Clermont State Historic Site presents Springtime Story Hour on Saturday the 17th. Join one of Clermont’s costumed interpreters as they read spring themed stories in person.
Children must be accompanied by an adult, and an adult must be accompanied by a child. Attendance will be limited to aid in social distancing.
PLEASE NOTE: Clermont follows all NYS Department of Health guidelines for safety during the COVID 19 pandemic. Masks and social distancing will be required of all tour participants until these guidelines are lifted by New York State Parks.
DATE/TIME: Saturday, April 17, 2021 / 2pm
LOCATION: Clermont State Historic Site
1 Clermont Ave
Germantown, NY 12526
Window On Hudson presents Jeannie LoVullo “Celestial Existence” on display now through May 3, 2021. Jeannie LoVullo has created her largest, most complex paintings to date for this multi-dimensional and energetic exhibition. At the center of the installation are several intricately painted three foot mandalas, each bursting with patterns, color and texture. These large discs are suspended above a variety of other equally detailed canvases and painted objects.
LoVullo explains, “With my art I try to express positivity. I want to create a world of vibrant colors and fantasy. When I paint within a circle the viewer can not find a beginning or an end. There is only a continuous image reminding us that everything in life is connected. I fill the paintings with intricate details in order to remind us that life is full of many little moments. Unless you take the time to look closely at these details, these moments, they may go unnoticed. I paint every day, striving to share my vision of a world full of love, passion, whimsy, depth, beauty,
honesty, and laughter.”
Jeannie LoVullo was born and raised in Ghent, NY. She began drawing portraits at an early age and soon moved onto experimenting with pastels and charcoal. After highschool she took a course at Columbia Greene Community College in the hopes of learning new artistic techniques. Instead, she helped the other members of the class improve their skills. More self-guided education followed as she began taking jobs painting signs and wall murals for local businesses. This experience sparked the interest in her preferred medium: acrylics. The rich colors and fast
drying time invited her to paint daily.
Now, LoVullo spends most of her time striving to express positivity in her paintings with whimsy and vibrant colors. Her paintings are usually not planned out in advance. Instead, she prefers to let the creativity flow freely. She works daily in her home studio with the support of her husband Jason, son Alex, and dogs, Mocha, Little Moo, and Daisy.
Window On Hudson is two large storefront windows located at 43 South Third Street, in Hudson, NY. The windows are prominently visible 24/7 to all citizens and visitors of the City of Hudson traveling south on NY-9G. Window On Hudson offers storefront window exhibition space for artists of all mediums who are in Hudson and the Hudson Valley. Window On Hudson is committed to providing a platform for established and developing artists to display their work, of all mediums, while also offering professional development opportunities for emerging artists. Window On Hudson exhibits a new artist on a monthly basis. Artists interested in submitting their work may do so by emailing email@example.com or visiting the website http://www.WindowOnHudson.org.
DATES/TIMES: March 31 – May 3, 2021 / visible 24/7
Club Helsinki Hudson’s 7th episode in the Wish You Were Hear series, ‘Jazzy Lunar Madness’, will feature the dark humor of the Dust Bowl Faeries duet with special guest jazz pianist extraordinaire Chuck Lamb. Together they will present a dreamy salute to that illuminating doyenne of the night sky. Dust Bowl Faeries enchants and amuses with dark cabaret songs on accordion, guitar and musical saw. Chuck will be performing a rare solo set. WYWH is produced by Experiential Design Artist Corey Aldrich and will broadcast LIVE from the Club Helsinki stage. Tickets are available on a donation basis to support the musicians in these difficult times of ongoing closure.
Clarion Concerts presents the Shanghai Quartet performing Beethoven and Bartok, which will be streamed live on Saturday, April 10th. The program includes Bela Bartók String Quartet No. 1 in A minor, Op. 7 (1908) and Ludwig van Beethoven, String Quartet in E minor, Op 59, No. 2 (1806)
The quartet is extremely popular with Clarion audiences and we’re sure you’ll enjoy this high-quality streamed concert. It will be preceded by a short chat featuring the quartet and our Artistic Director Eugenia Zukerman, who toured with the group for many years.