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MARCH 1 - APRIL 27, 2014

Gala Reception/Meet-the-Artists Saturday, March 15, 5-8p.m.

17th Anniversary Salon
& Annual Collectors Sale





NOVEMBER 2 - DECEMBER 31, 2013

(Exhibition is extended through February, 2014)

Opening Reception Saturday, November 2, 5-7:30p.m.

ArtistTalk & Closing Reception with Leslie Bender

Saturday, December 21, 4-6p.m.

LESLIE BENDER:

Involutions - Invocations

In our Upstairs Galleries, 22 East Market Street,
Suite 301, Rhinebeck, NY.


A major solo exhibition of new paintings on paper and canvas, "Leslie Bender: Involutions - Invocations," opened at Albert Shahinian Fine Art on Saturday, November 2. An ArtistTalk and reception is set during the Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtWalk on Saturday, December 21, 4-6p.m.

Leslie Bender is one of those rare artists whose work consistently delves below surfaces - whether materially or psychologically - to mine and realize the varied existential meanings that her life experiences have taught her or pointed to. Her focus has always been on figurative work - especially with subjects that place the visual scene squarely in public places where individuals interact, both intimately and intentionally, or by chance: clubs and cafes, the Jersey shore, the local swimming pool, the circus, concert halls and dance stages. A second body of work moves the human "action" via the visual language of ancient myth, fantasy, and the surreal. Her work is always working on several levels and is informed by her lifelong personal relationships, disappointments, internal crises, hard-won insights and triumphs over that which often cripples the soul and crushes the spirit.

Bender's abilities with materials are varied and expert: as draughtsman, printmaker, muralist, scenic designer and, above all, painter. She is a prodigious, consistent talent. "Involutions-Invocations" - curated by Albert Shahinian - brings together several strains of new work by the artist. As paintings, they are break-through, as Bender moves past a tighter style to a looser, gestural, impulsive and layered way of working her materials and subjects. As markers for her current state of mind and spirit, they show a maturing sense of self and acceptance of the world at large, a certain lightness in the shadows and a clearer understanding of the tension between responsibility, writ large, and the unfettered impulses of personal and expressive freedom. There is always more than meets the eye in these paintings, something that delights the eye, taps deep emotions and excites the imagination.

Below are summaries of the past year's exhibits:



AUGUST 15 - OCTOBER 27, 2013

Opening Reception Saturday, August 17, 5-7:30p.m.
ArtistTalk & Closing Reception with Tom Sarrantonio & Kate McGloughlin,
Saturday, October 26, 4-6p.m.

THE LUMINOUS LANDSCAPE 2013

16th Annual National Invitational Exhibition

Featuring

Thomas Sarrantonio (Rosendale, NY)

Kate McGloughlin (Olivebridge, NY)

Karl Dempwolf (CA)


In our Upstairs Galleries, 22 East Market Street, Suite 301, Rhinebeck, NY.

Celebrating its 16th year as a yearly exhibition of contemporary landscape painting organized by Albert Shahinian Fine Art, The Luminous Landscape 2013 features two Ulster County artists, Kate McGloughlin (Olivebridge, NY) and Thomas Sarrantonio (Rosendale, NY), and returns Los Angeles-based plein air master, Karl Dempwolf, to this year's show. The Luminous Landscape opens Saturday, August 17 with a reception from 5-7p.m. and runs through October 20.

The Luminous Landscape has brought over 40 artists to the public in its 16 years as a showcase to promote a broader and deeper understanding of - and appreciation for - contemporary realism in landscape painting. Shahinian's primary curatorial focus has been to show original, thoughtful, and well-crafted work by mid- and late-career artists, whose works eschew literalism (and, especially, photorealism), sentimentalism and commercialism. Exhibitions aim to expand the viewer's definition of landscape painting and to help free those perceptions from more literalist notions and historical constraints and stereotypes. Exhibits honor past traditions and encourage a broader, changing definition to unfold. Shahinian also hopes that artists viewing the show will be inspired to resist any shackling to staid and tired aesthetics or expected stylistic approaches and be aroused to seek more personal, less commercial, and deeper levels of self-expression and craft as painters.

Thomas Sarrantonio

Thomas Sarrantonio studied Painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, where his teachers included Wil Barnet and Sidney Goodman. He also holds degrees in Biology and English. His paintings have been exhibited widely and he is the recipient of numerous honors including a Pollock-Krasner Award and a Visiting Artist Residency in Normandy, France. He teaches in the Art Department at SUNY College at New Paltz and lives in Rosendale, New York, with his wife and children.

