Month: March 2016

The Poetics of Space with Fred Guyot at the Erpf Center

The Erpf Center in Arkville is hosting The Poetics of Space, an art show featuring the works of abstract painter Fred Guyot. Guyot, who received his MFA from Brooklyn College, studied with famous Philip Pearlstein in the 1960s, and developed a style characterized by rich, bold colors. The Poetics of Space includes works produced between 1990 and 2010, and will remain on view through May 27. For more information, visit http://catskillcenter.org/events/fred-guyot.

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Weekend in the Catskills – 3/25/2016

This weekend:

  • The Poetics of Space with painter Fred Guyot at the Erpf Center in Arkville;
  • Sugaring Off Sundays showing maple sugaring demonstrations at the Farmers’ Museum in Cooperstown;
  • And, Catskill Mountain Railroad’s Easter Bunny Rides from Westbrook Station at Kingston Plaza.

Learn more at Upstater.com.

Weekend in the Catskills – 3/18/2016

This weekend:

  • The Ulster Ballet Company presents its annual Festival of Dance at the Ulster Performing Arts Center in Kingston;
  • Catskill Art Society in Livingston Manor presents Saturday Sampler, a series of five art workshops led by Helena Clare Pittman, Saturdays from 2 to 5 pm, March 19 to April 16;
  • And, The Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery in Hunter is hosting Older than the Mountain, a solo exhibition featuring the works of Laura Leigh.

Learn more at Upstater.com.

Weekend in the Catskills – 3/11/2016

This weekend:

  • Thomas Cole as designer and architect Sunday lecture at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site in Catskill;
  • Text-based art at the Woodstock Framing Gallery, including stamp art by Molly Rausch;
  • And, Alice in Wonderland Adventures at the Woodstock Playhouse.

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Weekend in the Catskills – 3/4/2016

This weekend:

  • “American Stories” exhibition at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center in Poughkeepsie includes works by iconic American artists such as Sanford Gifford, William Merritt Chase, and Georgia O’Keefe;
  • Woodstock writer and musician Robert Burke Warren launches his debut novel Perfectly Broken at the Kleinert / James Center for the Arts;
  • And illustrator Loel Barr teaches a Handmade Books as Art workshop at the Woodstock School of Art.

Learn more at Upstater.com.