The Gallery Link
The Gallery Link at Ellenville
The Gallery Link features monthly fine arts exhibits by local and regional artists.
The Gallery Link in located in Ellenville Public Library & Museum, 40 Center Street, Ellenville, NY, and is open during normal library hours. For more information, please call 647-5530 or visit ww.eplm.org.
Exhibits: Past, Current, Future
“The Masters of American Comic Book Art”
Robert Pollak exhibits his collection of classic comic book art June 17- August 31 2023 in the Gallery Link.
Local Artist Paula Arwen Owen exhibits cut paper art and prints in the Gallery Link May 25th-June 25th 2022.
Shown Above Entering the Rune Forest Giclee Print of Cut Paper Collage 9”X13” (Left),
Skadi Norse Goddess of the Mountains Enhanced Giclee Print of Cut Paper Collage 8”X8” (Right)
“Last Three Years Retrospective”
Local Artist Monica Cohen exhibits pen and ink drawings as well as oil paintings April 1st- May 19th 2022 in the Gallery Link.
Shown Above Less is More 12X16″ Oil Mixable (Left), Welcome to Ellenville 9X12″ Pen and Ink drawing (Right)
Multi-Media Art exhibit at Ellenville’s Gallery Link
Ellenville, NY:“ArtsWAVE in Residence” is the name of an exciting new exhibit in Ellenville, NY, this Fall.ArtsWAVE,Ellenville’s local artists association, revived their artist in residence programs at their Market Street location in 2011.
“THE CIVIL WAR, AN ARTIST’S PERSPECTIVE”
works by local artist Kevin Storms, through April 27, 2011
“THE WORKS OF ARTHUR I. HELLER”
American Illustrator and Cragsmoor resident, May-June, 2011
“Somwhere in Time” Pastels by Nancy Reed Jones
Ellenville’s Gallery Link welcomes artist Nancy Reed Jones of the Wallkill River School, for an exhibition of her paintings called “Somewhere in Time” throughout the month of November. This is Nancy’s first exhibit in Ellenville, and people are sure to enjoy her landscapes, which convey both a sense of vitality and peace.
“A Collaboration: Kaete Brittin Shaw and Hardie Truesdale”
Seeking a new challenge several years ago, artists Kaete Brittin Shaw and Hardie Truesdale embarked on a project with no preconceived ideas, but deeply rooted in their shared appreciation of the natural world around them. They are both “solitary workers” in their respective mediums – Kaete a sculptor who works extensively with porcelain, and Hardie, a photographer who specializes on the natural world.
Paintings by Helen Harkaspi
Ellenville’s Gallery Link is proud to present a new exhibit of paintings by local artist Helen Harkaspki, “People, Places, Things”. A simple name for an impressive exhibit that offers an array of colorful and courageous work that speaks to all that the artist values in life. Helen’s portraits, landscapes and still lifes convey her ability for looking closely and carefully at all she encounters.
WURTSBORO ART ALLIANCE
Ellenville’s Gallery Link was proud to host a New Year’s exhibition of paintings, photographs and sculpture presented by the Wurtsboro Art Alliance.The third annual exhibit of works at Ellenville’s Gallery Link by the Wurtsboro Art Alliance, the show was a multi-media display of beautiful work by their dedicated members, artists who are both professional and amateur.
“Up Close and Personal” by William W. Winters
Renowned artist William W. Winters invites us to once again reflect upon the beauty of our historic valley with his upcoming exhibit, “Oil Paintings of the Rondout Valley Area, Up Close and Personal”. On display at Ellenville’s Gallery Link throughout the month of December, “Up Close and Personal” features many new works with images of the rolling hills, meadows, mountains and streams, the old farm houses, barns and picturesque views that still define the landscape that surrounds us, while putting us in touch with our valley’s history.
“Passage” by Jamie Greene
Fine artist Jamie Greene will present “Passage”, a unique and thought provoking exhibition of multi-media works, throughout November at Ellenville’s Gallery link. “Passage” will display pieces that combine the techniques of printmaking, drawing and painting both on canvas, and in the form of 3 dimensional “memory boxes”.
Art Students from SUNY Ulster exhibit in Ellenville
Ellenville Public Library & Museum is proud to present “Selections for SUNY Ulster Students” in The Gallery Link from October 2-28,2009. The show of student drawings and paintings has been curated by Instructor Pablo Shine, himself an artist and painter in the Hudson Valley.Pablo teaches several classes at SUNY Ulster, and is excited about sharing his students’ work through this exhibition at the Gallery Link.”I wanted to give the community a glimpse of the variety, the different levels and the abundance of talent that there is in this area.”
“Portals” an Exhibition of Abstract Paintings by Haynes Atkins
On August 29th, “Portals”, an exhibition of paintings by local artist Haynes Atkins will open at Ellenville’s Gallery Link.The show featured Haynes’ abstract paintings, whose shapes and organic colors convey a sense of quiet movement, relation and invitation. Perhaps this is why he titled the exhibition “Portals”;the word conveys not only an entrance to something, but also a means to an entrance.Atkins’ works have an inner warmth that belies their abstract nature by touching us with a sense of familiarity, making us feel at home, inviting us to get lost — or find something — in their depth.
Andy Kooistra – Selected Works
From April 29 through May 27, Ellenville’s Gallery Link is proud to present “Selected Works by Andy Kooistra”. The exhibition of Kooistras’s paintings, drawings and sculptures includes new works as well as sculptures that have never before been displayed in a public show.
Art from the Heart
Ellenville Public Library & Museum would like to thank the staff and neighbors at the Northeast Center for Special Care for an outstanding exhibition last month, which was co-hosted with Ellenville Regional Hospital. The show will remain at the hospital’s Healing Art Gallery through the end of March. “Art From The Heart” featured original fine art drawings, paintings and poetry created by artists and writers of the Fine Arts Program of the NCSC. These artists, called “neighbors” at the Center, are people who are touched by traumatic brain injuries and related conditions.