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Lois Capone at Wired Gallery
Lois Capone at Wired Gallery

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Lois Capone at Wired Gallery
Lois Capone at Wired Gallery

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(Re)Wired Show at Wired Gallery

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Lois Capone at Wired Gallery

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LOIS CAPONE
Transitions
October 2 - 17, 2021


Ms. Capone has a background in advertising and photography in NYC.  She moved to Olivebridge over 40 years ago. She has worked as a freelance artist from her home for the past 25 years exclusively to the renowned 3-D artist Charles Fazzino. About four years ago, she moved to Mt. Tremper where she found a new focus and inspiration on painting abstracts.

 

Like a journal, my paintings allow me to process my emotions into tangible and cathartic expression.  Pictures and images are not so much the aim as a resolution, crystallization of shape, color and marks into a whole of emotion that has resonance.  Lost in the process of painting, struggling to find a way out until exhaled with complete clarity.

--- Lois Capone

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Lynne Friedman at Wired Gallery
Lynne Friedman at Wired Gallery

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Lynne Friedman at Wired Gallery
Lynne Friedman at Wired Gallery

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Lynne Friedman at Wired Gallery
Lynne Friedman at Wired Gallery

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LYNNE FRIEDMAN

Nature Spirits

Interpreting the Shimmering Natural World

September 11 - 26, 2021


Hudson Valley artist Lynne Friedman seeks beauty and the sublime in watercolor, oil and mixed media.

Friedman’s inspiration is the cycles of the natural world. Her garden is a constant source of ideas, the recognition of transience and the possibility of renewal.

In this exhibit Friedman captures the impermanence of nature at its peak utilizing plants, fruits and flowers with a love of color as a starting point to explore essence and idea through visual means.

Also featured are mixed media collages that emerged in her studio during the Covid period with the appearance of sylphs and angels that are elemental beings that inhabit the air.

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Joan Barker at Wired Gallery (2)
Joan Barker at Wired Gallery (2)

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Joan Barker at Wired Gallery (1)

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Joan Barker at Wired Gallery (2)

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JOAN BARKER

"Corrigible"

August 21 - September 6, 2021

A new 1-Wall Show entitled “Corrigible" begins at Wired Gallery in High Falls on Saturday, August 21, featuring all recent paintings by New Paltz-based artist Joan Barker.

Visitors can meet Ms. Barker on Sunday, August 22nd from 1 – 4 PM.  

The show runs every weekend, hours 11AM - 4PM, through Monday, September 6.

Ms. Barker’s paintings on large expanses of cardboard are from 2020 and 2021. In describing the works, Ms. Barker states, “Before I paint on cardboard, I draw with a utility knife and marker. I peel the cut surface, exposing the textured foundation. The ripped ridges create surface tension. I then scorch the open grooves, and the colors I add emphasize and conjoin the four different surfaces: cut, torn, drawn, and painted.” 

Joan Barker is a Hudson Valley artist who employs both traditional and experimental methods in her painting and photography. She is the recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts Artists’ Fellowship, The Village Voice Photography Grant and two Center for Photography at Woodstock Fellowships. Her photographs have been featured in solo and group exhibitions including at O K Harris, NYC; Photographers’ Gallery, London; Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, NY; and the California Museum of Photography in Riverside.

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Sandra Nystrom at Wired Gallery
Sandra Nystrom at Wired Gallery

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Sandra Nystrom at Wired Gallery
Sandra Nystrom at Wired Gallery

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(Re)Wired Group Show

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Sandra Nystrom at Wired Gallery

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SANDRA NYSTROM

July 31 - August 15, 2021

Woodstock-based Nystrom refers to her artwork as “Conversations With Nature.” Her paintings are abstracted landscapes full of rich brushwork and tonalist colors.

Come meet her on Saturday, July 31 from 2-4 pm.  

Alongside the 1-Wall, enjoy (Re)Wired, the slow-changing group show with a variety of hand-picked works by 30+ local artists.

Hours are Sat&Sun 11-4.

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Fran Sutherland at Wired Gallery
Fran Sutherland at Wired Gallery

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Fran Sutherland at Wired Gallery

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FRAN SUTHERLAND

July 10 - 25, 2021

Fran Sutherland, is an award winning painter and teacher who shares her time between the Hudson Valley of New York and the Santa Rita Mountains of Arizona.  During her career she has taught students from elementary through college level within the New York State school system.

Her multi-media paintings, reflect her studies and travels, and synthesize both Eastern and Western cultural and artistic aesthetics.  Fran Sutherland’s artworks are present in numerous collections.

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Carey Conaway at Wired Gallery
Carey Conaway at Wired Gallery

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Field of Diamonds 31x25 $2,200
Field of Diamonds 31x25 $2,200

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Wired Gallery - (Re)Wired Group Show
Wired Gallery - (Re)Wired Group Show

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Carey Conaway at Wired Gallery

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CAREY CONAWAY

Color, Shape, and Rhythm

June 19 - July 4, 2021

Carey Conaway has an innate talent with color, shape, and rhythm. It has been said that her
color and spatial sense create art that speaks and moves magically and poetically.
Geometry and color are the head and the heart of what she does.

 

Color, light, and space are key influences in her work. Her art provides an investigation of
color relationships and illusions specific to shape, space, and form.

 

Her designs are both simple and complex. The colors interplay with each other within the
geometric shapes. At times this interaction offers a potential conflict between the colors, but
by leaving this conflict unresolved, her work allows us to transcend the seeming limitations.

 

The result is a semblance of order and unity between colors and shapes, and thus within
ourselves.

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Renewal - Curated by Elisa Pritzker
Renewal - Curated by Elisa Pritzker

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McFerran_small quilt with fur

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Robin Glassman
Robin Glassman

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Renewal - Curated by Elisa Pritzker

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RENEWAL

An exhibition of works by Hudson Valley Artists Group

Curated by Elisa Pritzker

May 29 - June 13, 2021

The Hudson Valley Artists Group is a group of like-minded artists located in New York’s Hudson Valley dedicated to advancing their careers through mutual support. 
Formed by Theresa DeSalvio in October 2020, the group originally met through the New York Artists Circle.

Renewal is their first exhibition together. 

 

After a long year of incredibly special circumstances due to Covid-19, they feel the need to reflect a sense of renewal and revitalization. Each artist's inspiration and working method is different yet they share a sensibility, reflected in the use of organic and attractive materials, chroma and configurations. Curatorial advice by Elisa Pritzker.

