Adie Russell
Oct
4
to Oct 28

Adie Russell

Adie Russell is a multi disciplinary artist working in photography, video, drawing, and painting. She holds a BA/BFA from the Eugene Lang College/Parsons School of Design at The New School for Social Research. Russell has exhibited in the United States and Europe. She currently lives in Kingston, NY.

Statement

Adie Russell appropriates found imagery, using it as a background to experiments in abstraction. Exploring themes around the representational vs the abstract, direct perceptual experience vs the imaged world, landscape vs portrait, she generates tension between these opposing forces and creates an aesthetic of the in-between, where human emotion and alternate realities can be expressed.

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Theresa Drapkin: Answer Me That
Sep
1
to Sep 30

Theresa Drapkin: Answer Me That

Opening reception
Saturday September 1
5-7pm

Theresa Drapkin is a Kingston 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.

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Samantha French
Aug
4
to Aug 27

Samantha French

Opening Reception
Saturday, August 18, 2018
5 - 7pm

Artist Statement
"My current body of work is focused on swimmers underwater and above. Using vague yet consuming memories from my childhood summers spent immersed in the tepid lakes of northern Minnesota, I attempt to recreate the quiet tranquility of water and nature; of days spent sinking and floating, still and peaceful. These paintings are a link to my home and continual search for the feeling of the sun on my face and warm summer days at the lake. They are my escape, a subtle reprieve from the day-to-day. At the same time, I am drawn to an idealistic time before my own, where swim caps and wool swimsuits were commonplace. This combination of memory, observation and photography has allowed me to preserve the transitory qualities of water and remembrance."

About Samantha French
Born and raised in north central Minnesota, Samantha French graduated from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 2005. French’s current body of work explores the idea of escape, the tranquility and nostalgia for the lazy summer days of her childhood. The series is inspired by Samantha’s own reflections and memories of her childhood summers spent in the lakes of Northern Minnesota. French actively exhibits her paintings and is included in many private and public collections throughout the country while her work has garnered extensive international and national press. She is a full-time painter and keeps a studio in Brooklyn, New York.

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Lisa Golightly
Jul
1
to Jul 31

Lisa Golightly

Opening reception
July 7, 2018
5-8pm

Lisa Golightly is an artist living in Portland, Oregon. With a BFA in art, her initial focus was photography, the influence of which can be seen in her paintings. Her work revolves around memory and how snapshots shape, influence, change and even create memory. She works with acrylic and house paint,using found photos to create work that is both anonymous in nature but also very personal.

lisagolightlyart.com
@lisagolightlyart

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Sean Noonan: Things Beyond the Sun; Collage Painting & Monotypes
Jun
2
to Jun 30

Sean Noonan: Things Beyond the Sun; Collage Painting & Monotypes

Opening reception
Saturday June 9
5-7pm

About the Artist
Sean is a Kingston-based artist whose paper works have been heavily influenced by his travels, most notably a year spent teaching in Japan.

Combining painting, drawing, and simple printmaking techniques, his pieces are the process-driven result of and response to textures, angles, curves, edges, and masses that develop through an initial interaction with the material and space. Early crude forms are refined to reveal an inherent weight, texture, feeling, and personality.

A graduate of Pratt Institute, Sean is thrilled to be putting roots down in this vibrant, creative upstate NY community. Most recently, his work has been included in the “Made in New York” show at the Schweinfurth Art Center and the Roxbury Art Center.

seannoonanart.com
@past.the.sun

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Elisabeth Timpone: Forever in the Stream
May
5
to Jun 1

Elisabeth Timpone: Forever in the Stream

Elisabeth Timpone based this new collection of drawings on the beautiful essays by Mary Oliver called Upstream.

About the Artist
Elisabeth spends her time painting for MQuan Ceramics Studio, while also pursuing her personal work as an artist, birth doula, and amateur backpacker. 

Elisabeth lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

elisabethtimpone.com
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Steven Weinberg: More Fish
Apr
7
to May 4

Steven Weinberg: More Fish

Steven Weinberg returns to Clove & Creek with seventeen new watercolor paintings of the Catskill's beloved brookie trout.

About the Artist
Steven's trout paintings have been exhibited in the Catskills Fly Fishing Center and Museum and published in places such as Gray's Sporting Journal and Hyperallergic.

Besides painting fish, he also creates books for children.  Titles include Fred and The Lumberjack, You Must Be This Tall,  Rex finds and Egg! Egg! Egg, and Beard Boy.

stevenweinbergstudio.com

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Jan
13
to Feb 28

Emma Tuccillo: Interiors

    Emma Tuccillo is the Founder and Creative Director of And North, a guide to upstate New York, featuring the best of travel and lifestyle north of New York City. She lives in an 18th century goat barn in Hastings-on-Hudson with her boyfriend, Nick, and their cat named Cat.

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    Jul
    1
    to Sep 30

    Theresa Drapkin: Shut Up, Kiss Me, Hold Me Tight

    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. 

    theresadrapkin.com

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    Nov
    1
    to Nov 30

    Theresa Drapkin: New Works

    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. 

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    Nov
    1
    to Nov 30

    Christian Harder: Selected Works

    Christian Harder is a photographer whose work has been featured in such publications as Elle Decor, Architectural Digest, Conde Nast Traveler, Interior Design, NY Spaces, and the Edible Communities magazines.  He is also a contributing photographer to ELLE Magazine.  

    His Fine Art Photography is included in private, corporate, and public collections around the world.

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    May
    1
    to May 31

    Lisa Candela: Sayulita

    Exposure to the arts came early for Lisa Candela, born in La Jolla, CA in 1971. She would make annual solo trips to New York City, beginning at the age of 4, to spend the summers with her Grandmother Jeanne Thayer- a Life Trustee of the Museum of Modern Art. Lisa was also deeply inspired through the legacy created by her Great Grandfather, Rosario Candela, one of New York City’s greatest architects. Though it wasn’t until 1992 when her uncle gave her an old Nikon camera that her love for photography and career began. At night she studied photography at UCLA, and during the day, she developed hands on experience by working in a photo lab and documenting her friends- aspiring actors, musicians, models and dancers.

    Lisa’s portraiture work defined her as an artist with a unique style and a talent for capturing the true essence and eternal beauty of her subjects conveying intense emotion. She is best known for her vibrant, colorful, and vivid sensual imagery, documenting the Latin culture- Mexico, Costa Rica, Honduras and Peru. All of which she has exhibited throughout California, Mexico and New York.

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