Gallery: Michael Anzalone
Michael Anzalone Gallery Showing: 9/30-12/31/17
Reception Date: Receptions on Saturday 10/28 from 5-7 pm AND on Sunday 10/29 from 2-4 pm
Location: Hall gallery at 9 Vassar
Michael Anzalone will be displaying his beautiful artwork in the hall gallery at Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center located at 9 Vassar Street. Among Michael’s many talents, he works in the wardrobe department at Saturday Night Live. His showing will be up September 30 through December. Artist Reception date to meet the artist is Saturday October 28th at 5:00 pm! All art sales benefit the artist and Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center.
Death and Rebirth – An Artist Statement by Michael Anzalone
I’ve always had a conditional response to New York Winters. The darker hours and gray skies change the landscape and the indoor air makes me want to hibernate. Then the seasons change and Spring like hope is eternal, life continues. I started painting this Spring at the first signs of color from mother earth. Whispering Spring became the trajectory for my summer and this exhibit. The Heather Gardens of Fort Tryon Park is an oasis overlooking the New Jersey Palisades on the Hudson River and home. Here nature has a timeless consciousness that creates its own beauty into form. I always work from life. I paint in the way that nature expresses itself to me and this is why some of my work is representational and some abstract. This exhibit evolved in my home and in the atelier studio space of The Arts Students League of New York. My canvases were painted using my drawings, photographs and memory. As an addition to these 2017 works on canvas I am presenting Plein Air watercolors of the same subject from 2014.
As nature has expressed itself to me, art makes a personal statement public.
Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center in partnership with Cocoon Theatre presents the world of acclaimed artist Tarryl Gabel
November 17 to December 31st with an Opening Reception Friday November 17 at 6:00 pm with musical accompaniment by The Ben Basile Jazz Duo.
Gallery hours Fri-Sun 1-5 pm, during theater events and by appointment. Call Curator Damon Crumb 845 287-3014 for more information.
Location: 12 Vassar St
Arianna Sofka is a student at SUNY New Paltz studying Anthropology. She’s connected her interest in osteology and floral growth with her passion for art, using mediums sicu as ink, pencil and watercolor.
Gallery: Christina Kading and Arianna Sufka
12 Vassar Street-Christina Kading and Arianna Sufka.
Opening Reception is Saturday Dec 2nd at 1:00 pm until 3:00 pm.