The paintings of Thomas Sarrantonio seek to mediate between realms of external perception and internal reflection. They present themselves as meditations on nature and self. Choosing humble, often overlooked subject matter, such as the overgrown grasses at the edge of a field, he attempts to translate the dynamic processes of Nature into the stasis of physical matter on a painted surface. Small works are produced directly from Nature while large paintings are studio productions that utilize memory, experience, imagination and conceptual ideas to negotiate the terrain of contemporary painting. The paintings are offered to the viewer as templates to provoke active participation in the process of seeing and quiet contemplation of the mysteries of consciousness.

Kate McGloughlin

Kate McGloughlin was born in 1962 and is a native of Olivebridge in New York's Hudson Valley. She graduated from the University of Arizona at Tucson with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Drawing & Painting in 1985, where she studied with Bruce McGrew and Robert Colescott. In 1991 she was awarded The Yasuo Kuniyoshi Scholarship to study printmaking with Robert Angeloch at The Woodstock School of Art, where she currently teaches Printmaking, Landscape Painting and is President of the Board of Directors.

McGloughlin has been included in Who's Who in American Art since 1999, and Who's Who in American Women since 2005. As Co-Director of Destination Arts Creative Workshops, she teaches landscape painting and printmaking workshops in Italy, Mexico, Ireland and the United States. Kate is represented by galleries in the Northeastern United States, and abroad.

Karl Dempwolf

Karl Dempwolf is a longtime member of the California Art Club and a master painter steeped in the tradition of painters including William Wendt, Franz Bischoff, Hanson Puthuff and Guy Rose. As a colorist he is more resonant with 20th Century Expressionism, and the boldness of his work is much more sympathetic to aspects of Modernism than a reprise of older styles. Also an avid plein air painter, Dempwolf exploits the scenic beauty of the California coast, its valleys, mountains, and - occasionally - urban boundaries. Dempwolf continues to travel around the country to work on location at National Parks and other scenic areas. He currently makes, carves, gilds and finishes his own frames - a tribute to his high standards and respect for the Arts and Craft traditions his personal art (and sense of craft) draws from. Karl has garnered many awards and a loyal collector base for his work. Karl's last showing at this gallery was in 2002.

Over the years Dempwolf has participated in exhibitions including: the Museum of Science and Industry in Los Angeles, the Frederick R. Weisman Museum at Pepperdine University in Malibu, the Phippen Museum in Prescott, AZ, the Carnegie Art Museum in Ventura County, CA, the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana, CA, and the Pasadena (CA) Museum of California Art.

Dempwolf's work can be found in publications from North Light Books, entitled Art from the Parks. His paintings are in the permanent collections of large corporations, among them McGraw-Hill Publishers and the National Park Foundation. Dempwolf's newly published book, A Painter's Journey, is available through the gallery or his web site.




JUNE 15, 2013 - August 11, 2013

Opening Reception was Saturday, June 22, 5-8 p.m.

Meet-the-Artist Talk & Rectption: Saturday, July 27, 5-7p.m.

Yale Epstein

Re-Imagings: Recontectualized Photographs




FEBRUARY 17 - JUNE 1, 2013:

Our 15th Anniversary Salon and Annual Collectors Sale continues through June 1!
OPEN HOUSE & RECEPTSION on Saturday, May 18, 5-8p.m.
Featured is work by 25 of the gallery's key artists, whose work has formed the core of more than 110 curated exhibits since 1998. Also on view are many items from our extensive holdings

The ANNUAL SALE Specials: One-Time 20% discount on most any single artwork of your choosing (excludes bronzes)
Or...One-Time 15% discount on Total of a single invoice (includes multiple items of your choosing!)


NOVEMBER 17, 2012 - Extended through FEBRUARY 10, 2013

Opening Reception was Saturday, November 17, 5-8 p.m.

Open House (11a.m-5p.m.) & Reception (5-8p.m.) was Saturday, December 15

DAVID EDDY

TODD GERMANN

Two Solo Exhibitons of New Work


In our Upstairs Galleries, 22 East Market Street, Suite 301, Rhinebeck, NY.

