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Gallery Hopping in Lenox

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Church Street in Lenox was hopping early Saturday evening, thanks to a well-attended gallery crawl that had crowds spilling out of the galleries onto porches and sidewalks.  Church Street Gallery was featuring the work of outsider artist James Martin, an 81-year-old Seattle recluse who, regrettably, was not present for his first East Coast show.  Sienna Gallery‘s show of inspired knitwear and jewelry by the Northern California-based artist Raissa Bump drew art lovers, fashionistas (including Church Street Gallery co-owner Denise Ulick, left, whose own ensembles never fail to entertain) and an extensive network of friends-and-family of the artist, who, when she lived in the Berkshires, worked at none other than Sienna Gallery.

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Church Street Gallery owner Michael Ulick with fellow “Backwater Boy” Jerry Cannoy, owner of the Lenox Gallery; Bart and Ute Arnold

Nancy Kalodner with Doug Shufelt; Amy Zuckerman and Valerie Locher

Maura Ryan, Kurt Martin, Karl Zahn, the Sienna Gallery’s honored artist Raissa Bump, and Ryan Dunn

                  Mitchell & Rose Foster; Harry Galinsky & Rosalie Delvillar

Bob Weltzman, Debbie Anzalone, Hollie Kalkstein, and Caitlin Bump; Sienna Gallery owner Sienna Patti with her father Tom Patti

You can never be too well-prepared for a storm, even if it is hours off: Viola Sophia Quiles, Catalina del Villar Bump, and Dylan Bump

David Schecker and the always beautifully turned-out Vicki Bonnington, who came to Raissa Bump’s show wearing a pair of earrings by the artist
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    Denise Ulick trying on a dress by Raissa Bump; Leo and Roman Quiles

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