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Mahaiwe Tent


Parties & Openings

Nov. 11 - Chatham
PS21 Gala

Nov. 4 - Pittsfield
NAACP Awards Dinner

Oct. 29 - G. Barrington
Halloween At L'Atelier

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‘Panorama’ Makes For A Real Scene At Six Depot

Amy Krzanik reports from West Stockbridge. Every event at No. Six Depot Café draws an enthusiastic crowd, and the opening reception for the art exhibit Panorama on Saturday, August 22 was no different. Guest curators Sue and Phil Knoll and many of the 20 artists featured in the show chatted with gallerists, art lovers and friends over wine and coffee in the café’s gallery space. The Knolls, themselves artists, hand-picked an impressive array of work that includes paintings, works on paper, fiber art and sculpture. The show will be up until October 1 and can be seen during business hours. In photo above, co-curators Sue and Phil Knoll with exhibiting artist Audrey Stone.

Musician Robby Baier, Cynthia Atwood, an artist featured in the show, and artist Carol Gingles; Exhibiting artists Matt Tiernan and Sean Greene.

Artists Danny Goodwin and Deborah Zlotsky; Sarah Horne, whose work can be seen on the wall above-right, Vicky Cooper and Vlada.

Mark Olshansky poses with his abstract needlepoint work; Filmmaker David Grubin and artist Joan Grubin, whose work can be seen currently in the exquisite exhibition at LABspace in Hillsdale, NY.

Artists Ashley Garrett and Brian Wood; Geoffrey Young and Mileta Roe pose in front of his work.

The opening reception drew a crowd. Even a dog stopped by to congratulate the artists.

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