Albert Shahinian Fine Art closes its 15th year with two solo exhibitions of contemporary work. Featured are artists David Eddy and Todd Germann. The show opens Saturday, November 17 with a reception from 5-8p.m. and runs through December 31. Additionally, an open house and reception is planned for Saturday, December 15, 5-8pm, in conjunction with Rhinebeck/Red Hook Third Saturdays ArtsWalk. Eddy has been regular exhibitor at the gallery for the past ten years. This is Todd Germann's first major solo exhibition. (See their Artist Pages in the "Representing" section of our website.)

Continuing in the gallery's back room is "The Luminous Landscape 2012" with new and recent landscapes by Gary E. Fifer (VT) and Karl Dempwolf (CA). Additional work by Christie Scheele, Alex Martin and our stable of artists are also accessible in our back gallery. Albert Shahinian Fine Art Upstairs Galleries is a third floor walk-up at 22 East Market Street, Suite 301, Rhinebeck, NY. Current hours are Thursday-Saturday, 11-6; Sunday, noon-5 & by appointment or chance. (845) 876-7578.

David Eddy

David Eddy is a self-taught painter whose talent, vision, and very hard work have paid off handsomely - both in the number and scope of gallery representation nationally and by an enduring and growing recognition of the quality and sophistication of his work. Most of Eddy's paintings center on figures, solo or in groups, and may include animals within the overall narrative of a piece. There is a child-like, naive quality to his work, but the modeling of facial expressions and the delightful complexity and subtlety of the whole speak to a creator with deep insight, expert craftsmanship and uncompromising integrity; and, also, quite a sense of humor and whimsy.

Please click on an image below to display a larger version above.
(Additional paintings by David Eddy can be found under the REPRESENTING menu.)

Todd Germann

Formally educated and working as an architect, Todd is a completely self-taught painter who started exploring fine art while working on his thesis in 2004. That lack of training allows for his art to be untainted by precedent or instruction. He describes his painting process as "reactionary" - whether to a free-form line, a rigid architectural pencil line, a form, a color or a texture. Not predetermined, his paintings come about from first creating a "landscape" of texture and color, then adding to that basic design with a number of compositional elements, which goal is the desire to achieve a harmonious composition. His non-objective paintings are beautifully balanced, energetic, complex and, also like Eddy's work, whimsical; as such, they are wonderful foils to Eddy's figurative scenes.

Please click on an image below to display a larger version above.
(Additional paintings by Todd Germann can be found under the REPRESENTING menu.)

SEPTEMBER 29 - NOVEMBER 11, 2012

Opening Reception Saturday, September 29, 5-7:30p.m.

THE LUMINOUS LANDSCAPE 2012

15th Annual National Invitational Exhibition

Featuring Karl Dempwolf (CA) & Gary E. Fifer (VT)


In our Upstairs Galleries, 22 East Market Street, Suite 301, Rhinebeck, NY.

Celebrating its 15th year as a premier exhibition of landscape painting organized by Albert Shahinian Fine Art, The Luminous Landscape 2012 features artists Gary E. Fifer (VT) and Karl Dempwolf (CA). More than 40 recent plein air (painted outdoors on location) paintings highlight two contemporary artists who each are intimately connected to, and influenced by, an important historical style/school of American painting.

The Luminous Landscape has brought over 35 artists to the public in its 15 years as a showcase for contemporary landscape painters working within and beyond historical styles. This year's exhibit is an especially significant one, bringing together two long-time friends of the gallery - each with over 35 years of experience, and from very diverse backgrounds and personal styles - for a delightful "east-west" visual dialog.

Karl Dempwolf

Karl Dempwolf is a longtime member of the California Art Club and a master painter steeped in the tradition of painters including William Wendt, Franz Bischoff, Hanson Puthuff and Guy Rose. As a colorist he is more resonant with 20th Century Expressionism, and the boldness of his work is much more sympathetic to aspects of Modernism than a reprise of older styles. Also an avid plein air painter, Dempwolf exploits the scenic beauty of the California coast, its valleys, mountains, and - occasionally - urban boundaries. Dempwolf continues to travel around the country to work on location at National Parks and other scenic areas. He currently makes, carves, gilds and finishes his own frames - a tribute to his high standards and respect for the Arts and Craft traditions his personal art (and sense of craft) draws from. Karl has garnered many awards and a loyal collector base for his work. Karl's last showing at this gallery was in 2002.

