Celebrating Local Art With 15 of the Valley's Top Artists

Fifteen artists from the Hudson Valley were chosen for ArtsWestchester’s inaugural Triennial.


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'Facing History #15' Photo-collage by Gary Burnley is among many contemporary works showcased in the Triennial.

All photos provided by ArtsWestchester

 

ArtsWestchester, the largest nonprofit private arts council in the state, has debuted a showcase of contemporary visual art by 15 Hudson Valley-based artists.


Pamela J. Wallace, Industrial Weeds, 2012, handmade abaca paper, iron, wire, sheet metal, fence wire, paint, wood, 16.5”x44”x10"


The Triennial, expected to become a once-every-three-years mainstay of the council’s programming, coincides this year with ArtsWestchester’s celebration of 20 years in its historic building in White Plains. The inaugural arts event is curated by Marc Straus of Marc Straus Gallery and Paola Morsiani of the Brodsky Center at Rutgers University, and will run until July 28 at the ArtsWestchester Gallery (31 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains, 914.428.4220; www.artswestchester.org)
 


Natalia Arbelaez, El Dorado, 2018, Terracotta and Gold Luster, 19”x68”x25”


The final roster of artists was selected from an initial list of more than 90 artists nominated by museum curators, gallerists, collectors, and independent arts professionals. The exhibiting artists are:

Natalia Arbelaez
Port Chester

Barry Mason
Mount Vernon

Michael Barraco 
Putnam Valley

Nancy Nikkal   
New Rochelle

Michael Brown 
Wappingers Falls

Lotte Petricone
Nyack

Gary Burnley 
Bronxville

Stephen Schaum
Sparkill

Peter Bynum
Garrison

​Pamela J. Wallace
Germantown

Karlos Cárcamo
Wappingers Falls

Mansheng Wang
Dobbs Ferry

Eric Gottesman
Purchase

Jayoung Yoon
Beacon

Carole Kunstadt
West Hurley

 

   
Barry Mason, Take a Knee Take a Stand, 2018, Oil on Shaped Canvas, 85”x 69”

 

Peter Bynum, Psychedelia (In the Beginning), 2016, Acrylic Paint on Tempered Glass, L.E.D., Flat-Panel Backlighting, remote dimmer, Steel Bracket, 96”x22”x3”

 

Karlos Cárcamo, Kase Painting (P12), 2018, Latex, Spray Paint, Graffiti Remover, Collage on Canvas in Custom Plywood Frame, 26”x22”

 

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