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Tivoli Artists Gallery will hold its annual photography show “Captured Light” from April 8—May 1st. The show will highlight photography and all its myriad of forms. The displayed work will include traditional photography, digital photography and alternate photography methods. Photographic processes have undergone many changes in recent years. The digital image is everywhere, Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Twitch, social media is saturated with images. People have re-discovered traditional film and the darkroom, alternative photography workshops have exploded. So let’s take a moment to explore some of this wonderful work. Whether it’s landscape, portrait, or abstract photography that interests you, it will be on view at the light filled Tivoli Artists Gallery.

 

Hours:

Friday 5-8:30 pm

Saturday 12:00-8 pm

Sunday 1-5 pm

 

Press contact:

Bill Shilling; demoya577@gmail.com

631-903-5963

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SOLILOQUIES

Soliloquy --The act of talking to oneself, ... or .... a series of unspoken reflections. (Merriam-Webster)

The spotlights are on twenty wall spaces by TAG artists exhibiting individual mini solo shows. Participating members were invited to choose a spot in the gallery and create a personal display of work that showcases one's creative process. Investigative approaches to established ways of working may be seen in many new works. Paintings, ceramics, monotypes, collage, and large canvases are all on view. Soliloquies are the artists’ visual reflections providing a wide range of subjects and styles to explore from expressive organic works to realist landscapes!

Visitors to the gallery have commented “what a beautiful show…so colorful and lively…and fun to look at!”  The show is curated by artists and printmakers, Ted and Melissa Braggins. It runs from Friday March 11, 2022 and continues through April 3.

Create an opportunity to visit TAG!

OPENING RECEPTION FOR THIS SHOW IS SATURDAY, MARCH 19TH, 5-7 PM

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WHOLEHEARTEDLY
FEBRUARY 11th - MARCH 6th

OPENING RECEPTION
FEBRUARY 12th 4-6 PM


WHOLEHEARTEDLY
FEBRUARY 11th - MARCH 6th

OPENING RECEPTION
FEBRUARY 12th 4-6 PM

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WINTER WORKS
JANUARY 14, 2022 - FEBRUARY 6, 2022

Opening reception Saturday January 15, 4-6 pm

Tivoli Artists Gallery’s first show for 2022, WINTER WORKS, opens on Friday, January 14, and continues through February 6, with an opening reception on Saturday, January 15, from 4-6 pm weather permitting. This theme invited TAG member /artists to reflect on process, practice and new work with regard to the specificity of a season. Wide-ranging visual responses have emerged, including referencing the magic dark/light of the Solstice, embracing the narrative of a cold season landscape, choosing renewal as a new calendar year begins, or diving inward for an intuitive rendering of a spiritual connection to nature.

Curating a show in winter is to be rewarded with the beauty of how these divergent themes manifest in material processes. Embrace 2022 with a visit to experience energizing new works by twenty TAG members/artists. Visit during weekend gallery hours, or make an appointment for a quiet personal weekday tour.

 

Winter Hours: Friday 5-8:30 PM, Saturday 12-8PM, Sunday 1-5 or by appointment 845-757-2667.

Visit our social media pages for additional pop-up hours, other events and show information. @tivoliartistsgallery
https://www.facebook.com/tivoliartistsgallery

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ANNUAL HOLIDAY SHOW
NOVEMBER 19 - DECEMBER 19, 2021

TIVOLI ARTISTS GALLERY, 60 BROADWAY, TIVOLI, NEW YORK
HOURS: FRIDAY 5-8:30, SATURDAY 12-8, SUNDAY 1-5

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OCTOBER 22-NOVEMBER 14
Meet The Artists and Opening Reception
Saturday October 23 5-7pm
60 Broadway Tivoli, NY


Gallery Hours:
Friday 5-8:30
Sat 12-8 
Sun 1-5

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MARIE COLE – THEMES & VARIATIONS, an exhibition of paintings, pastels and monoprints will open on September 24, 2021 and will run through October 17. There will be an opening reception for the artist on September 25, 5-7 p.m.

 

Gallery hours are Friday, 5-8:30 p.m., Saturday, noon-8:00 p.m. and Sunday, 1 p.m.- 5 p.m. And by appointment. 
 

Marie Cole’s works build on her personal experiences of the sea, rivers, mountains, marshes and farmland, and reflect her love of the landscape. Water and weather are two constant and significant themes. The works are imbued with the drama of approaching storms, brilliant sunsets and the constantly changing color palette of the seasons, inspired by views from her studio windows that face the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains and the salt marshes of the Delaware Bay.

Process is first and foremost with Cole, and the works push material boundaries. Vibrant pastels capture light and shadow, while spare, rich monotypes, explore emotional color. Minimalist forms emerge, suggestive of landscapes both real and imagined. These approaches inform one another, reveal new directions, and generate ideas for paintings.

