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On the Cover: The Whimsical Clay Sculptures of Mariana Peragallo | June 2021

On the Cover: The Whimsical Clay Sculptures of Mariana Peragallo | June 2021

Whimsical, unsettling, light-heartedly grotesque, the clay sculptures of Marianna Peragallo, now on display at the Wassaic Project as part of the group show “If You Lived Here You’d Be Home by Now,” are cartoon-like in form and semi-surreal.

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Church of Art: Art Austerlitz

Art Austerlitz is the brainchild of Ryan Turley, an artist who approached the Old Austerlitz Historical Society with the suggestion to transform an unused church into a contemporary art gallery.

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2econd Saturday: Hudson Gallery Crawl

Kicking off Saturday, June 12, and continuing every second Saturday of the month, over 60 businesses will be staying open late to shine a light on Hudson, NY’s diverse art and design community.

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Visual Arts Round-Up

From the return of the three-day Upstate Art Weekend to a the three new exhibitions at Storm King Art Center, here are some standout art exhibits and events coming to the Hudson Valley in Summer 2021.

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Parting Shot: Poughkeepsie Regatta | June 2021

Marist College publishes a digital archive of Poughkeepsie Regatta memorabilia.

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On The Cover: Annika Tucksmith's Magical and Nostalgic Paintings | May 2021

Artist and Chatham native Annika Tucksmith uses magical realism to paint scenes of the rites of passage from her rural childhood in the Hudson Valley.

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Lighting the Fuse: Shakespeare’s Fulcrum Launches in Hudson

Tery Fugate-Wilcox Opens His New Gallery
Tery Fugate-Wilcox is the prophet of Actual Art, a controversial movement in which artists attempt to remove themselves from the art-making process.

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4 Exhibits To See This Month

In store for you this month; strikingly realistic paintings, intricate figurative sculptures, and crosshatched assemblages made from strips of pornographic magazines.

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Parting Shot: Margery Schab's 20 Years of Photographs | May 2021

Over a span of 20 years, Margery Schab has taken photographs of residents of nursing homes, giving them a voice. Now, in light of the pandemic, those voices need to be heard now more than ever.

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REVIEW: "Hermerica" at the Kleinert/James Center for the Arts

Taliesin Thomas reviews the group show "Hermerica," curated by Carrie Feder, at the Byrdcliffe Guild Kleinert/James Center for the Arts in Woodstock.

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On The Cover: Jenny Morgan's Magical Mental Landscapes | April 2021

With her solo exhibition at Beacon's Mother Gallery right around the corner, painter Jenny Morgan discusses how isolation has influenced her most recent work.

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Singular Discoveries

Recent Photographs by Andrew Moore
Acclaimed photographer Andrew Moore's photographs capture sincere snapshots, moments frozen in time, either from around the world or right here in the Hudson Valley.

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Parting Shot: Volunteer Vaccination Army | April 2021

Pharmacist Dr. Neal Smoller of Woodstock Apothecary and members of his volunteer vaccination army helped vaccinate 6,000 people in their local community.

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On The Cover: Monik Geisel's Meowcifur | March 2021

With hackles raised and fangs bared, self-taught multimedia artist Monik Geisel’s painting Meowcifur portrays a frightful feline that embodies her own feelings of frustration and fear.

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6 Art Shows to See in March 2021

Newburgh's newest gallery hosts an exhibit exploring the blurry boundary between perception and experience, and more.

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Parting Shot: Paris from the Air | March 2021

During two trips over the French capital in the spring of 2019, Woodstock-based photographer Jeffrey Milstein shot hundreds of photos from a twin turbine Squirrel SA 355N helicopter.

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ArtsWestchester Gallery Reopens to the Public on May 7 with COVID Exhibition @ ArtsWestchester Gallery

ArtsWestchester Gallery Reopens to the Public on May 7 with COVID Exhibition

Wednesdays-Sundays, 12-5 p.m. Continues through Aug. 1 — In ArtsWestchester's latest exhibition, “Together apART: Creating During COVID,” the works of...
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