Original Art on Display and Available for Purchase at The Emerson
What: Original Art on Display and Available for Purchase at The Emerson
Where: The Emerson
Artists in Their Studios Invites You to View Paintings and Sculptures at the Emerson and Visit Their Studio
Oil landscapes, figurative art, clay sculptures…the halls of the Inn at the Emerson have been transformed into a fine arts gallery featuring the original art of Lisa Pressman, Christie Scheele and Allan Skriloff of Artists in Their Studios. All three have highly unique and mature bodies of work, and have exhibited widely and been collected nationally and internationally. Leisurely wander through the Inn corridors and view the wide sampling of fine art on display, then take advantage of a rare opportunity to see and meet the artists in their intimate work space. Each studio is located within a 20-minute drive of the Emerson.
Through the years, artists from all over the world have settled in the Hudson Valley and found peace and inspiration in the Catskills. Some of the most highly regarded New York art galleries can be found here.
Simply speak with the Emerson concierge to arrange an appointment to meet with one or more of the artists. View their works in progress, find out what inspires and motivates them and learn more about their backgrounds and passion for creating art. Interested in their original artwork for sale? Purchases can be arranged during your visit or by viewing their websites (listed below), making a selection and contacting the artist personally.
- Christie Scheele: Atmospheric, meditative landscapes in oil and pastel of the peaks, creeks, roads, hillsides and rivers of the Catskills and Mid-Hudson Valley, as well as locales further afield. www.christiescheele.com (845) 688-7732
- Lisa Pressman: Lisa's paintings incorporate oils, collage, wax and other mixed media to create works that allude to a personalized time and space. www.lisapressman.net
- Allan Skriloff: Realistic figurative paintings in oil that explore power and beauty in the unexpected, using light and shadow to capture people and events in time. www.interioranalysis.com (845) 679-6325