Exhibiting artists:

Theresa DeSalvio
Robin Glassman
Mary McFerran
Nancy Nikkal
Elisa Pritzker 
Linda Stillman
Sheila Wolper

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Mighty Small curated by Meredith Rosier
Mighty Small curated by Meredith Rosier

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Mighty Small at Wired Gallery (7)

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Colleen James - April Evening
Colleen James - April Evening

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Mighty Small curated by Meredith Rosier

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MIGHTY SMALL curated by MEREDITH ROSIER

An exhibition of small abstract works by 25 Mid-Hudson Valley artists 

May 8 - 23, 2021

Each artist created a work examining the relationship between a small exterior dimension and a large interior presence. This debut offers a mighty large array of vividly energetic drama and witty, playful spirit in high chromatic color to muted color.

 

Small yet vast in scope these artists work on varied substrates in a notable range of materials. From generous dollops of pigment to refined linear arrangements, the translation of ideas about the evocation of space is on display.

 

Come peruse the exuberant realm of the Mighty Small.

Exhibiting artists:

Joan Barker; Mary Lynn Bonforte; Frank D’Astolfo; Barbara Dibeler; Reidunn Fraas; Patti Gibbons; Polly Giragosian; Judith Hoersting; Michael Hopkins; Colleen James; Roxie Johnson; Ellen Jouret-Epstein; Jennifer Leighton; Mary Licause; Nora Licht; Harriet Livathinos; Linda Miller; Gloria Mirsky; Nancy O'Hara; Carol Pepper Cooper; Matthew Reddan; Monique Robidoux; Meredith Rosier; Doug Sheer; Peggy Wright

All works on matboard are $80 and framed/stretched works are $175 (except those labeled otherwise).

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Travis Fox at Wired Gallery
Travis Fox at Wired Gallery

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Travis Fox at Wired Gallery

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Travis Fox - Pittsburgh, PA, Remains To

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Travis Fox at Wired Gallery

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Travis Fox: Remains to Be Seen

Photographs by Krumville-based renowned photojournalist Travis Fox. 

 

April 17 - May 2, 2021

The show consists of eight 20”x30” photographs selected from Fox’s recently-published book Remains to Be Seen (Daylight, 2020). The images explore a disappearing but still tangible American landscape, from the Rust Belt towns of the Midwest to the Borscht Belt resorts of the Catskill Mountains. Using aerial photography, Fox finds patterns in former industrial sites and abandoned neighborhoods that would be undetectable from the ground. His pictures present a visual record of old and debilitating problems, from institutionalized racism to environmental destruction.

TRAVIS FOX is an award-winning television documentary maker, Fox’s work has appeared on PBS, National Geographic, Al Jazeera, and The New York Times. He graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism. From 1999 to 2009, he worked as a senior video journalist at The Washington Post and was widely recognized as a pioneer of news video on the web. He covered such major stories as the 2003 invasion of Iraq and the war in Afghanistan. In 2006, he won an Emmy Award for web video coverage of Hurricane Katrina on washingtonpost.com. Fox has taught broadcast journalism at the Newmark J-School and multimedia filmmaking at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He also trains journalists in video storytelling around the world.

(Download News Release.)

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Mary Anne Erickson at Wired Gallery (2).
Mary Anne Erickson at Wired Gallery (2).

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Mary Anne Erickson at Wired Gallery (4).
Mary Anne Erickson at Wired Gallery (4).

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Mary Anne Erickson at Wired Gallery (1).

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Mary Anne Erickson at Wired Gallery (2).

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1-Wall Show: Mary Anne Erickson

March  20 - April 11, 2021

 

Mary Anne Erickson is a lifelong artist who combines her passion for color, beauty, design and fine taste into everything she does. Documenting the demise of the American roadside culture of “Mom and Pop” establishments has been one of her main interests since the mid-1980’s.

1-Wall Show includes two large paintings from her American Roadside series along with several of her lesser-known plain air landscapes. 

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Raul Serrano at Wired Gallery (1)
Raul Serrano at Wired Gallery (1)

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Raul Serrano at Wired Gallery (2)
Raul Serrano at Wired Gallery (2)

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Raul Serrano - Writing on the Wall
Raul Serrano - Writing on the Wall

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Raul Serrano at Wired Gallery (1)

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1-Wall Show: Raul Serrano

March 6 - 14, 2021

 

Kerhonkson-based Raul Serrano uses an inventive visual language that seeks mystery, poetry and a constant shift of meaning through compositions that recall Renaissance, surrealist, and post-impressionist art.  The viewer is pulled toward dreamscapes, intense juxtapositions of incongruous objects against or within crowds and flows of bodies, human and animal. Uses of color and form create Kafkaesque challenges to the psyche, calling for visceral reaction or focused reflection, qualities often found in great art.

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Nikolette Bellochio at Wired Gallery01

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Nikolette Bellochio at Wired Gallery

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Nikolette Bellochio at Wired Gallery

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Nikolette Bellochio at Wired Gallery01

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(Re) Wired One-Wall Show: Nikolette Bellochio

“Nikolette Bellocchio is a printmaker who lives in the Hudson Valley following her graduation from SUNY New Paltz. Her art focuses on capturing emotions in their physical form, in attempts to make them supralinguistic and visceral. By thinking about feelings and what they could look like, she concocts a quixotic-elixir of vivid imagery with a gluttonous color palette. 


While creating, she thinks about loneliness, tenderness, love, or any emotion related to the human condition. A compilation of notes, nostalgic items, sometimes imagined places, and ambiguous lines create an imagined space that then becomes a sentimental capsule. 
 

Driven by the inherent want to connect to others, art becomes a universal language to communicate with others, and Nikolette’s art is a determined attempt to share sentiments with her viewers.”

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Dion Ogust at Wired Gallery
Dion Ogust at Wired Gallery

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Dion Ogust at Wired Gallery
Dion Ogust at Wired Gallery

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Dion Ogust at Wired Gallery

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Dion Ogust at Wired Gallery

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(Re) Wired One-Wall Show: Dion Ogust

Since 2008 Ogust has been painting and printmaking, initially studying under Kate McGloughlin, at the Woodstock School of Art. Showcased here are several of her painterly abstracted landscapes rendered in subtle earth tones occasionally enhanced with flashes of rich hue.

Ogust is also known as a freelance and staff photographer for Ulster Publishing.

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2020 Holiday Market at Wired Gallery (17
2020 Holiday Market at Wired Gallery (17

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2020 Holiday Market at Wired Gallery (30

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Holiday Market
Holiday Market

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2020 Holiday Market at Wired Gallery (17

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Wired Gallery's HOLIDAY MARKET and (Re)WIRED SHOWS
Outdoors/Indoors Events

 

1) OUTDOORS: HOLIDAY MARKET
Your perfect gift is here!
Under tents in Wired Gallery's front parking lot.

