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SUE MANEY MACVEETY, Artist and AuthorPHOTOGRAPHY BY JULIE MCCARTHY
presentsNew Work June 19 - July 11
Marion Jansen Richard Michaels Jeannine SchoefferEleanor Lord Joan Guimmo Steve Porcella
Marybeth Merritt Sue Arkans Roberta HaasIska KenneyCarol Sue Donelan Diana Felber Doris Simon Nina Lipkowitz
Beautiful Landscapes, Portraits, Still Lifes, Watercolor, Oil, Pastel and Collage
July 17 - Sept 17The Manhattan Watercolors
by Kate KnappUnusual perspective on Manhattan Landscape seen through the eyes of the artist.
Familiar places and unknown neighborhoods beautifullycaptured in the illusive medium of watercolor.
Opening Reception for Manhattan WatercolorsAugust 14TH 3-6pm Gallery
Hours: Sat-Sun, 12-5pm, or by appointmentFront St., next to the corner market, Housatonic, MA
please call gallery 413-274-6607home 413-528-9546 cell 413-429-7141
This is a place the artist loves, and wants us to get to know, even better than we already do.
FRONT STREET GALLERYFront Street, Housatonic, MA
JULIE MCCARTHY PHOTOGRAPHERfrom THE HOME PROJECT
413. 298. 3370JWMCARTH@BCN.NET WWW.JULIEWMCCARTHY.COM
WWW.ARTFULMIND.NET JULY 2010 ~ THEARTFULMIND 1
3 elm street stockbridge, ma
raven steals the moon19 x 9 x 6
SCHANTZ GALLERIESc o n t e m p o r a r y g l a s s
The Origin of Mosquitoesand other Tales
The Art ofPreston Singletary
through July 20th
MICHAEL FILMUSView From Mt. Greylock, The Eastern Sky 12 x 24 Oil
2 THE ARTFUL MIND JULY 2010
GALLERY ONE6 PILL HILL, HILLSDALE, NEW YORK
HISTORIC EDGEWOOD * BUILT IN 1855
GALLERYONEJUST NORTH OF TRAFFIC LIGHT ON ROUTE 22 HILLSDALE, NY
518. 325. 4825 W.BOELKE@FAIRPOINT.NET
SCULPTURE BYWALTER BOELKE NANCYWINTERS, GARDEN CHAIR WITH PANSY, W/C
Featured ArtistsWalter Boelke Marjorie Echols Jorg Lanzrein Nancy Winters Outdoor sculptures on 5 acres of Trails
Sculpture, painting, photography, jewelry and ceramics
Reggie Madison Oil on Canvas 50 x 56
Park Row Gallery
Light and AstigmatismPaintings by Roger Mason
June 11- July 31Artist reception Saturday July, 11 2010 4-6pm
2 Park Row Chatham, NY 12037518-392-4800
Paintings of People often Life-size or largerThe Barn Series - continues
Oil Paintings PastelsWork can be seen at the artists studio
Inquire about commissioned portraits
MUSEUMS & GALLERIESBERKSHIREART GALLERY80 Railroad St, Gt Barrington, MA 528-2690www.berkshireartgallery.com19th and early 20th Century American & Europeanart and sculpture, contemporary artists
BERKSHIREART KITCHENCREATIVITY / CONNECTION / CHANGE400 Main St, Gt Barrington, MA 413-717-0031 www.berkshireartkitchen.comThe Berkshire Art Kitchen is an artist-run social ex-periment committed to cooking up creativity, con-nection and change.Our vision is to create unique opportunities for per-sonal enrichment and positive social change throughmeaningful engagement in art, activism and advo-cacy. We invite you to join the experiment.BAK is open most weekends Friday - Sunday 12 - 5and by appointment or good fortune on any other day.
CARRIE HADDAD GALLERY622 Warren St, Hudson, NY 518-828-1915Summer Group Show, July 8 - August 8, 2010:David Konigsberg, Joseph Maresca, Monica Mech-ling, Shawn Snow
OLD CHATHAM COUNTRY STORE CAFGALLERYVillage Square, Old Chatham New YorkRoger Mason Day and Night. Featuring oil paint-ings of night- and day-time scenes of ColumbiaCounty and abroad by the internationally known artist. July 2 28.Gallery open Tuesday Sunday from 7 a.m. 4 p.m. (closing earlyJuly 4). Reception to meet the artist Sunday afternoon, July 11 from3 5 p.m. sharp.
CHURCH STREET ART GALLERY34 Church St, Lenox, MA 637-9600Significant folk art pieces. Also works by David Eddy,Paul Graubard, Paul Jarvis and Larry Zingale.(Fri-Mon, 11am-4:30pm or by appointment)
CRIMI STUDIOLocated 2 miles from theAncram/Hudson exit of the Taconic StateParkway. Viewing by appointment 518-851-7904July exhibition of oil paintings at Gallery at B & G Wines, Hills-dale, NY. Paintings of rich color and form. Crimi studio in idyllicsetting.
DAVID DEW BRUNER DESIGN610 Warren St, Hudson, NY 914-466-4857New paintings by David Roth. July 10th toAugust 10th. The open-ing will be held on Saturday July 10th from 6pm to 8 pm.(Gallery hours are Fri, Sat and Sun 11 to 5 or by appointment.)
DON MULLER GALLERY40 Main St, Northampton, MA 586-1119Beautiful American crafts, jewelry and glass, more
FERRIN GALLERY437 North St, Pittsfield, MAinfo@FerrinGallery.com 413-442-1622SUSAN MIKULA: American Vale: Recent PhotographsSolo exhibition of new work. Exhibition: June 26th throughAugust1st.
