Regional Art - Current Exhibitions
3 Solo Shows: Buck, Holman & Marcellino

Three artists who were included in The Art of New York: Annual Juried Art Show in 2017 have been invited to mount solo shows in 2018: Robert Buck, Fred Holman, and Paul Marcellino. Robert Buck of Fort Plain, NY, is a recipient of an Award of Excellence in the 2017 juried show. His work often uses color and digital effects to create images that invite closer inspection. Fred Holman, of Brant Lake, NY, is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, a Board Member of the North Country Arts Center, and former curator of the Art in Chestertown Gallery. His still-life, portrait, and landscape paintings are most often completed in oil, both in his studio and plein-air. Paul Marcellino, of Worcester, NY is a Juror's Choice awardee and currently teaches art at Niskayuna High School. A Fine Arts graduate of Manhattan's New York Academy of Art, he has exhibited in solo and group shows throughout the United States. Since 1983 he has taught at the Pratt Institute, New York Academy of Art, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and was a visiting artist and lecturer at the International School of Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture in Umbria, Italy. Paul is an accomplished figurative realist and will be showing recent work in ceramics. Work by the three artists will be on view from Friday, March 9th through Wednesday, May 9th, 2018 in the Regional Art Galleries.

For more information, contact Mary Beth Vought, Regional Art Galleries or call (518) 673-2314 x 110.

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