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.”

The exhibit will showcase watercolor paintings of scenes located within the Catskill and Delaware watershed areas. The participating artists will share their favorite views, why the scenes are important to them and how, as artists, they interpret what they see.

“WOW will bring people, art and water together in a new and different way,” said Elise Hornbeck, chairperson of the Museum’s Exhibition Committee. “This is not just for trained artists, but open to anyone, young and old, who express their love for water and the watershed areas through art.”

Any artist interested in participating should contact Elise Hornbeck at elisehornbeck@eurekastudio.us or info@timandthevalleysmuseum.org or call 845/985-7700 for more information.

 

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