At The Lace Mill: The P’s Have it

Beginning June 1, Lace Mill Arts Presents three different shows in three galleries, with a First Saturday Artists’ Opening Reception on Saturday, June 1 from 5-9 pm. All shows exhibit June1-26, 2019 and are open for viewing Saturdays and Sundays, noon to 4 pm.

WEST GALLERY:  PORTRAITS and…
Works by Ron DeNitto

DeNitto exhibits his portraits of prominent people and friends, as well as his “Inscapes” which are his internalized views of Kingston, NY. He also individually curated several shows at The Lace Mill including his One-Man Show (November 2018), Masters at The Lace Mill (March 2019), and A Mid-summer NIght’s Art Show (July 2017).

 MAIN GALLERY:  Politics
Freya DeNitto curates a host of selected artists with personal perspectives on politics. Her knack for stimulating conversation and guiding discussion is prompted in this showcase of visuals in several mediums provided by a variety of artists.

EAST GALLERY:  People, Parrots & Pictures
Documentary photographer Gloria Waslyn exhibits her mages of the community including interactions with her Parrots for Peace. “I preserve the moment of the expression of joyful experiences,” says Gloria.

On-street parking is available on South Manor and Prospect Avenues. Galleries are located at 165 Cornell Street, Kingston; shows are free and open to the public. For more information, email The Lace Mill Arts Council [email protected]

 

At The Lace Mill: 22, INT-O YELLOW, MyKingstonKids Art Show

Beginning May 4, Lace Mill Arts Presents three different shows in three galleries, with a First Saturday Artists’ Opening Reception on Saturday, May 4 from 5-9 pm. All shows exhibit May 4-26, 2019 and are open for viewing Saturdays and Sundays, noon to 4 pm.

WEST GALLERY:  22
Small Works by James Martin
A New York artist now living at Kingston’s Lace Mill since August 2016, Martin attended Brooklyn College and the Arts’ Student League (NYC). Since he was 8 years old, he’s been copying artworks and began emulating certain artists such as Rembrandt and Sorolla, all in the effort of finding himself. His work has been shown in many galleries including the Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery (NYC) and Doghouse Gallery (Saugerties). An active member of Woodstock Art Association & Museum (WAAM) and life member of the Arts’ Students League of New York, he recently taught drawing at Arts Society of Kingston. He also individually curated several shows at The Lace Mill including Misfits (September 2016), Men (April 2018), Midsummer Night’s Art Show (July 2018), Masters at The Lace Mill (March 2019) which was received very well by the community. Martin’s Artist Philosophy: Art is Good. Paint a pretty picture.

MAIN GALLERY:  INT-O YELLOW
Exploring optimism and mental awareness through yellow. YELLOW artworks by local artists including Lace Mill resident Felix Olivieri

 

 

EAST GALLERY:  MyKinstonKids Art Show
In celebration of MyKingstonKidsFest, The Lace Mill Arts presents artworks from local children.

On-street parking is available on South Manor and Prospect Avenues. Galleries are located at 165 Cornell Street, Kingston; shows are free and open to the public. For more information, email The Lace Mill Arts Council [email protected]

WOMAN: A Group Show at The Lace Mill, April 6-27

WOMAN-LaceMill-April6-27Lace Mill resident-artist Lanette Hughes curates a group show of over 20 local artists – WOMAN – at The Lace Mill Galleries, April 6 through 27. 

On April 6 (First Saturday), WOMAN holds an opening reception from 3p-9p. Meet the artists, view their art, and enjoy a variety of entertainment including:
5p Poetry & Readings
6p Zelda’s Happening
7p Performance Art
8p Participatory Drumming

Light refreshments served. All are welcome. Free and open to the public. On-street parking on South Manor Avenue, Prospect and Cornell Streets. Freewill donations accepted at the door benefit The Lace Mill Arts Council and future showings.

Ron DeNitto’s One-Man Show Thru November 29

Ron DeNitto One Man SHow at The Lace Mill, NOvember 1-28Lace Mill artist-resident Ron DeNitto shares 40 years of collective works, including two theme series:

“Ferguson” portrays the strife and impact of this historic event.

“Circus” is Ron’s take on the current political climate and the striking resemblance of circus elements

On display November 3 to 29 in The Lace Mill Main and West Galleries.

