have been to "Bash Bish Falls" many times. This
photo brought back happy memories for me.
Odell has been the featured solo artist in two TAU shows.
Her photos are brilliant and capture the nature of flowers,
landscapes and cityscapes.
bonds the photos on metal which gives the images a clean,
crisp impression, like a blast of fresh country air. Or a
cold drink from a clear mountain spring.
Ackerman' "Blonde" is a prime example of WTF...
(Not the World Trade Federation.)
seems so normal and well adjusted in person.
Byer apparantly can't wait for April and the opening of trout
had to yank hard on the line to bring in "Franken Wine
has been on the Phoenicia/Shandaken Art Studio Tour (PSST!)
several times and we look forward to having him on the tour
again. Tell him that when you see him!
is "Pine Meadow Lake" by Dave Channon.
I've gone fishing there many times but never saw anything like
walking on water, spaced out ballerinas, and a Space Shuttle
is on the PSST! too.
Eden is having a picnic party with a few friends. Which
one is Bronson?
touch of anti-GRAVITY rivalling the special effects of the movie
of the same name.
lenticular 3D creations use space age technology. I first
experienced it on a Cracker Jack prize and while watching Percy
Dovetonsil flickering his eyeglasses on the Ernie Kovacs show.
is another PSST! alumnus.
that's the Phoenicia/Shandaken
Art Studio Tour)
Fliegel is possibly still working on this unnamed painting in
the VIP back room at the Arts Upstairs.
is tart and Tanguey, with a touch of
a particle of
Lynn is on the tour!)
Owen is the Ernest Hemingway of painters. (PSST!
month's show at TAU has a great wealth of his works, you can
almost call it a lifetime retrospective.
Match" is a thick and lush representation of
what I call a sticky wicket.
lovely portrait of Margaret Owen was created by a premiere phographer,
originally from England, which explains her curious sense of
humor. She says her photo subjects are
adores fine chocolate.
photo by Margaret Owen is titled:
altogether different take on the definition of photo. I always
assumed the camera does not lie, but when does inspiration and
imagination cross over the line?
is the director of The Arts Upstairs and a PSST!
Storms (PSST!) was
working hard in the VIP room when I encountered her on our Art
pastel is titled "Orchid", part of her upcoming exhibition.
Kislin shows how it is done. His works are the result of a lifetime
of furious collection.
being made from found objects, they give the impression of being
carved out of one block of mental marble.
Monkeying Around" is a marvel of perpetual motion in stasis.
Minglis has the kind of erotic sensual imagination that captivates
takes flourescence into effervescence and beyond.
Nordness Makes exceptional ceramics and dogs. You can see the
influence of flowing glazes in this forest scene called
is on the PSST!
her studio this July for a real treat.
knows the loaded brush.
is once... for that is all you may ever get.
Roses" displays a deep Zen approach.
be on PSST! this year?
is on a roll. This painting from his "Catskill Cycling
Series" is just in time for the new rail and bike trail.
axles greased for soon you will be able to bike from Belleayre
to Poughkeepsie. Downhill all the way!