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  • Throughout her career, Jackie Skrzynski (skrin-ski) has been making and exhibiting art that challenges the arbitrary boundaries between humans and nature. Beyond her studio practice, Skrzynski is interested in bringing art to the community in creative ways, such as her pop-up exhibition vehicle, PUG PROJECTS, and the guided group SILENT WALKS which she leads through the woods near her home. Her work has been recognized with numerous exhibitions, publications and grants, and she is active in the creative community in Newburgh, NY. These tangles reference brain nerve cells and bittersweet vines to suggest a metaphor for memory, connection, and time. Dimensions: 21" x  47" Medium: Colored Pencil Weight: 12lbs Framed: Yes Price: $1200.00 *This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th - August 15th.  PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550 Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped. Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140.
  • Throughout her career, Jackie Skrzynski (skrin-ski) has been making and exhibiting art that challenges the arbitrary boundaries between humans and nature. Beyond her studio practice, Skrzynski is interested in bringing art to the community in creative ways, such as her pop-up exhibition vehicle, PUG PROJECTS, and the guided group SILENT WALKS which she leads through the woods near her home. Her work has been recognized with numerous exhibitions, publications and grants, and she is active in the creative community in Newburgh, NY. These folds and forms reference the body and trees. Dimensions: 45" x  30" Medium: Charcoal on Paper Weight: 15lbs Framed: Yes Price: $1000.00 *This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th - August 15th.  PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550 Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped. Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140.
  • Throughout her career, Jackie Skrzynski (skrin-ski) has been making and exhibiting art that challenges the arbitrary boundaries between humans and nature. Beyond her studio practice, Skrzynski is interested in bringing art to the community in creative ways, such as her pop-up exhibition vehicle, PUG PROJECTS, and the guided group SILENT WALKS which she leads through the woods near her home. Her work has been recognized with numerous exhibitions, publications and grants, and she is active in the creative community in Newburgh, NY. For many years, I have taken daily walks through the woods near my home. With this drawing, I attempt to translate what that walk can sometimes feel like, when the skin that separates me from air, mud, and grass becomes highly permeable. The open mouths suggest a type of communion--through consuming (eating) and being consumed (decay). Both these actions offer a connection to the eternal, however one may define it. The title, The Grail, is the name of the place where I walk. It also refers to the vessel used at the Last Supper that became legend during the Middle Ages, symbolizing body, blood and immortality. Dimensions: 48" x  38" Medium: Charcoal on Paper and Colored Pencil Weight: 2lbs Framed: No Price: $600.00 *This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th - August 15th.  PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550 Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped. Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140.
  • Brian Higbee makes paintings about politics, the politics of inflicting violence and brutality on innocent people. He takes a critical view of painting and how it has functioned historically as a glorification and a commemoration for the victors of war. For Brian, painting is also about the pleasure of seeing, the process of experiencing painting as an intimate and tactile object. October 10th, 2006, A US CIA drone strike on a religious seminary in Chenegai, Pakistan flattens most of the school, killing 80 civilians, including up to 69 children under the age of 17. Dimensions: 8" x  10" Medium: Oil on Canvas Weight: 1lb Framed: Yes Price: $1500.00 *This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th - August 15th.  PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550 Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped. Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140.
  • Brian Higbee makes paintings about politics, the politics of inflicting violence and brutality on innocent people. He takes a critical view of painting and how it has functioned historically as a glorification and a commemoration for the victors of war. For Brian, painting is also about the pleasure of seeing, the process of experiencing painting as an intimate and tactile object. The Dahyan School Bus Bombing (79 people wounded, 51 killed, including 40 children). Dimensions: 8" x  10" Medium: Oil on Canvas Weight: 1lb Framed: No Price: $1400.00 *This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th - August 15th.  PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550 Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped. Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140.
