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Caregiver Support Group

Third Wednesday of every month, 2-3:15 p.m. and First Monday, Wednesday of every month, 2-3:15 p.m.
New Paltz Village Hall 25 Plattekill Avenue, New Paltz New Paltz


(845) 338-2980

Painting the Portrait with Andrew Lattimore

Wednesdays, 1-4 p.m. Continues through Dec. 31
Andrew Lattimore Fine Art Studio Academy Avenue, Cornwall on Hudson Cornwall-on-Hudson


In this class, students will focus on painting the portrait from life. The objective will be to see the unique characteristics of the model and how to express these features in your painting. Emphasis will be on anatomy, developing value, color, edges, brushstrokes and paint application. There will be a monthly demonstrations from instructor as well as individual attention provided each week. All levels are welcome. 914.819.8856

Strength & Serenity

Wednesdays, 2-3 p.m. Continues through Aug. 28
Roost Studios & Art Gallery 69 MAIN STREET, NEW PALTZ New Paltz


The utilization of internal martial arts including Tai Chi. (For all levels) Led by Jing Shuai* Class Description: Build Strength and confidence to improve your health and wellness. While this class is intended for people of all levels, it can be a little physically challenging 845-214-8579

Natural Progressions

Through April 30, 2020, 2-5 p.m.
Rockland Center for the Arts 27 South Greenbush Road, West Nyack Nyack

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Site Specific installations in The Catherine Konner Sculpture Park at RoCA. Large on-site installations address themes with interactive work, integrating sensory elements. The exhibit invites visitors to reconnect to nature and to relieve the 'nature deficit' so prevalent today. 845-358-0877

RoCA Nest 2019

Through April 30, 2020, 2-5 p.m.
Rockland Center for the Arts 27 South Greenbush Road, West Nyack Nyack

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A site-specific installation, by Cristina Biaggi. During the last twenty years Cristina has created a series of what she calls Human Nests. With these nests, inspired by avian architecture, she presents concepts of interconnection and similarity between the architectural feats of birds and that of some types of human housing found in tropical rain forests. These dwellings are ecologically friendly. “RoCA Nest 2019” will be on view April 27, 2019 – April 30, 2020. An opening reception will be held Saturday, April 27, 2– 5 pm. 845-358-0877

Anne Samat: The Greatest Love

Wednesdays-Sundays. Continues through Sept. 8
Hudson Valley MOCA 1701 Main Street, Peekskill Peekskill


Anne Samat is the latest in a succession of international artists-in-residence hosted by Hudson Valley MOCA. Using intricately-woven textiles and found objects, Samat builds elaborate totems evoking her familial lineage. Based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Samat is a graduate of the fiber work program at the Mara Institute of Technology. This is her first solo exhibition in the United States. 914-788-0100

Spring Exhibition. Marking Time: The Work of Ernest Shaw

Through June 25
The Moviehouse 48 Main Street, Millerton Millerton


Ernest Shaw has work in nearly 50 museum, university and public collections, and hundreds of private collections nationwide. 518-789-0022

Seed: A Group Exhibition

Through June 29
Gallery Fifty5 55 Greenkill Ave, Kingston Kingston

New Paltz High School AP Studio Art

Through June 29
Gardiner Library 133 Farmer's Turnpike, Gardiner Gardiner

All God's Critters

Through June 29
Duck Pond Gallery 128 Canal St., Port Ewen Port Ewen


Watercolors and acrylics by Claudia Engel & Mary Beliveau. (845) 338-5580

History Lessons

Through June 29
kaaterskill Fine Arts 7970 Main Street, Hunter Hunter


Textile-based works of Ann C. Clarke, Associate Professor of Visual Art and Dean Emeritus at Syracuse University. (518) 263-2060

Works by Andrew Nuemann

Through June 30
Cross Contemporary Art 99 Partition Street, Saugerties Saugerties


Andrew Neumann is an American artist working primarily with time-based media, as well as text-based wall panels, and the combing disparate elements into hybrid sculptural pieces. (845) 399-9751