Gallery hours: Friday through Monday, noon-5 pm
Private viewings arranged by appointment 845-481-5402

The Lace Mill Presents: Jazz & Poetry, October 20

Flyer for October 20 performance at 4p of 8 poets reciting the work of Gerrit Lansing; jazz bassist Michael Bisio accompaniment

Resident-artist Michael Bisio invites eight poet friends to honor fellow  poet and artist Gerrit Landsing toThe Lace Mill, 165 Cornell St., on October 20 from 4pm-6pm. in the East Gallery.

Poetry, music and storytelling fill the afternoon experience.  Come early, stay late, stroll the galleries and other offerings that day.

For more information, e-mail Michael Bisio at [email protected] or read his artist profile page on RUPCO‘s site.

Suggested donation is $10 and covers expenses incurred by traveling artists.

Free and open to the public.

Guest parking on South Manor Avenue and Progress Street.

The Lace Mill Presents: A Jazz Experience September 22

Flyer for The Lace Mill presents: A Jazz Experience on September 22 with three established musicians

Resident-artist Michael Bisio invites fellow musicians Hui Cox and Michael Wimberly to The Lace Mill, 165 Cornell St., on September 22 from 4pm-6pm. Experience “Live Jazz” in an intimate setting,  an added bonus to ArtWalk Kingston. Come early, stay late, stroll the galleries and open studio.

For more information, e-mail Michael Bisio at [email protected] or read his artist profile page on RUPCO‘s site.

Suggested donation is $10 and covers expenses incurred by traveling artists.

Free and open to the public.

Guest parking on South Manor Avenue and Progress Street.

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Zelda’s Interactive Art Happening, September 22

Zelda (aka Judith Z. Miller) Lace Mill artist-resident Zelda (aka Judith Z. Miller) hosts a special event on September 22  from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Zelda’s Interactive Art Happening celebrates spiritual connection through the Body will be held in her home/studio 165 Cornell Street, #204 Kingston.  Guests will enjoy live percussion, black-light body-painting, dancing, refreshments, and the opportunity to view ZELDA’S collage ‘My G-d’ under black light. ZELDA’s apartment is lovingly transformed into a shamanic healing space with hand-carved trees flying in mid-air from the vaulted ceilings surrounded by photographs of nature, spiritual self-portraits, collages, and mannequins decorated with healing amulets.

This performance is in addition to Zelda’s Open Studio, which is part of Artwalk Kingston’s citywide weekend gallery openings. 

Guest percussionists Bobby Sabella and Bryan Henry perform as the duo Mianbe. Bobby is a studio/live performer who has been on the scene for 35 years working with the likes of John Patitucci, (Chick Corea), Bob Mayo (Peter Frampton),T ony Purrone (The Heath Brothers), Hugh McDonald (Bon Jovi) Andy Snitzer (The Rolling Stones), and Chip Taylor (Wild Thing, Angel of the Morning).  

Body-painters include Rut Flores, a native from Argentina who holds a Master Degree in Architecture from Buenos Aires and a Fine Arts Degree from Madrid, Spain; SNOWBANKS a Brooklyn-based artist who works on both on-canvas and on-bodies and sees the body as a fluid canvas, and Tania Trowbridge, who is fascinated with the beauty in nature, photography, and the dynamics of the human form. Tania is a professional Tattoo Artist/owner of Metamorphosis Tattoo in Kingston. Other artists to be announced.

The public is invited to bring something to share — a poem, a story, a dance, instruments, food/drinks and camera to document the body-painting process. 

FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
On-treeet parking on South Manor Avenue and Prospect Street
Adults only (21+)
No dogs allowed

Zelda (aka Judith Z. Miller) headshotArtist Bio: Zelda (aka Judith Z. Miller) is a multifaceted artis/producer who lives in an erotic, musical, spiritual universe. As a feminist Jew who studies shamanism, she is inspired by the beauty of nature and the guiding force of her intuition as she explores the themes of connection to the Earth, spirituality, sexuality and gender. She sculpts, draws, writes, performs, photographs, and is an ecstatic dancer/percussionist/healer. Zelda co-founded The Fine Line Actors Theatre in Washington DC and performed at such venues as Source, GALA Hispanic Theatre and the Kennedy Center in DC, in NYC at WOW Café Theatre and Dixon Place, at the Lace Mill and with the TMI Project in Kingston. Currently Zelda is developing Que Será, Será (Whatever Will Be, Will Be), a multi-media one-person show that chronicles the joys and challenges of navigating non-binary Queerness from a childhood in the 1950s to adulthood.  She published in Inside Arts magazine, The Washington Post, and American Theatre magazine. Zelda currently resides at the Lace Mill artist residence in Kingston NY with her Great Dane “Z”.

