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The ‘Lopud Series’ Opening at HuMP

Jamie Larson reports from Hudson. hump1 The Hudson Museum of Photography (HuMP) at 552 Warren Street is the city’s newest gallery and had no trouble attracting a large crowd for Sunday’s opening. The night was the first American exhibition of paintings by interior designer Lucien Rees Roberts, featuring his series depicting visions of the Dalmatian Coast. The paintings are both exotic and controlled and highlight the artist’s control expressive subtle tones. Hung in the gallery which radiates Hudson’s classic charm, Rees-Roberts’ “Lopud Series”  and the space are well partnered. The collection will be on display through December 29. (Pictured at left: HuMP owners Brian Swardstrom and Peter Spears on the left and right of the artist.)

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Director of the Mattatauck Museum, Bob Burns, Executive Director of The Hudson Opera House Gary Schiro and Hudson realtor Peggy Polenberg; David Epstein, Fred Nelson, Rick Mordesovich.

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Lucia Massey, Gillie Holme and Camille Massey; Hudson clothing store owner Paul de Marchin and photographer/deejay Giovanni Di Mola.


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The crowd gathers at HuMP Saturday.

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Jonathan Parks, Filip Enocson and producer John N. Hart Jr.; Carol Sancarlos and Hudson Supervisor and realtor Sarah Sterling.

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Interior designer and Gris Antiques owner Todd Gribben, designer and architect Josef Asteinza, and arts administrator Randall Bourscheidt; Stair Gallery‘s Colin Stair, Erika Clark and Maggie Marinaccio of Naga Antiques.

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Designer James Corbett and Edwin Geissler; Hudson City School District Literacy Coach Lisa Dolan and educator Edgar Acevado, the director of The Columbia County Youth Theater.

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Posted by Jamie Larson on 11/18/13 at 05:57 PM • Permalink