I am excited to contribute work to this summer-long show which opened on Friday in Bolton Landing, NY —
Landscapes Lost and Found: Two Centuries of Art from Bolton Landing opens at the Bolton Historical Museum on May 25 and will remain on view through Columbus Day.
Artists represented include painters of some of the earliest American landscapes, members of the Hudson River School and the American Pre-Raphaelite movement and twentieth century modernists such as David Smith, Dorothy Dehner and John Graham. Prominent 21st century artists will complete the show.
Works by David Smith include six landscapes of Bolton Landing painted in the 1930s, which have never been exhibited before.
An auxiliary show, Sculptors’ Studies from the Prospect Mountain Show, which includes drawings and other materials related to the 1979 outdoor Prospect Mountain Sculpture Show: An Homage to David Smith, is installed in an adjacent gallery.
An opening reception will be held on Friday, May 24 from 5 to 7 pm.
The Bolton Historical Museum is located at 4924 Lakeshore Drive, Bolton Landing.
This year’s Mohawk Hudson Regional Exhibit was curated by Jack Shear. My two works in the show (in the background on the wall in the photo below) received the Albany Institute’s Purchase Prize. Click here for show details.
Exhibition dates: July 22 – October 21, 2017
Curator: Rachel Moore.
Assistant Curator Stephanie Walker
Click here for Helen Day Art Center webpage.
Thank you to Sharon Butler for her summer post about Camp Iris in Glens Falls. Click Upstate: Victoria Palermo at the Hyde Collection to read.
New show opening on February 26: reception from 5 to 8 pm. I will be showing with painter Adam Daily at the new permanent home of Collar Works, in Troy, NY. For more details, click Collar Works Presents Procrustes.
Collar Works, 621 River Street, Ground Floor, Troy, NY 12180
David Brickman has reviewed LIT in his art blog, GET VISUAL. Click LIT to read.
Current group show, Lit, in the 3rd floor Gallery at Albany Airport: