‘A WALK IN THE WOODS’ — Piece by Stephen T. Fletcher (Image submitted)
‘Wilderness Songs’ exhibit opens Saturday in Old Forge
OLD FORGE — “Stephen Fletcher: Wilderness Songs,” will open July 21 at View, 3273 Route 28.
Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. The exhibition opens Saturday and runs through Oct. 21. The artist reception will be held 5-7 p.m. on Aug. 3.
Stephen T. Fletcher was born in Utica in 1967, and now lives in Forestport. His work has won numerous awards and can be found in public places and private art collections both in the U.S. and abroad. His work has been seen in plethora of exhibitions.
“It seems as long as I have been involved in the arts, I have been chasing the mysteries of light and shadow,” said Fletcher. “Light has always intrigued me in the way it lands, bends and reflects on water, objects, animals and people. In my paintings I incorporate mood as well as a sense of place and time in contrasting shapes, colors, light and shadow. Ever since I was young I have had a fascination with the Adirondack region and its inhabitants.”
Admission is $10, free for View members. For more information visit ViewArts.org or call 315-369-6411.
View hosts Bread Basket Workshop Tuesday
Dodge Pratt Northam center hosts 34th annual Art & Craft Fair in Boonville
Arts at the Palace hosts Dar Williams Aug. 25
History Club of New York Mills meets Monday
- 4:00pm 08/15/18View hosts Bread Basket Workshop Tuesday
- 4:00pm 08/15/18Dodge Pratt Northam center hosts 34th annual Art & Craft Fair in Boonville
- 4:00pm 08/15/18Arts at the Palace hosts Dar Williams Aug. 25
- 4:00pm 08/15/18History Club of New York Mills meets Monday
- 4:00pm 08/15/18Jervis offers online genealogy workshop Aug. 27
- 4:00pm 08/15/18Steuben Old Home Days slated for Aug. 25
- 4:00pm 08/08/18Felting workshop Aug. 18 at View
- 4:00pm 08/08/18McGhee to give book presentation at Old Forge Library
- 4:00pm 08/08/18Town of Western Historical Society to hold monthly meeting Thursday
- 4:00pm 08/08/18Historic walking tour in Leonardsville