Opening and Artist Talk of featured artists at Hudson House Distillery (1835 9W in West Park) on Saturday, October 23rd, 2021 from 12-2 pm. Artists Tina Bernstein, Jill Ziccardi, Susan Slotnick, David Lionheart, Bill Hains, Ilga Ziemins-Kurens, and Bob Barry will offer their insights on their artistry at 1. This is a live and virtual Artist Talk.
Raimundo Gaby Show at Gallery 40
Raimundo Gaby will be showing his work at Gallery 40, 40 Cannon Street Poughkeepsie, NY from October 22 through the end of December, 2021. His solo exhibition "Colors of Grief" opens on Friday, October 22nd from 5-7 with a live and virtual artist talk at 6PM.
COLORS OF GRIEF STATEMENT
Colors of Grief is a culmination of the hardship and joy I experienced in the last eighteen months. For many, this theme may seem sad or gloomy; however, to me, art has always been my escape (and salvation) when dealing with difficult times. I immerse myself into my paintings as I look for a cure or relief. The intensity and urgency of it all is a reflection of my state of mind. I did not worry how my work would be received or judged. I was not focused on a coherent theme, nor was I afraid of overusing colors, textures or sparkles. I worked in my studio through sleepless nights pouring my emotions and thoughts, as if the kaleidoscope I was creating would give me comfort and answers. In the end I was able to transform grief into joy.
The show features fluid paintings utilizing multiple techniques and materials. The process is very experimental and it is created when the pigment is poured and it runs free. The results are psychedelic, organic and often times surprising. There are no two alike as the paint independently runs over the canvas creating movement and emotions. Almost all my creations are finished with art resin. Recently, I started experimenting with mixed media, incorporating broken glass, pebbles, and acrylic skin to my creations.
This show is dedicated to those we lost and grieved for and for a better future.
Diane-Ellen is displaying 9 pieces of her jubilant and colorful watercolor artwork at the Community Foundation of the Hudson Valley at 80 Washington St. in Poughkeepsie. Arts Mid-Hudson made this possible. It is a new space for displaying art and she was the first to christen the space for other future artists. The show runs until July 31, 2019.
My SCHOLARSHIP ART AUCTION is coming, September 23- can you attend? On September 23, 2017, 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm, at Barrett Art Center, 55 Noxon Street, Poughkeepsie NY 12601, 30 of my original paintings will be auctioned off to provide the funds to establish a scholarship to a graduating Poughkeepsie High School senior and a graduating Spackenkill High School senior, who indicates an interest in continuing to study art in college. HELP ME HELP OUR LOCAL STUDENTS to achieve a future in the art world. --Karl J. Volk
Karl Volk is proud to announce a solo show at the Hyde Park Free Library Annex. OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY, MAY 20, 4-6 PM. There are 17 pieces in the show which give you a sense of the unique, dynamic and sometimes playful style he has developed over his extensive art career. Shown: Diva with Attendant, a silicone intaglio print, 26"x19". The show is on exhibit through June 30, 2017.
Barbara Todd is a photographic artist and member of Artists' Collective of Hyde Park. She is also on the Board as the VP of Marketing for the Collective. On June 25, Hudson Valley News Network published an interview with her about her work, some of which is currently on display in their offices at the Dutchess County Airport as seen in the video. Barbara talks about her photography and ACHP. This exhibit will be on display through July until August 6.
She also has a solo show at the Hyde Park Free Library Annex. This exhibition will be on display through July 15.
I am having a book signing of my latest little painting/ poetry book, Empty Vessels, at River Winds gallery in Beacon on Saturday, March 12, from 5-8p.m. I also will have 3 paintings from that book displayed. There is a sample of Empty Vessels (and my other 2 little books as well...Visitations, and River to Solitude) in the back room at the Collective.