  • Brian Higbee makes paintings about politics, the politics of inflicting violence and brutality on innocent people. He takes a critical view of painting and how it has functioned historically as a glorification and a commemoration for the victors of war. For Brian, painting is also about the pleasure of seeing, the process of experiencing painting as an intimate and tactile object. Dimensions: 8" x  10" Medium: Oil on Canvas Weight: 1lb Framed: No Price: $1400.00 *This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th - August 15th.  PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550 Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped. Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140.
  • Artist living in the Hudson Valley who works in many mediums with a focus on natural and non toxic materials. The work deals with the natural world and its forms of communication, with an emphasis climate change and natures reaction and adaptions to imbalance caused by mans interaction and self imposed separation from the natural world. Work from bacteria and virus series. Dimensions: 20" x  18" Medium: Encaustic Wax and Fiber Weight: 5lbs Framed: N/A Price: $950.00 *This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th - August 15th.  PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550 Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped. Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140.
  • Artist living in the Hudson Valley who works in many mediums with a focus on natural and non toxic materials. The work deals with the natural world and its forms of communication, with an emphasis climate change and natures reaction and adaptions to imbalance caused by mans interaction and self imposed separation from the natural world. Woven Water series. Dimensions: 18" x  12" Medium: Encaustic, Plant Material, and Fiber Weight: 5lbs Framed: N/A Price: $1250.00 *This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th - August 15th.  PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550 Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped. Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140.
  • Artist living in the Hudson Valley who works in many mediums with a focus on natural and non toxic materials. The work deals with the natural world and its forms of communication, with an emphasis climate change and natures reaction and adaptions to imbalance caused by mans interaction and self imposed separation from the natural world. This is part of a series the piece should be shown in curved formation. Dimensions: 4" x  4" Medium: Paper Plant Material and Fiber Weight: 5lbs Framed: N/A Price: $4350.00 *This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th - August 15th.  PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550 Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped. Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140.
  • Leslie Fandrich is a feminist interdisciplinary artist and writer. In 2020 she launched A Red Space, a resource for artists focused on contemporary art and feminist art history which highlights exhibitions, studio visits and books featuring women artists and marginalized identities. Her most recent exhibition is “No Whole Without the Part,” a two person show with Olivia Baldwin at Womenswork.art in Poughkeepsie, NY. Dimensions: 15" x  15" Medium: Paper and Polymer Gloss Medium Mounted on Watercolor Paper Weight: 1lb Framed: Yes Price: $360.00 *This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th - August 15th.  PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550 Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped. Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140.
  • Leslie Fandrich is a feminist interdisciplinary artist and writer. In 2020 she launched A Red Space, a resource for artists focused on contemporary art and feminist art history which highlights exhibitions, studio visits and books featuring women artists and marginalized identities. Her most recent exhibition is “No Whole Without the Part,” a two person show with Olivia Baldwin at Womenswork.art in Poughkeepsie, NY. Dimensions: 20" x  16" Medium: Paper and Polymer Gloss Medium mounted on 4 ply mat board Weight: 1lb Framed: Yes Price: $420.00 *This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th - August 15th.  PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550 Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped. Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140.
  • Jean-Marc Superville Sovak is a multidisciplinary artist and teaching professional whose work deeply involves his life and the community around him. His current project, "a-Historical Landscapes", involves altering 19th century landscape engravings to include contemporaneous images borrowed from Anti-Slavery publications. Jean-Marc's work has been included in the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art's Permanent Collection, and has been exhibited at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Socrates Sculpture Park and Manifesta 8 Biennial in Murcia, Spain. This antique engraving by William Bartlett from 1839 depicts the American Picturesque scenery at Lake George, a famed spot for Hudson River School artists like Thomas Cole and Asher Durand. The image superimposed by the artist is taken from abolitionist John G. Whittier's "A Sabbath Scene" from 1854 which criticized in verse the hypocrisy of a church minister complicit in the arrest of a fugitive slave. All prints are unique works of art signed by the artist. Dimensions: 11" x  14" Medium: Mono Print on Found Antique Engraving Weight: 1.5lbs Framed: Yes Price: $650.00 *This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th - August 15th.  PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550 Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped. Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140.

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