 

Three Weekends from 11AM to 4PM
Sat&Sun, December 5-6
Sat&Sun, December 12-13
Sat&Sun, December 19-20

Or visit by (safe) appointment:
Email us to setup an appointment to visit the gallery safely at any other time.

Holiday Market artists and makers line-up:

Brinton Baker (ceramics)
PK Brown (woodworking)
Mary Fassberger (jewelry)
Tarryl Gabel (fine arts)
Ruth McKinney Burket (ceramics)
Matt Maley (fine arts)
Marlo Richards (fine arts)
Lora Shelley (prints and ceramics)
Pablo Shine (fine arts)
Marilynn Rowley (fine arts)
Joyce Washor (fine arts)
Susan Wilson (fine arts)

Many items priced under $100.00.

 

To share a safe and positive experience at Wired Gallery, visitors are required to wear a face mask at all times -- Indoors and outdoors - and maintain social distance. Thank you!


2) INDOORS: (Re)WIRED SHOWS
  

One-Wall Show featuring JUDITH HOYT
An outstanding and widely acclaimed artist based in Rosendale, NY. Hoyt makes art from found metal and paper collage. Her work is included in numerous museum collections.

 

(Re)Wired Group Show featuring
Alix Ankele, Jane Bloodgood Abrams, Diane Boisvert, Kaete Brittin Shaw, MF Daint, Mary Anne Erickson, Josh Finn, Astrid Fitzgerald, Cristeen Gamet, Denise Giardullo, Mimi Graminski, Ken Green, Katie Grove, Laura Gurton, Ann Haaland, Jeanne Hildenbrand, Judith Hoyt, Robert Kressler, Leonie Lacouette, Mary Leary, Lynn Lynn Herring, Katherine McGuiness, John Mernin, Jerry Michalak, Joanna Murphy, Dion Ogust, Franc Palaia, John Perrella, Marlo Richards, Mitchell Saler, Thomas Sarrantonio, Prue See, Raul Serrano, Pablo Shine, Jo-Ellen Trilling, Lisa Ven Vertloh, Joyce Washor, Marlene Wiedenbaum, and Andrew Willner

Only one “party” at a time is admitted into the gallery. A party may consist of one person or a group of up to 6 people who live or travel together.

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Kathi Robinson Frank at Wired Gallery
Kathi Robinson Frank at Wired Gallery

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Kathi Robinson Frank at Wired Gallery

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(Re) Wired One-Wall Show: Kathi Robinson Frank

Born in New York City, Frank studied at the Art Students League with Will Barnet in high school and majored in art at Bard College. Her early influences were Helen Frankenthaler, Robert Rauchenberg and Larry Rivers.

 

In the 1990’s she began working in natural fiber and adobe, weaving large hanging nest-like structures she referred to as habitats. Then after seeing an Anselm Keifer show she began a series of three dimensional paintings using adobe, paint and natural found vegetation from her property in the Hudson Valley. These paintings formed a body of work called The Yeats Series (2009-2011).

 

Kathi has shown her work locally around the Hudson Valley, as well as in Provincetown and NYC. She also shows at the Casa Morada Gallery in Bucerias, Mexico where she resides part-time. She makes her home locally in Stone Ridge.

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Joyce Washor at (Re)Wired Gallery (18)
Joyce Washor at (Re)Wired Gallery (18)

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Joyce Washor at (Re)Wired Gallery (16)

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Joyce Washor at (Re)Wired Gallery (17)
Joyce Washor at (Re)Wired Gallery (17)

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Joyce Washor at (Re)Wired Gallery (18)

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(Re) Wired One-Wall Show: Joyce Washor

Joyce spent her first ten years in Brooklyn, NY and then became a Jersey girl until graduating from Douglass College, Rutgers University. In 1997, after spending 25 years as a textile designer in NYC she made plans to devote herself to painting full time. But fate had other plans- a painting related shoulder injury required her to re evaluate her painting techniques. It seemed she had two choices: learn to paint with her left arm/hand or scale down her work in order to use her wrist instead of her shoulder. Since painting small enabled her to learn more quickly, purchase art supplies less expensively and have more opportunities to exhibit she resolved to share her experiences in book, PDF and DVD formats. 
Joyce lives with her artist/chef/all round fixer-upper husband in Woodstock NY enjoying three grandchildren and teaching watercolor in her home studio. 

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Johnny Mernin at (Re)Wired Gallery (7)
Johnny Mernin at (Re)Wired Gallery (7)

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Johnny Mernin at (Re)Wired Gallery (5)
Johnny Mernin at (Re)Wired Gallery (5)

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Johnny Mernin at (Re)Wired Gallery (11).
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Johnny Mernin at (Re)Wired Gallery (7)
Johnny Mernin at (Re)Wired Gallery (7)

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(Re)Wired
An ongoing group show during Covid times
One-Wall Show: Johnny Mernin

For over twenty years, Woodstock-based Mernin has been translating the intensity and passion of a life fully lived into radical color-scapes. A self-taught painter, Mernin credits his experiences as a young, broke traveler as ultimately being the source of his greatest teachings, feeling that is only through radical authenticity, humility, and fearlessness in facing the unknown that the spontaneous creative act is achieved.

His work, characterized by striking balance, energetic, gestural lines, and emotional rawness, has been featured in numerous galleries across the Hudson Valley and is included in many private collections.

Before the pandemic, Wired Gallery presented exhibits every three weeks. It was not uncommon to have gatherings of up to 150 people at the openings. Times have changed.

Artists included in the (Re)Wired Group Show are:
Alix Ankele, Jane Bloodgood Abrams, Diane Boisvert, Kaete Brittin Shaw, MF Daint, Mary Anne Erickson, Josh Finn, Astrid Fitzgerald, Cristeen Gamet, Denise Giardullo, Mimi Graminski, Ken Green, Katie Grove, Laura Gurton, Ann Haaland, Jeanne Hildenbrand, Judith Hoyt, Robert Kressler, Leonie Lacouette, Mary Leary, Lynn Lynn Herring, Katherine McGuiness, John Mernin, Jerry Michalak, Joanna Murphy, Dion Ogust, Franc Palaia, John Perrella, Marlo Richards, Mitchell Saler, Thomas Sarrantonio, Prue See, Raul Serrano, Pablo Shine, Jo-Ellen Trilling, Lisa Ven Vertloh, Joyce Washor, Marlene Wiedenbaum, and Andrew Willner

Wired Gallery has resumed its regular business hours of Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

To share a safe and positive experience at Wired Gallery, visitors are required to wear a face mask at all times and maintain social distance.

