour of his studio and his latest seies of intimate sculpture-paintings, “Building Pictures.”

ArtScene is hosted by Chronogram editor Brian K. Mahoney and produced by independent filmmaker Stephen Blauweiss.

Film by Stephen Blauweiss. Produced by ArtistFilmDocs.

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