Ceramic Sculpture by Dina Bursztyn

Dates: June 9-July 22, 2018
Location: Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery, Hunter Village Square, Main Street, Hunter
Gallery Hours: Friday, Saturday & Monday, 11 am-5:30 pm; Sunday 11 am-4:00 PM
More Information: 518 263 2060

It All Began with Clay

As the Catskill Mountain Foundation (CMF) continues its 20th anniversary celebrations, the Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery will host three concurrent exhibitions of solo artists from the region: It All began With Clay: ceramic sculpture by Dina Bursztyn, Enigma: drawings by Ryder Cooley and Where We Are: new paintings by Lisa Jacobson, starting June 9, 2018.

The six-week exhibit, which will comprise works from the three talented artists from the Catskill and Hudson Valley, fits in perfectly with Gallery Director Robert Tomlinson’s goal of engaging the Hunter community and offering a wide range of educationally oriented, thematic exhibitions as well as selected solo shows that will honor local artists and artisans. “The gallery’s goal is to create meaningful engagement through relevant content while bringing to life the distinct “voice” of different materials. I admire artists who persevere, trust their instincts and follow their imaginations to make work that is uniquely theirs,” notes Tomlinson.

Dina Bursztyn’s work encompasses a variety of media and this exhibit will focus on ceramic sculpture. She has been awarded several public art commissions, among others, by NYC MTA’s Arts & Design, NYC Percent for the Arts and the Public Art Fund. Her work has been shown extensively in the US and internationally. She currently divides her time between NYC and Catskill, NY, where she co-owns the Open Studio Gallery.




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