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Arts & Culture
11:35 am
Wed November 12, 2014

'What Was And Is' By Gillian Jagger

Gillian Jagger, Whirl 3, 2014
Credit Courtesy David Lewis

  British-born artist Gillian Jagger. In the late 1970s, after a career in New York, she moved to the Hudson Valley, where she’s since focused on the interdependence of man and nature.

Still, she’s never left her past entirely behind. Her new exhibition, What Was And Is, is a fascinating grouping of old and recent works. Pieces ranging from early-’60s paintings incorporating casts of manhole covers to brand-new sculptures made of resin and horsehair.

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Arts & Culture
11:35 am
Thu September 11, 2014

'Common Ground' - SculptureNow At The Mount

Ann Jon - 'Arch II' - steel, pigment

  The Mount in Lenox, MA welcomes 40,000 visitors during its season from May 3-October 31. It is a destination point for lovers of Edith Wharton’s writing, historical mansion, exquisite gardens, and now lovers of contemporary sculpture.

Common Ground is an exhibition of contemporary outdoor sculptures currently on display at The Mount and presented in partnership with SculptureNow. In this segment we take a tour of the exhibition with SculptureNow Director, Ann Jon. We also check in with Susan Wissler, the Executive Director of The Mount.

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The Roundtable
11:12 am
Fri September 5, 2014

The Clermont State Historic Site And Robert Hite

    The Clermont State Historic Site in Germantown, NY was the Hudson River seat of New York's politically and socially prominent Livingston Family. Seven successive generations of the family left their imprint on the site's architecture, room interiors and landscape. Robert R. Livingston, Jr. was Clermont's most notable resident.

His accomplishments include: drafting the Declaration of Independence, serving as first U.S. Minister of Foreign Affairs, administering the oath of office to George Washington, negotiating the Louisiana Purchase and developing steamboat technology with Robert Fulton.

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The Roundtable
11:12 am
Fri July 25, 2014

The Underwater Museum: The Submerged Sculptures Of Jason deCaires Taylor

    A one-of-a-kind blend of art, nature, and conservation, The Underwater Museum re-creates an awe-inspiring dive into the dazzling under-ocean sculpture parks of artist Jason deCaires Taylor.

Taylor casts his life-size statues from a special kind of cement that facilitates reef growth, and sinks them to the ocean floor. There, over time, the artworks attract corals, algae, and fish, and evolve into beautiful and surreal installations that are also living reefs. This volume brings readers face to face with these wonders and explains the science behind their creation.

Arts & Culture
11:12 am
Thu October 10, 2013

Gillian Jagger - And Then, And Now: New Work From The Cave At The John Davis Gallery

And The and Now, 2012-2013, mixed media, 11 feet x 8 feet 5 inches x 7 feet 6 inches and Bull Drawing III, 2012, mixed media, 11 x 11 feet

  Artist Gillian Jagger has shown work continuously since 1956 in New York City at major galleries. Jagger is Professor Emeritus at the Graduate School, Pratt Institute, New York and had received many grants and awards include a Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship, Nancy Graves Foundation Grant, International Art Critics Foundation, and Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant. In summer 2012, she was selected for an award from the Henry Moore Foundation in London.

Her new work, And Then, And Now: New Work from the Cave will be on display at The John Davis Gallery in Hudson, NY October 12th through November 3rd.

The Roundtable
10:35 am
Mon July 1, 2013

FDR Presidential Library and Museum - Carolyn D. Palmer

    Carolyn D. Palmer has created new sculptures of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt which are on display in the renovated lobby of the FDR Presidential Library and Museum.

These beautiful new sculptures — commissioned through private donations and donated to the Library — can be touched by the public and will help the Roosevelt Library fulfill its commitment to accessibility for all its visitors. If you can’t see the first couple’s features – with these sculptures, you can feel them in bronze.

  Master sculptor, Carolyn D. Palmer graduated cum laude from Nazareth College in Rochester, New York. She went on to study privately throughout Spain, France, Italy and the United States. Her sculptures are displayed in both public venues and private collections. A larger-than-life Thomas Jefferson graces the Jefferson Center Lobby in Syracuse, New York. Her Dr. Zef Oroshi, smoking his famous pipe, resides in a prominent Hartsdale, New York Cathedral. And her Wright Brothers were acquired by the Sanford, Orlando airport. Palmer was chosen by Mayor Christopher Doherty of Scranton, Pennsylvania to create life size bronzes of Vice President Joseph Biden, and the late Governor Robert P. Casey for a historic park in Scranton.

Arts & Culture
10:45 am
Wed June 26, 2013

Homage to Dance: Sculptures and Drawings by Andrew DeVries

    The National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs, NY is now hosting Homage to Dance: Sculptures and Drawings by Andrew DeVries.

Each season the Museum rotates in exhibits pertinent to a variety of dance related topics - including dance inspired fine art. This particular exhibition showcases a selection of Berkshires-based artist Andrew DeVries’ many bronze sculptures and pastel pieces.

The grand opening of this exhibit is this Friday, June 28 at 6pm – and at the event Andrew will unveil a brand new sculpture.

Here now to tell us more are the artist himself, Andrew DeVries, and his wife and manager – Patricia Purdy. Patricia is also the gallery director at DeVries Fine Art International in Lenox, MA.

Hudson Valley News
1:37 pm
Fri May 3, 2013

Two Exhibitions Open At Storm King Art Center

Storm King Art Center in New York’s Orange County is a sculpture park, and there are two exhibitions opening Saturday. One marks the first large-scale exhibit in the U.S. for a certain artist. The other is a piece that has a lot to say about the environment.

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