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Art seems to be alive and everywhere in the Tristate region now. A group of women visiting the area for lunch stopped at Furnace in Falls Village — and had the chance to meet artist Stephen Maine, who showed them some of the works he has now at the gallery. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Visiting Galleries, Chatting with An Artist on a Sunday Afternoon

Kathleen Kucka was sitting quietly, listening to jazz and minding her own business at Furnace/Art on Paper Archive in Falls Village, Conn., on Sunday afternoon, May 16, when a reporter barged in asking impertinent questions, such as, “How’s it going? Sell anything?”

Artist Tom Goldenberg of Sharon, Conn., has donated one of his watercolors to The Lakeville Journal Co. for use as a jigsaw puzzle
— which is now available for sale. Photo by Tom Goldenberg

In Time for Summer and the Holidays, a New Puzzle

The Lakeville Journal has a new jigsaw puzzle, featuring a watercolor done for us by Sharon artist Tom Goldenberg.

Goldenberg was featured in an October 2020 issue of the Compass arts and entertainment section of this newspaper, on the occasion of a show of his work opening in Amsterdam.

Suzanne Onodera’s oil on canvas work, such as “Inlet” in this photo, takes inspiration from the California coastline but is not site specific. A new show of her work is at Argazzi Art in Lakeville, Conn. Photo courtesy Argazzi Gallery​

Paintings Inspired by the Drama of the California Coast

Argazzi Art now has work on display from Suzanne Onodera, a painter who was born and raised on the West Coast but now lives in Ithaca, N.Y.

The Paul Taylor Dance Company will be in residence at PS21 for three weeks (June 21 - July 4; August 1-8), rehearsing and performing some of Paul Taylor's most beloved masterworks including AureoleCompany B and Esplanade. During the residency, the Company will be in a reconstruction of The Green Table, and will hold a performance of the work they have done thus far on the reconstruction. Photo by Paul B. Goode

A Full Menu of Offerings at PS21

About one hour north of Salisbury, Conn., is Chatham, N.Y., a town celebrated for both beauty and creativity. Among other offerings are the diverse programs at PS21 Performance Spaces for the 21st Century.


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