Art Walk Kingston
“I can’t wait for this year’s Art Walk Kingston. This is an incredible event that features the diverse artists, performers, arts-based businesses and organizations who are contributing to and sustaining Kingston’s growth and creative renaissance. I encourage everyone to join me for a weekend full of beauty, creativity and community!” – Mayor Steve Noble
SEPTEMBER 22 – 23
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. The event will be held from 12 – 5pm each day and will feature over 130 artists showing work in nearly 60 private studios and galleries.
Use our ONLINE MAP while you’re out visiting the studios and galleries or pick up printed maps available now at: Catskill Art Supply, Hamilton & Adams, Rough Draft, ARTBAR, Monkey Joe, Village Coffee and Kingston Wine Co.
2018 PARTICIPATING ARTISTS
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Painting, Sculpture, Textile
About the Artist: Amy Coté grew up in Massachusetts and has a MFA in painting and drawing from SUNY New Paltz. She also studied painting and dance at Bennington College in Vermont, and Figuritve art at the New York Academy in NYC. She is interested in investigating the relationship between sculpture and painting; also in creating installations and wearable art-her work is inventive and often humorous.
ANGELA ROSE VOULGARELIS
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Painting
About the Artist: My work is influenced by incidents of human tragedy and my own personal landscape. I use found images as reference, and draw from childhood memories as source material. I juxtapose images, overlap shared experiences, perform private acts in public, and turn most paintings upside down to evoke non-narrative associations between historical events and my everyday life.
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Painting, Sculpture
About the Artist: Caitlin Ziegler-Horton is an illustrator, printmaker and self taught seamstress. She was born in Marbletown and became interested in visual art at an early age. She attended The Art Intensive at Millstreet Loft, has an AS in visual arts from SUNY Ulster and is currently working on her BFA in Printmaking at SUNY New Paltz. Her work focuses on self-portraiture and nature-inspired imagery in fabric, ink and found objects.
About the Artist: Charlotte Tusch has been a life-long artist, exploring many mediums and approaches to making art. Self-taught, she has always been committed to her unique approach to painting and continues to show and have representation by galleries throughout the New York area. For almost four decades she successfully curated and directed a gallery featuring fine art, while never losing sight of her commitment to creating art herself. “My paintings are molded by the emotional and intellectual experiences of my life. What is conveyed is the integrity of the moment. The works are atmospheric and mysterious in nature as well as sensual. The paintings have a slow, soft sense of movement. I work from an intuitive place, creating layers and allowing the moment to inform me. I’m amazed that whether I’m using a brush, palette knife, or pouring paint, my marks and gestures are uniquely my own and consistent. Abstraction has been the direction of my work for decades. I find it honest and perpetually changing, just as we all are.”
MEDIUM: Musical Instruments
About the Artist: Chris Andersen is a musician, musical instrument maker and designer. He currently is building marimbas, various percussion instruments and experimental pieces in Kingston. Recently he has been working on glass instruments inspired by the work of Ernst Chladni and the French Baschet brothers. Chris also introduced the steel pan to Bali 15 years ago. He created the company Bali steel pan, which now sell their hand pan instruments internationally. Locally he plays with the Catskill mountain gamelan, preforming traditional Sundanese music. Both on a traditional set of instruments from Indonesia and his own “portable” gamelan tuned to the Sundanese selendro scale.
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Painting
About the Artist: I am an artist who abstracts the landscape in order to find patterns in nature. I was strictly an abstract artist until I made the leap to explore the possibilities of incorporating the realistic image into the realm of the abstract. Trees have emerged as the motif in which I could explore that possibility. The tree in many ways can be seen as a figure or the vertical against the horizontal as in a common figure/ground relationship. Within this context I discover relationships between elements of the forest. Groupings, dynamics and subtext occur to me as the images emerge. The figure (tree) stands in the landscape but at the same time is the landscape itself. A very important consideration for me is the negative space. Branches create connections that are easily described by the graphic line. There are times I equate the branches to our own nervous system with synapse and transference of energy making the leap which creates cognitive thought. The tree is as connected to the air as it is the earth. The space between is as solid as the subject. New shapes emerge as result. Forms and patterns become apparent as one looks deeper into these forests.
DEBORAH MILLS THACKREY
MEDIUM: Photography, Textile
About the Artist: Deborah Mills Thackrey finds unusual patterns and textures in her travels, she photographs them and turns them into digitally printed textiles. From these patterns she designs anything from unique shoes, to scarves, bags, and upholstery fabric for her chalk painted, up cycled vintage chairs.
