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Parties & Openings

March 16 – Pittsfield
The Heartbeats For Autism

March 9 – Pittsfield
Pittsfield Education Foundation

March 3 – New Lebanon
Culinary Crossroads Tea

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Openings at BCB Art in Hudson

Rural Intelligence Parties and Openings Saturday night, two new shows at BCB ART—“Black, White & Blue, new paintings by Bart Gulley” and “Around Here: 9 Local Landscapes by Sasha Chermayeff”— drew art world cognoscenti from both sides of the river and Massachusetts to the Hudson gallery.  Despite harrowing weather, nearly 250 people turned out to see Gulley’s new paintings, which combine dynamic hard-edged geometrics with more lyrical sections in his customary painterly style.  In a departure from Chermayeff’s usual abstract work, her landscapes attempt the impossible — to capture the elusive “perfect day.”  Both shows are up through November 30.

Artist Bart Gulley with art consultant Katharine Carter, critic Ann Landi, and painter Stephanie Rose

Bruce Altshuler, director of Museum Studies at NYU & Dan Devine; art student Lailah Amstutz & her teacher, the artist Sasha Chermayeff.

Artist Frank Faulkner, author and speaker Sally Helgesen, & Philip Kesinger; BCB Art owner Bruce Bergmann, with artists Myron Polenberg, & Claude Carone

Artists Mark Thomas Kanter, Philip Howie & Newton Fleming; Kate Cohen, Allan Davidson, and artist Linda Horn

Artists Mona Mark and James Dustin, with designer Mary Blinn; Kitty Mackey with artist Claude Carone

Patrick O’Connor and Victor Vazquez; artist Vince Pomilio, who currently has a one-man show at the Hudson Opera House & Robert Bahan

Novelist Sally Koslow and Rob Koslow; artists Scott Reynolds and Heather Hutchison

Dick Trachtman and Jan Hopkins Tractman; The Inn at Hudson owners Windle Davis and Dimi Lamot, with BCB’s Bruce Bergmann

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