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At Wired Gallery
Contemporary Abstraction NOW!
Curated by Meredith Rosier 
Opening Reception: Saturday, December 9, 4-6PM
December 9 - 24, 2023 (Regular Schedule: Sat & Sun 11-4)
December 25, 2023 - April, 2024 (Winter Schedule: By appointment only)
Featured Artists
Robin Adler, Ava Barbour, Carol Pepper-Cooper, Frank D'Astolfo, Reneé Englander, Patti Gibbons, Judith Hoersting, Michael Hopkins, Melanie Hulse, Roxie Johnson, Ellen Jouret-Epstein, John Kleinhans, Jennifer Leighton, Lois Linet, Harriet Livathinos, Linda Miller, Gloria Mirsky, Kerry Moskowitz, Joan Oliver, Nancy O'Hara, Susan Piperato, Monique Robidoux, Natalee Rosenstein, Meredith Rosier, Anne Sanger, and Ted Welch.
Curator's Statement:

My selection of the work on view reflects the diversity of 32 artists who plunge headlong in the mesmerizing world of abstraction. These individual “portraits” of dialogue between artist and surface are their autographs of observation, discovery and invention. 


These artists offer up revelry, quiet grace, restless entanglements with drawn lines rough and tumble, notably exact, tinged with perforation. Zigzagged into repetitive pattern, floating merrily in open space, densely layered into geometric configurations or meandering lazily in tidy script. 

Consider the raw materials employed by these artists in their abstract lives. Vying for attention are rivers of ink, strands of watercolor, fuzzy trails of graphite, thread stitched onto paper, wire plunging through space, pastel surges or superimposition of pencil. All of which can carry their ideas of grace, tension, leisure, rage or sensitivity. 

-- Meredith Rosier

Mid-Hudson Valley Artists Showcase

The Showcase presents a great variety of works by area artists:

Joan Barker, Jane Bloodgood Abrams, Diane Boisvert, Kaete Brittin Shaw, Larry Chapman, Rich Corozine, Mary Anne Erickson, Staats Fasoldt, Josh Finn, Astrid Fitzgerald, Travis Fox, Lynne Friedman, Tarryl Gabel, Denise Giardullo, Patti Gibbons, Mimi Graminski, Ken Green, Katie Grove, Ann Haaland, Lynn Herring, Jeanne Hildenbrand, Robert Hite, Michael Hopkins, Judith Hoyt, Robert Kressler, Leonie Lacouette, Mary Leary, Jennifer Leighton, Katherine McGuiness, John Mernin, Jerry Michalak, Joanna Murphy, Sandra Nystrom, Dion Ogust, Suzanne Parker, Marilyn Perry, John Perrella, Elisa Pritzker, Marlo Richards, Meredith Rosier, Thomas Sarrantonio, Chris Seubert, Karen Schaffel, Prue See, Raul Serrano, Lora Shelley, Beth Shoenfeld, Fran Sutherland, Linda Stillman, Jo-Ellen Trilling, Joyce Washor, Marlene Wiedenbaum, and Andrew Willner.

What Else to Do In High Falls, NY

What else to do in High Falls, NY

Art Bites: A new art gallery that focused on presenting pop-up exhibitions in unusual and intimate settings
D&H Canal Historical Museum and Visitors Center: Displaying the history and culture of the Delaware and Hudson Canal in the former DePuy Tavern built in 1797.
Kaete Brittin Shaw Gallery and Studio: A wonderful ceramicist that has been among us for decades
Green Cottage: Most beloved florist and gift store featured in "THE 5 BEST Things to Do in High Falls
Fool for Love: A new and super-cool vintage clothing store
Blue Heron Books: A new and friendly book store with a section dedicated to local authors
Curious Cat: Antiques and things on a spot where there has been an antique store since the beginning of time
Ollie's Pizza: Delicious gourmet pizzas and much more for lunch and dinner in a trendy atmosphere
Spy Social Eatery and Bar: refined cuisine and superlative wine list for every day or special occasions 
And lots of other businesses and trails to discover, all near a mighty waterfall.

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11 Mohonk Road, High Falls, NY (map)


Tel: (682) 564-5613

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