Over the years Dempwolf has participated in exhibitions including: the Museum of Science and Industry in Los Angeles, the Frederick R. Weisman Museum at Pepperdine University in Malibu, the Phippen Museum in Prescott, AZ, the Carnegie Art Museum in Ventura County, CA, the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana, CA, and the Pasadena (CA) Museum of California Art.

Dempwolf's work can be found in publications from North Light Books, entitled Art from the Parks. His paintings are in the permanent collections of large corporations, among them McGraw-Hill Publishers and the National Park Foundation. Dempwolf's newly published book, A Painter's Journey, is available through the gallery or his web site.

Please click on an image below to display a larger version above. Samples of Karl's frames are included.

Karl Dempwolf spent his childhood growing up in the picturesque Bavarian countryside. At the age of fourteen he and his family immigrated to the United States on the Steamship America. Dempwolf received his B.A. from California State University Northridge, CA, where he will always be recognized as that institution's first All American Athlete.

Dempwolf continued his art education by attending Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles, and the University of Southern California, getting his Masters degree in 1974. Also in 1974, he won the coveted CINE Golden Eagle award for his film, "The Story of a Craftsman". The same film also won the Silver CINDY award and Best of Show at the Bellevue International Film Festival in Washington State. His film career ended when painting became his passion. Wendt, Rose, Puthuff, Payne and Ritschel became his artistic icons. We are honored to host this exhibition of his work!

Gary E. Fifer

Gary Fifer, a protege of Arthur Maynard, paints from the east coast tradition of Impressionist and post-Impressionist landscape painting, whose roots draw from the likes of Willard Metcalf, Frank Dumond, J.H. Twachtman and Robert E. Owen. Fifer is strictly an on location painter, almost always finishing a work in one sitting - his aim to capture the moment as accurately as possible. A long-time Mid-Hudson Valley fixture in the art scene, he relocated to Vermont six years ago to explore new topographies and subjects. Fifer's painting style is loose and free, worked with a limited palette but very true to the natural beauty and emotion of his subjects. Albert Shahinian Fine Art is Gary's sole representative. This is his first major exhibit with the gallery since 2008.

Please click on an image below to display a larger version above.
(Additional paintings by Gary Fifer can be found under the REPRESENTING menu.)

Gary Fifer's more specific artistic lineage with the American Impressionists (who painted in New York and Connecticut during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries) is as follows: a long-time protege of Arthur Maynard who, in turn, studied under Frank V. Dumond and was, himself, taught by Willard Metcalf. Dumond was an instructor at the Art Students League of New York (ASLNY) and the Ridgewood Art Institute, in New Jersey. Fifer also studied with Frank Mason at the ASLNY and, later, at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts in New York.

Gary has taken Best of Show awards from the Rye Arts Center, the Kent Art Association, Kent, Connecticut, and the Ridgewood Art Institute. He has taught studio and en plein air workshops at the Garrison Art Center in Garrison, NY, and the Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester, VT. He has lectured and demonstrated on location at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. Gary now resides in southern Vermont, where he paints and gives private lessons. Albert Shahinian Fine Art is Fifer's sole agent. All inquiries about his work and person should be made through the gallery, (845) 876-7578.


Previous Exhibition:

Upstairs Gallery: JULY 21 - SEPTEMBER 23, 2012

In Our Holdings Gallery: Ongoing from September 29, 2012

ALEX MARTIN (1931-2010) In Memoriam: Pastels

CHRISTIE SCHEELE: New & Recent Pastels

Alex Martin (1931-2010)

Alex Martin was Professor Emeritus of Painting and Drawing at SUNY, New Paltz, NY. He retired in 1996 after 33 years teaching and continued to paint avidly beautiful landscapes in the Hudson Valley and Ireland. This is the first of several planned exhibitions showcasing Martin's long career. Featured in this exhibit are approximately thirty pastels drawn from the artist's plein air portfolios and sketchbooks that relate to some aspect of - or activity on - the Hudson River in its run through the Poughkeepsie/Hyde Park region. Nearly all of these paintings have never been shown and are stylistically more "daring" and free than what collectors of Martin's work may associate with his work. The largest pastels are 11.5 x 17 inches yet express a wonderful spaciousness and feeling of movement that relates to his large canvases. Martin's work is in a number of collections including: The Whitney Museum of Art, NY; Neuberger Museum, Purchase, NY; American Telephone and Telegraph, NY; University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA; Tulane University, New Orleans, LA; and Pepsico, Denver, CO.

