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Kris Galli Shares Her Dreams And Digressions At Spencertown Academy

Regina Burgio reports from Spencertown. Against the backdrop of a perfect summer evening, Kris Galli opened her solo show of new works, Dreams & Digressions, on Saturday, June 28 at the Spencertown Academy. A self-taught artist, Galli has been painting for more than 25 years and has built a following of ardent admirers throughout the region, many of whom came out to see the exhibit of recent figurative and abstract work. The show’s signature piece, “Everyone You Have Ever Known,” was highlighted on the cover of the July issue of Berkshire Homestyle Magazine, and features a young woman covering her eyes, hair blowing across her face, while various hats float behind her. The artist lives with her husband, photographer Edward Acker, in Lenox. Her work is shown regularly at various locations throughout the Northeast as well as restaurants in Lenox, including Alta Restaurant & Wine Bar and Church Street Cafe. Dreams & Digressions will be on display until August 10. Above, Galli discusses her signature painting with one of the guests.


Guests included New Marlborough residents Patti Banner, a social worker, and Sam Barkin, an importer; Susan Burns, a hairstylist from Lee, and Steve Malin, a tile setter from Sheffield, stand in front of a painting of their niece.


Karl Gabosh, a private art dealer, with Ria Olsen, a technical translator; Photographer Susan Geller and Galli.


Mary Newton and Frank Newton, owners of the Summer White House Inn in downtown Lenox; Denise Ulick and Michael Ulick, former owners of Church Street Art Gallery, also in Lenox.


Ann Vartanian, volunteer coordinator at the Spencertown Academy, with the artist; Tom Werman and Suky Werman, owners of Stonover Farm Bed and Breakfast, with jewelry designer Margo Morrison and Ella, an Italian Greyhound.

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