- The End of a Celebration
- Vineyard art makes a wonderful holiday gift
- Art & Wine Lands in Albany
- Join us in Albany for Hudson Valley Art & Wine – the final stop of the art exhibit inspired by the Hudson Valley wineries.
- Hudson Valley Art & Wine Exhibit Catalog Part II Debuts at Hudson Valley Wine Fest
Category Archives: Art and Wine
All good things must come to an end, and so Saturday, January 7, 2012 will mark the official conclusion of the Hudson Valley Art & Wine celebration, our program that paired 18 juried artists with 11 local wineries over the course of the past year-and-a-half. Continue reading
A gift-wrapped piece of Hudson Valley vineyard-inspired art is the perfect holiday gift for that special vinophile in your life. Continue reading
The setting: a beautiful fall evening in early October at historic Quackenbush Square in Albany. The event: a celebration of the final opening of the Hudson Valley Art & Wine travelling exhibit, hosted by the Albany County Convention & Visitors … Continue reading
Join us in Albany for Hudson Valley Art & Wine – the final stop of the art exhibit inspired by the Hudson Valley wineries.
Wednesday, October 5th will mark the fourth and final opening celebration of the Hudson Valley Art & Wine “pairing project” and all are welcome to attend!. The event takes place at the Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center at 25 Quackenbush Square (corner of Broadway and Clinton) from 5–7 PM. Continue reading
M Gallery in Catskill was all abuzz last weekend with the opening of the Hudson Valley Art & Wine traveling exhibit of winery-inspired art by 18 Hudson Valley artists. Continue reading
I’d like to let the work speak for itself. It is it’s own thing to each who might view it, and I don’t want to restrict that interpretation or confine it to a definition. Continue reading
Combing the lively venue and capturing the “spirit” of the winery with my imagination into animated, energetic, and “sparkling” paintings has been a most enjoyable experience. Continue reading
Millbrook Winery inspired me because of its long tradition of wine making and innovation in the field, regionally and internationally. It’s grounds and vines are stunning; it’s Dutch barn style building, warm and inviting. The fact that it is interested in the arts, evidenced by its gallery and other factors, is certainly inspiring. Continue reading
The elegant tranquility of the vineyard helped me focus away from myself into that mystery I feel dwells at the edge of most of my art. For that I was very grateful. Continue reading