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Christie Scheele

Christie Scheele presents new and recent pastels that draw inspiration from Cape Cod, the Catskills, and the greater Hudson Valley region. This is her first all-pastel showing in many years. Interestingly, her first major exhibition was a joint showing with Alex Martin when both artists were represented by Jim Cox Gallery in Woodstock. The stylistic differences between the two artists are great and highlight, wonderfully, how very different visions of similar terrain can each be so visually and artistically satisfying. Additional work of Scheele's can be viewed on her "Represented Artists" page on this web site. Scheele is a mid-career painter whose work has garnered a venerable reputation in the Northeast and is now entering major public and private collections. Those include: Queens Museum of Art, Flushing, NY; Tyler Museum of Art, Tyler, TX; Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz, NY; Astoria Savings Bank, Queens, NY; James Gleich & Cynthia Crossen, Garrison & NYC, NY; Keihin Hotels-Executive Group, Takanawa, Japan; Dutchess Community College Permanent Collection, Poughkeepsie, NY; American Airlines at Kennedy Airport, Queens, NY; Club Financiero Genova, Madrid, Spain; Waterford Crystal, New York, NY; Albert Shahinian, Rhinebeck, NY; Bessemer Trust Co., New York, NY; Mark Ruffalo, New York, NY; Julio Mendoza-Sanchez, Madrid, Spain; Bessemer Trust Co., San Francisco, CA; Nikkei Nihon Keizai Shimbun America, New York, NY; Kelsey Grammer, Malibu, CA.

Please click on an image below to display a larger version above.
(Additional paintings by Christie Scheele can be found under the REPRESENTING menu.)

We have just launched this new version of our web site and will be adding more information and photos in the months ahead. 


Gallery Events, September 2012-April 2014

September

15

Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.
Gallery open until 7 p.m.

Sat.,

15

Closing Reception for Alex Martin/Christie Scheele Exhibit
5-7 p.m. Free to the Public!

Sun.,

23

Alex Martin/Christie Scheele Exhibit closes in main galleries.

Sat.,

29

Opening Reception THE LUMINOUS LANDSCAPE - Our 15th Annual Invitational Exhibition - featuring artists Gary Fifer (Manchester, VT) and Karl Dempwolf (Los Angeles, CA).
5-7:30 p.m. Free to the public!

October

8

SPECIAL: OPEN 10-5 p.m. Columbus Day

20

Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.
Gallery open until 7:30 p.m.

(Alex Martin/Christie Scheele exhibit continues in our holdings gallery through the end of the year.)

November

11

THE LUMINOUS LANDSCAPE continues through November 11 (and afterwards in our holdings gallery).

Sat.,

17

Opening Reception for Two Solo Exhibitions featuring artists David Eddy & Todd Germann.
5-8 p.m. Free to the public!

17

Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.
Gallery open until 7:30 p.m.

Thurs.,

22

Gallery Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday

(THE LUMINOUS LANDSCAPE exhibit continues in our holdings gallery through the end of the year.)

December

1

Annual SINTERKLAAS Winter Pageant & Festival of Lights
10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Rhinebeck Village; gallery open during event.

Sat.,

15

Our Gallery's Open House & Reception: 5-8p.m.
Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.

Sunday,
December
Through

16

OPEN ALL WEEK FOR OUR ANNUAL HOLIDAY SALE
EXTENDED HOURS - Daily, 11-6p.m. (Sunday, 12-5p.m.)

Sunday,
December

23

From the 16th - 23rd FOR OUR ANNUAL HOLIDAY SALE
EXTENDED HOURS - Daily, 11-6p.m. (Sunday, 12-5p.m.)

Monday

31

SPECIAL New Year's Eve Hours & SALE, 11a.m.-5p.m.

JANUARY
2013

NEW WINTER HOURS BEGIN:

Thursday & Sunday, 12-5; Friday & Saturday, 11-6.

3

Todd Germann/David Eddy solo exhibits continues through February 10. Additionally, work for our 16th Anniversary Exhibit and Annual Collectors Show is up in our holdings gallery.

Sat.,

19

Gallery Open House & Reception: 5-8p.m.
Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.

FEBRUARY
Sat.,

16

OPEN HOUSE (12-5p.m.) & OPFENING Meet the Artists Reception: 5-8p.m. for our Anniversary Show & Annual Collectors Sale
Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.

