Dear Friends of Red Hook CAN – We lost one of our own today.
It is with profound sadness that we announce that RHCAN Collective member, Jessica Wyant-Pendleton has passed away after a long war fought against cancer.
Please come and visit with her work in the gallery. The work is not for sale but will remain up a bit longer for all to see, share some thoughts for Jessica and appreciate her wonderful talent.
Bard College Site-Specific Sculpture: Student Exhibition
Bard College professor Ellen Driscoll will install the work of her site-specific sculpture class at the Village Green, Red Hook this May.
The proposals will be on view at the RHCAN Gallery April 10-19.
Public reception and viewing: Friday, April 10, 2015: 5-7pm
All are invited
A juried show of original artworks in all media rendered on or of paper, comprising landscape, figurative, abstract, and conceptual subjects.
March 6 – April 10, 2015
Painter and printmaker Kate McGloughlin, is Director of the Woodstock School of Art, is the juror for this show. McGloughlin has exhibited her work in many solo and group shows both regionally and nationally. As well as serving as Director of the school, McGloughlin teaches a perennially popular printmaking workshop. She is also Co-director of “Destination Arts Creative Workshops”, and teaches landscape painting and printmaking workshops in Italy, Mexico, Ireland and the United States. McGloughlin is represented by galleries in the northeastern United States and internationally.
Hear Kate McGloughlin talking about print making at the Woodstock School of Art
This exhibition is sponsored by Third Eye Associates Ltd., of Red Hook, NY, and Washington DC, who offer an array of financial life planning, financial transition planning and wealth management services for individuals, couples, business owners, corporations and trusts. Third Eye helps clients gain clarity and vision through integrated life and money management.
A collection of work from local high school students participating in the programs at the Art Institute of Mill Street Loft.
February 20 – March 5
Opening Reception: Sunday March 22, 2-4pm
Students focus on developing skills in drawing, painting, photography & sculpture as they work on developing their voice and portfolios. These young artists have received Gold & Silver Keys in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards as well as scholarships to colleges across the nation.