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“ON & OFF
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

Opening Reception:
Saturday, January 31, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
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: info@artscolumbia.org.


CCCA 18th ANNUAL JURIED ART SHOW
At the Hudson Opera House

Exhibition Dates:
January 18, – February 15, 2015

Hudson Opera House
327 Warren Street
Hudson, NY

The Columbia County Council on the Arts’ Annual Juried Art Show celebrates the diversity and quality of the work being produced by Columbia County and regional artists.

Curator: Jack Shear
Jack Shear of Spencertown, is the Director of the Ellsworth Kelly Foundation since its inception in 1991. Jack has worked as a photographer for over 30 years concentrating on black and white portraiture. His work is in numerous museum and private collections. Publications to his credit are Four Marines and Other Portraits and Short Season. Exhibitions curated by Jack include Twice Drawn at the Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York and Drawn from Artists’ Collectionss at the Drawing Center in New York City, which traveled to the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. He is a member of the International Council of the Museum of Modern Art and the Board of Directors for both the Foundation for Arts and Preservation in Embassies and the World Monuments Fund.

For further information, please call 518-671-6213 or email: info@artscolumbia.org.

Artwork above: Design ©2014 by Arlene Boehm.


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