Only one “party” at a time is admitted into the gallery. A party may consist of one person or a group of up to 6 people who live or travel together

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Ulster County Teen Show at Wired Gallery
Ulster County Teen Show at Wired Gallery

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Ulster County Teen Show at Wired Gallery
Ulster County Teen Show at Wired Gallery

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Ulster County Teen Show at Wired Gallery
Ulster County Teen Show at Wired Gallery

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Ulster County Teen Show at Wired Gallery
Ulster County Teen Show at Wired Gallery

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ULSTER COUNTY TEEN SHOW
 
28 YOUNG ARTISTS AGES 12-18
May 16- 31, 2020
Virtual Artist Reception on Zoom: Sunday, May 31, 5:00-7:00 PM
To request a Zoom invitation to the reception, please email thewiredgallery@gmail.com.

Wired Gallery is pleased to present Ulster County Teen Show featuring works by 28 young artists based in Ulster County between the ages of 12 and 18.

 

To safeguard everyone from Covid-19, the show is available for viewing through Zoom video conferencing only. To make an appointment simply email thewiredgallery@gmail.com or call (682) 564-5613.

On Sunday, May 31, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. a virtual reception on Zoom will provide the general public an opportunity to meet and chat with the artists and have a live guided tour of the show as hung at the gallery. To request a Zoom invitation to the reception, please email thewiredgallery@gmail.com.

 

Among the 28 selected artists, nine were unable to access their work and deliver them to the gallery due to school and studio closures. All other artists have their works displayed at Wired Gallery.

 

Taylor Ascarino

Denver Baca*

Sam Bigler*

Brooke Bogart

Evalyse Bradley

Serafina Broome

August Carrollhach

Katie Cushman

MF Daint

Bernice DeLauras*

Rose Dermody

Alexandra (Sasha) Fraser

Fiona Green

Orion Helffrich

Connor Hoffstatter

Natalie Horberg

Lucinda Jennings

Django Lioce*

Hannah Mangione

Hattie Nichols*

Tafari Saunders*

Autumn Schouten*

Jacob Schouten*

Ivy Silvesrtis

Sarah Sullivan

Pippa Sweet

Beatrice Wilhelm

Roan Wilson*

 

* online only/included in the show but not showing at the gallery

 

Approximately 35 artists submitted over 100 works, including drawings, paintings, ceramics, sculptures, pastels, digital images, photography, and more. The artists come from a diverse background. Some are home schooled and make art at home, while others take classes locally, attending private as well as public schools. Submissions came from over ten schools and five home-school families. The selection was made by artist and art educator Melanie Delgado and Wired gallerist Sevan Melikyan.

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Horberg,_Natalie,_‘Standing_Softly’,

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Green, Fiona, Vaporwave Girl, Copic Mark

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Ascarino, Taylor, ‘Devito’, 9x12 pencil.
Ascarino, Taylor, ‘Devito’, 9x12 pencil.

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Artwork showing at the gallery

Red Converse 8x12 colored pencil & marke
Red Converse 8x12 colored pencil & marke

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Clouded watercolor 5x10 by Autumn Schout
Clouded watercolor 5x10 by Autumn Schout

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Red Converse 8x12 colored pencil & marke

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* Artwork included in the show but not showing at the gallery

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Chris Lawrence
Chris Lawrence

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Chris Lawrence - Bunny
Chris Lawrence - Bunny

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Chris Lawrence - Untitled

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Chris Lawrence

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In Memoriam: Chris Lawrence
Constructions from detritus, the castoff, and the neglected
Wired Gallery comes out of hibernation with a memorial exhibit dedicated to the recently deceased Chris Lawrence.
 
Chris filled his life-spaces with “constructions” he fashioned from his precious “detritus,” the castoff, neglected, tarnished, broken bits and pieces he collected over time, always finding beauty and delight in the mundane.

March 14 - April 26, 2020 - BY APPOINTMENT ONLY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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The Shape of Light at Wired Gallery (10)
The Shape of Light at Wired Gallery (10)

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The Shape of Light at Wired Gallery (9).
The Shape of Light at Wired Gallery (9).

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Cristeen Gamet - Moonlight, Oil on panel
Cristeen Gamet - Moonlight, Oil on panel

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The Shape of Light at Wired Gallery (10)

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THE SHAPE OF LIGHT
Seven artists from the Hudson Valley bring their unique interpretations of how light affects their work.

Curated by Anne Crowley and Laura Taylor

Featuring works by Anne Crowley, Diane Dwyer, Cristeen Gamet, Lisa Jacobson, Joanna Murphy, and Laura Taylor

November 30, 2019 – March 8, 2020

 

Wired Gallery winter schedule in effect until March 14: By appointment only or ring doorbell.

Wired Gallery is on Facebook
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Makers Holiday Market
Makers Holiday Market

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Jacinta Bunnell
Jacinta Bunnell

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Makers market

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Makers Holiday Market
Makers Holiday Market

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Wired Gallery is on Facebook
MAKERS HOLIDAY MARKET
 
Your ultimate chance to get that perfect unique gift!
 
Friday, December 20, 10-6
Saturday, December 21, 10-6
Sunday, December 22, 10-6
All-star local makers:
PK Brown
Jacinta Bunnell
Lena Lai Chen
Rachel Dubicki
Josh Finn
Zoya Geacintov
Katie Grove
Cheyenne Mallo
Ruth McKinney Burket
Terry Ritter
Lora Shelley
Susan Siegrist
Karin Smith-Spanier
Erin von Holdt-Gilbert
Sarah-Anne Winchester
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Reflection at Wired Gallery (1)
Reflection at Wired Gallery (1)

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Reflection at Wired Gallery (12)

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Fran Sutherland - Pondering Pond
Fran Sutherland - Pondering Pond

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Reflection at Wired Gallery (1)

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REFLECTION
A group show curated by Josephine Bloodgood and featuring 14 Hudson Valley artists
November 1 - 24, 2019
Scott Michael Ackerman
Rocco Armento (1924-2011)
Michelle Biondolillo-Keessen
Josephine Bloodgood
Damon
Fran Goodwin 
Beth Humphrey
Victoria Kari
Sandra Nystrom 
Joanne Pagano-Weber
Fran Sutherland
Lynne Tobin
Carl Van Brunt
Dion Yannatos
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No People, No Trees at Wired Gallery (10
No People, No Trees at Wired Gallery (10