Rise of the Blind Wombs: New work by Guy Maddin

Through June 30
One Mile Gallery 475 Abeel Street, Kingston Kingston


Curated by Lisa Kehler. (845) 338-2035

Sculpture by Colin Chase

Through June 30
Cross Contemporary Art 99 Partition Street, Saugerties Saugerties

The Haiku Box Project

Through June 30

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Visitors to the Byrdcliffe Art Colony will be able to explore the grounds in search of artist-made haiku boxes installed along the wooded mountainside. Leave an anonymous haiku, thought, prayer, or secret inside the box. (845) 679-2079

Peter Bradley: New Work

Through June 30
Emerge Gallery & Art Space 228 Main Street, Saugerties Saugerties

Labyrinths of the Mind

Through June 30


Work by Nancy Azara, Fred Crull, Greg A. Dunn, Jane Fine, Owen Gray, Nene Humphrey, Suejin Jo, Zachary Keeting, Ellen K. Levy, Sam Messenger, Paula Overbay, Pema Rinzin, David Scher, Barbara Takenaga, Dannielle Tegeder, and Sarah Walker. Curated by Sara Lynn Henry. (845) 679-2079

Iconic Figures and Urban Perceptions

Through June 30
Betsy Jacaruso Studio & Gallery 43 East Market Street, Rhinebeck Rhinebeck


Paintings by Thomas Cale. (845) 516-4435

The Photography Show: Masters of Art - Homage 2.0

Through June 30
Tivoli Artists Gallery 60 Broadway, Tivoli Tivoli


Features works inspired by some of the greats in photography and art. 845 757 2667

Shifting Light: Fresh Landscapes of the Hudson Valley

Through June 30
Art at Leeds 1079 Route 23B Main St, Leeds Leeds


A group exhibition of impressionistic oil paintings centered on the Hudson Valley. 9177831673

Labyrinths of the Mind

Through June 30
Kleinert/James Arts Center 34 Tinker Street, Woodstock Woodstock


The artists in the show are: Nancy Azara, Ford Crull, Greg Dunn, Jane Fine, Owen Gray, Nene Humphrey, Suejin Jo, Zachary Keeting, Ellen K. Levy, Sam Messenger, Paula Overbay, Pema Rinzin, David Sher, Barbara Takenaga, Dannielle Tegeder, and Sarah Walker. (845) 679-2079

Olwen Dowling: The Past is Present

Through June 30
Sandisfield Arts Center 5 Hammertown Road, Sandisfield New Marlborough


Oils, watercolors and monoprints.

Evanescent Paper

Through June 30
Arts Mid Hudson 696 Dutchess Turnpike, Poughkeepsie Poughkeepsie


A collaborative installation of small and large-scale collages, works on paper and prints by visual artists Jessica Baker and Monica d. Church. (845) 454-3222

Distant Heights

Through June 30
BCB Art 116 Warren Street, Hudson Hudson


New paintings by Sasha Chermayeff. Her new work focuses on remembrances and interpretations from recent visits to distant lands- Peru and Northern Ireland. (518) 828-4539

Works in Wood Exhibit by Joann Vandecarr

Through June 30
East Fishkill Community Library 348 Route 376, Hopewell Junction Hopewell Junction


Joann Vandecarr is an award-winning artist and craftsman. She has worked in various mediums; watercolors, pencil, weaving and wood. The library is delighted to be presenting her work for June. Her original designs are cut from thin strips of wood, carved, stained, and finally, assembled into intricate and beautiful landscapes. Currently, Joann is investigating abstracts and fantasy themes. 845-221-9943

Farm Salon Patti Hill Gordon

Through July 1
Greig Farm 227 Pitcher Lane, Red Hook Red Hook


A retrospective exhibition of the work of late artist Patti Hill Gordon (1941-2015). The exhibition includes painting, collage, sculpture and ceramic work that represents the full breadth of Gordon’s 40+ year career. Gordon was a working artist and teacher in the Hudson Valley since the 1970s. 845-532-1698

Works by KK Kozic

Through July 6
Joyce Goldstein Gallery 19 Central Square, Chatham Chatham


KK's eye rages over wetlands and woods, fields and mountaintops. Her love of nature and the outdoors is reflected in these new paintings which simultaneously showcase her bold departures into painterly abstraction. (518) 392-2250