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Saturday, July 20th

Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

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Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

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Sunday, July 21st

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

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Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

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Monday, July 22nd

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

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Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

Read More

 

Tuesday, July 23rd

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

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Wednesday, July 24th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

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Thursday, July 25th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

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Friday, July 26th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

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Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

Read More

 

Saturday, July 27th

Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

Read More

 
Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

Read More

 

Sunday, July 28th

Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

Read More

 
Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

Read More

 

Monday, July 29th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

Read More

 
Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

Read More

 

Tuesday, July 30th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

Read More

 

Wednesday, July 31st

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

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Past Events

Saturday, 6th

Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

Read More

 
Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

Read More

 

Sunday, 7th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

Read More

 
Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

Read More

 

Monday, 8th

Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

Read More

 
Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

Read More

 

Tuesday, 9th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

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Wednesday, 10th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

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Thursday, 11th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

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Friday, 12th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

Read More

 
Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

Read More

 

Saturday, 13th

Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

Read More

 
Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

Read More

 

Sunday, 14th

Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

Read More

 
Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

Read More

 

Monday, 15th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

Read More

 
Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

Read More

 

Tuesday, 16th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

Read More

 

Wednesday, 17th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

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Thursday, 18th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

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Friday, 19th

Visions from Many Hands

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Visions from Many Hands

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

An exhibit of ceramic art by instructors at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts

Read More

 
Light Falling Across Dark Places

THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Light Falling Across Dark Places

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

Art is a form of engagement and there are many ways to enjoy the paintings made by Laura Taylor.† They invite the viewer to listen carefully as they are seeped in a mysterious slow reveal; on one-hand a mirror to oneís own subconscious, and the other, an invitation to a luminous dream-like state which invites patience and stillness.

I like the way in which Taylor plays with partial recognitions, often providing an anchor that declines definitive answers, implying a deep sense of place without a beginning or an end, a memory palace without walls.

There is an easy confidence in the way the paint is layered.† It is lyrical and soft but also intentional and resolved.† Her paintings donít work because of what you think you know, they rely on your willingness to feel and be truthful with yourself.† Itís that authenticity that shines and welcomes the vulnerable viewer into the paintingís embrace.

Robert Tomlinson
Director, Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

Read More