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No People, No Trees at Wired Gallery (1)
No People, No Trees at Wired Gallery (1)

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Deborah Freedman at Wired Gallery (2)
Deborah Freedman at Wired Gallery (2)

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No People, No Trees at Wired Gallery (10

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No People, No Trees:
Four Artists and Abstraction
 
Kathy Erteman
Deborah Freedman 
Lara Giordano
Pat Travis Rosenberg
 
Guest Curator: Ward Mintz
 
October 5 - 27, 2019
Review of the show by Lynn Woods in the Almanac Weekly. Click here to download.
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Raul Serrano at Wired Gallery (3)
Raul Serrano at Wired Gallery (3)

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Raul Serrano at Wired Gallery (2)

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Raul Serrano at Wired Gallery

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Raul Serrano at Wired Gallery (3)

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Raul Serrano: Painting as Vernacular
September 20 - September 29, 2019
 
Kerhonkson-based Raul Serrano uses an inventive visual language that seeks mystery, poetry and a constant shift of meaning through compositions that recall Renaissance, surrealist, and post-impressionist art.  
 
The body of work is held together by twice-removed perceptions of leitmotifs: water, glass; metaphorical and actual "currents,” swirls of tentacled sea creatures, live wires. From behind featureless spectator figures, the viewer is pulled toward dreamscapes, intense juxtapositions of incongruous objects against or within crowds and flows of bodies, human and animal. Uses of color and form create Kafkaesque challenges to the psyche, calling for visceral reaction or focused reflection.
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Geta Badea at Wired Gallery
Geta Badea at Wired Gallery

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Geta Badea at Wired Gallery
Geta Badea at Wired Gallery

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Geta Badea at Wired Gallery

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Geta Badea: Underbelly
August 31 - September 15, 2019
A one-person exhibit featuring works by Geta Badea, an outsider artist from Romania, based in Rhinecliff, NY, since 2011.
Geta Badea paints bold, expressionistic human and animal figures in bright colors and juxtapositions that often belie darker emotions.
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Side by Side at Wired Gallery
Side by Side at Wired Gallery

Jo-Ellen Trilling and Andrew Willner

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Side by Side at Wired Gallery
Side by Side at Wired Gallery

Jo-Ellen Trilling and Andrew Willner

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Andrew Willner in his studio in Rosendal
Andrew Willner in his studio in Rosendal

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Side by Side at Wired Gallery
Side by Side at Wired Gallery

Jo-Ellen Trilling and Andrew Willner

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Side by Side
Jo-Ellen Trilling & Andrew Willner
August 3 - 25, 2019

Married for decades, Andrew Willner and Jo-Ellen Trilling share a bond of creativity. They’ve traveled on different artistic tracks, but side by side; embarked in New York City and arrived in The Hudson Valley, near Rosendale.

Trilling’s paintings and dolls exemplify Magic Realism. Appearances lure and trick with bright colors but incongruous details. Whimsical, Bosch-like hybrid creatures teeter on disturbing. Winged things cling to Grimm forest trees; a live rooster hat glares from a dog doll’s head. Disquieting toys have too-round faces, and ‘steampunk’ horses advance. Strange animals peer through Alice’s looking glass.

Nautical notes and textures pervade Willner’s woodwork: An elegant, slender ‘steamer trunk’ box; seawall posts settling unevenly in sand over time. He works utilitarian pieces into waves and swells, counter-current swirls, gentle lifts and ebbs on surfaces far from shore. Willner coopers and carves fine wood, sands to fluid flows, oils it to a rich sheen.

More info and bio here.

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Influx at Wired Gallery
Influx at Wired Gallery

Curated by David Andrews

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Influx at Wired Gallery
Influx at Wired Gallery

Curated by David Andrews

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Influx at Wired Gallery
Influx at Wired Gallery

Curated by David Andrews

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Influx at Wired Gallery
Influx at Wired Gallery

Curated by David Andrews

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Influx
Curated by David Andrews.
June 29 - July 21, 2019

Starting with the Hudson River School movement in the mid-19th century, the Hudson Valley has seen its ebb and flow of art movements, art communes, and art communities. Right now, the area is experiencing an exciting influx of artists who are gravitating here for both economic and artistic reasons. Influx is celebrating this event through an exhibit and an ongoing web presence that will grow over time.

Exhibiting artists:

Osi Audu
Chelsea Culpepper
Madison Lavalee
Aaron Lockhart
Nathan Miller
Meredith Morabito
Charlie Smith

 

The ongoing website influxartists.com provides the capability for artists to submit work for consideration as well as the opportunity for art lovers and collectors to experience the new movement.

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Art of Everyday Objects at Wired Gallery
Art of Everyday Objects at Wired Gallery

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Art of Everyday Objects at Wired Gallery
Art of Everyday Objects at Wired Gallery

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Art of Everyday Objects
Art of Everyday Objects

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Art of Everyday Objects at Wired Gallery

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Art of Everyday Objects
Wired Gallery's Makers' Show featuring 20 artists and artisans
Curated by Erin von Holdt-Gilbert 
May 25 - June 23, 2019
Big or small, everything surrounding us has meaning. What we wear, the cup we drink from, the quilt we sleep under - all have an impact – in our lives and the lives of the people who made them. In an ever more mass-produced world, I’ve chosen to be conscious about where the things I bring into my life come from – to create a hand crafted home. This show encapsulates a cross section of goods by over 25 of my favorite local makers – from furniture and home goods to wearables.
 
The Hudson Valley region has been a mecca for artists and craftsman since the days of the Hudson River School. Come see this collection of contemporary and intentional work.
---Erin von Holdt-Gilbert, curator

Exhibiting artists and artisans:

Peter Brown, Jacinta Bunnell, Aditi Chang, Rachel Dubicki, Josh Finn, Jenny Lee Fowler, Jonathan Gilbert, Cindy Hoose, Paul Lowe, Cheyenne Mallo, Ruth McKinney Burket, Cheryl Pagano, Cal Patch, Mor Pipman, Jasmine Redfern, Emily Ritz, Lora Shelly, Helen Stubblefield, Victoria van der Laan, and Erin Von Holdt-Gilbert. 

