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The inside of the church, with a big open doorway and light pouring through on couches and a TV set.

Bobbie Oliver and Frank Kitchens wanted to maintain the angles and dimensions of the church. 

Home as a gift from the past

This is the cover story of the first 2019 edition of Our Country Home.

For 50 years, the Rock Valley Methodist Church wasn’t officially used, Bobbie Oliver explained.

Along the paths of two artists

LORDS VALLEY, PA — From March 1 to April 27, the Gallery at Chant Realtors will feature an eclectic collection by two award-winning Hemlock Farms artists, Rena Hottinger and Joan Polishook. A meet-and-greet reception will be held on Saturday, March 2 from 5 to 7 p.m. Call 570/775-7337 for more info.


Photo from Alexis Siroc and the Artists’ Market Community Center
“Winter Trees” by artist and event coordinator Alexis Siroc.

Celebrate the inspiration of the changing seasons

SHOHOLA, PA — The four seasons and the subtle changes that bring us from one to the next are an endless source of inspiration. Especially in our Upper Delaware River Valley, the changing seasons are a beautiful sight to behold and a muse worth celebrating.


 spotted artists Rocky Pinciotti, left, Candy Spilner and Allan Rubin at the 4 Art Gallery opening reception last Saturday. Artists supporting artists. Gotta love that.

Home is where the art is

I’ve written all sorts of Valentine’s Day columns over the years. In an effort to not repeat myself, I re-read several over the weekend, having pulled them from the archives here at The River Reporter. It wasn’t long before a theme emerged. Apparently, I’m not a big fan of the “L word.” Some essays were snarky, others were rude.


Painting contributed by Valerie Taggart and Time and the Valleys Museum

A watercolor painting of the Ashokan Reservoir by Valerie Taggart who received an MA in Painting and Printmaking from SUNY Oswego and taught art in both Tri-Valley and Livingston Manor schools.

Artists, prepare to ‘Wow’

GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — The Time and the Valleys Museum is inviting artists to participate in its May exhibition, “WOW! Water on Water.”


Photo from the documentary “More Art Upstairs.”

The showing of this documentary will be the first iteration of the DVAA’s Saturday free art events.
 

Free art shows in Narrowsburg

NARROWSBURG, NY — The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance 2019 Salon Series, featuring free art events on Saturday afternoons, kicks off at 2 p.m. Saturday, February 9 with a documentary called “More Art Upstairs.”

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