In her larger works, paint is piled up in lush layers or scraped down to reveal a hidden ground. They are in turn a collection of brush strokes, emerging from a practice of intuitive mark-making, and glistening water or luminous cloud forms. It is here where we see her feelings for the landscape most fully realized. Cole tells us “Painting is an exciting challenge for me, to keep pushing forward, past mere representation. I am always trying to find new ways to express my emotional reaction to my surroundings. My latest work is from real, remembered and imagined landscapes. It is a new and exciting path that keeps me energized and engaged in the studio on a daily basis”.

Cole exhibits at galleries throughout the east coast and participates in the Art Studio Views open studio tour during Labor Day weekend. Her paintings are in private collections from coast to coast. Her home and studio are in Germantown on the Hudson River in a renovated warehouse.

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 Opening Reception Saturday 8/21 4-6 pm

Works by:
Janene Gentile
Demoy Shilling
Ted Braggins
Melissa Braggins
Marianne Van Lent
Fumiko Sugaya
Terry Stickel
Alan Reich
Valerie Hoffman
Dot Chast
Anne-Marie Uebbing



Live Music "To View Art By"
Saturday Nights:

8/21 Bill Brovold
8/28 Samuel Johnson
9/4 Bob Lumoski
9/11 Charnel Ground
9/18 TRIBE


Gallery hours:
Thursday 2-6 pm
Friday 5-8:30 pm
Saturday 12-8 pm
Sunday 1-5 pm


 

ABOUT FACE            JULY 23 - AUGUST 15, 2021
Bob Calleja Hollie Heller Lana Hirsch Anita Jacobson Gilbert Rios

MEET THE ARTISTS: SATURDAY, JULY 24, 3-5 PM

The Tivoli Artists Gallery is excited to announce ABOUT FACE, featuring works by curator Lana Hirsch, Bob Calleja, Hollie Heller, Anita Jacobson and Gilbert Rios. Join us at 60 Broadway in Tivoli, NY, this Saturday to meet these five artists and see the many ways faces can inspire.

Gallery Hours

Friday - 5:00-8:30

Saturday - Noon-8 pm

Sunday - 1-5 pm

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A COLLABORATION
JUNE 18-JULY 18 2021

The Tivoli Artists Gallery is thrilled to announce a collaboration with the Woodstock School of Art. The dual exhibitions, “Splash” and “Summertime”, will be at 60 Broadway in Tivoli, NY.

 

More than 50 artists will show a variety of works in oil, watercolor, charcoal, mixed media, pastel, monotype, acrylic, collage, linocut, woodcut, lithograph, photography and fresco secco.

 

The show runs from June 18 to July 18, with an opening reception on Saturday, June 19, from 4-6 pm. Gallery hours are Friday, 5-8:30 pm, Saturday, Noon-8 pm, Sunday, 1-5 pm.

For more information about The Woodstock School of Art click here.

To see works and inquire about purchasing art from the Tivoli Artists Gallery click here.

VIEWPOINTS

A Visual Experience from Six Artists

Ania Aldrich
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Paolo Bari
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Barbara Walter
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May 21-June 13

Ania Aldrich

Paolo Bari

Peggy Farrington

Jana Mader

Jane Resnick

Barbara Walter

april 16-may 16 2021

small and extra small works

TAG's current show Viewpoints, features six artists and is curated by Peggy Farrington. Many of the works are sculptural, include mixed media and feature themes inspired by nature.

TAG's fourth show for 2021, this show opens Friday, May 21, and continues through Sunday, June 13. We are open, social distancing, and welcoming masked patrons, friends, supporters and artists.

SMALL WORKS, INFINITE INTERPRETATIONS


Small and Extra Small Works prompted TAG members to submit images under 12x15 inches. Perhaps you have a favorite wall where you might relish seeing an intimate grouping of small works. A nook in your kitchen, studio or beside your favorite reading chair that would be brightened by a snippet of nature, or awakened by a splash of abstract color.  

SOLO SPOTLIGHTS

Friday March 12- Sunday April 11 2021

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TAG Solo Spotlights
Members Showcase: Multiple Choices

Solo Spotlights features TAG members showcasing multiple works in a variety of ways whether it be stylistically, by genre, form, content or medium.

 
A Call to Action, New Beginnings, Fresh Starts, New Approaches.

We are back! Tivoli Artists Gallery’s first exhibition for 2021, “New Year/New Work” suggests and/or inspires renewal. February is winter with a tinge of spring. Hibernation with fits of creative stretches.

Celebrate daylight with the beginning of “New Year/New Work” on Saturday, February 6, 2021. We will not have a reception, but will be open and welcoming socially-distanced, masked patrons, friends, supporters and artists to help usher in our new season. The show will continue until Sunday, March 7, 2021 when it will practically be spring.