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Gallery Stroll BeLo3rd, Saturday September 9, 5-7pm

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Warren St.
Kea Tribal Rug Gallery 238 Warren St, J Damiani Gallery 237 Warren St, FRG Objects and Design/Art, Jeff Bailey Gallery 127 Warren St, Limner Gallery 123 Warren St., BCB ART 116 Warren St., Davis Orton Gallery 114 Warren St.

Front/S 3rd Street:
Inky Editions 112 S. Front St., The Warehouse (formerly  Riverfront Design and Antique Center ) 99 S. 3rd St.

Gallery Stroll Below 3rd Street April 8, 2017, 5-7pm

Gallery Stroll Below 3rd Street April 8, 2017, 5-7pm

NOVEMBER 18 GALLERY STROLL

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Join Us Saturday 5-7pm

Warren St.
Kea Tribal Rug Gallery 238 Warren St, J Damiani Gallery 237 Warren St, FRG Objects and Design/Art, Jeff Bailey Gallery 127 Warren St, Limner Gallery 123 Warren St., BCB ART 116 Warren St., Davis Orton Gallery 114 Warren St.

Front/S 3rd Street:
Inky Editions 112 S. Front St.

Gallery Stroll Below 3rd Street April 8, 2017, 5-7pm

Gallery Stroll, June 24, 5-7pm Lots to See BeLo3rd

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June 24, 5-7pm

Warren St.
Kea Tribal Rug Gallery 238 Warren St, J Damiani Gallery 237 Warren St, FRG Objects and Design/Art, Jeff Bailey Gallery 127 Warren St, Limner Gallery 123 Warren St., BCB ART 116 Warren St., Davis Orton Gallery 114 Warren St.

Front Street:
Inky Editions 112 S. Front St., Riverfront Design and Antique Center 99 S. Front St.

Gallery Stroll Below 3rd Street April 8, 2017, 5-7pm

Gallery Stroll APRIL 8, 5-7pm Lots to See Below 3rd St.

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April 8, 5-7pm

Warren St.: Kea Tribal Rug Gallery 238 Warren St, J Damiani Gallery 237 Warren St, FRG Objects and Design/Art, Jeff Bailey Gallery 127 Warren St, Limner Gallery 123 Warren St., BCB ART 116 Warren St., Davis Orton Gallery 114 Warren St.

Front Street: Inky Editions 112 S. Front St., Riverfront Design and Antique Center 99 S. Front St.

Gallery Stroll Below 3rd Street April 8, 2017, 5-7pm

Gallery Stroll November 19, 5-7pm Lots to See Below 3rd St.

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Join 8 galleries below 3rd Street, Hudson NY
for our November 19 Gallery Stroll, 5-7

J Damiani Gallery

FRG Objects and Design/Art

Jeff Bailey Gallery

Limner Gallery

BCB ART

Davis Orton Gallery

Inky Editions

Riverfront Antiques & Design Center (RADC)

Below 3rd street Gallery Stroll November 19

Gallery Stroll September 17 – 5-7pm Details

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Join 9 galleries below 3rd Street, Hudson NY for our Fall Gallery Stroll

J Damiani Gallery

FRG Objects and Design/Art

Paper + Goods Storefront and Gallery

Jeff Bailey Gallery

Limner Gallery

BCB ART

Davis Orton Gallery

Inky Editions

Riverfront Antiques & Design Center (RADC)

BeLo3rd 9 Gallery Stroll Sept 17, 5-7pm

BeLo3rd Gallery Stroll Sept 17, 5-7pm

 

Gallery Stroll September 17

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More news to follow

BeLo3rd Gallery Stroll

Saturday – September 17, 5-7pm

 

BeLo3rd 9 Gallery Stroll June 25, 5-7pm

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Join us Saturday evening, June 25, 5 to 7pm

 

Rose Gallery Fine Art  238 Warren Street

Celebrating 27 years with the best of our gallery artists

"Welded Steel with Crystals" sculpture by Jes Muse

“Welded Steel with Crystals” sculpture by Jes Muse

"Crown" watercolor painting by Claudia Engel

“Crown” watercolor painting by Claudia Engel

 

 J. Damiani Gallery   237 Warren Street

JDamiani - Pulciano Rain is a 20x30  in. oil

JDamiani – Pulciano Rain is a 20×30  in. oil

PushingTin is a 36x24 in. composite image stretched on canvas.

PushingTin is a 36×24 in. composite image stretched on canvas. 

FRG Objects and Design / Art  217 Warren St. 2nd floor

Paul Harbutt / "PLAYING WITH FIRE" 2004

Paul Harbutt / “PLAYING WITH FIRE” 2004

SUMMER HIGHLIGHTS 2016
Newly curated showroom with featured artists Joseph Conrad-Ferm, Drew Boughton, Sean Paul Pluguez and special guest artists Sarah Berney, Mark Wasserbach & Paul Harbutt. 

Columbia County Council on the Arts   209 Warren St.

Human Impact: Living in the Anthropocene Age. Human life on Earth has always made an impact, but now, our presence is an agent of epic and accelerating change beyond anything we have ever known.  Through the eyes of 33 artists of our own rural Columbia County. The conversation continues during the Belo3rd Gallery Stroll! Exchange thoughts and ideas with agricultural and land use experts Jean Giblette, of High Falls Gardens and Steffen Schneider, of the Institute for Mindful Agriculture and Hawthorne Valley Farm. Do not miss your chance to raise a glass and your consciousness at an evening dedicated to the one and only Earth!

