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29 Area Artists featured at 21st Annual Fall for Art Fundraiser Thursday, September 7th 5-9pm at The Chateau in Kingston

Kingston, NY, August 7, 2017: The 21st annual Fall for Art juried art show, sale and fundraising cocktail reception, hosted by the Jewish Federation of Ulster County, will feature 29 gifted Hudson Valley artists representing a wide variety of mediums including: painting, pottery, photography, glass art, jewelry, fiber, wood and mixed media. The popular event, which attracts more than 400 art appreciators and business sponsors, will take place on Thursday, September 7th at The Chateau in Kingston from 5:00-9:00 pm.

Proceeds from Fall for Art support the Federation and local not-for-profit organizations including: the Hudson Valley Food Bank, Family of Woodstock, CASA, People’s Place, Angel Food East, and Jewish Family Services, among others. Each year a special recipient is selected and the 2017 beneficiary is The Kingston Library, which has been invited to select $1,000 worth of artwork from the show to enhance their newly renovated Franklin Street entrance. Art lovers and supporters have the opportunity to personally meet the artists and purchase their work. See samples at www.fallforart.org. Fall for Art reservations are $45 in advance or $50 at the door and may be made on-line at www.fallforart.org; or by calling 845-338-8131. Fall for Art Patrons and Sponsors receive public recognition on the website and in the event booklet. For additional information, please call the Federation office at 845-338-8131 or email: info@fallforart.org.

2017 Participating Artists include: Janet Baskerville, jewelry; Sara Beames, glass; Neville Bean, textiles; Miriam Bisceglia, fiber; Jen Bulay, encaustic; Michael Citron, photography; Sherri Cohen, jewelry & Judaica; Nancy Donskoj, photography; Joan Ensminger, kiln formed glass; John Fischer, photography; John Franklin, turned wood; Alexa Ginsburg, fiber; Deborah Goldman, porcelain; Betsy Goldman, mixed media; Glenn Grubard, mixed media; Melanie Hall, illustrated books; Louise Lefkovits, mixed media; Joanne Martignoni, watercolor; Lissa Queeney Matthews, jewelry; Amy McAden, babyknits; Joanne Miller, jewelry; Fran Raia, fiber; Leslie Reich, ceramics; Sally Rothchild, ceramics; Veronica Russo, graphite; Raychel Wengenroth, silversmith; Christine Yates, mixed media; Liz Horn & Ron Zukor, jewelry.

Participating 2017 Fall for Art Sponsors include: Daily Freeman; Basch & Keegan, LLP; Augustine Nursery; Bruderhof; HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley; Klock Kingston Foundation; M & T Bank; Paper House Productions; Herzog's/Kingston Plaza; Kingston Dental Associates; Markertek; Medical Associates of the Hudson Valley; Merrill Lynch: Kenneth K. Beesmer; Mountain Valley Manor Adult Care Home; Pardee’s Agency, Inc.; Rondout Savings Bank; Stewart’s Shops; The Community Guide, net; The Thompson House; Ulster Saving's Bank; Allways Moving & Storage; benefit counseling associates; Catskill Art and Office Supply; Catskill Hudson Bank; Chronogram; Cruise Planners/Quigley; Friends of County Executive Mike Hein; Fruition Chocolate; Daniel D. Gagnon, CPA, PC; RonDavid and Carol Super Gold; Kingston Insurance Company; Jeff Lowe Plumbing, Heating & AC; La Voz Magazine; Gail S. Levy; Mid-Hudson Valley Credit Union; Milne At Home Antiques; Mother Earth’s Storehouse; Pine Street Dental; Potter Brothers Ski-Patio Furniture; Quail Hollow Events; R & F Handmade Paints; River Radiology; Leah & Danny Rubenstein; Simpson Gaus Funeral Home; Stone Ridge Wine & Spirits; Ten Broeck Commons; The Chateau; The Governor Clinton; The Reis Group; Timely Signs; Town & Country Liquors; Ulster Federal Credit Union; Viking Industries; Westwood Metes & Bounds Realty; Wright Architects; Yosman Towers; and A Good Friend.

Artists’ images are available upon request. For further information, please call 845-338-8131 or visit: www.fallforart.org

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