A Two-Woman Show, August 4-29 at The Lace Mill

Lace Mill resident-artist Lannette Kristin Hughes and  local artist Nikki Pison team up for “A Two-Woman Show,” a large-format, collaborative painting exhibition gracing all four public community spaces (West, East, Mezzanine and Main galleries).  Pison’s show, “Circus Arcanus (Mysterious Circle),” includes a collection of mixed media paintings, photography, and sculpture. Hughes hangs over 20 of her large-format canvas in her show, “O’ Merciful Humanity, Where Are You Going?”

The public is invited to the opening  artists’ reception on Saturday, August 4 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. with refreshments, music, and poetry. Musical guests Michael Bisio and Adam Siegel along with poetry by Nancy Smith round out the First Saturday event. 

Resident-artist Lanette Kristin Hughes will donate 75% of each painting purchase to RUPCO and its work with homeless communities.  She did the same with proceeds from her November 2017 show; RUPCO in turn donated to The Lace Mill Arts Council for future gallery events and artists’ shows.

Gallery hours are Wednesday and Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. or by appointment in August. Call (845) 532-3538 for more information. On-street parking is available along Prospect Street and South Manor Avenue. The Lace Mill is located at 165 Cornell Street, Kingston, NY. 

ABOUT THE ARTIST LANETTE KRISTIN HUGHES: Read her story here. 

ABOUT THE ARTIST NIKKI PISON: Nikki Pison is a visionary artist from Rosendale, NY. Home grown in the Hudson Valley, Pison is a world traveler who has always been drawn to study other cultures and mystical philosophies. As a clinical psychologist, Dr. Pison has always been fascinated by the subconscious world and the archetypal imagery that threads across cultures, linking humanity. Her mixed media paintings represent fantastical depictions of surreal landscapes, potent with evocative portraits and layered symbolism.

A Midsummer Night’s Art Show at The Lace Mill, July 7-28

flyer for Midsummer NIght's Art ShowFirst Saturday at The Lace Mill Arts presents A Midsummer Night’s Art Show, curated by James Martin, with an opening reception on July 7 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The show runs through July 28 in The Lace Mill West, East, and Main galleries. Come celebrate 3 years since artists began moving into The Lace Mill. Twenty-one great local artists — including Daniel Cardenas, Cheryl Chrispell, Chelsea Culpepper, Faya DeNitto, Ron DeNitto, Chris Gonyea, Lanette Kristin Hughes, Aaron Lockhart, James Martin, Star Nigro, Felix Olivieri, Katie Olson, Naoko Oshima, Kazuma Oshita, Autumn Pond, Rubi Rose, Susan Silverman, Charles Steele, Pablo Shine, Charlotte Tusch, and Fred Woller – share their work under a waning midsummer night’s crescent moon.

Live music and excellent gourmet food and drink for all guests prepared by culinary expert Joseph Fitzgerald and Japanese cuisine by chef Youko Yamamoto. In the Main Gallery back studio, experience Tanabata Japanese paper folding to support the Bon-Odori Festival in August. Stop in for great art, great music, and great food! Donations accepted at the door to cover show and artist travel expenses. Free parking on South Manor Avenue and Prospect Street. Regular gallery times Wednesday and Saturday 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

For more information, call (347) 387-6874.

“Musica Poetica” Jazz Concert on June 16 at The Lace Mill

Resident-artist Michael Bisio and fellow musicians Ingrid Sertso, Karl Berger, and Alvaro Domene come together to present “Musica Poetica” at The Lace Mill, 165 Cornell St., on June 16, from 4pm-6pm. Listen to experts perform beautiful jazz for a live audience in an intimate setting.

From well-established reviewers:

On Ingrid Sertso: “The most uncontaminated voice I ever heard. She screams without screaming.” — OmetteColeman

On Karl Berger: “There is a zen likespirit that transcends genre. Serenity on a shiny silver disc.” –Criticaljazz.com

On Alvaro Domene: “…Alvaro Domene’s virtuosic playing and compositional sagacity make him one of the most exciting performers in the creative music scene…” –M. Caratti, Jazzwise Magazine

On Michael Bisio: “…a poet of the contrabass.” –E. Chagas tomajazz.com

For more information, e-mail Michael Bisio at [email protected] or read his artist profile page on RUPCO‘s site.

Suggested donation is $10 and covers expenses incurred by traveling artists.

Free and open to the public.

Guest parking on South Manor Avenue and Progress Street.