James Martin: Inspired By the Old Masters & Kingston’s New MAD Creatives

Your Name: James Martin Your Studio/Business Name: Cornbroom Studio Address: 165 Cornell Street #203 Kingston, NY 12401 Phone: 347-387-6874 Email Address: tcfishingcompany@aol.com Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008461890230 When did you first know you were an artist? I knew at a very early age (7-8 years old) when drawing and copying became a passionate pastime. Favorite medium(s) you use to make art? Lately I’ve … More James Martin: Inspired By the Old Masters & Kingston’s New MAD Creatives

June MAD Notes

Recapping the June 1, 2017, Meeting Lace Mill Unity Show Follow-up The show on May 6 – 13 was very successful and organizers Lisa Kelley and Sarah Carlson plan to mount another show in the near future. As this event is totally consistent with MAD objectives, the Steering Committee is interested in supporting future shows … More June MAD Notes

May MAD Notes

Introducing a New Monthly Feature – MAD Notes! The MAD Steering Committee meets on the first Thursday of every month at 9:30 a.m. at Cornell Street Studios. The next meeting will be held on June 1 and all are welcome to attend. The MAD Work Groups meet regularly too, and everyone is invited to participate … More May MAD Notes

May 2017 1st Saturday

1st Saturday is my favorite Saturday of the month, and it’s really exciting to see all the new galleries opening in MAD and throughout Kingston. I started in the Rondout at StoneStyling by Tyler – I’m a big fan of his outdoor sculptures on the Rondout Promenade but had never visited his funky studio before … More May 2017 1st Saturday

Activating Perception

Nina A. Isabelle When did you first know you were an artist? Growing up people referred to me as an artist and so I became one – an experience that made me aware of the power of language, perception, belief, and social programming, all themes in my current work. It’s possible that if I had … More Activating Perception

Raychel Wengenroth

When did you first know you were an artist? Pretty much from the day I was born to artist parents. I got a bracelet from Peters Valley when I was 14, took my first class in 1975 and began jewelry making when I was 15. I was hooked! I took a two-week intensive when I … More Raychel Wengenroth