BeLo3rd 9 Gallery Stroll June 25, 5-7pm
Posted on 09 June 2016
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
J. Damiani Gallery 237 Warren Street
FRG Objects and Design / Art 217 Warren St. 2nd floor
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!
Jeff Bailey Gallery / Hudson 127 Warren St.
The gallery will have two shows each on view through July 3rd.
Sunup An exhibition of paintings and drawings featuring cat-like creatures, animal hybrids and a clown.
Hohle Fels An exhibition of sculpture inspired by the Venus of Willendorf.
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
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.”
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.
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