2017-2018 Gallery Calendar

 September

Sept. 1-30 Solo Exhibit of Mike Jaroszko, Hudson Valley Luminism and Janet Campbell, Expressive Watercolors

Reception Sept. 9, 5-7pm,  

Patchett Gallery: Marylyn Vanderpool, Impressionistic oils

Sept. 15th Hallway Theme: seasonal local scenes: Fall

 

October

Oct. 1-31 Solo Exhibit of Brenda Harburger, new paintings,Patchett Gallery:Kari Ganoung Ruiz plein air oils and nocturnes, Fall in the Hudson Valley silent auction to benefit WRS to enter click here: Fall Exhibit prospectus, Reception Friday Oct. 6, 5-7pm

Hudson Valley Plein Air Festival  Meet the Artists Reception Weds. Oct. 4, 4-6pm

Quick Draw event Sat. Oct. 7 Newburgh Landing, Newburgh Waterfront 3-5:30pm

Hudson Valley Plein Air Festival Exhibit Oct. 8 Orange Hall, Orange County Community College, Middletown, Collector’s Preview 2-3pm, Open to the Public 3-5pm

Hallway Theme: seasonal local scenes: Fall (month 2 of 3)

November

Nov. 1-30:  6” and under- Miniature Show (juried show) To enter this exhibit, fill out this prospectus: 6-inces-and-under-prospectus (1) and drop off with your work to our gallery.

Reception Nov. 4, 5-7pm

Patchett Gallery: Liam Vogel, expressive realism

Hallway Theme: seasonal local scenes: Fall (month 3 or 3)

 

December

Dec. 1-30: Handmade for the Holidays Dec. 1-30 exhibit of fine crafts handmade by local artists at gift prices including jewelry, bags, jams, woodcraft, and fiber arts. Miniature paintings starting at $10, and small plein air sketches (no larger than 12″) by all our artists gift-priced at $100 each. Local foods cookbooks and coloring books 2 for 1 sale, and bake sale on Dec. 1st only from 10am-6pm.

POCHADE PAINTINGS-small plein air sketches (no larger than 12″) by all our artists gift-priced at $100 each To enter this exhibit, drop off works with this taped to back: Prospectus Pochade Painting

Patchett Gallery: Sal Russo, experimental drawings and paintings

Dec. 15th Hallway Theme: seasonal local scenes: Holiday paintings or Nocturnes

2018 Gallery Schedule

January

January 1-13th: 8th Annual Member’s Exhibit & Member’s Drive; 

Exhibit Prospectus: members exhibit Prospectus 

February

Feb. 1-28 Teaching Artist’s Exhibit featuring works by all the WRS teachers, Live demonstrations by all the teaching artists each Saturday in Feb.

Exhibit Prospectus

March

April

May

June

June 1-30:  50 for $500 Fundraiser to kick off the Capital Campaign and celebrate Wallkill River School’s 10th Anniversary in Patchett House! Reception June 9, 5-7pm

July

July 1-30: Seniors and Teens! Exhibit of artwork by artists over 60 years and under 20 years old!

August

Aug. 1-30: New Hudson River School Exhibit featuring juried artwork by regionals artists influenced by the Hudson River School. Reception Aug. 4, 5-7pm. Artists Talk on Art by Christina Pahucki; presentation about the Hudson River School and it’s legacy at the closing event Aug. 25th, 6pm.

September

Sept. 1-30: Solo shows by three artists in three separate galleries

 

October

Oct. 1-29: Solo shows by three artists in three separate galleries

November

Nov. 1-30: Solo shows by three artists in three separate galleries

December

Dec. 1-30: Handmade for the Holidays exhibit (fine crafts on tables throughout the galleries) and hanging exhibit of miniature paintings by regional artists.

 


The Emerging Artists featured each month are Orange County based artists who have never had a solo show before. We mentor these new artists by partnering them with more established artists and helping them develop a bio, portfolio, and an exhibition. This mentorship is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State legislature.

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Art/History Trail is a partnership where 12 artists have been painting on 12 heritage tourism sites throughout Orange County. The artists will show their work in our galleries in solo shows through the year.  The trail is featured on a geo-cache map on our website and O.C. Tourisms. It is open to the public. The Art/History Trail is made possible by the HUdson River Valley National Heritage Grant through Greenway with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State legislature.