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galleries & museums

Manic Pixie Dream Girl (left) and Rebellious Princess (right), collages by Leslie Fandrich showing as part of the exhibition “The Ladies” at Dream in Plastic in Beacon, opening March 12.

510 WARREN ST GALLERY

510 WARREN STREET, HUDSON (518) 822-0510. Nancy Ghitman: Cow Portraits. Through March 29. Opening reception March 7, 4pm-6pm.

ALBERT SHAHINIAN FINE ART GALLERY

22 EAST MARKET STREET SUITE 301, RHINEBECK 876-7578. 18th Anniversary & Collectors Show. Through March 27. Meet the artists reception March 15, 5pm-8pm.

AMERICAN GIFTS GALLERY & SHOWROOM

62 E MARKET STREET RED HOOK 758-1653. Curious Nature. Features local photographers and photographers with a connection to the Hudson Valley. Through April 8. Opening reception March 15, 1pm-3pm.

ARTS MID HUDSON

696 DUTCHESS TURNPIKE, POUGHKEEPSIE 454-3222. Komic Kreators of the Hudson Valley Expo. Meet the artists and see their finished artwork on display and in process: Charles Barnett III, Eliot R Brown, Ramona Fradon, Fred Hembeck, and Joe Staton. Through March 7.

ARTS SOCIETY OF KINGSTON (ASK)

97 BROADWAY, KINGSTON 338-0331. Linda Gran: Symbols and Other Realities. Through March 2. Members exhibit: Allegory and Myth. March 3-March 21.

BEACON ARTIST UNION

506 MAIN STREET, BEACON 222-0177. Experimental arts collaboration by six artists. Opens March 14.

BREEZEWAY ART GALLERY

2542 ROUTE 66, CHATHAM (518) 392-2760 EXT. 104. Color Satellites. Contemporary painting in direct collaboration with nature by Martina Angela Müller. March 1-April 7.

BYRDCLIFFE KLEINERT/JAMES CENTER FOR THE ARTS

36 TINKER STREET, WOODSTOCK 679-2079. Overlook//Homecoming. This short exhibition showcases 22 important historical objects created at the Byrdcliffe Art Colony in the early 20th century f Through March 1. Influence. Exhibition that explores what influenced the artists’ lives. March 6-April 19. Opening reception on March 7, 4pm-6pm.

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CARRIE HADDAD GALLERY

622 WARREN STREET, HUDSON (518) 828-1915. His Favorite Things. Illustrations and paintings of Brooklyn native Richard Merkin. March 11-April 19.

CATALYST GALLERY

137 MAIN STREET BEACON 204-3844. The Big Draw. The Big Draw is an affordable art show giving artists from all over the country the opportunity to sell fixed-price ($70) 11x14 works on paper. Through March 1, 6-9pm.

CATSKILL CENTER FOR CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

ROUTE 28, ARKVILLE CATSKILLCENTER.ORG. Hemlocks: The Backbone of the Catskills. An informational and artistic exhibit celebrating the past, present and future of a quintessential Catskills’ species, the Eastern Hemlock, created by The Catskill Center and The Catskill Regional Invasive Species Partnership. Through April 24.

THE CENTER FOR PHOTOGRAPHY AT WOODSTOCK 59 TINKER STREET, WOODSTOCK 679-9957. Birds of a Feather. Works by Claire Rosen. Through April 5.

COLUMBIA COUNTY COUNCIL ON THE ARTS 209 WARREN STREET, HUDSON (518) 671-6213. On & Off the Wall. Through March 21.

CROSS CONTEMPORARY ART

81 PARTITION STREET, SAUGERTIES 399-9751. Take 5. Group show of five New York artists. This group show presents paintings, drawings and sculpture by five New York artists: John Berens, Jeffrey Bishop, Mike Cockrill, Jared Deery and Shria Toren. Through March 1.

DIA: BEACON

3 BEEKMAN STREET, BEACON Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place. Fifty-year retrospective of Andre’s work. Through March 9.

DREAM IN PLASTIC

177 MAIN ST, BEACON The Ladies. Works by Leslie Fandrick. March 12- April 6. Opening reception March 14 6pm - 9pm

DUCK POND GALLERY

128 CANAL STREET TOWN OF ESOPUS LIBRARY, PORT EWEN 338-5580. Ulster County Photographers Club. March 7-28. Opening reception March 7, 5pm-8pm.

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