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“A Quiet Respite” at the Carrie Haddad Gallery and the Ethereal Landscapes of Jane Bloodgood-Abrams

“A Quiet Respite” at the Carrie Haddad Gallery and the Ethereal Landscapes of Jane Bloodgood-Abrams

“A Quiet Respite,” on view at the Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson from November 13-January 5, offers a sampling of new work from seven artists who have dedicated themselves to the task of depicting the solace of nature.


On the Cover: Kirsten Dierup | December 2019

Hopewell Junction’s Kirsten Deirup Surrealism reveals a technical and conceptual polish that is nothing short of masterful.


7 Emerging Hudson Valley Artists to Watch

Regional curators Janice La Motta, Paola Ochoa, Karlyn Benson, Alyson Baker, Erin Zona, Derin Tanyol, Carl Van Brunt, and Katie Schmidt Feder select eight emerging artists they consider worthy of the spotlight.


Small Is Beautiful: Kevin Kuenster and Other Small Works at Limner Gallery

For its annual small works group show, Limner Gallery displays 76 small works by 54 artists, including Kevin Kuenster.


Energy Dance Company Performs at the O+ Festival

Kingston resident Amanda Cabanillas captures the dynamic performance of Energy Dance Company at O+ on camera.


The Surrealist Leanings of 5 Contemporary Hudson Valley Artists

Local artist Jan Harrison recently won a fellowship for New Surrealist art. We take this award as the departure point to explore the influence of Surrealist methodology and mindset in Hudson Valley painters.


Pete Souza Presents at Bardavon

A Q&A with the Presidential Photographer and Author of Shade
Former President Barack Obama in Luang Prabang, Laos, 2016. Image by Pete Souza.


Un/Natural Selection: The Off-Kilter Animal Underworld of Illustrator Chris Buzelli

Chronogram's November 2019 Portfolio Artist
Like dreams dripping with cryptic symbolism, Chris Buzelli’s distorted biomorphic illustrations blend the innocuous and the bizarre in order to scrutinize ourassumptions.


Ruby Silvious Exhibits Her Viral Teabag Art and Other Tiny Wonders in Woodstock

Teabag-painting, Insta-famous artist Ruby Silvious is renowned for embracing unorthodox found materials in her small-scale work.


10 November Exhibitions for the Hudson Valley Art Lover

A Hudson Valley gallery guide for November.


Red Regatta: Melissa McGill's Environmental Art in Venice, Italy

Melissa McGill’s Red Regatta project dotted the Venice lagoon with red-sailed boats.


Jebah Baum's "The Tragic Plot" at Beacon Artists Union

Artist Jebah Baum articulates that the theme of “The Tragic Plot,” his upcoming exhibition at the Beacon Artists Union (BAU), comes from the classical Greek idea of “anagnorisis."


Inside Cornell Creative Arts Center's Ceramics Studio

Not everyone has access to viewing or creating art; the Cornell Creative Arts Center in Kingston hopes to change that by offering accessible, all-inclusive ceramics lessons.


Five October Events in the Hudson Valley

An indie rock icon, some innovative abstract sculpture, a 1920s silent horror film, and chances to dig some blues while cruising the Hudson and sample some craft beer at the 1969 Woodstock Festival site. See all of these event picks below—and see our event listings for more fun fall fare.


Five Fabulous October Events in the Hudson Valley

Add these plum picks to your Fun Stuff to Do This Month list: a street festival, live music, a gallery opening, and a whale of a one-man show.



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Saugerties First Friday Holiday Weekend Kickoff @ Village of Saugerties

Saugerties First Friday Holiday Weekend Kickoff

Fri., Dec. 6, 5-10 p.m. — Join us as we kick off our big holiday weekend in Saugerties!...
Natural Progressions @ Rockland Center for the Arts

Natural Progressions

April 27-30, 2-5 p.m. — Site Specific installations in The Catherine Konner Sculpture Park at RoCA. Large...

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