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“Art in Another Dimension, The Big Reveal”: An exploration into the use of non-traditional art materials and methods to make a unique, personal statement, a free master class by artist Monica Ostrow. The class will begin with a tour of the exhibit, “Thinking Inside the Box,” and Ostrow will talk about her conceptualization of the artworks and how they evolve, and will also take questions from attendees. OBTC Great Room 101, Kaplan Hall, 73 First St., Newburgh. 4:15-6:15 p.m. Feb. 19. 341-4891/9386. email@example.com.
Call for Artists
The Earth Speaks V: Open call for work that focuses on the gravity of environmental issues. “A Juried Exhibition on the Environmental Crisis” will be held this spring at Dunning Art Gallery, Northampton Community College Monroe Campus, Tannersville, Pa. Show juror is Harry C. Tabak of New Paltz. Download prospectus and enter online at poconoarts.org/earthspeaks. Submissions due Feb. 15.
“WOW! Water on Water”: Time and the Valleys Museum in Grahamsville invites artists to submit work for this exhibit, which will showcase watercolor paintings of scenes located within the Catskill and Delaware watershed areas. Participating artists will share their favorite views, why the scenes are important to them and how, as artists, they interpret what they see. Exhibit will open in May. Contact Elise Hornbeck, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com or call 985-7700 for more information.
Sullivan County Homegrown Artists Exhibition Program: Seeking flat works in any medium created and submitted by Sullivan County residents to display in the Government Center. All works considered, but a committee will decide which to display. spiritcrow.com/ArtCouncil.
The Great Wall of Honesdale: The Great Wall of Honesdale is entering its fourth year and has become a landmark in Wayne County, Pa. The 2019 edition will premiere in May and remain on display for a year. Each artist is permanently featured on The Wall’s website. Open call for artists in all mediums for presentation. Wayne County Arts Alliance, PO Box 645, Honesdale. 570-729-5740. thegreatwallofhonesdale.com.
EveryDay Newburgh: An exhibition of photographs and audio by Newburgh Community Photo Project. Public installation at 21 Liberty St. through Feb. 16. EveryDay Newburgh is a photography and advocacy workshop for teenagers and young adults to develop narratives on poverty, water, housing, gender and sexual identities and other social-political issues affecting their lives. Participants are trained as citizen journalists by professional photographers, editors and media artists to raise awareness and become powerful voices in their community. Newburgh Community Photo Project, 102 S. William St., Newburgh. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exhibit openings & receptions
“Fools Gold”: New paintings by Catherine Chesters, who draws heavily from pop art influences and immerses herself in varying mediums including photography, collage, neon and digital manipulations. Also, “Enigma” by Eva Drizhal, who has worked in fiber art, paintings, illustrations and 3D objects. DVAA, 37 Main St., Narrowsburg. Reception 3-5 p.m. Feb. 16. Exhibit on view through March 23. 252-7576. Delawarevalleyartsalliance.org.
North East Watercolor Society 2019 Members’ Show: Sill lifes, genre paintings, land and seascapes, in styles from photo-realistic to semi-abstracts with variations of loose to detailed techniques. Orange Hall Gallery, 24 Grandview Ave., Middletown. Reception 1-4:15 p.m. March 3. Also, Lynn D. Pratt will give a demonstration, “Bringing the Third Dimension to Life”, 2:30 p.m. Exhibit open through March 18. 341-4891. email@example.com.
Catskill Art Society: “Negotiating the Gnarly” by Mermer Blakeslee and Margot McLean, and “Nocturne” by Dale Emmart, exhibitions open through March 9. CAS, 48 Main St., Livingston Manor. catskillartsociety.org. 436-4227.
The Falcon Gallery: Ned Moran & The Avalon Archives Museum of Roots, Rock & Roll now permanently installed at The Falcon Underground – the “pub-beneath-the-club”. A vast, rotating collection of founder, director, and curator Moran’s extraordinary displays of rare and obscure photos, posters, album covers, books, and recordings are the primary visuals for this intimate space. Also, featuring the art of Al Ross, legendary cartoonist for The New Yorker Magazine and abstract expressionist, though March. 1348 Route 9W, Marlboro, liveatthefalcon.com, 236-7970.
The Grange: “Three Women of Art Series” A collaborative exhibit featuring the works of Stephanie Joyce Roth, Janet Howard Fatta and Flavia Bacarella. Through February. 1 Ryerson Rd., Warwick, TheGrangeWarwick.com, 986-1170.1 Ryerson Rd., Warwick. TheGrangeWarwick.com, 986-1170.
Hotel Fauchere: “Warhol/Makos, Icons of the Eighties.” Show of Christopher Makos’s photos, depicting some of the era’s most fascinating people, including Andy Warhol, Debbie Harry, John Lennon, Salvador Dali and more. 410 Broad St., Milford, Pa. hotelfauchere.com, 570-409-1212.
Mindy Ross Gallery: “Thinking Inside the Box” by Monica Ostrow, through Feb. 28. 73 First St., Newburgh, sunyorange.edu/culturalaffairs, 341-4891. Kaplan Hall, corner of Grand and First streets, Newburgh. 341-4891. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Time and the Valleys Museum: “Water and the Valleys,” “Tunnels, Toil and Trouble: New York City’s Quest for Water and the Rondout-Neversink Story,” and “Picture Yourself(ie) in the 1930s.” $5 suggested donation, $2 children 16 and under, free under age 6. 332 Main St. (Rt. 55) Grahamasville, 985-7700, timeandthevalleysmuseum.org.
Vassar College:”Freehand: Drawings by Inez Nathaniel Walker, through April 14. Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Taylor Hall, Room 102. Vassar College, 124 Raymond Ave., Poughkeepsie, fllac.vassar.edu
Wired Gallery: “To Know the Light” End of the year show featuring 15 area artists in celebration of light and dark through nature-connected art in a variety of media. Through April 1. Thewiredgallery.com.11 Mohonk Rd., High Falls. 682-564-5613.