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Glenn Dewitt "Landscape Variations" Opening reception May 5, 5-8pm Landscape Variations presents a wonderful opportunity for both the artist and the viewer. For the photographer, it is an important event where work that has evolved over the past several years can be presented to the highest professional standard in a very desired local gallery space. For the viewer, it is a relatively rare occasion to more personally share in the fine art experience. Presented here are landscape abstractions created from…Find out more »
HealthAlliance Oncology Support Program "Handwriting on the Wall" Curated by Lucy Barbera PHD Experiences with Cancer through memoir and poetry both spoken and performed. above photograph: "Eponina" by Cherise Isis Members of the HealthAlliance Oncology Support Program and others affected by cancer will share their experiences with cancer through art, memoir and poetry at ASK throughout the month of May. “Handwriting on the Wall” features artwork, writing and readings curated by Lucy Barbera, Ph.D., LCAT, of The Creative Art Therapy…Find out more »
Opening reception: Saturday June 2, 5-8pm This show is my interpretation of nature’s spirit, as I see it, in the materials of steel ,wood and canvas. It’s been an evolving journey for me, not only in the materials but the art itself. I’ve seen my images become more expressive, free form and stylized. They’ve gone from describing nature to actually becoming part of it. Canvas, wood and now painted steel forms existing in a landscape. It’s an exhibition that chronicles that passage and makes me very…Find out more »
Opening reception: Saturday June 2, 5-8pm Local art teachers will display their work just we ask our students to display theirs. Their inspiration creates the foundation of our youth experiences to the visual arts for a lifetime. Member drop off: May 29, 1-6pm Pickup: July 3, 1-6pmFind out more »
Abstractions/Distractions: The Oxford Living Dictionary defines abstraction as “The quality of dealing with ideas rather than events.” And distraction as “A thing that prevents someone from concentrating on something else.” What is your definition as seen through art?Find out more »
ASK is pleased to present Maxine Kamin and Anita DeFina Hadley in a two person photography exhibition. With its classic old cars and weathered eclectic architecture, the colorful, rhythmic island of Cuba seems to be frozen in time. Photographers Anita DeFina Hadley and Maxine Kamin have captured the diversity and spirit of this historic country in their images, which span a wide range of time, place and subject. Their collection reflects the Cuban people, places, and culture, as well as…Find out more »
ASK is thrilled to announce our Distinguished Artist of the Year with a solo show. Join us for the opening on August 4th at 5-8pm. "I investigate the effects of movement upon form. I draw the changes enacted on form when it is transformed by motion. The visual effect of motion on form can be delicate or brash, still or active. These gestures in space follow my intention. Sometimes, I begin with a word, descriptive of a movement. Each word…Find out more »
ASK is pleased to host a solo exhibition from photographer Peter Tongue. A stunning series of winged animals in motion. Join us for the opening August 4, 5-8pm at ASK. Peter is a Kingston native who has traveled all over this planet with his camera in tow. From Britain to Africa to Vietnam to the Caribbean he has brought back wonderful photos of nature in motion. This exhibition focuses on the winged denizens of the planet. From the artist: As…Find out more »
Would you like to show your visual art at ASK?
All members are invited to submit their artwork for a solo/group show or to the ongoing open members’ shows. On this page you’ll find forms to submit your work or a proposal for a show.
Please contact us at 845-338-0333 and speak to Vindora for more information or email us with your questions.
ASK is currently accepting proposals. You may send your completed Exhibition Proposal Form along with jpg files on CD and/or prints of your work. ASK receives 40% of all sales.
On an ongoing basis, the Gallery Committee invites our member artists to submit proposals for future shows, themes, or to volunteer to curate a show. Please mail your information to ASK, or just stop by in person at 97 Broadway, Kingston, NY 12401. Office hours are Tuesday through Friday, 1 – 6 pm. Your ideas are welcome!
Please note: For accepted artists/proposals, ASK requests a $250 donation to be put towards the cost of the invitations and the Opening Reception. ASK also requests accepted artists to consider gallery sitting on a Saturday once during the month of the show.
Exhibiting your artwork in a members exhibition is a benefit of membership and is open to all current ASK members. Any fine art medium, note: 3 dimensional wall hanging will only be considered if it is under 30 lbs. A $10 hanging fee per piece is requested. ASK receives 40% of all sales.
Below is a link to the contract that must be submitted when artwork is dropped off for a members exhibition.