SEPTEMBER 23 – 24, 2017
About the Art Walk
Art Walk Kingston is a celebration of the arts and the local community. Over the course of two days, visitors and local residents are invited to explore three distinct areas of the city of Kingston and immerse themselves in a range of art and events. Paintings, photographs, drawings and sculptures are just some of the mediums that will be on display at home studios and galleries across the city performers are invited to schedule performances to include during the tour. Whether you have a few hours or a full day, the event weekend will offer a broad range of art and activities for everyone. Artist Registration Information
2017 PARTICIPATING ARTISTS
ARTIST: CHARLOTTE TUSCH
About the Artist: My paintings are molded by the emotional and intellectual experiences of my life. What is conveyed is the integrity of the moment. I regard paintings as living entities that interact in quietly yet have strong impact. My work is atmospheric and mysterious in nature and I like to allow one’s imagination to lead the way.
ARTIST: HARRIS DIAMANT
MEDIUM: DRAWING/ILLUSTRATION, SCULPTURE
About the Artist: Harris Diamant – Newly arrived in Kingston after a lifetime in New York City, sculptor Harris Diamant lives and works in the Rondout. “Heads” have been Diamant’s subject for the past 30 years. His heads are sculpted, carved and drawn. Showing frequently on both coasts of the U.S., Diamant is seeking representation close to his new home.
ARTIST: NEVILLE BEAN
MEDIUM: PAINTING, TEXTILE, CERAMICS
About the Artist: Neville Bean relocated to Kingston, NY this past year. She has an extensive background in fashion, graphic and product design in NYC. One body of work out of the new studio is a project called ONE…One of a kind and handmade accessories. As a collagist, Neville is inspired by the textiles, her vintage button collection and a deep love of the art of the handmade. She also creates in high fire stoneware, hand built and wheel thrown. Her interest in textures and surfaces is evident in her stoneware vessels, inlaid glaze techniques and oil stick paintings on stoneware “canvases”.
ARTIST: NORMAN DARVIE
MEDIUM: PAINTING, DRAWING/ILLUSTRATION, SCULPTURE
About the Artist: I have been painting since childhood and am self taught, working in oil, acrylic, pastel, watercolor, penned ink and graphite. Crafting model airplanes and boats was also a favorite pastime. At retirement I started sculpting as I was attending courses at the Art Students League in the City where I am a lifetime member and elected member of The American Artists Professional League. I concentrated on learning the structure of the human anatomy, particularly in ecorche, anatomy drawing and stone carving focusing on the human figure in motion. I carve in stone and model in clay and wax. Several of my pieces are bronzed.
ARTIST: ROSALIE FRANKEL
About the Artist: Born n bred in NYC. Lived/worked in Vieques, PR.for 11 years. Been clipping,snipping, gluing, creating visual poetry since age 5. I free each image and place them in a new life. Making art comes to me constantly. We think we’re immortal until we’re not.
I am lucky because I have /am art. Art is the world inside me. My art transubstantiates…it is my way of living through the feelings of life, evolving and not being afraid of things. When I make art, I am in the art.
ARTIST: SARA BEAMES
About the Artist: Our fused (kiln fired) glass designs combine many techniques, varied materials and multiple firings to create a contemporary and elegant Judaica & Jewelry. Simple, yet elegant, there is a little serendipity in each piece, no two are exactly alike.
Are you a local artist who is ready to sign up for this exciting weekend? Registration is open to artists who live within the city of Kingston, NY or who produce their art within the city of Kingston. There is a non-refundable $20.00 fee to participate in the event. In addition we are offering a $65.00 ‘Super Participant’ level registration which includes a t-shirt or tote bag and an ad space on the printed map.What you receive as a participating artist:
- Name and an image of your work listed on the Art Walk Kingston website along with a link to your personal website (or other online site)
- Short bio listed on the Art Walk Kingston website
- Listing on the Art Walk Kingston Facebook page leading up to the event weekend
- Postcards provided for you to hand out or place at your studio to advertise the event
- Signage on the weekend to mark your studio/gallery.
- Artists who register before the September 6 deadline will have their details added to the printed Art Walk Kingston map registrants after that date will be listed online.
What you need to have ready prior to online registration:
- A short bio (under 100 words)
- One photograph that best represents the work you will have on display for the art walk weekend
- Payment to complete the registration
Interested in becoming one of the event sponsors or signing up for an ad space on our printed map? Our 2016 event was the largest art walk in the Hudson Valley with over 70 participating artists and we expect 2017 to be even better! Check out our Sponsorship Opportunities.
If you have any questions about the event or if you are interested in helping us out as a volunteer, email us at: email@example.com
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