An Art Installation
A Benefit for the Greene County Council on the Arts
Poster design by Valerie Hammond.
Curious? “58 Snake” is an art installation in an uninhabited farmhouse in Catskill. The farmhouse, a classic brick from the second empire period, was built circa 1880. It is large and resplendent with 10 foot ceilings, early moldings and deep windows. The property is adjacent to the new Scenic Hudson property leading to the banks of Catskill Creek, where Thomas Cole did some of his Hudson River paintings. Though without electricity and running water, 58 Snake remains magnificently tattered with rooms adorned with torn, yet hand stenciled wallpaper, turn of the century claw foot porcelain bathtubs, sweeping banisters aside steep stairways, hand carved wooden mantels and a porch wrapped with a multitude of windows. Enter 10 artists and their unique perspective.
GCCA invites you to attend the Opening Reception and meet the artists on Saturday, August 12, from 2-5 pm. The artist reception is generously sponsored by HOUSE Hudson Valley Realty, www.househudsonvalley.com.
Admission to the Opening Reception is $20 for current GCCA Members and $25 General Admission. The exhibit continues on Sunday, August 13, and the following Saturday, August 19 and Sunday, August 20, 2017 from noon to 5 pm. Admission for the exhibit on August 13, 19 & 20 is $10 suggested donation. (Please scroll down to purchase admission tickets to the Artist Reception.)
The artists, many of whom are Greene County residents, are Andrew Cannon, Tasha Depp, Lauren Drescher, Kico Govantes, Valerie Hammond, Jared Handelsman, Laleh Khorramian, Portia Munson, Kiki Smith and Emma Thomas.
58 Snake Road is located in Catskill, NY just off Route 23B in Jefferson Heights. For tickets, information and directions contact GCCA at firstname.lastname@example.org; 518-943-3400 or purchase with PayPal below.
Purchase your tickets to the Artist Reception on Saturday, August 12 from 2 to 5 pm. Select your level by using the drop down menu. Thank you!
Standing, Kiki Smith 1998, silicon bronze, 57 in. x 37 in. x 14 in. © Kiki Smith 1998. Image courtesy of the artist and Pace Gallery
58 Snake Interior