At Mt. Tremper Train
Station, the sculptures are growing along the rails on 28 between
Emerson and Phoenicia Diner. Drive by at 55 and Suprina Kenney's
DNA seems to rotate. No speeding! Pull over and go face to face
with Big Art. A glance at 65 ain't the real deal. Stand up to
Big Art by Naomi Teppich, Joe Chirchirillo, James Meyer, Susan
Buroker, Carl Grieco, Herrat Sommerhoff and Dave Channon. Thanks
to Rail Explorers! Check out the REX futuristic pedal power rail
bikes and see more sculptures at the Phoenicia Train Station.
Across the road is Babytoes: hand-painted wearable art by Lynn
& Alan Fliegel.
New artist, visionary
Tracy Phillips is up legendary Woodland Valley Road. Astrid Nordness
(bio-logical life forms) and Cari Rosmarin (soulful tableaux)
are a 2 miles up 28A behind Boiceville. Beam up to Pine Hill and
get engulfed in Jim Nevin's attic studio multi-media universe
above the Community Center. It's a lot of territory to cover.
This year the tour chose fewer studios so you have a better chance
to see more of them. Many more regional artist will be in group
shows at Phoenicia Arts & Antiques and Pine Hill Community
Center. Varga Gallery goes in a new direction, showing only her
own work. Fantastic, intricate wood carver Doug Houska shows at
Melange on Main Street P-town. Around the corner on the Boardwalk,
sunday of Skinflower will host a studio band bash in grand Coney
style on Sunday 7/28 all afternoon.
One mile up Broadstreet
Hollow, see Durga Yael Bernhard's multi-cultural, natural and
spiritual illustrations. 1/2 mile more, Dave Channon and Karen
Charman invite you to wander through Dave's scrapture garden and
snuggle up to Karen's Quilts and Qwalts. For a treat, visit lovely
Mount Tremper Arts on Plank Road. Ask about their benefit performance
feast Saturday evening 7/27. There's a magic show at Phoenicia
Playhouse. Festival of the Voice is the next weekend! Beam yourselves
up to Shandaken for the Art Studio Tour.
Dave Channon website:
ShandakenArt.com email: Dave@ShandakenArt.com (845) 688-2977