HIGH FALLS STUDIOSRoute 213 High Falls NY 12440 845-901-8062Highfallsstudios@aol.comPastels, Past and Present by Vincent Connelly, July 10, 2010 -September 30, Reception: Sunday July 11 th, 3pm -5pm
BRILLGALLERY243 Union Street, North Adams, MA 413-664-4353Studio 109 - MIXED MEDIA Exhibition includes the abstractpaintings of Arthur Yanoff, saturated watercolors of Nava Grun-feld, photographs of Roy Volkmann, assembleages ofAbby Rieser,sculptures of Jon Isherwoodand Richard Harrington and others.June - August. Open Fridays - Sundays 12 - 6PM and by appoint-ment.
GLORIAMALCOLMARNOLD FINEARTUpstairs at 69 Church St, Lenox, MA 637-2400Realistic art that never goes out of style, artwork that evokes themood and memories of yesterday. Rotating exhibitions of scratch-board by Lois I. Ryder and oils and watercolors by Gloria MalcolmArnold. Open year round.
HUDSON VALLEYARTS CENTER337 Warren St, Hudson, NY 800-456-0507Regional and nationally-known artisans
JOHN DAVIS GALLERY362 1/2 Warren St., Hudson, New YorkRoberto Juarez : Summer Show: Oil Paintings
LAUREN CLARK FINEART402 Park St, Housatonic, MA 274-1432www.LaurenClarkFineArt.comAnd Now for Some Things Completely Different NewWorks byRichard Britell, July 10-August 2. Reception for the Artist, Satur-day, July 10, 5-8pm. Fine art, contemporary craft, custom framing.(Business hours are Thursday-Monday, 11-5:30 and Sunday, 12-4)
MARGUERITE BRIDE STUDIOwww.margebride.comCustom House and Business Portraits, Local Color, watercolorscenes of the Berkshires, New England and Tuscany. Original wa-tercolors and Fine Art Reproductions. Visit website for exhibitschedule
MORGAN LEHMAN GALLERY24 Sharon Road/Rt. 41, Lakeville, CT 860-435-0898Exposed: Photography Group Show, July 3 - 25. Reception: Satur-day, July 3, 5:00 - 7:00pm. (Gallery Hours: Friday through Sunday11am - 5pm or by appointment)
PAPER CITY PROJECT SPACE80 Race St., HolyokeJust down the road from Heritage Park and across the canal fromthe Canal Gallery, off Dwight Street."Pioneer Women & Wonderland". Over 40 talented artists fromNYC, the Berkshires and the Pioneer Valley. Opening receptionwill be Saturday, June 19th from 5 - 8 PM, there will be a specialperformance with Karen Dolmanisth as a "PioneerWoman inWon-derland" with some special guest performance with the Mad Hatterand White Rabbit. (Galleries will be open every Sat & Sun from 1- 4 pm until July 31.)
PARK ROWGALLERY2 Park Row, Chatham, NY 518-392-4800Local Legend Roger Mason Exhibits Paintings at Park Row Gallery"Light and Astigmatism," a solo exhibition of oil paintings byRoger Mason will be on view at Park Row Gallery in Chatham, NYfrom June 11th - July 31st. Reception Saturday, July 10, 4pm-6pm,and the public is cordially invited to attend.
SCHANTZ GALLERIES3 Elm St, Stockbridge, MA 413-298-3044www.schantzgalleries.com.Feature Exhibition Runs: May 20 June 31, 2010:Continuingthrough July 30 The Origin of Mosquitoes and Other Tales; theArt of Preston Singletary features the most work ever in thegallery; Timeless Vestiges:Artwork from theArchives ofWilliamMorris; Continuing through August Maestro Lino Tagliapietra
;Beginning July 20 September 20 Chihulyin New England. This location has been oneof the nations leading destinations for thoseseeking premier artists working in glass.Spring gallery hours are daily 11 - 5
STANMEYER GALLERY1286 Monterey Road (Route 23) 413-854-3799John Stanmeyer, known for his numerousphotographs in Time magazine and NationalGeographic, is now exhibiting a retrospectiveof his work, shown in a newly opened gallerylocated in his studio in West Otis, Mass. Thepublic is invited to view the images on week-ends and holiday, or by appointment.
STUDIO21SOUTH189 Beaver St. (Route 8), North Adams(approx 1 mi from Mass MoCA)413-652-2141 / firstname.lastname@example.orgCommon Places, June 25 -July 26, a groupshow featuring painterly interpretations ofeveryday scenes. Open Saturdays, 1-5, Sun-day, 10-1, and most weekdays and other timesby appointment or by chance.THE ECLIPSE MILLGALLERY243 Union Street, North Adams, MAAbstraction NOW, June 25 through July 18,2010. Opening Reception: Friday, June 25, 6to 8 PM. In addition to the exhibition, theEclipse Mill Gallery is presenting a series of
gallery talks about abstract painting, including: Ed Carson, Sunday,June 27, from 3 - 4 pm. Katharine Borkowski-Byrne, Sunday, July11, from 3 - 4 pm. Gallery hours for this show Saturday 12noon -5PM
THE LENOX GALLERYOF FINEART69 Church St, Lenox, MA 413-637-2276Michael Filmus: Opening reception, Saturday, August 7, 1-5pm. Featuring artists such as Stephen Filmus along with many oth-ers including Paula Stern, Sculpture
WELLES GALLERYWelles Gallery, the Lenox Library,18 Main Street, Lenox, MA.Featuring two groups of wa