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Painting, Sculpture
About the Artist: I have been lucky to have good teachers, mentors and good friends, most of whom I met through the arts. I studied under Jerry Digiusto at Cortland. After Cortland I studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, Italy. Then I went to New Paltz to study sculpture and eventually Albany for a masters degree in information science. During the past 40 years most of my work was sculpture and installations. Recently I have been spending more time on painting and drawing. My work has been called metaphysical ,grassroots, introspective , mystical and religious. I once installed 100 empty lawn chairs at the Empire State Plaza in Albany on Veterans Day as a work of love. Lest We forget. Any success I have made in my creative ventures I would have to think my family and friends for their support. As we said in the Hippie Days.“Art it don’t hurt”.
About the Artist: Eighth Belle is a line of sustainable luggage, accessories and home goods handmade from repurposed sails. The artist, Korina Brewer draws inspiration from working on the water, maritime traditions and the materials themselves. Korina started sailing with her Grandfather when she was little and has continued to work on and around boats ever since. Her combined love of sailing and study of design led to the creation of this body of work. Her studio is located in the Ferrovia Studios building above Village Coffee in Midtown Kingston.
About the Artist: Freya DeNitto was born in Chicago and attended the Art Institute of Chicago art school from the age of 7 through college as well as the University of Chicago. She has lived in the Hudson Valley’s Ulster County for over 53 years. She has shown at the Kleinert gallery and at the Woodstock Artist’s Association, where she is represented in its permanent collection. She was co-chair along with Nancy Summers Angeloch, of the WAA for 6 years. Her work is in private and corporate collection across the US.
About the Artist: Born in the Bronx and raised in Somers NY Gene Gnida moved to Montreal Canada where he earned his degree in history and worked on his sculptures. Returned to NYC in the mid eighties he continued his sculptural and design work concentrating on furniture. Upon moving to the Hudson Valley in 1989 Gene began to explore new materials and processes and developed his work with clay and went on to win several awards for his ceramic sculptures. Furniture designer, ceramic and metal artist for most of his creative life, Gene Gnida
turned to Painting in 2009 and has not looked back since. Now living and working in Kingston NY.
HANS VAN MEEUWEN
MEDIUM: Sculpture, Drawing/Illustration
About the Artist: Hans van Meeuwen is a Kingston based, Dutch-born artist. Prior to New York he lived for fourteen years in Cologne, Germany. Van Meeuwen has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, Cologne, Bonn, the Netherlands, Belgium, and the Czech Republic. In addition to his sculptures, installations and drawings, van Meeuwen has designed several permanent public artworks.
About the Artist: James Martin is a New York artist living in Kingston. He works prolifically in many mediums including oil painting, watercolors, and lithograph printmaking. Since moving to Ulster County from NYC in 2009, he’s had solo exhibits at the Woodstock Artist Association and Museum, the Art Society of Kingston, MHV Credit Union, The Dog House Gallery, The Duck Pond Gallery, The Rosendale Cafe, The Lace Mill Main Gallery, and most recently, The Kingston Artist Collective.
About the Artist: I am an artist recently transplanted from Kingston to Shokan, where I have my (first) studio. Making art is a means for me to connect with visceral knowing, explore materials and processes, pursue inquiry, know myself, and experience wonder and awe – in short, to live and love life fully.
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Painting
About the Artist: Jane Bloodgood-Abrams continues the long history of landscape painting in the Hudson Valley, offering an update which focuses on the luminous mood and atmosphere of our region.
Jane’s work has been chosen for numerous regional, national, and international exhibitions, including the New York State Biennial, The Mohawk -Hudson Regional, The Bienniale in Florence Italy, as well as exhibitions in Austria and Germany. Jane has been inducted into the National Association of Women Artists and is listed in “Who’s Who in American Art.” Her works are included in numerous museum, corporate, and private collections and represented by galleries throughout the U.S.
About the Artist: Photographer, architect, and pilot Jeffrey Milstein has had a love for aircraft since childhood. After graduating from the University of CA, Berkeley, Milstein used his passion for flying to inspire his art. Milstein is known for his aerial shots of cities, as well as his photos of aircraft mid-flight. His work has been featured in publications such as the NY Times, Time, European Photography, and LA Times. It has been showcased in both the US and Europe and is represented by Kopeikin Gallery in LA, Benrubi Gallery in NYC, Bau-Xi Gallery in Toronto, and ARTITLEDcontemporary in the Netherlands.