MARCH
Sat.,

16

OPEN HOUSE (12-5p.m.) & OPFENING Meet the Artists Reception: 5-8p.m. for our Anniversary Show & Annual Collectors Sale
Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.

Sun.,

31

Gallery CLOSED for EASTER

APRILl

4

NEW SPRING HOURS BEGIN:

Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 11-6; Sunday, 12-5

Sat.,

20

Gallery Open House 5-7p.m.
Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.

MAY
Thurs.,

2

Gallery CLOSED TODAY

Fri.,

3

Gallery CLOSED TODAY

Sat.,

4

Gallery OPEN 11-6

Sun.,

5

Gallery CLOSED TODAY

Thur.,

9

Gallery CLOSED TODAY

Fri.,

10

Gallery CLOSED TODAY

Sat.,

11

Gallery OPEN 11-6

Sun.,

12

Gallery CLOSED TODAY

Wed.,

15

Art Along The Hudson 2013 Kick-Off Event in Rhinebeck - Gallery open all day (call for extended hours)

Thurs.,

16

SPRING & SUMMER HOURS RESUME:

Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 11-6; Sunday, 12-5

Sat.,

18

OPEN HOUSE (12-5p.m.) & OPFENING Meet the Artists Reception (5-8p.m.) for our continuing Anniversary Show & Annual Collectors Sale
Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.

JUNE
Sat.,

15

Gallery Preview: Yale Epstein Solo Exhibition -
"Re-Imaginings"
: 5-8p.m.
Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.

Sat.,

22

OPENING Meet the Artist Reception (5-8p.m.):
Yale Epstein Solo Exhibition - "Re-Imaginings: Re-Contextualized Photographs".
(Catalog Available on Request.)

JULY
Sat.,

20

Gallery Open House 5-8p.m.
Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.

Sat.,

27

Artist Talk & Reception with Yale Epstein (5-7 p.m.):
In conjunction with his current solo exhibition - "Re-Imaginings: Re-Contextualized Photographs".
(Catalog Available on Request.) FREE but R.S.V.P. suggested.

AUGUST
Thur.,

15

Gallery Preview: THE LUMINOUS LANDSCAPE 2013- Our 16th Annual Invitational Exhibition. The exhibit runs through Sunday, October 20.

Sat.,

17

4-7p.m.: Opening Reception THE LUMINOUS LANDSCAPE 2013- Our 16th Annual Invitational Exhibition - featuring artists Thomas Sarrantonio (Rosendale, NY), Kate McGloughlin (Woodstock, NY) and Karl Dempwolf (Los Angeles, CA).
Free to the public!

SEPTEMB.
Sat.,

21

Gallery Open House 5-8p.m.
Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.

OCTOBER
Sat.,

19

Gallery Open House 5-8p.m.
Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.

Sat.,

26

4-6p.m.: ArtTalk & Closing Reception. Free!
With Thomas Sarrantonio
& Kate McGloughlin.
THE LUMINOUS LANDSCAPE 2013- through October 27.

NOVEMB.
Sat.,

2

5-7:30p.m.: Opening Reception - Major Solo Exhibition -
"LESLIE BENDER: Involutions - Invocations".
New paintings on paper and canvas. Free to the public!

Thurs.,

28

Gallery Closed for Thanksgiving Day Holiday

Friday,

29

Gallery Reopens with Regular Hours.

DECEMB.
Sat.,

7

Annual SINTERKLAAS Winter Pageant & Festival of Lights
10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Rhinebeck Village; gallery open during event.

Sat.

21

4-6p.m.: ArtistTalk & Reception with Leslie Bender
for solo show,"LESLIE BENDER: Involutions - Invocations".

2014

Winter Hours for January - February: Thursday, Friday, Sunday, 12-5; Saturday, 11-6 & by appointment/chance.

JANUARY

18

Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.
Gallery open until 7 p.m.

FEBRUARY

15

Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.
Gallery open until 7:30 p.m.

MARCH

1

Spring Hours Resume: Thursday-Saturday, 11-6; Sunday, 12-5 & by appointment/chance.

Sat.,

15

Meet the Artists Reception: 5-8p.m. for our Anniversary Show & Annual Collectors Sale
Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.

APRIL

19

Rhinebeck Third Saturdays ArtsWalk - late night for local galleries with openings and events throughout the village.
Gallery open until 8 p.m.