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AMH Gallery Exhibits

Kinship

Kinship: The Inspiration of Artistic Connection Virtual Gallery

Curated by Ransome “Our families, our friends, our teachers: kinships are the connections that orient us and guide us in our lifetimes. In my art-making, too, I have discovered kinships—sometimes in artists whose work I have admired from a distance, other times in those who have become my good friends.”

Art Walk Kingston

Art Walk Kington Virtual Gallery

Due to the unprecedented events we are all facing with the coronavirus, this year’s event will be limited to private exhibition spaces, galleries, and a special online, virtual gallery. Help support our creative community by marking your calendars and joining us to celebrate the artists and arts businesses in Kingston, NY.

Block of 4 images, an iron sculpture, motorcycle sculpture, cubed paper and circular painting

Look Back in Wonder

Look Back in Wonder is an online exhibit hosted by Arts Mid-Hudson and curated by Elisa Pritzker and Greg Slick. Look Back in Wonder deals with the constant human quest through time and how artists respond to it. Whether personal, social or anthropological, the artists’ approach to the past through various media has one thing in common: who are we and where do we come from?

 

Promotional Image:

Top Row – Xuewu Zheng (left), Carole Kunstadt (right)
Bottom Row – Daniel Giordano (left), Laura Gurton (right)  

 

 
 
Artwork by Kyra Husbands

Reflection

Reflection is an online exhibit hosted by Arts Mid-Hudson and curated by Marline A. Martin. Black History Month is an important opportunity for us to celebrate the important contributions and achievements of African Americans throughout our history. Now more than ever we must raise our voices to celebrate and where necessary, insist, that society continues to recognize black artists, educators, culture and tradition.

 

Promotional Image by Kyra Husbands

 

 
 

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