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The Hastings Flea brings together inspired handmade crafts, home goods, jewelry, and unique vintage and antique clothing, collectables, and furniture! Kicking off on Sunday, October 20, 2013 at 9am-3pm, the Hastings Flea will showcase Hastings’ own incredible talent and taste alongside fellow Hudson Valley artists and curators. Live music will be provided by Matt Turk, George Gierer, The Blues Mothers, and Solar Punch, who is powering the stage with solar power! www.HastingsFlea.com.
Celebrated photojournalist John Launois captured images of many of the most famous people of the 1960s and 70’s, including the Beatles, Bob Dylan and Malcolm X. His photo essays and portraits appeared in many influential magazines such as Timeand National Geographic. Come hear the retell of the story of his captivating work and life by his son, Chris Pan Launois. His recently published book, L’Amercain, gives an inside look at the life of photojournalism during this period. Westchester Photographic Society presents this program at their weekly meeting held at Westchester Community College, Technology Building. All meetings are open to the public. Bring a friend.
This October, PIX11 is bringing together the top experts in the health and wellness fields for the third annual PIX11 Health & Wellness Expo.
Exhibit open now through December 13, event time listed is for the opening reception. Located in The Esther Raushenbush Library Gallery.
The artist says of her work: “After being a sculptor and stone carver for 25 years, followed by 5 more years of making constructions out of tree roots dragged from the bottoms of dried lake beds in New England, my hands rebelled and started to look like the gnarled roots that I was working on. After increasing pain, my orthopedist told me I had to give up my life as an artist. Fat chance! After considerable reflection I decided I would switch mediums and paint what I’d always dreamed of: trees! My passion and love of them has been forever. The paintings, numbered in the order of their creation, grew and evolved with each new canvas. And as you can see, the sculptor in me lives on in the thick, raised accretions of paint that are then sculpted on the canvas to capture the solidarity, strength, and beauty of trees. This is my first show of my painting from the first to my most recent, which evolved into a painting of clouds. Who knows where this may continue to flow.”