Special Events, State of the Art Gallery Shows

Art in Tompkins County — Then and Now

Gallery artists open the new year with art that reflects Ithaca’s past and present. State of the Art will celebrate Tompkins County Bicentennial with half of our artists showing their work in January and the other half in February

January Artists:

 

Carol Ast, Patricia Brown, Frances Fawcett, Elizabeth Gross-Marks, Ileen Kaplan, Jan Kather, Susan Larkin, Diane Newton, Diana Ozolins, Terry Plater, Mike Sampson, Sheryl Sinkow, Ethel Vrana, David Watkins

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Carol Ast — “North Triphammer Rd”

 

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Patricia Brown — “Untitled Nov 2016”

 

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Elisabeth Gross-Marks — “Moons and Planets”

 

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Jan Kather — “Two Women with Balance”

 

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Susan C. Larkin — “Bailor Road: 1891-2017”

 

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Diane Newton — “Looking North on Cayuga Street”

 

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Michael Sampson — “Holly Joy 2”

 

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Sheryl Sinkow — “Ithaca is Love”

February Artists:

 

Mary Ann Bowman, Stan Bowman, Gurdon Brewster, Eva Capobianco, Erin Deneuville, Jane Dennis, Shirley Hogg, Barbara Mink, Daniel McPheeters, Margy Nelson, Patty Porter, Margaret Reed, Janet Sherman, Connie Zehr

 

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Eva M. Capobianco — “Rails to Trails, East Hill”