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Parties & Openings

July 14 - Tivoli
Tivoli Artists' Gala

July 14 - Kinderhook
Sylvia Center Dinner

July 14 - Red Hook
Bard SummerScape Gala

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New Art, Old Building At Berkshire Money Management

Amy Krzanik reports from Dalton. With more than 80 arresting works of art displayed throughout a stunning c.1898 mansion, it’s no wonder hundreds of people attended Berkshire Money Management’s one-night-only exhibition, “New Art in an Old Building,” on Friday, Jan. 19. To celebrate its new home at the former Crane & Co. Model Farm, BMM had chosen works by 22 local, living artists, many of whom attended the reception, to be featured in an exhibit that doubled as a housewarming party. The company’s new offices (former bedrooms), meeting room and wood-paneled music room played host to paintings, photographs and sculpture, as well as living art, acrobats and string music from The Rosamund Trio. Above, BMM founder and owner Allen Harris poses with artist Joe Goodwin in front of one of his paintings.

Artist Scott Taylor with BMM Vice President Scott Little and his wife Julie Little; sculptor William Casper and Cheryl Casper.

Noah Kimball, artist Edward Pelkey, Mia Pelkey (in front), Jennifer Kimball and Pittsfield Mayor Linda Tyer.

Ken Singer, president and CEO of Berkshire County Arc, with sculptor Andrew DeVries in front of his sculpture, The Juggler; artist Grier Horner and Susan Phillips pose with one of his paintings.

Artists Sandra Houseman and John Houseman; Zack Marcotte, a financial advisor at BMM, with Donna Quallen.

BMM founder and owner Allen Harris with Kate Teutsch, John Krol and Hans Teutsch.

Stan Spencer and Jan Charbonneau; an interesting creature silently greeted guests upon their arrival.

Living artworks mingled with guests throughout the evening.

William Casper’s Here I Come; Edward Pelkey’s Science 8/11.

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