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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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In Main Gallery Melissa Robin: Alchemy Light – harvested by darkness,
Perpetuated by its counterpart,
Dissecting duality, penetrating polarity.
Fire, Water, Earth, & Air
Divine elemental orchestration,
The unrequited energy of the unseen,
Composing us akin the Cosmos,
Tethered to Humanity at the seams.

For the past


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In Main Gallery Kirsten Lyon: On Display

Kirsten Lyon is a ceramic artist who creates sculptures by methods of hand building and the potter’s wheel. The forms created by Lyon are inspired by nature. Many of her sculptures have been compared to living organisms and creatures from the sea.

In this current body


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In Main Gallery David Link: Formas Geometricas

David’s work is about form, space and color. He uses angles and proportions to create beautiful objects, that are colorful and whimsical. The work is mathematical in nature, but it also speaks about simple harmonies and elegance in design. This show has a range of pieces,


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In Main Gallery Erica Caginalp & Carla Goldberg: Eventide

Carla Goldberg and Erica Leigh Caginalp are together again in this aquatic inspired show “Eventide”. Together they explore dusk in its intensified colors of the day’s last light and the dark depths creeping up into the night. These diverse artists collaborated previously on an


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In Main Gallery Eva Drizhal: Between

Eva was born in l951 in Prague, Czech republic. There She attended a school of art and design before emigrating to the United States in l979. Drizhal’s work is inspired by nature, botany, science, and microscopic images. Her sculptures brings the viewer into a world that


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In Main Gallery Marbelous!: 12 Members and a marble machine



Have you ever seen art on the run? Come meet Marbelous! BAU Gallery’s very own marble run art making machine. Tubes, lines and shoots run round and round BAU Gallery all in the name of art on the run. Come join


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In Main Gallery Michael X. Rose

Michael X. Rose’s new group of oil paintings wrestle with Mortality and Nature, Man’s place in the world and his precarious relationship with it. Concurrently, there is ongoing epic battle that witnesses the Rise and Fall of Civilizations. While reflecting on Nature’s unforgiving relentless march, Rose extends that


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In Main Gallery Hue & The Bau Ball




In this 131st exhibit at Bau gallery to date, each of the 12 members showcase several works through the month of January dealing with the colorful concept of “HUE.”

In addition bau will extend invitations to Designers and collectors for the Bau


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In Main Gallery Herman Roggeman

Belgium born artist, Herman Roggeman has long been a passionate voice for Hudson Valley’s creative community.As a sculptor and painter he has integrated both color and balance in his creations. His recent work showcases these elements along with his love of animals.



In Gallery 2