About the Artist: Kara Eletto is a Kingston-based painter, from Galway, New York, who attended SUNY New Paltz to study visual arts. She also works as a hairstylist and Art director at Le Shag, and it allows her to create in the medium of hair. Kara is inspired by retro interiors, portrait photography, patterns, and used postcards for her artwork. The fragments of time, and lost memories found at yard sales are used as inspirations. Her curiosity in the notion of past lives guides the creation of her characters seen in her dreamscapes.
MEDIUM: Painting, Textile
About the Artist: I am a life-long artist and long-time Kingston resident, devoted to exploring the boundaries of the sacred and the profane, of beauty and utility. I love working with wax and color on paper, board, and fabric, where the textiles inform the paintings and the paintings inform the textiles.
About the Artist: In my practice I explore the figure in a variety of materials and methods. Through sculpture and painting I want to engage the viewer in a reflective visual dialogue that explores what it means to be human, fragile and simultaneously a part of and disconnected from one’s surrounding environment.
KINGSTON CERAMICS STUDIO
About the Artist: Kingston Ceramics Studio is a place for members and students to learn about and make pottery and ceramic sculpture.
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Painting, Printmaking
About the Artist: I have exhibited my artwork in the Hudson Valley since 1987. My political artwork was shown in the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Downtown, Manhattan; currently travelling in California. I painted community murals through CETA New Jersey and CityArts, NYC, in the 1970’s~80’s. My art graces many residences, businesses and schools, including the Hyde Park CIA. In the 1990’s I designed/painted sets for theater productions and ballet: including Kaatsbaan International Dance Center, Ulster Ballet, and the Woodstock Youth Theater. I currently make art and teach in my studio. 1975: BFA, Painting: Pratt Institute Brooklyn. 1995: Cobalt Studios Theater Scenic Degree. 2009: MFA, printmaking: SUNY New Paltz
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Mixed-Medium, Painting
About the Artist: Lindsey Wolkowicz is a multidisciplinary artist whose work explores the ways we build and occupy space through memory, perspective, relationship and psychodynamics. Both the influence of her hometown of Detroit, and her decade in New York City can be felt through the presence of grand, sometimes dilapidated, architectural lines in her work, as well as her awareness of the body in space. In her drawings, figure, surface, lines, geometry and color simultaneously interrupt and support one another. Within three-dimensional space, objects and architectural surrounds are constructed to promote a physical and evocative connection with the body of the viewer. While the human form as a subject moves in and out of the work, the human relationship to place is always present through scale, perspective, and associations with color, pattern and form. Drawing is at the center of her studio practice but Wolkowicz’s work also moves into the realm of sculpture, photography, and performance/video installation through ongoing collaborative projects with her partner Dillon Paul. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and she received her MFA in Painting/ Drawing from Pratt Institute in 2009. She recently moved from Brooklyn to Kingston, NY where she now works and lives with her partner and their daughter.
About the Artist: Lissa is a jeweler, model maker, and metalsmith, who teaches the many facets of stone setting at Hudson Valley Silverworks. Lissa received the Van Cleef & Arpels Design Award from the Fashion Institute of Technology upon graduation. Followed by working at VC&A as a designer and bench jeweler. She was a co-owner of the retail/wholesale jewelry company Spirit of Two, who sold their work to galleries across the United States. They maintained a gallery and studio in the Rondout section of Kingston, after moving the business up from the meatpacking district in Manhattan.
About the Artist: Hobby Potter who enjoys playing with clay! Work with my hands from young age, being a bakers bakers daughter. First profession is a Certified Dental Assistant, working in Cone Beam Tomagraphy, 3D imaging, along with 3 D printing. I destress by playing with clay!
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Mixed-Medium, Painting
About the Artist: I have been interested in making dimensional paintings for many years. I often work inn series. There are many series such as the cutout series, 4 floating panels, the zipper series. The latest is a series of 6 house shapes playing with primary colors along one horizontal line.
About the Artist: Marysa Sacerdote was born and raised in New York City. In her twenties she moved to Lawrence, Kansas and founded Healing Moon, a company specializing in artisan soaps and body care products. After many years of running a successful business, Marysa sold Healing Moon and went back to school at the University of Kansas, receiving her BFA in Metalsmithing in 2013. Marysa creates a unique line of jewelry that she sells both wholesale and retail, and has exhibited in places such as the Spencer Museum of Art. Marysa retuned to NY in 2017 and has made Kingston her home.