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John Mernin at Wired Gallery
John Mernin at Wired Gallery

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John Mernin at Wired Gallery

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John Mernin at Wired Gallery

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John Mernin at Wired Gallery

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John Mernin: Latest Works
April 27 - May 19, 2019
For over twenty years, Johnny Mernin has been translating the intensity and passion of a life fully lived into radical color-scapes.  His work, characterized by striking balance, energetic, gestural lines, and emotional rawness, has been featured in numerous galleries across the Hudson Valley and is included in many private collections.  Though self-taught, Mernin credits the experiences he had as a young, broke traveler as ultimately being the source of his greatest teachings, because it is only through radical authenticity, humility, and fearlessness in facing the unknown that the spontaneous creative act is achieved.  This collection presents Mernin’s most recent works.  He currently lives in Woodstock, NY.
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Sevan Melikyan Lecturer
Sevan Melikyan Lecturer

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Sevan Melikyan Lecturer

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Artful Journeys Provence Lecture Series
 
Sevan Melikyan, lecturer
Thursday, April 18, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.: Renoir Museum, Cagnes-sur-Mer
Thursday, May 2, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.: Mary Magdalene Basilica near Aix-en-Provence
 
Thursday, May 16, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.: Chagall Museum in Nice
 
Join us for a series of lectures that will take you to the South of France (without ever leaving the comfort of the gallery!) to visit some of the museums, churches, and medieval towns that are closely associated with artists like Cezanne, Renoir, Chagall, Picasso, and Van Gogh.
Discover the lives, times, and muses of these amazing artists while viewing hundreds of slides showing their artistic output and the very places where they lived and worked, and from which they drew their inspiration.

 
As an independent lecturer on art, Wired gallerist Sevan Melikyan recently directed a group of 10 art-loving travelers through Provence and Côte d'Azur (watch video) for Artful Journeys, and will repeat the tour this coming October. (Artful Journeys is an organized art tour company based in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.)
 
There will be eight additional lectures in this series, which will be scheduled for later in the year.
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To Know the Light - Main Gallery (7)
To Know the Light - Main Gallery (7)

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To Know the Light - Main Gallery (1)
To Know the Light - Main Gallery (1)

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MJ Nusbaum -  River Scum
MJ Nusbaum - River Scum

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To Know the Light - Main Gallery (7)

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To Know the Light
Curated by Mary Jane Nusbaum
December 2, 2018 - April 1, 2019
 
Featuring:
Jason Wayne Beever
Jacinta Bunnell
Shawn DeRyder
Kier Kinsella
Katie Grove
Alexandra Negoita
Rolando Negoita
Mary Jane Nusbaum
Dave Nyzio
Megan Offner 
Giselle Potter 
Johnny Poux
Emily Puthoff 
Elena Sniezek
David Soman
Wired Gallery’s end-of-the-year show brings together 15 area artists in a celebration of light and dark through nature-connected art in a variety of media.
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The Virginia Project at Wired Gallery (1
The Virginia Project at Wired Gallery (1

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The Virginia Project at Wired Gallery (9

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The Virginia Project at Wired Gallery (3

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Golden Age of New Paltz, Part 3 (1)
Golden Age of New Paltz, Part 3 (1)

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Golden Age of NewPaltz

GOLDEN AGE OF NEW PALTZ

Part 3: 1968 - 1971

Curated by Jack Murphy

September 29 - October 21, 2018

The third and final installment of the group exhibition surveys artists who lived and worked in the New Paltz, NY, area from the years 1968 to 1971 and includes works by:
 

State University College at New Paltz professors: Alex Martin, Dan McCormack, Henry Raleigh (also Department Chair), Robert Sedestrom, Tom Wasmuth, and Benjamin Wigfall.

 

Students from that era: Fern Apfel, Larry Audette, Robin Berger, John Bestard, Win Bottum-Morgan, Chris Cipot Parrow, Harvey Cohon, Eileen Cowin, Bob Crimi, Jimmy Frankfort, Didi Lee Gallo, David Holt, Sue Horowitz, Tom Kastner, Charles Leopardo, Stephen Lifschitz, Manuel Lipton, Allen Littlefield, Jack Murphy, Connie Noelle, Richard (Richie) Rizzi, Rosalie Rossi, Daniel Schmidt, Francine Stein Bellinger Toirac, Jo-Ellen Trilling, Michael Velkovich, Jerry Vis, Laura Wilensky, and Rosalind Zarr.

 

To find out more, read interviews, see pictures... visit the project's website: www.goldenagenewpaltz.com.

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Harris Diamant Retrospective at Wired Ga
Harris Diamant Retrospective at Wired Ga

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Harris Diamant Retrospective at Wired Ga
Harris Diamant Retrospective at Wired Ga

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Harris Diamant at Wired Gallery
Harris Diamant at Wired Gallery

Sep 1 - 23, 2018

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Harris Diamant Retrospective at Wired Ga

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HARRIS DIAMANT: 
A Retrospective
September 1 - 23, 2018
Harris Diamant is a nationally-recognized and widely-exhibited sculptor and artist who has recently relocated to Kingston from New York City.

The retrospective spans a career of 35 years and features Diamant’s iconic sculptures of fabricated heads as well as paintings, drawings, wood carvings, and steel and lead sculptures.
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Quartet at Wired Gallery
Quartet at Wired Gallery

August 4-26, 2018

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Quartet at Wired Gallery
Quartet at Wired Gallery

August 4-26, 2018

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Sarah Draney
Sarah Draney

House Mixed media 37x17 in.

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Quartet at Wired Gallery
Quartet at Wired Gallery

August 4-26, 2018

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QUARTET
Curated by Kathi Robinson Frank
August 4 - 26, 2018
Featuring:
Sarah Draney
Kathi Robinson Frank
Lynn McCarty 
Millicent Young
Kathi Robinson Frank’s vision to curate an exhibition arose from a two-fold impulse: to share her vision of the diversity and impact of contemporary art with her community and to create a platform for the work of four strong, under-recognized artists from the Hudson Valley.
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Deep Sate at Wired Gallery (1)
Deep Sate at Wired Gallery (1)

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Deep Sate at Wired Gallery (9)
Deep Sate at Wired Gallery (9)

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If only I'd brought my  accordion
If only I'd brought my accordion

Ceramic tile 15x15 in. by Craig Wood

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Deep Sate at Wired Gallery (1)

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DEEP SATE
A group exhibit curated by Stuart Klein
June 30 - July 29, 2018

Featuring:

Suki Beeh
Donald Elder*
Carr Garnett 
Grace Gunning
Hatti Iles
Ellen Jacob
Stuart Klein
Will Lytle
Douglas James Maguire 
Sarah Greer Mecklem
Robert Ohnigian*
Vincent Scilla
Olof Wahlund
Craig Wood
*Courtesy of Elena Zang Gallery
 
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Lora Shelley - A Charley a Day - Untitled (11)
Lora Shelley - A Charley a Day - Untitled (11)

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Lora Shelley - A Charley a Day - Untitled (10)

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Lora Shelley - A Charley a Day - Untitled (4)

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Lora Shelley - A Charley a Day - Untitled (11)

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LORA SHELLEY: THE YEAR OF THE CAT (A CHARLEY A DAY)
 
365 Paintings of Charley at Wired Gallery
“Everyday I painted my cat, Charley. An exercise in persistence and healing.”

June 9 - 24, 2018

On January 1, 2017, Hudson Valley Artist and RISD grad, Lora Shelley, set a challenge for herself — to make a painting of her cat, Charley, every day of the coming year, no matter what!

