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“Works Under & Over Time” by GREGORY WILLIAMS

Tannery Pond Community Center 228 Main Street, North Creek

RECEPTION: OCTOBER 11th, 5-7 PM Artist Statement When I was a very young student, my class went on a field trip to Munson-Williams-Proctor Museum in Utica. I saw Thomas Cole’s four paintings, “The Voyage of Life,” and then, at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, I saw Chaim Soutine’s “Carcass of Beef.” I had already

An Art Teacher’s Journey by ANNE BROWN

Tannery Pond Community Center 228 Main Street, North Creek

RECEPTION: DECEMBER 13th, 5-7 PM Images shown above (L-R): The Wharf and the Rising Tide (acrylic collage), The Working Girl (collage), The Salt Marsh (encaustic), The Kindness (mixed media) Artist Statement I have always wanted to make art. Throughout my travels and in the many moves I made with my family, the need to create

GALLERY | Upper Hudson Valley Watercolor Society

Tannery Pond Community Center 228 Main Street, North Creek

RECEPTION: JANUARY 10th, 5-7 PM Shown above (clockwise from top left): Assisi by Jan Palmer, House Finch by Laura-Love Yates, Herber Farm, Gansevoort by Suzette Usher, Geyser Brook by Tom Ryan The Upper Hudson Valley Watercolor Society, formed in 1989 and based in Glens Falls, has over 60 members throughout the region. The group welcomes anyone

GALLERY | Painting in Place, oil paintings by Elizabeth MacFarland

Tannery Pond Community Center 228 Main Street, North Creek

Enjoy this video which includes a conversation with Elizabeth MacFarland, followed by a slideshow of the exhibit beginning about 14 minutes into the video. The accompanying music is also composed and performed by the artist.   Most of Elizabeth MacFarland’s recent paintings have been done within a few miles radius of where she lives in

GALLERY | “Egalitarian Worth” paintings by Emanuele Cacciatore

Tannery Pond Community Center 228 Main Street, North Creek

RECEPTION: Saturday, September 19th | 4-6 PM Masks required. Social distancing plan in place for reception.   ARTIST STATEMENT I use paintbrushes, stencils, and chance/mechanical painting techniques to create the ephemeral and concrete forms and space in my paintings. The paint strokes and shapes entailed in the paintings do not simply describe form and space,

GALLERY | Stitch by Stitch: A Gathering of Local Quilting

Tannery Pond Community Center 228 Main Street, North Creek

RECEPTION: Friday, November 13th | 5 PM + 6 PM Masks required. Measures in place for physical distancing. RESERVATIONS APPRECIATED for one of the reception times listed above - please email or call (518) 251-2505 x128. Artists and craftspeople use many different supplies and materials. Fabric, thread, and other textiles are a quilter’s medium. This

GALLERY | “Under a Passing Cloud” by Daniel Schroeder

Tannery Pond Community Center 228 Main Street, North Creek

The paintings in this show were largely done outdoors, and all were done from direct observation of the subject. They were completed between March and November 2020 while in quarantine from the coronavirus. ARTIST BIOGRAPHY Daniel Schroeder (b. 1991) is a painter who lives and works near Albany, New York. He was awarded a full

GALLERY | “Into the Wild” by Patti Weisser & Carlos Alegria

Tannery Pond Community Center 228 Main Street, North Creek

An artistic exploration of migration and transformation.   VIEW THE EXHIBIT VIRTUALLY | opens in a new tab To view the paintings as a slideshow using a mobile device or tablet, swipe right to view the next slide or left to go back. If using a computer, click on the small arrows to scroll through

GALLERY | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson

Tannery Pond Community Center 228 Main Street, North Creek

TIED TOGETHER | macramé that explores nature and human connections by Julia Koerner Johnson MEET THE ARTIST SAT, MAY 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place. ARTIST STATEMENT This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and

GALLERY | “Adirondack Waters” by Tom Bessette, Peter Hornbeck & Daniel Way

Tannery Pond Community Center 228 Main Street, North Creek

Photographs by TOM BESSETTE and DANIEL WAY | Watercolors by PETER HORNBECK RECEPTION: Friday, May 28 | 5:00 PM + 6:00 PM + 7:00 PM Reservations required for one of the reception times listed above – call (518) 251-2505 x128.   Adirondack Waters Water is one of the most fundamental components of life on Earth.