Parties & Openings
Nov. 14 - Tivoli
Kaatsbaan's 25th Anniversary
Nov. 13 - Pittsfield
Westward Ho Ho Ho!
Nov. 12 - G. Barrington
The Triplex's 20th Anniversary
Linda Horn’s Opening at the Nicole Fiacco Gallery
Lots of warm, family feeling infused the gala opening on Saturday, November 8, at the Nicole Fiacco Gallery in Hudson. The exhibition, “Negative Space,” a one-woman show of sculpture by the artist Linda B. Horn, is comprised almost exclusively of all-white plaster pieces. Everyone talked about how wonderful all that white 3-dimensional art looked in Fiacco’s new space, an enormous white cube. One very engaging piece, the shape of a woman’s face visible through a veil of fabric, however, appeared to have been banished to a poorly-lit spot in the entry. It’s presumed crime: being blue.
Collage artist Marlene Marshall, honored artist Linda Horn, Reggie Madison and Gail Peachin
Karen Jahn and Kate Cohen; peeking putti (a close-up of the dot on the wall in the photo at left), the aptly named Patrick and Sam Devine
Magazine editor Elaine Khosrova and ceramicist Mary Anne Davis; gallery owner Nicole Fiacco with Matt Delhoussaye and Megan Wurth
Scott Matthews with his daughter Sasha Harmon Matthews (whose mother, the Pulitzer Prize winning New York Times reporter Amy Harmon, was absent due to work), and her aunt Suzie Matthews; Lucia Larson, Linda Horn’s daughter, with high school biology teacher Steve Cohen
Robin Morrow, visiting from Haddonfield, NJ, with her “surrogate mother”, the artist Mona Mark; Linda Horn’s son Judson Horn, her son-in-law Steve Larson, and Sara Malakoff