Featured Artists
Kathryn Freeman: Magic Realism

Kathryn Freeman: Magic Realism

Kathryn Freeman is a narrative painter who combines classical composition with magic realism. This show will include paintings from both her “Stories from the Woods” and “Interior Dreams” series. Freeman is a storyteller and her works balance on the edge between dream and reality. Freeman expresses her passion for dogs, especially for rescue dogs, by...
Stephanie Anderson Watercolors

Stephanie Anderson Watercolors

Inspired by organic forms of vegetables, flowers and fruits each painting is a balancing act, capturing the beauty of chosen subject matter while manipulating the often unpredictable qualities of the paint. “As my work evolves,” says Anderson, “I am incorporating contemporary objects – plastic bags for instance – that simultaneously serve to locate these paintings...
Fauna & Flora by Jean Hannon Douglas

Fauna & Flora by Jean Hannon Douglas

Jean Hannon Douglas’s vast oeuvre, representing decades of work, includes drawings and paintings of fauna and flora; snowscapes and forests, seashells and mollusks; portraits of the loved and less loved; images of Rome, New York, Cape Cod and Antarctica, not to forget chairs and still life. “I paint what’s around me – things I live...
Earthly Delights

Earthly Delights

A new group exhibition of works in Ceramics, Mixed Media, Sculpture and Textile. Exhibitors include Barbara J. Allen, Pam Church, Deb Heid, Nancy Holmes-Doyle, Peter Kukresh, Nancy Magnusson, Tanya Kukucka, Deb Lecce, Alison Palmer and Missy Stevens. The show will open on Saturday, October 19th and run through November 16th. A reception is to be held Saturday, October 19th,...
James Napoleon: Classmates

James Napoleon: Classmates

“While this is not about capturing individual likenesses, it is about capturing the look of an era. I am striving to recreate faces of hopefulness, naiveté, and innocence. Each panel is dominated by a particular classmate, although each is inevitably a combination of two or more likenesses, as the class was large and the work is...
Sam Weinstein : Black and Light

Sam Weinstein : Black and Light

A World War II veteran, Sam Weinstein was in the Army from 1942-1945, where he was stationed in Italy. After the war he returned to photograph some of the places that had made an impression. This show includes many of these images, including a heart-tugging photograph of children held behind barbed wire waiting for chocolates...
Alison Palmer: 2D+3D

Alison Palmer: 2D+3D

Besides her highly inventive ceramics, Alison Palmer is showing a whole new dimension of her work. Actually, 2 dimensions. Gallery on the Green is exhibiting the illustrations that are the drawings and concepts behind her sculptures. The notes in Alison’s sketchbook tell the story: “Here we are brainstorming in Mexico. I couldn’t bring clay on...
Robert Rodriguez, Jr. / Light and Land

Robert Rodriguez, Jr. / Light and Land

October exhibition of works by noted photographer Robert Rodriguez, Jr. opens with a reception 5–7 pm on Saturday, October 6th and will run through November 10th. Trained as a musician, Robert was a music producer before transitioning to landscape photography.…
Lynn Karlin / Raw Art: The Pedestal Series

Lynn Karlin / Raw Art: The Pedestal Series

The Pedestal Series opens with a reception 5–7 pm on May 19th and will run through June 16th. A portion of the proceeds from sales of the art will go to benefit the Pawling Farmers Market. To see Anne Raver’s write-up in the Home section of the The New York Times go to Lynn Karlin’s Photos...
Facets: an exhibit by John Hatleberg

Facets: an exhibit by John Hatleberg

John Hatleberg is a conceptual gem artist recognized for the diversity of his work with jewels. He is the world authority on creating exact replicas of famous diamonds and has created diamond replicas since 1987. His replicas are visually indistinguishable from the original diamonds…
Arlene Nadel: Keyhole

Arlene Nadel: Keyhole

A life-long artist, Arlene Nadel came to painting after being a professional dancer and ceramicist. She studied art at The Art Student’s League, The National Academy of Design, The School of Visual Arts and Parsons. In explaining Keyhole, Ms. Nadel states, “An open door is an obvious symbol, of opportunity and freedom. In Keyhole, the door is...
de Kooning retrospective opens at The MoMA

de Kooning retrospective opens at The MoMA

The first major museum exhibit devoted to the career of Willem de Kooning, considered among the most important and prolific artists of the 20th century, opens to the public September 18th at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.