James Amore will display his landscapes and sports figures at The Natural Gardens, venue #13.
Bruce Goddard was born in Washington, D.C. in 1947 and grew up as a “service brat” in the East, Midwest, and South. In 1969 he graduated from the University of […]
Dawn Howell: I studied art in Indiana and Illinois while working as a non-profit lawyer. I have several years experience in painting. I recently moved to the Hudson Valley to paint full […]
Jane Carr: I have been painting, sculpting and printing professionally for over fifty years, with my first invitational show in 1966 at the John Slade Ely House in New Haven, […]
Tracy Jacknow: I have always responded to nature. I believe my paintings are a direct emotional response to what I see. When I am totally involved in the process of “creating” […]
Richard Kathmann, the peripatetic, always comes home. Home to the family farm and the woods in the western Catskills. From Brooklyn, Chicago, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Medellin Columbia, Georgia, New Hampshire […]
Tom Hedderich will display landscapes and portraits at Natural Gardens (venue #13).
Doug Jamieson’s watercolors, oils, etchings and drawings are exhibited in galleries, art societies, colleges and museums as well as in collections throughout the U.S. He received a BFA from the […]
Donald Miller: I’m a self taught artist, and a disabled veteran who has been painting for only a couple of years. I have no real claim to fame, other than […]
Sandra Finkenberg, a resident of Bovina Center, received her training at the Carnegie Mellon School of Art in Pittsburgh and the Art Students League in New York. She has received […]
[caption id="attachment_1010" align="alignright" width="218"] Patsy Breiling[/caption]The Franklin Community Center at 574 Main Street in Franklin will be open this July as a new venue for the Stagecoach Run Art Festival. […]
David Byrd, born in Springfield, Ill, was a child of the Great Depression, one of five children of a single, impoverished mother and a father who killed himself when David […]