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Past Exhibitions

December 28, 2006 – February 15, 2007
Group Show: 11 distinctive artists

Lawrence Allen, Janet Stafford, Yejin Jun, Janet Slom, Hedina Christiner, Marisa del Poso, Michael Hunt, Janet Lippmann, Lahary Pittman, Earl Johnson
Lee Erickson

 

Freshman Fine Arts Gallery celebrated its inaugural art exhibition on December 28, 2006 in Beacon, NY.

 

The inaugural exhibition showcased the work of 4 NYC artists along with some locally talented artists.

INAUGURAL EXHIBITION

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DIVERGENT POINTS OF ORIGIN

Landscapes of the Hudson River Valley 
March 10 – April 10, 2007

Group Show: 11 distinctive artists

Freshman Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to announce a new exhibition of Landscapes of the Hudson River Valley in Beacon, NY.

 

The premise of the show is “Divergent Points of Origin.”

 

The exhibiting artists have moved apart and taken separate paths of artistic expression though they all begin with the same point of origin being the Hudson River Valley.

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SISTER CITIES OF BEACON AND NEWBURGH: Bridging of the Arts

Sept. 8 - Oct. 14, 2007

Robert Paschal, Marisa del Pozo, Vivian Altman, Yejin Jun, Gary Krentz, Marion J. Kurtz

Freshman Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present a group show between the sister cities of Beacon and Newburgh

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CULTURAL DIVERSITY & EVERYTHING GOOD

Artistrun Gallery

Long Island City

Guest curator: Alan Freshman.

This show celebrates Cultural Diversity from around the world with participants from USA and abroad.  The exhibition depicts rich narratives, folklore, and traditional symbols of diverse cultures.  Roshan Houshmand has incorporated the Kolam symbol from her travels in India and combines the imagery with pieces of mirror.

 

The work of YoHana Bat Adam decodes simple Biblical stories into visual and practical images that can open the heart and revolutionize one’s perception of reality.  Mithila art is making its premiere in New York with traditional works of art on silk.  The works depict the tales and folklore of Krishna or Supreme Lord.

 

Eastern Orthodox icon paintings by Veronika Panayotova will complement the show.  They are re-interpretations of 19th century icon paintings from Bulgaria. Freshman Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present a group show between the sister cities of Beacon and Newburgh

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