Human Impact CCCA exhibit and programs

Human Impact CCCA exhibit and programs

Jeff Bailey Gallery / Hudson   127 Warren St.

The gallery will have two shows each on view through July 3rd.

BILL ADAMS

Sunup An exhibition of paintings and drawings featuring cat-like creatures, animal hybrids and a clown.

Sunup #1, 2016, ballpoint pen and watercolor on paper, 20 x 16 inches

Sunup #1, 2016, ballpoint pen and watercolor on paper, 20 x 16 inches

DAVID PAPPACENO

Hohle Fels An exhibition of sculpture inspired by the Venus of Willendorf.

Image: Zwicky, 2016, painted plaster and resin, concrete plinth, 11.75 x 13.5 x 8.5

Image: Zwicky, 2016, painted plaster and resin, concrete plinth, 11.75 x 13.5 x 8.5

Limner Gallery   123 Warren St.

Established 1987 in Manhattan’s East Village  

Sextet, an exhibition of six contemporary American artists, each showing three works. The work is on the website 

James Wille Faust, FRACKING USA,  10” X 5.5”,  Archival Pigmented Print

James Wille Faust, FRACKING USA,  10” X 5.5”,  Archival Pigmented Print

Gerd Dagne, Free Range and Random, 61" x 59", Acrylic on Canvas & Wood

Gerd Dagne, Free Range and Random, 61″ x 59″, Acrylic on Canvas & Wood

BCB Art  116 Warren St.

With his daughter as his muse, Richard Butler depicts lush expressionistic portraits of a pensive female, who serves as a cipher for himself. Butler explains: “In a way I think all of my paintings are self-portraits in that, though the face I am painting may not be my own, the feeling I get back from the painting is certainly an important element of my own psyche.”

BCB Art, Richard Butler-Smallconversation

BCB Art, Richard Butler-Small conversation

Davis Orton Gallery  114 Warren St.

photography, mixed media, and photobooks

Street Photography and Urban Scenes, What’s New?

Solo shows by Ellen Feldman & Zelda Zinn – portfolios by Amy Shapiro & David Curtis

Constructed, deconstructed, discovered and rediscovered photography – all used to conjure up the experience of the city. Exhibiting artists call upon approaches from painting, collage, film, performance as well as the keen eye of the street photographer.

Big Foot by Ellen Feldman, c-print, 30"x20"

Big Foot by Ellen Feldman, c-print, 30″x20″

 

Zelda Zinn, New York Revelation 0297d1, pigment print, 17" x 22"

Zelda Zinn, New York Revelation 0297d1, pigment print, 17″ x 22″

Inky Editions  112 S Front Street

Six Stops – Prints & Editions, a special project presenting prints from 6 artists affiliated with our print studio. Works by: Tom Curran, Licha Jimenez, Kahn & Selesnick, Susan Myers, Beth Thielen, George Tsalikis

Print by Tom Curran

Print by Tom Curran

3 Exhibition Openings BeLo3rd, Saturday May 14 evening

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Davis Orton Gallery: Fern T. Apfel and Miriam Goodman

Davis Orton Gallery: Fern T. Apfel and Miriam Goodman

Exhibition Opening – Two Solo Shows:  Word and Image: Fern T. Apfel, mixed media; and After a Certain Age: Miriam Goodman, photography, multimedia – Also a Portfolio Showcase Ekphrasis: Kim Llerena and The Teddy Bear Series: Tim Brill – Information at 697-0266 or davidortongallery.com – 5 to 7 pm – Davis Orton Gallery, 114 Warren Street

 

 Salvador De Montesinos

Rose Gallery Fine Art, Salvador De Montesinos

Artist’s Reception – International Artist Salvador De Montesinos – “A rare opportunity to meet the artist and be personally introduced to his energetic perspective, incomparable style and creative construct.  Additionally, an artistic goal that spans many years of devotion, brings forth a body of work known as Vectors in Relief” – On view through June 6 – Information at rosegalleryfineart.com or 828-5825 – 5 to 7 pm– Rose Gallery Fine Art, 238A Warren Street

BCB Art, Richard Butler-Smallconversation

BCB Art, Richard Butler-Small Conversation

Exhibition Reception – Quietas – New Paintings by Richard Butler – “In a way I think all of my paintings are self-portraits in that, though the face I am painting may not be my own, the feeling I get back from the painting is certainly an important element of my own psyche.”—Richard Butler – “Focused on the material qualities of his medium, Butler smudges, distorts, and overlays patterns onto his models’ faces, creating dynamic compositions that are both naturalistic and hallucinatory.”—Carter Ratcliff, Art in America  – Butler is also known as the singer/songwriter for the acclaimed rock band, The Psychedelic Furs.  He lives and works in New York City.  A selection of gallery artists also on view. – Exhibition on view through July 3 – Information at 828-4539 or www.BCBART.com – 6 to 8 pm – BCB ART, 116 Warren Street

 

Seven Gallery Stroll BeLo3rd – Saturday, April 9 5-8pm

Posted on 8 April 2016 | Comments Off on Seven Gallery Stroll BeLo3rd – Saturday, April 9 5-8pm

Gallery Stroll Belo3rd April 9-2016

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