Very excited to be included in this art show juried by Bartholomew Bland, Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Hudson River Museum.
Next month I will be showing new work at the Irvington Library, right across from the train station. The library is in a historic building, formerly the factory of Lord and Burnham which constructed iron frame conservatories, including the frame still standing at nearby Lyndhurst, and the Enid Haupt Conservatory at the Botanical Gardens.
Lord and Burnham complex c. 1890
On view will be hooked landscapes of scenes of the Hudson River from that period, including Lyndhurst and its conservatory.
I will have a piece in the National Association of Women Artists’ Small Works show in NY at 80 5th Ave from February 5-26, 2014. The opening is February 12 from 5-7. First showing in NYC!
The Pound Ridge Historical Society has invited the Westchester Area Basketmakers Guild back for it’s second annual “Crafts in the Hamlet” show and sale. I will have some hooked rugs there, as well as other examples of traditional crafts–baskets, handspun yarn, penny rugs, woven pieces, quilts, etc. We’ll be there the first 2 weekends in February 2014 from 12-3 each day. Their website is here for directions and info.
After that, next shows lined up so far for this year are:
Hooked Rugs at the Irvington Library May 2014
WABG Basket show/sale at Muscoot Farm October 2014 (baskets only)
Hooked Rugs at the Greenburgh Library December 2014
2nd Annual Artisans Fair at Muscoot Farm December 2014 (includes Parker Folk Art rugs, baskets, felted items, primitive folk art)
My next show will be at the Mahopac Library which is a beautiful space on the lake. I will attempt to highlight the links between the communities of Northern Westchester and Southern Putnam counties through their overlapping community histories.