MATTHEW THOMAS TAYLOR
About the Artist: Hi, I’m Matt. I find people fascinating and I’ve been using photography to study them for the past 15 years. I believe everyone could benefit from forming a mission statement for their life and mine is currently the lofty goal of “helping unify society through art”…even if my imagery doesn’t end up uniting society, i hope it at least inspires you to do something constructive, like question your own place in the world.
MEDIUM: Mixed-Medium, Sculpture
About the Artist: To Do List:
(1) Clean out clutter, both physical and mental, in studio.
(2) Find material, a technique, a found object, or a tool, and explore the possibilities (what if?).
(3) Lead a healthier life.
(4) Take daily news a lot less seriously. It will all pass.
(5) Appreciate having a good pair of eyes and hands.
(6) Fix it or break it. If it can’t be finished, maybe burn it and film it.
About the Artist: Millicent Young was born in New York City in 1958 and attended at Dalton School where she began her art study. Shortly after receiving her MFA from James Madison University, she received her first of two Professional Fellowship Awards from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Exhibiting widely, her work has been recognized by curators and directors from institutions including DIA, New Museum, and Whitney Museum. Young’s work received a top award at the 2005 Biennale in Florence, Italy. Young recently returned to teaching at Vermont College of Fine Arts, a low residency MFA program.
MEDIUM: Jewelry, Ceramics, Painting, Beauty and home decor
About the Artist: Morgan Mikula is about shifting boundaries between natural, unearthed elements and traditional fine jewelry techniques. She finds inspiration from every corner of the earth, and paints a picture in her work. Each piece of jewelry is designed with a story to tell. It’s up to the wearer to discover it.
MEDIUM: Ceramics, Jewelry, Mixed-Medium, Painting, Textile
About the Artist: Neville Bean is an art director with extensive experience in fashion design, branding and product development in New York City, recently relocated to the beautiful Rondout. ONE is a series of small collections… All one of a kind… All handmade… inspired by a deep love of the art of the handmade… with an eye to texture, form and color juxtapositions. Included are hand painted scarves and handbags collaged in sumptuous fabrics. Pottery is another side of Ms. Bean’s artistic life. Her latest work explores materials and mood with glazed and oxidized stoneware ceramic paintings and striking art pins.
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Painting, Collage
About the Artist: Patti Gibbons has spent most of her life residing in and being inspired by the Catskills and Hudson Valley, a place that has captured both her heart and creative muse. Immersed in the arts from an early age, she has shown her work regionally and internationally, and has been an working artist for over 40 years. Patti’s narrative works explore the natural and subconscious world through collage, drawing, and painting.
“The studio is a dream world. Once the door is closed the outside world shut out, it is an escape to a place of wonder, exploration, and healing.
About the Artist: Rebecca Morton was born in Lewisburg, PA. She earned her MFA from the State University of New York at New Paltz and BFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. In 2002 she participated in an International China Ceramic Cultural Exchange where she traveled throughout China and spent time working at the Sanbao Ceramic Art Institute at Jingdezhen. She has exhibited her work throughout the United States. She is currently living in Kingston, NY.
About the Artist: Kingston-based illustrator, children’s author, and museum exhibition designer, Redsharkboy has been working as an artist since 2003. Through installations, products, stories, and art, Redsharkboy sets out to create work that helps viewers unlock their dreams and unleash their creativity. With the help of his friends (both real and imaginary) Redsharkboy hopes to remind the world that imagination really can make a difference!
About the Artist: A graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and the University of ? Pennsylvania (BFA), Robert has exhibited works in the Philadelphia area and more recently at The Woodstock Artists Association and Museum (WAAM); The Wired Gallery in High falls, NY; Artbar and the Shirt Factory in Kingston, NY (where he currently lives and maintains a studio).
About the Artist: Robert Wogan’s light installations have illuminated abandoned industrial structures and discarded modes of transportation in Europe, Asia and across the United States. Wogan’s installations shed light on the precariousness of the environment that surrounds us everyday and question how something of such purpose could be left for entropic demise. As we allow the past to fade into the background, light brings the past back into the foreground. This exhibit will take place in the Fuller Building, repurposed for artist studios and local maker spaces by Dutton Architecture. This is the first exhibit within this newly repurposed building, which was the site of the historic Fuller Shirt Factory.
About the Artist: Ronald DeNitto is a product of New York City. He attended The High School of Music and Art; The Art Students League, where he studied with Yasuo Kuniyoshi; and Queens College, where he studied with John Ferren. He also studied in California at The Chouinard Art Institute and at The School of The Art Institute of Chicago. He presently lives in the Hudson Valley where he has exhibited widely as he has throughout the country. In New York City he was represented by the Sindin Galleries and upstate in Woodstock by the Polari Gallery and Woodstock Artist Association. His work is in both private and corporate collections here and abroad.
