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Inspired By A Millerton Landscape

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The rangy fellow in an Orvis cap standing by an easel behind the Re Institute in Millerton these days is Tom Goldenberg, age 68. His subject is the Taconic range, he tells me. With a sweeping gesture he points south to north where distant layers of gneiss and schist and marble are blanketed by fields, forests and wild grasses tall enough to shimmy in the morning wind.

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Juried Exhibits Held In Northwest Corner

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Multiple juried art shows are in various stages of exhibition throughout the Northwest Corner. These shows offer the perfect opportunity to enjoy the works of local artists, as well as give these artists the chance to receive recognition for their work.
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A Powerful Homage to the River

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Frank Bramble is a lover and protector of the Housatonic River. 
For many years the Torrington resident has hiked its banks, fished its cold water and contemplated its place within its beautiful natural surroundings. But now he is worried that the river, like much of our natural environment, is challenged and endangered.  

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Discovery Through Faces, Politics And The Subway

Art: Three Artists at Five Points Gallery

Eva Stengade is a Danish artist who thinks big. Four of her enormous, dreamy paintings — one is 12 feet by 18 feet — of the interiors of New York City subway cars, peopled by denizens of the metropolis in their varied nationalities, colors and shapes, are now on exhibit at Torrington’s Five Points Gallery.

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Bright Works, From History To Whimsy

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Ken Musselman grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. Well, a suburb west of Cleveland, Ohio, called Brooklyn. Yes. There is another Brooklyn out there.
“It was a real ‘Leave It To Beaver’ neighborhood,” the painter tells me. It had tiny clapboard Capes, lawn wars, picket fences, stay-at-home moms and milk chutes (a small door in every house where milkmen, egg men and newspaper delivery kids left their goods). 

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His Best Work Is Still To Come

There are two artistic sides to Harper Blanchet, a Sharon native who lives and works at Twilight Studios and the Blue Star Gallery in Falls Village.
On one hand, he’s an abstract painter. He refers to his large canvases, which are full of lines, bars and boxes, as “sky paintings.” Through his strong use of color, you can catch glimpses in some of the pieces of the numerous sunsets he’s watched in Millerton on Sunset Ridge and Winchell Mountain.

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KAA honors local artists

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Connie Horton, president of the Kent Art Association, presented six member artists with an Award of Excellence on March 24. The winners were chosen by judges Michael Spross and Julie Hopkins. 

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Capturing A Full Career

Art: ‘Marking the Moment: The Art of Allen Blagden’

Artist Allen Blagden refers to the current exhibit of his work at The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls, N.Y., as “the best show I’ve had in my life.”
That’s saying a lot, since the Lakeville resident has enjoyed a long and impressive career. He was born into an artistic family; he began his training when he was 10 years old under his father’s direction at The Hotchkiss School.

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Teen Team Creates Short Sci-Fi Film

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Inspired by franchises like “The Walking Dead” and “Alien,” the North East Community Center’s Teen Team Youth Leadership Program has created a sci-fi film that will debut at the Wassaic Project on April 8.
The Teen Team is a youth-directed program organized by the North East Community Center in Millerton. High school students who live in the Webutuck Central School District may join the group to help plan community service, educational and recreational activities throughout the year.

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Jumbled Memories Spilled On Paper

Art: ‘Norris Embry: Big Explosion’

It is likely you have never heard of Norris Embry. But now you can see some of his edgy, frenetic, self-revealing work in a mesmerizing show at James Barron Art in Kent. 

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