Summer Selects featured on AWAD’s Blog
When the pandemic compelled SEFA to temporarily close their New York City gallery in March, they successfully pivoted and developed a rich array of online exhibitions and other programming. While the virtual activities were satisfying, they have greatly missed seeing friends, collectors and artists in the gallery. And no matter how high a high-res JPEG of a painting is, nothing beats the real thing! The Hudson gallery is a 900-square-foot space in a historic building (1920) along Warren Street, the arterial heart of Hudson’s historic district, and the town’s hub for theater, art, antiquing, retail and dining. The exhibition Summer Selects includes paintings and drawings by established gallery artists who work in abstraction and figuration, including Angela A’Court, Francie Hester, Carole Eisner, James Isherwood, Chase Langford, Carlos Puyol, Liane Ricci and Alicia Rothman.
The Gallery will be following the rules and regulations around the phased opening for retail establishments in Columbia County, requiring all visitors to wear a mask or face covering, and limiting the number of people inside the gallery at one time. The exhibition is through August 15, 2020.