MEDIUM: Mixed-Medium, Collage
About the Artist: NYC born and bred. Vieques, Puerto Rico 10 yrs. Artist probably pre-embryo. Imagining stories continually in order to survive being human….collaging the pieces to make more room within.
About the Artist: Sara has been creating fused (kiln fired) glass for many years, designing and making Jewish Ritual Objects, Home Accessories and Jewelry. Their work can be found in galleries and craft shops throughout the United States, as well as in Japan, Hong Kong, England, South Africa and Australia. Special Collections include an ornament for the White House, Washington DC (now in the Clinton Library), and an Eternal Flame sculpture for the Kingston City Hall, Kingston, NY.
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Painting, Texitle
About the Artist: Of a multigenerational family of artists we present a father and daughter art show. Scot is currently working in textiles as a fabric dyer designing and producing garments and tapestries. Caitlin is producing illustrations and paintings and currently attending New Paltz college.
MEDIUM: Jewelry, Mixed-Medium
About the Artist: Welcome to Sherri Cohen Design! From whimsical hearts to spiritual items, my collection incorporates sterling silver, gold, and semi-precious gems, along with natural local and exotic woods and recycled materials. My unique art captures my awe of nature, the human spirit and enduring love. My ceremonial objects celebrate life cycles are sure to become the heirlooms and keepsakes of tomorrow. Over 20 years of creativity began with my BFA from Virginia Common wealth University. Several years ago I began creating ceremonial objects to celebrate the cycle of life within the Judaic tradition. My work has been exhibited throughout the country in galleries and museum shops as well as in private collections internationally.
About the Artist: During my foundation year in college I was introduced to a variety of media but it was clay that understood me best. I’ve been working in clay off and on for over 30 years. Sometimes life gets in the way, but clay always comes back around. My current work explores the parts and pieces of life that we experience as we travel through our days. Sometimes pieces break off and are left behind while others come together and create something new. It’s the pieces themselves- these shards of life- that make us who we are.
About the Artist: As a sculptural and functional ceramic artist, my work is always evolving. I abhor making duplicates finding that turns my joy in creating into a chore. This joy keeps me in my studio. An invitation in early spring to participate in a group show based on the quote by Marc Chagall, “Great art picks up where nature ends.” came just as was going to visit Colorado for the first time. There I became enchanted with aspen’s striking black and white patterns. This has spark a new body of work as I try to capture the textural beauty of aspen’s bark.
About the Artist: Born in Tel-Aviv, Israel, Talya moved to London and worked in advertising. In 1976 she worked for CBS News in Tel-Aviv until she moved to work for CBS News in NYC. In 1984 began developing her wearable objects body of work. Exhibiting, selling, nationally and internationally; receiving awards and grants and widely published. Received a NYFA fellowship in 2007 and was juror for NYFA sculpture/craft in 2011. Joined efforts with Gene Gnida, established Baharal-Gnida Designs – a studio jewelry design collection selling throughout the US while living and maintaining studios in the Hudson Valley, NY. Moved to Maine in 2012 and began to focus exclusively on painting. Now back in the Hudson Valley painting in Kingston, NY.
About the Artist: Theresa Drapkin is a New York based artist who works primarily in pastel. Her still life paintings are hardly quiet or traditional. The pieces are heavily saturated and casually representational. There is a focus on color relations. Theresa has an MFA from Pratt Institute and is open to commissions and collaborations.
About the Artist: In addition to my fine art photography, my studio is working to bring back an appreciation for having your portrait made through the use of antiquarian photographic techniques. The wet plate collodion process is one of the earliest forms of photography and leaves you with a beautiful, handmade, one of a kind image. In a time of endless selfies, existing only on your phone and in the cloud, I push to leave something real and special for our future generations.
MEDIUM: Sculpture, Photography
About the Artist: My name is Tyler Borchert. I am a local artist from the community of Kingston. I have been building sculptures on Dock St, since St Patrick’s Day of 2010, I call this my live changing art. I balance stick and stones and change it every Sunday. Many people have seen my stacked rocks or my mosaic sculptures of drift wood all around Ulster, Green, and Columbia counties. My business is called Stone Styling by Tyler. I hike all around the area and find photographic backgrounds to build sculptures. I sell these photos and the actual sculptures as well, often times having to remove them from the wilderness and lock them together again. I also make furniture out of nature as well as produce toxic free products for home Decor. My objective is to recycle nature and create objects that you need to use your imagination to see.
