Paul Matthews was a complicated artist. Sometimes an expressionist, sometimes a realist, he veered across conventional categories at will, switching back and forth from luminous portraiture to macabre narrative, and from mythological erotica to Fauve collage. In his Keene, NY studio, all these different modes were in play. But over time, the Adirondack landscape around him began to feature more and more centrally in his work.
Nine paintings from the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame’s collection of artwork by Richard Stone Reeves will be on display in the Museum’s Link Gallery beginning Wednesday, March 9th. The Paintings of Richard Stone Reeves will be exhibited through 2022. [Read more…] about Richard Stone Reeves Paintings Exhibit at Museum of Racing
Photographer Jonathan Zaharek will be exhibiting his show, “The Winter 46,” at View, the Center for Arts and Culture in Old Forge,from December 3rd through March 19th, 2022. [Read more…] about Adirondack 46 in Winter Photography Exhibit in Old Forge
View, the Center for Arts and Culture in Old Forge, has announced the opening of a new solo exhibition, “Adirondack Impressions: Watercolors by Jeanne Lampson.” [Read more…] about Watercolors by Jeanne Lampson in Old Forge
The TAUNY Center in Canton, NY, has announced Folk Arts All Around Us, a new exhibition featuring over 120 items from the folk art collection of the Folklife Center at the Crandall Public Library in Glens Falls. [Read more…] about New Exhibit Showcases Folk Art from Glens Falls Collection
The Marianne Boesky Gallery has announced Echo in Color, Jay Heikes’ fifth solo exhibition with the gallery is set to be on display from February 13th through March 13th, at the gallery’s 507 West 24th Street in New York. [Read more…] about Jay Heikes Solo Exhibition Opening February 13
The Lake George Arts Project has relaunched The Peoples Pixel Project (or P3), a contest and exhibition of short films, which was created to provide audience exposure to professional and emerging videographers, and to foster local interest and growth in the medium. [Read more…] about Peoples Pixel Project Call For Short Films
The Lake George Arts Project’s Courthouse Gallery has announced “Painted Stories,” a solo exhibition of recent work by Susan Hoffer. The exhibition will be installed in the gallery, and available for the public to view. [Read more…] about Lake George Courthouse Gallery Showing ‘Painted Stories’
NorthWind Fine Arts Gallery in Saranac Lake in the Adirondacks has announced a new exhibit “Those We Meet,” featuring colored pencil drawings by Gallery member Lee Ann Sporn.
Sporn’s inspiration for this collection came from Martha Reben’s tuberculosis era books, The Healing Woods and The Way of the Wilderness, then by her own adventures in the woods during the recent coronavirus pandemic. [Read more…] about Lee Ann Sporn Exhibit at NorthWind Fine Arts Gallery
The Committee to Save the Thomas Paine Memorial Building has announced a celebration of the building’s designation as a New Rochelle Historical Landmark, set for Sunday, September 6th, at 1:30 pm.
The brief outdoor ceremony will feature community leaders and supporters, Committee members, and Board members of the Huguenot and New Rochelle Historical Association and the Thomas Paine National Historical Association. [Read more…] about New Rochelle’s Thomas Paine Memorial Building Event