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Hair Loss Specialist AnneMichelle Radcliffe Joins Poughkeepsie’s Facial Plastic Surgery & Oasis Medispa Poughkeepsie, NY – We are pleased to announce that Hair Loss Specialist AnneMichelle Radcliffe has joined facial plastic surgeon Dr. Manoj T. Abraham’s Poughkeepsie practice, Facial Plastic, Reconstructive & Laser Surgery and Oasis MediSpa. Ms. Radcliffe is an Emmy-Award Winning Hairstylist who […]Find out more »
"Trees are poems that the earth writes upon the sky." - Kahlil Gibran (excerpt) The images of branches, leaves and blooms are first recorded as photographs then meticulously drawn onto large sheets of translucent Mylar. Paying close attention to the true form of each natural element, the artist builds her graceful compositions. Battenfield’s paintings draw […]Find out more »
An exhibition featuring works by PETER ALLEN, SUSAN SPENCER CROWE, ELLEN JOURET-EPSTEIN, JOAN FFOLLIOTT, DEBORAH FREEDMAN, JUDY GLASSER, MIMI GRAMINSKI, ERICA HAUSER, LAURA MORIARTY, STEPHEN NICCOLLS, VICTORIA PALERMO, VINCENT PIDONE, ELISA PRITZKER, JON RICHERT, SUSANNA RONNER, CONNY GOELZ SCHMITT, GREG SLICK and ELLEN WEIDER. The Lockwood Gallery is recognized for mounting group shows with a […]Find out more »
Get Out (or Stay In) and Create! Winter Art Classes at RoCA – starting Online January 4th and Onsite at RoCA January 19th Are you looking for an expressive arts experience? Do you feel as though you need to get some creative juices flowing? Or, perhaps with the Winter Solstice you want to calm your […]Find out more »
Artist Philippe Halaburda, who recently arrived in the Hudson Valley from France via Brooklyn, is exhibiting his latest works from now through April 1st at the AGC Gallery, 65 Liberty St., Newburgh. Working mainly in acrylics on canvas, Halaburda also offers three-dimensional art, such as brightly colored shapes on skateboard decks or an old easel. […]Find out more »