ZELDA (aka Judith Z. Miller)
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Painting, Performance, Photography, Sculpture
About the Artist: Zelda (aka Judith Z. Miller) is a multifaceted artist who lives in an erotic, musical, spiritual universe. As a feminist Jew who studies shamanism, she is inspired by the beauty of nature and the guiding force of her intuition as she explores the themes of connection to the Earth, spirituality, sexuality and gender. She sculpts, draws, writes, performs, photographs, and is an ecstatic dancer/percussionist/healer. Zelda has lovingly transformed her apartment at the Lace Mill into a shamanic healing space with hand-carved trees flying in mid-air from the vaulted ceilings surrounded by photographs of nature, spiritual self-portraits, collages, and mannequins decorated with healing amulets. Zelda co-founded The Fine Line Actors Theatre in Washington DC and performed at such venues as Source, GALA Hispanic Theatre and the Kennedy Center in DC, in NYC at WOW Café Theatre and Dixon Place, and with the TMI Project in Kingston. Currently Zelda is workshopping Que Será, Será (Whatever Will Be, Will Be), a multi-media one-person show that chronicles the joys and challenges of navigating non-binary Queerness from a childhood in the 1950s to adulthood. She published in Inside Arts magazine, The Washington Post, and American Theatre magazine. Zelda currently resides at the Lace Mill artist residence in Kingston NY with her Great Dane “Z.”
2018 PARTICIPATING GALLERIES
ART SOCIETY OF KINGSTON
MEDIUM: Ceramics, Painting, Sculpture
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: ASK members group show and Matthew Zappala.
About the Gallery: The Arts Society of Kingston’s (ASK), utilizing its organization, expertise, and facilities, acts as an umbrella to foster and promote the arts in Kingston and the Mid-Hudson Valley.
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: King Norman, Rebecca Shippee, Doug Shippee Kiernan Pazdar.
About the Gallery: New Kingston Gallery. A project of The Rhinebeck Artist’s Shop.
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Mixed-Medium
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Rebecca Hellard, Chris Seubert, Teen Art Lab, Kaitlin Patterson,Wayne Montecalvo, Warren Perrins, Dean Jones.
About the Gallery: The D.R.A.W. is a community of artists, educators, entrepreneurs and students whose goal is to create art experiences that build community.” The [email protected] offers classes, exhibition opportunities, job training in the arts, and free programs for teens and pre-teens.
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Mixed-Medium
WEBSITE: GALLERY 21
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: : Leslie Bender, Amy Pekal, & Tracy Bouvette
About the Gallery: Gallery 21 is located on Kingston’s Historic Waterfront! We will be proudly exhibiting the works of 3 local artists. Follow our Gallery 21 FB page for their bios and a sneak peek of their paintings!
HUDSON VALLEY LGBTQ COMMUNITY CENTER
MEDIUM: Drawing/Illustration, Mixed-Medium, Painting
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Joseph Radoccia presents, “Becoming Elders: Portraits of LGBTQ Elders”
About the Gallery: The Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center proudly partners with Arts Mid-Hudson to showcase lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) artists from the Hudson Valley region and beyond. We feature visual art, theatrical performances, readings, and workshops exploring diverse LGBTQ experiences. The Center strives for positive social change through advocacy, community education, cultural awareness, the arts, and wellness programs.
HUDSON VALLEY SILVERWORKS
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Raychel Wengenroth, Lissa Queeney, Sara Beames, Sherri Cohen, Marysa Sacerdote
About the Gallery: Hudson Valley Silverworks is a Jewelry & Silversmithing school located in the Shirt Factory. We welcome the public to come visit the studio, watch live demonstrations and see beautiful handmade jewelry works for sale by several local jewelers!
THE IDEA GARDEN
MEDIUM: Photography, Painting
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Matthew Thomas Taylor, Nicole Aulicino
About the Gallery: The idea garden is a place to cultivate collaborations towards positive community action, hold events and workshops, and share art. Our mission is to facilitate the development and execution of ideas at the individual, small group, and community level.
