49 Spring Street Pop Up Exhibit on View through January 31st!

A Benefit for the GCCA Visual Arts Program

Now Extended and On View through January 31, 1018 by APPOINTMENT only. Call 518-929-5764

Fawn Potash, Milo and Paul Smart have moved to Albany, NY and extend an invitation to all to view a Pop Up Art exhibit at their former Catskill home. Visit their magnificent Catskill Spring Street home that is now for sale and view an outstanding art exhibit featuring original artwork by their Hudson Valley artist friends.

Those who make a donation of $25 or more while viewing the exhibit will receive a packet of Library Series (12 notecards) by Fawn Potash, fine art photographer and former GCCA Visual Arts Director.  49 Spring Street (same as Route 385 SOUTH) is three houses from the intersection of William & Spring Street. Parking nearby in marked spaces along Spring Street and William Streets.

Imagine viewing contemporary art in a spacious Victorian village home built in 1861 as a parsonage for the only church designed by artist Thomas Cole, who lived and worked only steps down the street. Fawn and Paul’s artist friends have mounted their works throughout their three story home designed with high ceilings, wood floors, three fireplaces, dormers, window seats, and period details. Views of neighboring rooftops and steeples, the majestic Catskills and awe-inspiring sunsets can be seen from porches on all floors.

Participating artists including Joann Alvis, Andrew Amelinckx, Nancy Azara, Darla Bjork, Matt Bua, Dan Burkholder, Jill Skupin Burkholder, Mollie Dash, Tasha Depp, Barry Gerson, Alon Koppel, Paula Lalala, Harry Matthews, Paul Matthews, Claudia McNulty, Eva Melas, Portia Munson, Fawn Potash, Melinda Stickney-Gibson, Beth Schneck, Val Shaff, Milo Smart, Asia Sosnowski, Robert Tomlinson and Kara Thurmond.

More information about the house located at 49 Spring Street in Catskill, NY may be found at www.houlihanlawrence.com

Pictured above. Etchings by Tasha Depp. Joann Alvis & Tasha Depp collaboration, video.

Herron and Kid – 180 Degrees Series by Alon Koppel. Photograph.

Photography by Jill Skupin Burkholder

Painting by Claudia McNulty, Ceramics by Asia Sonoswski

Black Natural Willow by Paula Lalala. Photograph, pigmented ink on canvas.

Comments are closed