Would you believe us if we told you the scene for “Steaming” stands only about 18″ tall? Exquisite detail and moody atmosphere are the hallmarks of Marjorie Kellogg’s theatrical vignettes. See more at the Freck-Beal location, venue #24, July 7 & 8! Marjorie Bradley Kellogg’s website.
Dramatic photo of a classic form – agate vase, by Rhonda Engel. You can’t miss her on the portico of the Croton House (venue #4), boldly marked in the center of downtown Treadwell. Yes, we said “downtown Treadwell”. 😜
One of Richard Birkett’s mixed media fantasy clocks, which always enchant visitors to the art festival. See many more at the Fishers’ Barn, venue #9, during Stagecoach Run Art Festival. Richard Birkett on Facebook.
“Toppling In”, by Sandra Finkenberg, and more of Sandra’s are currently hanging at the Smithy’s Pioneer Gallery through June 17th. Please go if you haven’t already, it’s a wonderful, unique, and historic space, currently featuring a number of Stagecoach artists in addition to many others! See Sandra’s work at the Freck/Beal Studios, venue #24, this […]
Amy Silberkleit makes detailed drawings and lithographs of landscapes and natural objects. Using lithography crayons and ink, graphite, carbon dust and colored pencil she reproduces the texture, structure and diversity of forms found in nature. Witness the winning austerity of winter captured by her in the frosty landscape “Winter Evening”. Amy will display her artwork […]
Cows! It’s hard to imagine Delaware County outside the context of its rich dairy industry, which flourished from around the 1870’s (with the advent of rail service) to well into the 20th century. This acrylic painting on reclaimed wood was done by Suzanne Arndt. See more of Suzanne’s acrilics on reclaimed wood at Natural Gardens, […]
Redwork embroidery and quilting by Patricia Gumo. Find her at “Natural Gardens”, venue #13, in East Meredith, July 7 & 8, Stagecoach Run Art Festival!
We love this moody atmospheric portrait of the historic Sheffield Creamery in Bloomville, which housed the very first pasteurizing machine in the United States (imported from Germany in 1892). By watercolorist Karen Graves – find her at “Natural Gardens”, venue #13, this July 7 & 8, 2018. Karen Graves’ website.
Eileen Crowell is showing her watercolor, graphite, and colored pencil drawings at her personal home-studio, venue #18, in the charming, historical village of Franklin, July 7 & 8.
The flowering pastoral beauty that has brought people far and wide to the Catskills for years! Rendered thoughtfully by Dee Singer in “Yellow Field”. Dee’s beautiful pastels on display at Crooked Key Farm, venue #12.
Sinejan Buchina shows her collage and mixed media at the Fisher’s Barn, venue #9.
“Christa”, by Caroline Fay. Simply sublime. See more at the East Brook Studio, venue #25, at Stagecoach Run Art Festival. Caroline Fay website.
Artisans abound at Stagecoach, seen here is an octopus bracelet by Denise Burkert. Denise’s jewelry will be displayed at the Natural Gardens, venue #13.
A contemplative mono print called “Coming Forward” by Susan Rochmis. Showing at the always intriguing venue Franklin Durable Goods (venue #20) on Main Street in Franklin. Demonstration: Saturday 1-2pm Five Minute Faces
The prolific Elizabeth Nields strikes again! See a bowl, buy a bowl, buy a bowl of food – all this can be done at the Tulip and the Rose Café (venue #23) in Franklin July 7 & 8, where the café is serving as both restaurant and art venue that weekend. Elizabeth Nields’ website.
Channeling another era, we love the retro vibe of Christine Alexander’s painting “Beer Bird Collage”. Yes please, all of the above! See Christine’s watercolor & acrylic paintings and cut-paper collage at the Fisher’s Barn, venue #9. Christine Alexander’s website.
“Willow Fossil”, handmade paper with inclusions by Kathleen Hayek. A distant festival outlier well worth a visit to her very cool personal studio, a former barn conversion. Demonstrations on Saturday & Sunday: 11AM – Making paper 1PM – Embossing Greeting Cards 3PM – Watercolor Postcard See Kathleen’s work at her East Brook Studio in Walton, […]
This table top is so awesome! By Margo Petersen, artist of multiple disciplines. See Margo’s magical mosaics and ceramic sculpture at the Franklin Community Center, venue #19.
For those of you art patrons looking for local landscapes, check out former art teacher and house painter Lenny Failla’s work. Seen here is “Bloomville Hill Road”, just a hop, skip, and jump from Treadwell. Lenny’s works, oil and acrylic on paper, will be on display at the Natural Gardens, venue #13.
“Sunset On St. Lawrence” by Kathleen Gallagher. Who knew the rural, sprawling Delaware County NY had so many artists hidden in its hamlets and hollows?! See this and other acrylic and watercolor paintings by her at the Natural Gardens, venue #13.
Water lilies, almost metallic and glassy, as photographed by Drew Harty. Come see his work at his studio in Treadwell, venue #3. Drew Harty’s website.
See Janet Wentworth Erickson’s “Pensive Girl in Red Conte”, detail, and other works in oil, pastel, and graphite at Freck-Beal Studios, venue #24. Janet Wentworth Erickson’s website.
We have a number of life-partner presenters at this year’s festival of 68 artists, where both people are artists in their own right, with their own disciplines and directions. But when seen together you can feel the energy of shared mutual artistic expression. So it is with Tony Martin, seen here, and his wife Margot […]
And here she is, the other half of printmaking duo Dovecote Collective from Queens NY, Helen Quinn! See her work at the “Hill Haven” venue #11. Helen Quinn website.