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Lisa Winika

Lisa Winika

Lisa Winika

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Robert Lechterman

Robert Lechterman

Linda Puiatti

Linda Puiatti

Linda Puiatti

Richard Chianella

Richard Chianella

Richard Chianella

Sean Bowen

Sean Bowen

Sean Bowen

Lisa Pinto

Lisa Pinto

Lisa Pinto

Kate Kennedy

Kate Kennedy

Kate Kennedy

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Harvey Silver

Harvey Silver

Tarryl Gabel

Tarryl Gabel

Tarryl Gabel

Tom Cale

Tom Cale

Tom Cale

Nansi Lent

Nansi Lent

Nansi Lent

Rosemary Hanson

Rosemary Hanson

Rosemary Hanson

Pat Kelly

Pat Kelly

Pat Kelly

Krista Morris

Krista Morris

Krista Morris

Emilie Garman

Emilie Garman

Emilie Garman

Jeff Johnson

Jeff Johnson

Jeff Johnson

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Franc Palaia

Franc Palaia

Franc Palaia

Kevin Palfreyman

Kevin Palfreyman

Kevin Palfreyman

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Vera Kaplan

Vera Kaplan

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Elise Pittelman

Elise Pittelman

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Michael Scudder

Michael Scudder

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DIRECTOR’s notes: JUNE 14, 2018 THOMAS CALE

By Pat D’Antonio – Executive Director – thegallery@rhinebeck

If you wanted to put a face on what we want you to know about everything thegallery@rhinebeck represents, that face would belong to Tom Cale.

Tom exemplifies everything we are trying to do here. He’s not just a terrific artist, which he is as a very talented portrait and abstract artist, but also and as importantly he is one of the most public service minded people I have ever met… READ MORE

 

6 MINUTES 20 SECONDS ©2018 Sean Bowen enamel on canvas 16×20

This is a portrait of Parkland High School student Emma González.

It is titled 6 minutes 20 seconds because that is all the time it took for a rampaging killer, armed with an AR-15 assault rifle, to end 17 lives.

gallery@rhinebeck Artist Sean Bowen saw Emma speak at the anti-gun violence rally in Florida and was inspired to paint this portrait.

It is currently on display at thegallery@rhinebeck and we are offering it on line as well for an auction to benefit New Yorkers Against Gun Violence.

Opening bids start at $1500
all Gallery proceeds go to NYAGV.
FOR BIDDING, CONTACT: info@galleryrhinebeck.org 
Chatham Clock Tower Painting by Kenneth Young
Opening This Spring!

The unique and innovative non profit arts & public service organization behind the very successful gallery@rhinebeck is coming to Chatham New York, this spring... learn more

AUGUST 18: THIRD SAT. RECEPTION 5-7pm open to the public

ARTIST TALK: Aaron Rezny | AUG. 9 7pm

Join us for our 2nd Annual Paint-Out, open to all artists of all mediums. CALL TO ARTISTS!

2nd Annual Paint-Out Auction feat. works inspired by the Dutchess Count Fair

 
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We have created a number of educational and public service programs where our artist members use their skills for the benefit of others.

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Do you love the arts but are not an artist yourself? We could use your help.

MARCH 7, 2018. LARRY DECKER

By Pat D’Antonio – Executive Director –thegallery@rhinebeck