Julie Torres’ dispatches from Hudson, part 2

As promised in part one earlier this week, Julie Torres has sent her second report from Hudson‘s thriving gallery scene. Julie was a longtime – and much-loved! – Brooklyn resident who recently moved upstate, and while we miss having her nearby, we’re itching to visit her new neighborhood for ourselves. Looking at the photo round-up Julie sent, Hudson looks a bit like a painting oasis –judge for yourselves.

Erik Schoonebeek
“Erik Schoonebeek: Tender Trap” at Jeff Bailey Gallery. Erik Schoonebeek, Too Much for Title, 2016, gouache and acrylic on book cover, 5 x 7 inches.
Erik Schoonebeek
Erik Schoonebeek, Scene From a Play, 2016, acrylic on found paper, 9.5 x 12.25 inches.
Erik Schoonebeek
Erik Schoonebeek, Hidden Smile, 2016, gouache and acrylic on book cover, 5.5 x 8.5 inches.
Erik Schoonebeek
Erik Schoonebeek, Blume, 2016, gouche on book cover, 6.25 x 7.75 inches.
Erik Schoonebeek
Erik Schoonebeek, Almost Touching, 2016, gouache and acrylic on book cover, 5.5 x 9 inches.
Erik Schoonebeek
Erik Schoonebeek, Young Leen, 2016, gouache and acrylic on book cover, 12.25 x 16.75 inches.
Christian Maychack
Also at Jeff Bailey: Christian Maychack. Compound Flat #50, 2016, epoxy clay, pigment, and wood, 16.5 x 12 x 1.5 inches.
Christian Maychack
Christian Maychack, installation view.
Christian Maychack
Christian Maychack, Compound Flat #56, 2016, epoxy clay, pigment, and wood, 10.75 x 14.5 x 13.5 inches.
Christian Maychack
Christian Maychack, Compound Flat #52, 2016, epoxy clay, pigment, and wood, 16.25 x 15 x 1.5 inches.
Christian Maychack
Christian Maychack, Compound Flat #54, 2016, epoxy clay, pigment, wire, mesh, and wood, 36.5 x 24 x 3.25 inches.
Christian Maychack
Christian Maychack, Compound Flat #53, 2016, epoxy clay, pigment, and wood, 58 x 20 x 1.75 inches.
September Gallery
“Blue Jean Baby” is the inaugural exhibition at Kristen Dodge’s new space, called the September Gallery. Readers may recall that Dodge used to have a gallery in the storefront that Betty Cuningham now calls home  on the Lower East Side. Image above: Odessa Straub.
Jennifer Paige Cohen
Jennifer Paige Cohen, Dusty Blue, 2015, jeans, plaster, lime plaster, pencil, 10 x 13 x 6 inches.
Brie Ruais
Brie Ruais, Unzipped Line and Circle (Raw Color), 400lbs, 2015, glazed ceramic, jeans, hardware, in three parts, 113 x 87 x 4 inches, 49 x 43 x 3 inches, 75 x 16 x 5 inches.
September Gallery
In the Genes, 2014, 9 x 7 x 1.5 inches.
Davis, Cherubini
Davis, Cherubini, Downstairs, 2007, pine, plywood, terra-cotta, glaze, tape, denim, 14 x 14 x 17 inches.
September Gallery
“Blue Jean Baby” installation view, at September Gallery.
Kim Gordon
Kim Gordon, Denim Mini, from the Boyfriend Experience series, 2013, archival pigment print (Edition of 50 + curated prints by 10 artists), framed: 30 x 20 inches.
Sara Greenberger Rafferty
Sara Greenberger Rafferty
NOTE: September Gallery is also hosting Basilica SoundScape this weekend, where sculptor Cal Lane will exhibit alongside sex-psyche Illustrator Heather Benjamin and set designer Lisa Laratta.
Jack Walls
Jack Walls. installation view of “Abstraction” group show at Carrie Haddid Gallery.
Jack Walls
Jack Walls, Mozambique, 2015, acrylic on canvas, 40 X 40 inches.
Robert C. Morgan
Robert Morgan, Lissajous 1, 2015, acrylic and metalic paint on canvas, 16 x 20 inches.
Robert C. Morgan
Robert C. Morgan, Lissajous 17, 2015, acrylic and metalic paint on canvas, 20 x 16 inches.

Abstraction: Robert C. Morgan, Jack Walls, Bruce Murphy, Joe Wheaton and Gabriel de la Portilla,” Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, NY. Through October 16, 2016.
“Blue Jean Baby,” curated by Kristen Dodge. September Gallery, Hudson, NY. Through October 16.
“Erik Schoonebeek: Tender Trap,” curated by Jeff Bailey. Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson, NY. Through September 11, 2016.
“Christian Maychack,” curated by Jeff Bailey. Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson, NY. Through September 11, 2016.

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