The West Strand Art Gallery in Kingston New York is pleased to present NO JUSTICE! an exhibition of 11 large woodblock prints by the artists Rob Swainston and Zorawar Sidhu, a collaborative duo exploring the intersection of historical print processes with contemporary news media. 2020 was a tumultuous year between COVID and mass protests against racial injustice in a highly divided political atmosphere. During the summer much of Manhattan was boarded up with plywood. Swainston and Sidhu collected this conceptually charged material for a series of woodblock prints documenting a montage of events from the protests to the January 6th insurrection.
Four Sculptors A Semblance of Self
West Strand Art Gallery is pleased to present FOUR SCULPTORS: A SEMBLANCE OF SELF, an exhibition featuring the work of four Hudson Valley sculptors— Osi Audu, Harris Diamant, Kazuma Oshita, and Eliezer Parrilla. The artists create 3D sculptures and reliefs in a broad range of figurative and abstract styles. Their techniques include hammered metal, carved wood, and steel constructions. Each artist has developed a distinctive aesthetic to express a sense of being that contemplates a search for self and its relation to form and space.
Rhapsody in Nature
West Strand Art Gallery is pleased to present RHAPSODY IN NATURE, an exhibition that brings together five artists, all women—Olga Mercedes Bautista, Fredda Brennan, Marielena Ferrer, Deborah Freedman, and Jennifer Hicks whose sculptures, paintings, and works on paper shed light on the poetic and metaphysical aspects of nature.
West Strand Art Gallery is pleased to pleased to open its second season with METAPHORS, an exhibition featuring paintings, collages, drawings and sculptures by artists Rodriguez Calero, Josh Kramb, Eliezer Parrilla, and Nitza Tufiño. Together this engaging group of artists share a surrealist aesthetic approach to metaphor and narrative, a subtle subtext expressed in distinctive mediums and styles. The works on view address issues such as gender and racial boundaries; emotional states of mind; Jungian archetypes and the subconscious; as well as explore historical, cultural and political context
Part II Intersecting Art Earth Fire Water and Air
West Strand Art Gallery is pleased to present Part II: Intersecting Art, Earth, Fire, Water & Air. This exhibition includes digital prints, drawings, paintings, and lithographs by artists Sharon Ascher, Diane Burko, Karen Shaw, and Patty Stone.
Intersecting Art Earth Fire Water Air
West Strand Art Gallery is pleased to present its newest exhibition, Intersecting Art, Earth, Fire, Water & Air, featuring the responses of five artists to the environment and the four elements. This exhibition includes digital prints, drawings, paintings, and lithographs by artists Carmen Lizardo, Amy Fenton-Shine, Pablo Shine, Judy Brodsky, and Diane Burko.
Places, Memories, and Dreams
West Strand Art Gallery, located on the waterfront in Kingston's Rondout neighborhood is pleased to announce the opening of PLACES, MEMORIES & DREAMS. The exhibition features two visual artists, William J. Grant from Jay, New York and Dominick Hiddo residing in Kingston and Brooklyn, New York. Their abstract and figurative painting reference memories and dreams of places that are both imagined and based on life events. Both have exhibited in galleries and museums.
Abstractions in Space and Time
ABSTRACTIONS IN SPACE & TIME brings together five artists, all women-- Neville Bean, Isabel Cotarelo, Marsha Goldberg, Janet Henry and Karen Shaw whose work appear distinctive but are united in their common desire to undertake abstract ideas in their art making process. Their accomplished works address issues such as the passage of time, African fertility beliefs, and disintegration of technology.
COLLECTING MEMORIES is the exhibition launching the opening of the West Strand Art Gallery, located on the waterfront in Kingston’s Rondout neighborhood. The gallery’s co-founders are artists Isabel Alvarez and Julio Nazario. COLLECTING MEMORIES features a selection of artworks including mixed media, prints on paper and photography made by 14 artists spanning several decades, from the mid 1970s to the present. Artists included in this exhibition are Emma Amos, Robert Birmelin, Alfonso Corpus, Marielena Ferrer, Benedict J. Fernandez, William Grant, Yolanda Lopez, Julio Nazario, Mari Mater O’Neill, Raphael Montañez Ortiz, Naoko Oshima, Debra Priestly, Juan Sanchez and Jorge Soto.