 

And boy, did she succeed!

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Michael Lokensgaard
Michael Lokensgaard

'Sunflowers Malted Milk' Archival print 40x32 in.

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Michael Lokensgaard
Michael Lokensgaard

'Sheet Bend' Oil pastel, acrylic, oil, oil stick, encaustic, 48x36 in.

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Michael Lokensgaard
Michael Lokensgaard

'Love Letter' Archival print 40x30 in.

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Michael Lokensgaard
Michael Lokensgaard

'Sunflowers Malted Milk' Archival print 40x32 in.

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Michael Lokensgaard: Knots and Flowers
May 19 - June 3, 2018

Wired Gallery is pleased to present Michael Lokensgaard: Knots and Flowers, a solo show by the Bloomington-based artists featuring his

paintings on floral compositions as well as his more recent knot paintings and etchings.

 

The show marks Lokensgaard’s first solo exhibit in the Hudson Valley in nearly 30 years.

 

The knot paintings are a vehicle for the artist to play with intertwining forms, revealing colors that exist more in his  imagination than in reality.

 

His floral paintings are also arrangements of colors and forms, but applied to more familiar subjects including not only flowers, but vases, frames, tables, and so on. The result is a series of technically accomplished works expressing the character, personality, and frantic growth of familiar flowering plants.

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Art and Art History Dept
Art and Art History Dept

SUNY New Paltz 1960 Yearbook Photo by Anthony Panzera

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Wayne and Adrian
Wayne and Adrian

by Phil Paratore Oil on canvas, 24x38 in. 1963

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C'est Bon
C'est Bon

by Gary Allen Xerox, rubber stamp, airbrush 9 x11 in. (framed) 1980

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Art and Art History Dept
Art and Art History Dept

SUNY New Paltz 1960 Yearbook Photo by Anthony Panzera

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Golden Age of NewPaltz

GOLDEN AGE OF NEW PALTZ

Part 2: 1963 - 1967

Curated by Jack Murphy

April 7 - May 13, 2018

The second installment of the group exhibition surveys artists who lived and worked in the New Paltz, NY area from the years 1963 to 1967 and includes works by:
 

Among the work on display will be examples by State University College at New Paltz professors Ben Bishop, Maurice Brown, Barbara Leoff Burge, Ken Burge, John Frank, Ken Green,  Alex Minewski, Dale Stein, and George Wexler.

Work by students from that era will include Gary Allen, John Anderson, Donald Bellinger, Allen Bryan, Henry Cavanagh, Paul Chapman, Reno DeRosa, Jim Edwards, Denise Giardullo, Markus Heidelberg, Dick Hogle, Eric Iversen, Anthony Panzera, Theo (Teddi) Pappas, Phil Paratore, Bruce Pileggi, Roger Polansky, Ed Samuels, Susan Slotnick, Jon Ellis Stevens, Tom Stratton, Al Summ, and Aletta Vett.


To find out more, read interviews, see pictures... visit the project's website: www.goldenagenewpaltz.com.

 

Golden Age of New Paltz, Part 3 opens September 29, 2018

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Mother's Day Weekend
Mother's Day Weekend

Wired Gallery Pop-Up at Mohonk Mountain House

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Mother's Day Weekend
Mother's Day Weekend

Wired Gallery Pop-Up at Mohonk Mountain House

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Wired Gallery presents 
Pop-Up Show at Mohonk Mountain House
During the Mother's Day Weekend
Overnight and dining guests are invited to stop in to view the Wired Gallery's Pop-Up show. We will be there the entire weekend with our Mother's Day-themed show.
Book your dinner reservation or overnight stay to see the show and enjoy the beautiful Landmark property. 
For more information and reservations, click here.
May 11 - 13, 10:00 - 6:00 PM daily
Exhibiting artists and artisans from the Mid-Hudson Valley: TBD
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Michael Hopkins
Michael Hopkins

Untitled

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Harriet Livathinos
Harriet Livathinos

Spinning a Yarn

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Scott Clugstone
Scott Clugstone

Untitled

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Michael Hopkins
Michael Hopkins

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Lines Let Loose at Wired Gallery (1)
Lines Let Loose at Wired Gallery (1)

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Lines Let Loose at Wired Gallery (9)

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Lines Let Loose at Wired Gallery (10)

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Wired Gallery presents 
LINES LET LOOSE
A group show featuring 40 artists
curated by Meredith Rosier
December 2, 2017 - April 1, 2018
For artists, a line becomes virtually an autograph. Drawn lines can be 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...
The show includes large works exhibited in the main room and a great number of unframed small works sized 5"x5" (up to 4 per artist) displayed anywhere else in the building.
Participating Artists:
Joan Ades, Leah Brown-Klein, Diane Christi, Scott Clugstone, Frank D’Astolfo, Shellie David, Renée Englander, Rei Fraas, Peter Franceshetti, Wilda Gallagher, Judy Gerrard, Patti Gibbons, Polly Giragosian, Marilyn Hauser, Michael Hopkins, Deborah Keesee, Caroline Kelley, John Kleinhans, Jennifer Leighton, Mary Licause, Lois Linet, Harriet Livathinos, Maeve Maurer, Arzi McKeown, Linda Miller, Gloria Mirsky, Kerry Moskowitz, Nancy O'Hara, Joan Oliver, Carol Pepper Cooper, Frederika Ribes, Natalee Rosenstein, Meredith Rosier, Ann Sanger, Naomi Schechter, Laurie Sheridan, Susan Silverman, Terry Tomlinson, Ted Welch, Peg Wright
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Art Foray at Mohonk Mountain House
Art Foray at Mohonk Mountain House

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Art Foray at Mohonk Mountain House

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Art Foray at Mohonk Mountain House
Art Foray at Mohonk Mountain House

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Art Foray at Mohonk Mountain House
Art Foray at Mohonk Mountain House

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Craig Wood - My Antideluvian Baby, 12x15
Craig Wood - My Antideluvian Baby, 12x15

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Andrea McFarland - Lakeside Seat, pastel, 12x16.
Andrea McFarland - Lakeside Seat, pastel, 12x16.

