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Introducing Instructors Richard Pantell & Ron Netsky
Richard Pantell grew up in New York City’s northern borough of The Bronx where the city’s architecture, subways, billboards, and street life found its way into his earliest artwork. The paintings and prints of Richard Pantell can be found in such collections as the Butler Institute of American Art, The Museum of the City of New York, The British Museum, and the Jewish Museum in Stockholm, Sweden. He has had over thirty solo exhibitions and has won awards at The National Academy, Allied Artists of America, Society of American Graphic Artists and many others. He is listed in Who’s Who in American Art and articles about his work have appeared in American Artist magazine and The Journal of the Print World. His art has been reproduced in The New York Times and The Christian Science Monitor. He will be teaching an etching workshop this year.
Ron Netsky is Director of the Studio Art Program at Nazareth College in Rochester NY, where he teaches Printmaking. His prints are included in the collections of the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz and other collections. He was co-curator of Leaving for the Country: George Bellows at Woodstock an exhibition that originated at the Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester and traveled to the Terra Museum of American Art in Chicago and other museums. He has also curated exhibitions on lithographers Bolton Brown, Harold Faye and John Menihan and recently curated Woodstock Rocks: A Lithographic Legacy for the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum. He will be teaching several workshops this year.
Works by School faculty.
July 13–September 7, 2019
a collaboration between WSA and Arts Society of Kingston featuring the work of emerging artists: Adam Casey, Nicole Frisbie, Izzy Van den Heuval, and Chelsea Vierstra at the Arts Society of Kingston.
July 6–27, 2019
Juried Exhibition
July–September, 2019
at Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty in Woodstock
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