KINGSTON DESIGN CONNECTION
MEDIUM: Ceramics, Mixed-Medium, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Textile, Furniture
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Kelli Galloway – Hops Petunia, Scott Zimmer – Zimmer Gardens, Michael Van Nort, Charles Farruggio – FRED, Margie Strange – South Manor, Maryline Damour – Damour Drake, Amanda Riha, Kymien Nguyen, Christine Edwards, Kate Cummings – Freestyle Restyle, bluecashew, Jay Teske Leather Co., Eight Belle, Kat Howard, Carla Rozman
About the Gallery: Kingston Design Connection connects Hudson Valley designers to each other and to the growing Kingston design scene through the Kingston Design Showhouse, October 5-28, 2018. Art Walk weekend will be a “sneak peek” preview opportunity prior to the full opening.
KINGSTON POP MUSEUM
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Keith Haring, Eugene Stetz, Andy Warhol, Scott Ackerman, Paul Heath, Will Teran, Alvaro, Lenny Pisaniello, Timothy DeanLee, Antonio Lopez
About the Gallery: After three years of construction, we are finally ready to open our doors to the world with Art, Fashion, Music, Performance, and much Love.
MAD GALLERY AT THE LACE MILL
MEDIUM: Ceramics, Drawing/Illustration, Mixed-Medium, Painting, Photography, Sculpture
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Carolyn Dickey, Judith Zelda Miller, Rebecca Morton, Mercedes Cecili, Lori Erbes, Chris O’Neal, Michael Porter, Prudence Haze, Rich Cai, Lynn Herring, Rosalie Frankel, James Martin, Priscilla Derven, Ray Curran, Sydney Maresca, Kelly MccGrath, Lanette Hughes, James Porter
ONE MILE GALLERY
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Tara Fracalossi / Thomas Lail: The World Comes To Us
About the Gallery: One Mile Gallery lives in one of the few remaining 18th century buildings in the historic “Rondout” neighborhood of Kingston, New York. The gallery represents both local and international artists, some well-established, some not.
REZNY STUDIO GALLERY
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Corey Arnold, Brenda Barcel, Alva Bernadine, Margaret Bourke-White, Elinor Carucci, Daesha Devon Harris, John Huba, Kenro Izu, Yumiko, Raymond Jacobs, William Klein, Oliver Klink, Eliott Landy, Jungjin Lee, Arthur Leipzig, Lisa Levine, Leon Levinstein, Vivian Maier, Mary Ellen Mark, Janice Mehlman, Ray K. Metzker, Joel Meyerowitz, John M. Miller, Jeffrey Milstein, Ber Murphy, Ruben Natal-San Miguel, Arnold Newman, Matthew Pillsbury, Colleen Plumb, Terrence Reese, Justine Reyes, Aaron Rezny, Joanne Savio, Valerie Staff, Ernest Stone, Allan Tannenbaum, Martin Weber, Weegee, Minor White, and more.
About the Gallery: The Center for Photography at Woodstock together with Rezny Studio Gallery celebrates CPW’s 40th Award & Benefit Auction with a preview exhibition featuring 57 artists. A mixture of contemporary and classic photographs, this exhibition features household names such as Berenice Abbott, Margaret Bourke-White, Ray K. Metzker, Vivian Maier and Weegee, together with contemporary greats such as Jeffrey Milstein, Kenro Izu, Elinor Carucci and Matthew Pillsbury. Visitors will be able to place bids on the auction art. In addition, CPW will offer framed photographs for $50 each. You can also have your tintype portraits made by local artist Tom DeLooza for $45. The benefit auction will take place one week after Art Walk on September 29.Proceeds benefit CPW’s artist programs, such as exhibitions and residency program.
THE STOREFRONT GALLERY
MEDIUM: Mixed-Medium, Photography
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Robert Pucci, Erik Richards
About the Gallery: Owner, Nancy Donskoj and curator, Jennifer Schimmrich welcomes you to The Storefront Gallery, a contemporary art gallery featuring artists from the Hudson Valley and beyond.
MEDIUM: Art Dolls & Figurative Sculpture, Ceramics, Jewelry, Mixed-Medium, Sculpture, Textile
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Sue Cannella, Ileana Hernandez Carafas, Patricia Davis, D’Votional Art, Denise Giardullo, Barbara Jones, Kenkin Dolls, Alexandra Wilde Langley, Maria Markovich, Maggie Newman, Anne Pike-Tay, Deborah Robinson, Dallas Sills, Elizabeth Soldan , Lisa Starger, Suji, Karen B. Van Etten. Sound Sculpture/Music Design: Hans ten Broeke
About the Gallery: Entering its third year in uptown Kingston, Uncanny Gallery is at a new location on 318 Wall Street. The gallery features one-of-a-kind art dolls and figurative sculpture by more than a dozen artists, presenting an eclectic selection of fine art in this genre —from the whimsical and beautiful to the disquieting and sublime.
