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Pythagorus Theatre

Mahaiwe

BCF

Yiddish Book Center

Norman ROckwell

Tri Arts

Jacobs Pillow

Wassaic Project

Norfolk Artisits

The Moviehouse

Hotchkiss School

Johnnycake Books

Bardavon

The Mount

ERC

Mass Moca

BPA

Aston Magna

Crnwell Capital Steps

Art Omi

Chatham Rewraps

CEWM

Tannery Pond

Vassar art museum

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Monica Miller’s, “Diary of a Trespasser”

Now - July 31
Rural Intelligence Arts

“And so I came to land alongside a creek that is larger than most rivers where I come from. The Kinderhook is a waterway all at once constant and variable. Always ‘never the same river twice.’ I look to find the patterns. What lies on top, and under, what travels though, what is pushed aside. I study the colors bent by light and shifted by wind, the strokes of form and shadow.”

The painter Monica Miller’s most recent work, “based on nature, but filtered through an abstract and postmodern sensibility”  is oil on barn board, done from memory, following daily walks through other people’s land near her home in Malden Bridge, NY

Joyce Goldstein Gallery
Chatham, NY
Opening reception July 3; 3 - 6 p.m.

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