Enjoy art this spring!

The Mohonk Preserve and Roost Studios & Art Gallery 

The organizations are collaborating for the second time on a project that connects land, art and community. At the event on Saturday, May 22 (rain date May 23),  24 Hudson Valley artists will be stationed along the Testimonial Gateway trailhead and along Pin Oak Allee at 35 Route 299 near Gatehouse Road in New Paltz.

Each artist will create one or more works in the medium of their choice, on site en plein air. The theme is nature and the outdoors. The process and finished artworks will be photographed throughout the day and will be included in an online auction through Mohonk Preserve’s online auction platform. Artists will be set up and painting by 10 a.m.  on May 22 and will be on site painting until 3 p.m. Social distancing will be in place.

The Longyear Gallery

The  members’ group show at the gallery at 785 Main Street in Margaretville (586-3270) will be augmented by a paper-on-paper show though May 9 and solo exhibitions by Deborah Ruggerio and Gary Mayer from then unil June 7. 


Work from the Samuel Dorsky Museum.

Samuel Dorsky Museum 

There will be three shows though June 11 at the SUNY New Paltz art gallery. “Kathy Goodell Goodell: Infra-Loop, Selections 1994-2020” will be curated by Andrew Woolbright in the Morgan Anderson Gallery and Howard Greenberg Family Gallery. “Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator,” curated by Anna Conlan and Amy Fredrickson. will be in the Sara Bedrick Gallery. And “DIRT: Inside Landscapes,” curated by Emilie Houssart, will be showing in the . Seminar Room Gallery.

The gallery is at 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz. 257-3844.

Work from Woodstock Artist Association & Museum.

Woodstock Artist Association & Museum

The WAAM is celebrating its centennial with a show curated by Tom Wolf through September 12. Re-Reading Disaster: For the past two decades, Maureen Cummins has been making artist’s books, prints, and installations that investigate the nature and experience of disasters. Thw open through May 23. The Vision of Care. 23 artists making work about parenting, nature, and loss. Juried and curated by Robert R. Shane through May 23/ A show of small works as curated by Karen Quinn will also run though that date,

11 Jane Street

Artist Norm Magusson’s pornweaving exhibition at 11 Jane Street in Saugerties running from May 22 to June 27 will be opening on May 22 from noon to 6 p.m. 20 new works on the role of pornography in his life and in the lives of people worldwide will be featured.