2018 SPECIAL EVENTS
ART PROJECT SOLUTION
About the Event: This is a special exhibit presented by the nonprofit, The Project Solution. Featuring a series of photographs created by young artists ages 11 – 13 from India and Cameroon.
CENTER FOR CREATIVE EDUCATION
About the Artist: The Center for Creative Education (CCE) is a nonprofit community center for arts, wellness and creative education. CCE’s mission is to enrich the social and cultural awareness of our youth and community through arts, wellness and education.
IDEA GARDEN – MAKE AN UPCYCLED PHOTO COASTER
About the Event: Want to create a zero waste art project of your own? Please join us any time during Art Walk at the idea garden, 346 Broadway, for a fun, interactive project. We will supply the materials, almost all of which were donated to us (and likely saved from the trash bin)! You will walk away with one coaster mounted with a custom image of your choosing. Your coaster will be extra special if you bring a 4″ x 4″ (ish) image with you; it can be a photograph, a drawing you love, a piece of a map, a page from a magazine- whatever you wish! Just come have fun making a small art project of your own! All ages are welcome, and there is a resident dog in the space (she does require belly rubs from most visitors).
KINGSTON WINE CO. – WINE TASTING
About the Event: As you’re strolling along Broadway in the Rondout Neighborhood of Kingston, visiting the galleries and local studios, stop in and join us for a wine tasting! This special event is FREE and will only be held on Saturday between 1-3pm.
O+ MURAL TOUR
About the Event: Experience the incredible mural work across the city on this two hour O+ midtown mural tour and pub crawl. The tour starts at Keegan Ales at 5pm on Saturday 9/22 and will end at the Anchor.
About the Organization: O+ (pronounced oh positive) is a cultural and wellness organization that supports the health of underinsured artists and musicians. They do this at festivals at which they exchange art-making and performances for wellness services that are donated by doctors, dentists, and complementary care providers. This Oct. 5-7, O+ enters into its 9th year, and there are currently 29 O+ murals in Kingston that feature the work of local and national artists.
ROUGH DRAFT – BAGELS & BOOKS
About the Event: Fuel up for your walk with some fresh handmade bagels from Bread Lab starting at 11am on Saturday. Or stop in throughout the weekend for a drink while browsing through the curated selection of art books chosen just for us!
THE D.R.A.W. – PRINTMAKING DEMO & MAKE A JOURNAL
About the Event: Saturday 9/22 1-4pm: Printmaking demonstration, handmade books and a chance to make your very own journal as well as live music. Sunday 9/23 2-4pm: make your own journal station.
ZELDA’S INTERACTIVE ART HAPPENING
MEDIUM: Performance. Interactive Art.
WEBSITE: Facebook Event Link
About the Event: The public is invited to a special Artwalk interactive Happening celebrating spiritual connection through the Body in ZELDA’S (aka Judith Z. Miller’s) home/studio at the Lace Mill. Attendees will enjoy live percussion, black-light body-painting, dancing, refreshments, and the opportunity to view ZELDA’S collage ‘My G-d’ under black light. Guest drummer/percussionist Bobby Sabella performs with percussionist Bryan Henry as the duo Mianbe. Bobby is a studio/live performer who has been on the scene for 35 years working with the likes of John Patitucci, (Chick Corea), Bob Mayo (Peter Frampton),Tony Purrone (The Heath Brothers), Hugh McDonald (Bon Jovi) Andy Snitzer (The Rolling Stones), and Chip Taylor (Wild Thing, Angel of the Morning). Body-painters include Rut Flores, a native from Argentina who holds a Master Degree in Architecture from Buenos Aires and a Fine Arts Degree from Madrid, Spain; SNOWBANKS a Brooklyn-based artist who works on both on-canvas and on-bodies and sees the body as a fluid canvas, and Tania Trowbridge, who is fascinated with the beauty in nature, photography, and the dynamics of the human form. Tania is a professional Tattoo Artist/owner of Metamorphosis Tattoo in Kingston. Experience the music and art in ZELDA’s apartment lovingly transformed into a shamanic healing space with hand-carved trees flying in mid-air from the vaulted ceilings surrounded by photographs of nature, spiritual self-portraits, collages, and mannequins decorated with healing amulets. Bring something to share: a poem, a story, a dance, instruments, food/drinks – and your camera/phone to document the event. Other artists to be announced – plus YOU! For adults only (21+). No dogs please.