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Marlene Wiedenbaum - Mohonk Wisteria
Marlene Wiedenbaum - Mohonk Wisteria

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Craig Wood - My Antideluvian Baby, 12x15
Craig Wood - My Antideluvian Baby, 12x15

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Wired Gallery presents 
ART FORAY at Mohonk Mountain House
The Affordable Art and Crafts Fair
Free and open to the public as part of "Community Week"
Show 1: December 10 - 13
Show 2: December 14 - 15
Hours: 10 - 6 PM daily
Exhibiting artists and artisans:
 
Scott Aurnou, Brinton Baker, Jane Bloodgood-Abrams, Bruce Bundock, Larry Chapman, Scarlet Crawford, Russell Cusick, Shellie David, Deena Feinberg, John Fischer, Lynne Friedman, Tarryl Gabel, Patti Gibbons, Deborah Goldman, Madlyn Goldman, Katherine Gray, Katie Grove, Keith Gunderson, Janet Gunderson, Robyn Henry, Dina Falconi & Wendy Hollender, Judith Hoyt, Nicole Jurain, Marsha Massih, Andrea McFarland, Tatiana Mitina, Cassi Ottulich, John G. Perrella, Bruce Pileggi, Lana Privitera, Marlo Richards, RoseAnna , Mitchell Saler, Karen Schaffel, Kaete Brittin Shaw, Lora Shelley, Eugene Stetz, April Warren, Claudia Waruch, Marlene Wiedenbaum, Andrea Wilson, and Craig Edward Wood.
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Marie Mastronardo at Wired Gallery
Marie Mastronardo at Wired Gallery

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Marie Mastronardo at Wired Gallery

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Marie Mastronardo at Wired Gallery
Marie Mastronardo at Wired Gallery

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Wired Gallery presents 
MARIE MASTRONARDO: A RETROSPECTIVE
A solo show of ceramic sculpture surveying the artist's 50-year career
October 28 - November 26, 2017

“Mastronardo’s figures seem to...float upward. Fragments of breast, a shoulder, a thigh, gradually free themselves from the clay form... Some of the figures are more stylized, but, seen in the context of all her work, they all flow in the same direction...”

-- Rich Corozine, Daily Freeman

 

Mastronardo arrived in Ulster County in November 1972 with a BA as an art major from Hunter College. She studied with Marshall Glasier, John Hovannes and “received enlightment” from Jose de Creeft.

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Roberto Azank at Wired Gallery
Roberto Azank at Wired Gallery

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Roberto Azank at Wired Gallery

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Roberto Azank, Still Life #214, with Apples, Oil on canvas, 24 x 34 in.
Roberto Azank, Still Life #214, with Apples, Oil on canvas, 24 x 34 in.

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Roberto Azank at Wired Gallery

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Wired Gallery presents 
ROBERTO AZANK: STILLS
A solo show of still lifes and other floral compositions by the New Paltz-based, Argentinean artist
September 30 - October 22, 2017
Roberto Azank’s canvases convey a sense of hyper-reality through his bold use of color, precise line and controlled composition. His rendering of common objects such as flowers, fruits and curvaceous vessels set against the background of almost fauvist bisected bold color planes is being exemplified by superb draftsmanship.
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Ulster Alums at Wired Gallery
Ulster Alums at Wired Gallery

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Ulster Alums at Wired Gallery

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Waruch, Claudia - Hay Crossing IV
Waruch, Claudia - Hay Crossing IV

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Ulster Alums at Wired Gallery

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Wired Gallery presents 
ULSTER ALUMS
An Exhibition of Select SUNY Ulster Alumni Career Artists
September 2 - 24, 2017

Displaying a stylistic range of artists with varying years of experience, Ulster Alums highlights seven SUNY Ulster Alumni artists who continue to produce art in their professional careers. Ulster Alums aims to promote SUNY Ulster’s successful art department and the positive influence it has on its local community of working artists.

 

The show is curated by a SUNY Ulster Alumni, Cheyenne Rossler.

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KATIE GROVE: WOVEN SPACES

August 5 - 27, 2017

A desire to observe nature closely and share what she discovers is what drives Hudson Valley artist Katie Grove. Her perceptive drawings, etchings, and mixed-media sculptures highlight the unseen and intricate details of the natural world. From meticulous drawings of the hundreds of pieces in a bird’s nest, to woven sculptures, which ask the viewer to look closer, her work has a strong sense of exploration and storytelling. She takes the perspective of a naturalist and an artist, creating pieces that aim to be both scientifically accurate and imaginative.

 

The work in this exhibition spans several years of her career and includes her Language of the Nest series, recent work in basketry and woven sculptures, and a selection of watercolor paintings from her Medicine Feathers collection. All are inspired by natural

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Wired Gallery presents 
XOX: LYNN HERRING’S NEWEST WORK
Printmaking and Sculpture
One Weekend Only! August 19-20, 2017

Wired Gallery will present XOX, "a show within a show" of Lynn Herring’s most recent printmaking and sculpture work.

 

The centerpiece of the exhibition is a big TIC TAC TOE game, of which Herring has derived prints and sculptural pieces of X’s and O’s in different colors and shapes.

 

In addition to those, the exhibition includes recent etching and serigraph prints unrelated to the tic tac toe game.

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GOLDEN AGE OF NEW PALTZ

July 1 - 30, 2017

The first installment of the group exhibition surveys artists who lived and worked in the New Paltz, NY area from the years 1959 to 1963 and includes works by:
 

PROFESSORS
Ben Bishop, Ilya Bolotowsky, Manny Bromberg, Edith Holt, Harry Hurwitz, Bob Schuler

 

STUDENTS:
Karen Avey, Rich Corozine, Patricia Herz Deahl, Robert Draffen, Shelley Farkas Davis, Orelle Feher, Bill Gersh, Marie Greene, Betty Greenwald, Adrian Guillery, Robert Jones, Sharon Barry Logan, Elaine Mars, Joan Melnick, Michael Norcia, Kristina Winika Paratore, Philip Carlo Paratore, Wayne Quinn, Eddie Samuels, Michael Soles, Art Stockin, Fran Sutherland, Beverly Wallace, Cynthia Winika, Frank Wright

RESIDENTS:
Gene Hines, Thadius F. Knaflewski

GOLDEN AGE OF NEW PALTZ - PART 2: Opening April 7, 2018

GOLDEN AGE OF NEW PALTZ - PART 3: Opening September 29, 2018

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