CCCA Logo CCCA Artist Registry
CCCA Gallery Hours: Wed., Thurs., Fri. 11am – 3pm, Sat. 1pm – 5pm, (Closed Sun., Mon. and Tues.)



Press & Links

Discounts for the Creative Arts Community!

at these fine retailers, restaurants
and service establishments and receive
10-20% DISCOUNTS on your purchases.

Arlene’s Artist Materials
Bodhi Holistic Spa
Ca’Mea Restaurant
Carousel Antique Center
Carrie Haddad Gallery
Casa Urbana Apothecary Salon
Chatham Bookstore
DA|BA Restaurant
Davis Orton Gallery
Deborah Davis Fine Art
FACE Stockholm
Hudson Supermarket
J. Damiani Gallery
Jonathan’s Computers
Kinderhook Wine & Spirits
lili and loo
The Lux Farm: Web Design & Photography
Masterpiece Gifts & Framing
Mexican Radio
Millay Colony for the Arts
Ornamentum Gallery
Park Row Gallery Inc.
Red Dot Restaurant
Rhinebeck Eye Care
Spotty Dog Books & Ale
Steiner Sports
The Sycamore Garden Center and Nursery
Tom Swope Gallery
VICO Restaurant

Thank You


New York State Council on the Arts
Columbia County Board of Supervisors
The Bob and Marilyn Laurie Foundation
Hudson Development Corporation
Sharp Electronics
Rheinstrom Hill Foundation

CCCA Fundraising 2011 An inspiring letter from CCCA Executive Director Cynthia Mulvaney reminds us of the value of the arts—visual, performing, and cultural—for bringing people together, opening eyes to new perspectives, and celebrating diversity.
Help Secure the Future of the Arts in Columbia County→

Special Thanks to all CCCA Donors for supporting Literary, Performance, and Visual Arts in Columbia County!

Link to CCCA Donors

Join the growing list of donors and help support the thriving arts community in Columbia County.

Columbia County Council on the Arts “TREES and SKIES” LANDSCAPE SHOW

The Columbia County Council on the Arts will present “Trees and Skies” from March 28 until May 23 at the CCCA Gallery located at 209 Warren Street in Hudson. Trees and atmospheric skies in all mediums will be juried by Hudson artist Gretchen Kelly.

Artwork above: Design ©2015 by Arlene Boehm.

Exhibition Dates:
March 28, – May 23, 2015

CCCA Gallery
209 Warren Street Hudson, NY

Opening Reception:
Saturday, March 28,
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

CCCA Gallery
209 Warren Street Hudson, NY

Juror: Gretchen Kelly
Gretchen states, “I work in a variety of mediums and styles. Primarily, I do figurative works and landscapes. My fashion and home decor background influence my work at times. I am inspired by the beauty of what is natural in my world and embellish it with my own personal touches of color, pattern and ornament. My work has a whimsical nature to it which comes from my spontaneous marks as I paint. I work quickly and try to capture gestures and nuances of fleeting moments which are the details that bring to each painting, the beauty that I see and record. Simplicity is the mark that I strive for.”

For further information, please call 518-671-6213 or email:

Columbia County Council on the Arts

The Wall

CCCA’s Sculpture Show
First CCCA Gallery Show of 2015!

Artworks shown: Get Tough by RJ Rosegarten, Escaping Sage by Daniel Region,
Rolling Freely on the Ground by Ellen Jouret-Epstein
3d illustration and design by Arlene Boehm

Exhibition Dates:
Jan. 24, – March. 21, 2015
CCCA Gallery
209 Warren Street
Hudson, NY

Juror: John Cooley is a sculptor from Chatham, NY. He has displayed his work in numerous juried shows in the Hudson Valley, Massachusetts and Michigan. He was educated at Syracuse University (BA & MA) and has a Phd from the Universitiy of Massachusetts at Amherst. He is currently Professor Emeritus of English and Environmental Studies at Western Michigan University. Cooley says: “ I am attracted to three-dimensional art and typically work with wood or other natural materials. I am drawn to the edges of roads and fields, to dilapidated barns and abandoned factories, rich patinas formed by layers of paint or varnish and to the ways in which time alters surfaces with weathering, fading and blending of colors.”

Exhibiting Artists:
C. Michael Bufi, Dot Chast, Janet Cooper, Steven Dono, Julia Fingar, Dennis Herbert, Ellen Jouret-Epstein, Scott Keidong, Jack Kelly, Steve Kubicek, Clarke Olsen, Daniel Region, RJ Rosegarten, Marlene Vidabor.

For further information, please call 518-671-6213 or email:

Become a CCCA Member
Membership benefits include free submission to six annual shows, access to other juried and non-juried exhibition opportunities and venues, and multi-level discounts at restaurants, retail establishments, service providers and hospitality venues in and outside of Columbia county, throughout the year. Please click here for more information on becoming a member.

Note to Members Using AOL
We have been informed that some CCCA members using AOL e-mail accounts are not receiving CCCA communications. This is most likely due to heightened AOL security settings. If a member chooses to work around by creating a separate gmail account, please notify CCCA of the new alternative e-mail address.

CCCA reserves the right to use any digital images submitted for CCCA advertising and show promotion.



CCCA Member Exhibitions, Events & Opportunities — Link to Info. & Dates

“TIME TRAVEL” With Us Every Sunday at the CCCA!
, a Fun Drop-In Art History Class every Sunday at the CCCA! (Includes complimentary snacks and refreshments). Click here for more information.

2015 Individual Artist Grant Award Announced...

Announcing Community Arts Grants Awards for 2015...

Art School of Columbia County Offering Art Classes for Children and Adults

Greene County Council on the Arts



Columbia County Tourism Logo

Send An Email to CCCA