By Diane Salzberg with Cornelia Seckel’s appreciation and full agreement. When a very talented artist becomes a great motivator, social activist, and community leader, a special recognition must be given here at Art Times. This amazing contributor to the arts and to humanity also happens to be an old friend. Elayne Seaman, living in Poughkeepsie…
I was at the Fall inauguration of new members of the National Association of Women Artists and was taken with the joy, pride, honor, and quality of work expressed by the 93 new members
Cornelia Seckel writes about the reuse of warehouses and factories for live/ work space for Creatives and the realization of a dream to create an arts district in Midtown Kingston
The quality of the work at the 120th Annual Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club exhibit and the variation of styles and mediums make this an interesting and stimulating show and a great opportunity to meet artists from across the country.
Charlotte’s work is serene. She creates a calm atmosphere where one can easily spend hours. The exhibit at the Lace Mill reception Saturday, Nov 5 from 5-8pm
The exhibition Immigrant Gifts to America at the Art Society of Kingston, NY features work by Outsider Artist Joseph Garlock, and a group show of 17 member artists of ASK that immigrated to the US