July 5, 2012 —
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — On Saturday, July 7, (rain date Sunday, July 8), from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Livingston Manor will host an ArtWalk with 30 artists ranging from watercolor, acrylics and oils to mixed media and photography.
Ann Higgins, Elise Hornbeck, Gary Tempel, Caroline Harrow, Linda Hare, Una Evers, Kate Hyden and Scott Woods will be at WaterWheel Junction with more Art on display inside of Wildlife Gift. Jeff Bank will entertain some of the Jeff Bank calender photographers: Stephen Davis, Virginia Sanborn and James Carney.
Susan Pascale will be in the Lazy Beagle’s Outdoor Café, next to Moose Be Morning. Claire Coleman, owner of The Plunk Shop, will not only have her own art exhibit in the store, but brings us the work of James Karpowicz, Gloria Wagenknecht, Raphael Wittenstein and Nada Clyne. Ginger Smith will be giving a demo of encaustic work.
The Livingston Manor Library will host Rob Rayevsky’s exhibit while they hold a book sale outside of the old Hamish and Henry building. The Catskill Art Society will simultaneously be running its members show.
Laverne Black will have a black and white photography exhibit at Morgan Outdoors, while The Outsider’s Studio Collective is hosted by RM Farm. Photographer Lance Verderame will be displaying his wildlife photos on the porch at Catskill Abstract/Karl Bressler. And don’t forget to visit Ed Lundquist in his open studio on Main and Pleasant streets.
Maps will be stationed around Livingston Manor to lead you to the next artist’s exhibit and store windows will display more. ChalkWalk will also be in full swing for kids who love to doodle, draw and display their skills on the sidewalks. Visit www.livingstonmanor.org .