Columbia County Plein Air Artists to Exhibit Works at Columbia Greene Community College’s Kaaterskill Gallery

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Evening Bloom Olana by Eden Hart 

The Columbia County Plein Air Artists will be exhibiting their works at Columbia Greene Community College’s Kaaterskill Gallery from November 1–30, 2019. An Artists’ Reception will take place on Thursday, November 7,  which the public is invited to partake in refreshments and meet the artists while taking in the breathtaking landscapes of beautiful Columbia County and surrounding areas.

Exhibition includes works by: Paul Barton, Richard Bazelow, Brenda Bertin, Arlene Boehm, Susanna Grannis, Helen Hamel, Eden Hart, Kathie Mock, Martha Morano, Noel Phillips, Lori Rothstein, Debbie Shaw, Cecelia Sinclair, Silvana Tagliaferri and Audrey Wyman.

About Columbia County Plein Air Artists:

Columbia County Plein Air Artists was formed in 2013, following in the tradition of famed Hudson River School artists such as Thomas Cole and Frederic Church. Members engage with the region’s storied artistic heritage while interpreting the landscape for 21st century audiences. Working in any and all mediums—oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, pencil, photography–members share the common passion of working outdoors (en plein air) to capture the changing light and colors of Columbia County and the surrounding areas.

DATE/TIME:
Reception: Thursday, November 7, 2019 / 5 – 7pm

Gallery Hours: Monday – Thursday, 8am – 9 pm; Friday, 8am – 5pm; Saturday, 9am – 5pm. Closed Sundays.

LOCATION:
Kaaterskill Gallery at Columbia-Greene Community College
4400 Route 23
Hudson, NY 12534

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