The Transverse Gallery in Locust Grove’s Museum Pavilion hosts a series of exhibits of works by contemporary artists each year.
A solo exhibition by Paola Bari
On view: January 16 – March 23
Reception with the artist: Thursday March 13, 5:30 – 7:30pm
“Nature and earth are our daily gifts and my daily inspirations. I like catching a moment of life and freezing it in the dream world of the porcelain colors. I love the challenge of adamping my fantasy, my inspirations, to the things that surround me and to shape them on the porcelain to form, at the end, a harmonic unit. The transparency of the porcelain is fascinating to me because it contributes to the elegance of the finished work of art.” Paola Bari
Chagall in High Falls
On view: March 27 – June 1
Lecture: April 10 5:30-7:30pm. Free and open to the public.
The travelling exhibit “Chagall in High Falls” provides a glimpse into a little-known period of the renowned painter Marc Chagall’s life, which was spent in Ulster County, New York from 1946 to 1948. During these 2.5 years, Chagall (1887-1985) lived and worked in a small house on Mohonk Road in High Falls with his companion, Virginia Haggard and their son, David, producing more than 90 works, including the lithographic series “Arabian Nights: Four Tales from a Thousand and One Nights.
A solo exhibition by Barbara Mink
On view: June 5 – August 3
“I have chosen a radical new direction for my current series. My previously muscular, vigorously chromatic, and heavily layered paintings have evolved in the direction of the spare, the muted, and the geometric. Using unprimed canvas and linen into which the paint soaks, as well as floats above, I am taking a new measured and mathematical approach in which the neutral palette compliments natural linen,; the intentional shapes and less intentional color masses speak to decisively black lines. Points and lines meet in a dimension of relation; a web or matrix, rather than a grid.” Barbara Mink
A solo exhibition by Tom Bolger
On view: August 7 – October 12
“Art is an adventure that takes me on the constant journey of direct observation, this I believe is the tool needed to be a painter and accomplish the task of recording what I see.” Tom Bolger
A solo exhibition by Sue DeSanna
On view: October 16 – January 2015