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Susan Sabino

“Ethereal”
An Evening of Imagery, Celtic Harp and Chocolate


Artist Reception: Friday, August 8, 2014, 4 – 7 pm

Inner Vision Studio
corner of Cone Hill Rd. and Furnace Rd.
West Stockbridge, MA
(1 mile north of West Stockbridge center) (413) 232-4027


Inner Vision Studio presents "Ethereal", an evening of imagery, hand crafted celtic harps, and music. CCCA member Susan Sabino will be showing works of abstract botanicals and landscape photography alongside artist and owner of Inner Vision Studio, Karen Andrews, showing a mix of sketches, paintings, and photographs.

• Imagery: Susan Sabino and Karen Andrews • Music: Carol Emanuel • Celtic Harp: Michael Costerisan

Works above by Susan Sabino

To view more works by Susan Sabino, visit http://sabinosjs.wix.com/sabinoartphotography


Marlene Wiedenbaum

“Summer in the Hudson Valley”
A Group Show of 20 Hudson Valley Artists


Exhibition Dates: July 19 — August 30, 2014

Opening Reception: Sat., July 19, 5:00 – 7:00 pm

Mark Gruber Gallery
17 New Paltz Plazza
New Paltz, NY
(845) 255-1241


The essence of summer is captured in this group salon show. Languid sultry days, severe summer weather, the unforgettable Hudson Valley skies, are all here represented by the region’s finest artists. It's simply amazing what Marlene Wiedenbaum can do with pastels!

Artwork above: “Sunset at Dubois Road II” pastel, 12"x 24" by Marlene Wiedenbaum

To view more works by Marlene Wiedenbaum, visit www.wiedenbaum.com


Lynne Bolwell

“ARTISTS PALETTE: where Death Valley meets New York”
Watercolors


Exhibition Dates: July 19 — August 31, 2014

Opening Reception: Sat., August 9, 5:00 – 7:00 pm

Columbia County Chamber of Commerce
1 North Front Street
Hudson, NY
(518) 828-4417

Sponsored by CCCA


ARTISTS PALETTE is an overlook in Death Valley where iron and mica leave a “palette ” of reds, pinks, yellows and purples. Bolwell uses her “desert paints”, made of ground minerals such as bronzite, bauxite, hematite, turquoise, garnet and pipestone to capture the beauty. She has painted with these paints extensively, “on location”, throughout the Mojave and Sonoran Deserts. However, when she returns to the Hudson Valley, she “switches it up” to paint equally expressive watercolors with a much more traditional palette. This is an opportunity to see “on location” paintings from both paintboxes.

Artwork above: “Artists Palette” watercolor, 9"x 12" by Lynne Bolwell

To view more works by Lynne Bolwell, visit www.lynnebolwell.com



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