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In Main Gallery Kirsten Lyon: Heavens

Kirsten Lyon is a native to the Hudson Valley. Her work explores forms that relate to nature or science. She attended Alfred University for undergraduate studies where she explored a variety of media and focused mainly on ceramic arts. She also has a Masters in Studio Arts

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In Main Gallery Russell Ritell: Path of the Masters

In navigating our paths through life, our teachers are our guides. These guides manifest in many forms and as we open to them we experience personal growth. In this body of work, technique, substance, composition and lighting from master painters such as Caravaggio

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bau 148 In Main Gallery Pamela Zeremba and Joel Werring : Short Stories

 

Short Stories is a two-person exhibition featuring paintings and drawings by Joel Werring and photographs by Pam Zaremba. Both artists create narrative works that explore dichotomies and tensions in American home and family life. Their works blur the boundaries between

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In Main Gallery Peep Show: Members Show

 

Peep Show is an exhibition of pictures, objects or people viewed through holes. Though historically a peep show was a form of entertainment provided by wandering showmen, nowadays it more commonly refers to a presentation that is seen through a viewing slot.

 

In the

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In Main Gallery Jeff Schaller: Good Times

Jeff Schaller paints in the unique medium of encaustic, creating textural art pieces which incorporate representational form with the printed word. In essence, the visual and written symbols merge to create a unique aesthetic language that is both provocative and whimsical. His multiple-image pieces, with images ranging

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In Main Gallery Bau members group show

Working within parameters. Thinking outside the box. Breaking boundaries. A 4×4 foot piece of 3/4″ plywood given to Bau members. Come see what happens. Group show 2017

 

 

In the Beacon Room Daniel Morowitz: Young and Hung

“Daniel Morowitz’s work straddles the divergent narratives of

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In Main Gallery Jack Zero: Wild & Diverse

Jack Zero’s work is wildly diverse, encompassing sculpture, graphics, paintings and ceramics. Having shown throughout North America, Europe and Japan, Jack Zero’s work is familiar to the Beacon gallery scene. Opening Saturday, December 10. Expect to see wildly divergent work at the opening reception that evening

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bau 143 In Main Gallery Julie Jacobs:Stills in search of a movie

Julie Jacobs’ latest photographic series, Stills in Search of a Movie, emits the melancholic alienation distinctive to her style. Each isolated “still ” represents a narrative unto itself–a sudden realization of betrayal, the quiet contemplation of a next, all-important move, an abrupt

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In Main Gallery Tom Holmes:Fly Home – new work by Tom Holmes

 

The lantern lights the night path. A soft head wind reminds us to push on. Molten bronze, steel and stone all find their gravitas. Sullen, the forest echoes the earths burnt crust. A night hawk screeches to a halt mid air,

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In Main Gallery Joan Phares: Against the Grain

……could refer to wood working, farming, divergent thinking, or rebellion. The current show created by Joan Phares combines all of the above. The chance finding of wood scraps from a local cabinet maker in large open bags behind the shop, invites pillaging for kindling, or in

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