Harris Diamant: Head Maker

When did you first know you were an artist? Always Favorite medium(s) you use to make art… Brass, aluminum, steel, gold/metal leaf. I purchase more supplies from hardware stores than from art material stores. What are the most interesting new trends in your field? Is your work changing as a result? About a dozen years … More Harris Diamant: Head Maker

The Samara Project Slated for August Launch: Volunteers Needed

To preserve the legacy of Todd Samara, a nationally recognized artist whose favorite subject was Kingston’s Rondout, a group of Kingston artists have formed the Samara Project, which is proposing a month-long, city-wide retrospective of Todd’s work this August. The retrospective, which is sponsored by MAD, would include exhibits of Todd’s paintings at Kingston galleries, … More The Samara Project Slated for August Launch: Volunteers Needed

Kingston Midtown Arts District’s Debt to Ben Wigfall

Ben Wigfall (1930-2017) was one of the giants of the art world. A brilliant printmaker and painter, a revered professor at SUNY New Paltz, he is best remembered in Kingston for his Communications Village and his Watermark/Cargo Gallery. Both of these have had a profound effect on the shaping of the Kingston Midtown Arts District … More Kingston Midtown Arts District’s Debt to Ben Wigfall

Pop-Up Fine Art Market “a perfect fit” with Made in Kingston

Organizers of the 5th Annual Made in Kingston market at The Metro deemed it an unqualified success. MiK attracted record crowds on Thursday, December 7, offering the MAD Pop-Up Fine Art Market a resounding debut. “This MAD Pop-Up Fine Art Market started as a long shot but proved to be a perfect fit with the … More Pop-Up Fine Art Market “a perfect fit” with Made in Kingston

MAD Pop-Up Fine Art Market Debuts at “Made in Kingston”

A Great Place to do Some Holiday Shopping! MAD is sponsoring a new Pop-Up Fine Art Market at the 5th Annual “Made in Kingston” on December 7 from 4-8:30 p.m. Participating artists include Neville Bean, Jane Bloodgood-Abrams, Ray Curran, Priscilla Derven, John Fischer, Rosalie Frankel, Kathleen Gavin, Glamberger, Glenn Grubard, Thomas Hackett, Prudence Haze, Tracey … More MAD Pop-Up Fine Art Market Debuts at “Made in Kingston”

Calling All Kingston Artists!

Nominations Open Until 12/17 for Distinguished Artist Award The Kingston Arts Commission has established, with Mayor Steve Noble’s blessing, the City of Kingston Distinguished Artist Award for 2018-2019. This award acknowledges the growing number of extremely gifted and creative people who call Kingston home. The deadline for nominations is midnight on Sunday, December 17, and … More Calling All Kingston Artists!