Art Studio Views 2020 is Happening! Saturday & Sunday | September 5-6 | 11am-5pm | A Free, Self-Guided Studio Tour in Germantown, Tivoli, Red Hook, Rhinebeck, & Hyde Park
Our annual “Sampler Exhibit” has been relocated to The Harvest Gallery @ Greig Farm in Red Hook, NY thru September 7th. Visit our exhibit to preview & pre-plan your personalized tour. Open Thursday-Monday 12-4 pm and by appointment thru artist Drew Miller: 227 Pitcher Lane, Red Hook 12571 / 845-629-9376
All ASV Studios are complying with Covid19 protocols – everyone MUST wear masks, gloves, limited people in a studio, social distancing…). Manystudio experiences will be outdoor indoors under tents, and some indoors.
What is ASV? Art Studio Views is a free, self-guided event designed to promote the artwork and talents of local artists in Northern Dutchess & Southern Columbia counties. During the Labor Day weekend, artists open their studios to the public, share their creative environments, and help visitors understand the inspiration that drives their passions.
Introducing the “ASV Class of 2020”
GERMANTOWN/ /TIVOLI: Joshua Brehse (encaustic painter); Marie Cole (painter/printmaker); D’vorah Darvie (figurative textile artist); Mindell Dubansky (hand-bookbinder); Trevor Hunger (abstract expressionist); and Silvana Tagliaferri (painter).
RED HOOK /RHINEBECK: Melissa Katzman Braggins (printmaker); Ted Braggins (printmaker); Peter Charapko (painter); Richard Chianella (photographer); Lee Courtney (photographer); Dan Goldman (photographer); Mark Hopkins (painter); Linda Lavin (painter); Drew Miller (painter); Franc Palaia (mixed media/photographer); Bryan Raskin (glassblower); David Silver (photographer); Alix Travis (painter); Dean Vallas (painter); John Verner (photographer); and Lisa Winika (painter/sculptor).
HYDE PARK: Carolyn Ard (sculptor); Tarryl Gabel (painter); John McGiff (painter); Elizabeth McGiff (ceramics); and Dennis Rush (painter)
Art Studio Views is supported by local sponsors who, through their generous support, enable artists to host this open studio event. We especially thank our premiere sponsors: The Gardens at Rhinebeck, and The Henry L. Kimelman Foundation, and The Loewi-Lemberger Kaplan Family Fund. Please support the businesses that support the Arts and keeps our local economy thriving throughout the year!