“Aspects” opening March 1st to the March 31st- featuring notable artists from around the country using an array of materials to produce their personal visions.
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Garrison Cold Spring
Garrison and Cold Spring, neighboring villages within Philipstown, are located approximately 50 miles north of Manhattan on the Hudson River and are known for their majestic river and mountain views and waterfront parks. During the last half of the nineteenth century, Garrison/Cold Spring became a magnet for artists who were attracted to the extraordinary beauty of the Hudson Highlands. Views from the riverbanks have been made famous by painters of the Hudson River School, a mid-nineteenth century American art movement. Active cultural organizations offer numerous activities throughout the year. www.garrisonartcenter.org
Imogen Holloway Gallery proudly presents Blue rock by barn door, works on paper and found objects by Robert Petersen. Returning to his traditional journal drawings developed in the 1980′s while living and working with R...
Nov. 22 – Dec. 1, 10-5 daily (closed Thanksgiving) Featuring the work of 30 regional ceramic artists & other lovingly-made crafts, all thoughtfully priced Opening Reception Friday, November 22, 5-8 pm Garrison Art Cen...
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Art Along the Hudson is made possible by the support from the Dutchess County Arts Council (DCAC) www.artsmidhudson.org as well as the participating art organizations, municipalities, businesses, tourism organizations and artists.