Rick Savage plays Miles Davis

with Mark Minchello on piano and Lew Scott on bass

Sunday November 10, 4 pm

Suggested Donation $15

Rick Savage will be playing at the Amity Gallery on November 10 at 4 pm

Educated at world renowned music school Indiana University, composer / producer / engineer, videographer Rick Savage has lived and worked in & around New York City for the past 30 years. He continues to be in demand as a performing & recording trumpet player, making guest solo appearances on the CD projects of many NY area artists.

The video below is a swingin’ tune from the Hudson Valley Jazz Fest featuring Rick Savage trumpet, Don Braden sax, Eliot Zigmund drums, Zen Zadravec piano, & David Kingsnorth bass.

A performance of “Black Coffee” by the Rick Savage Jazz 4Tet from the 2011 Warwick Valley (NY) Jazz Fest featuring Luci Yeghiazaryan • vocals, Rick Savage • trumpet, Eliot Zigmund • drums, Zen Zadravec • piano, David Kingsnorth • bass

Claire Gilliam – Life Lines

I began the series Life Lines two or three years ago, after coming into the possession of recent MRI scans of my brain.

 

I began the series Life Lines two or three years ago, after coming into the possession of recent MRI scans of my brain. The scans, which I spent hours pouring over, both fascinated and horrified me. Even though I’d always known the seriousness of it, I was suddenly confronted with visual evidence of the long ago but significant brain injury I’d sustained as a baby. A large dark mass on the left hemisphere still declaring loudly, after 40 years, my narrow escape. Around the same time, I also experienced a difficult and continuous period of profound familial loss.

Both these episodes left me thinking about the body in a very different way than I had before: I became interested in the biology and physiology of our bodies and the seemingly cruel, capricious way a body can behave, vacillating between strength and fragility. I began to make drawings from the MRIs, at first visually recording the brain itself, to understand how its structure and pathways form to activate the circumstances of the individual being we become. As the series has developed, the imagery has dissolved into abstraction, capturing something more existential. 

Please join me for the opening reception on Saturday, November 2 from 5.00-7.00pm (the Amity Gallery will be open to visitors from 1 pm)

The Gallery is open every weekend from 1.00-4.00 pm.

https://www.clairegilliam.com/

Patterns and Rhythms

 

John Toth is an intermedia artist who uses a computer as an instrument to explore the layering of sculpture, painting, music, sound, dance, video, film, and written text. This allows for relationships to be made between media.  His multi-perceptual collages explore the effects of presenting simultaneous impressions. The intent is to broaden the language of artistic expression and consider the ways in which our multiple sense effect the way we experience life around us.

Martha and Morgan Haude: Water and Clay

The August exhibit at the Amity Gallery will feature the watercolor paintings of Martha Haude and the ceramics of her daughter, Morgan Haude.

Martha Haude utilizes many objects that she has collected in her world travels as subjects for her watercolors.  She also loves gardening, another theme to be found in her watercolors.

Morgan Haude is a ceramicist and painter living in the Hudson Valley. She received her BFA from Alfred University and since 2007 has worked as a sculptor and painter for a prosthetic company. Clay has been a lifelong passion but she enjoys working in a wide variety of mediums and she is always looking for her next hobby.

 

LIFE FORMS

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Three Artists celebrate Life Forms in an exhibit at the Amity Gallery
Three artists, Jan Corash, Roslyn Fassett, and Phyllis Lehman, in their own way, celebrate the human form in an exhibit at the Amity Gallery in Warwick, NY.  The subject, the female nude, explores and reveals the vital and various ways one responds to this eternally revered subject.
I am interested on what a body says about life. states Jan Corash. Using charcoal and ink for a deep tonal range, she prefers a sketchy drawing, one that it not too neat, one where the hand clearly has presence.
Revealing nature and the feminine united has bee a lifelong interest of Roslyn Fassett.Her watercolor and graphite collages poetry the spirit and radiance of the earth and sky joined with mystical images of women.
Phyllis Lehman explains that in her acrylic and crayon painting of nudes, as with her landscapes, she prefers to be in the immediate presence of the subject as it reveals an aliveness fresh with nuances and surprises.
Their July show, Life Forms, will be exhibited at the Amity Gallery, 110 Newport Bridge Rd. in Warwick, The gallery, in the the quiet hamlet of Amity, is open weekends from 1-4pm. A reception will be held July 6 from 5-7pm.
Life Forms – Weekends in July 1-4pm

String Trio of New York

 

String Trio of New York

 

Saturday, October 27, 2018
Time: 7:3
Contact: Pat Foxx- 845-258-0818

The String Trio of New York is an American jazz chamber ensemble. The group was founded in 1977 by bassist John Lindberg, violinist Billy Bang, and guitarist James Emery. Though they initially worked on improvisational playing and on their own compositions, they eventually began taking on commissions, as well as doing arrangements of other jazz musicians’ work. For over two decades, the Trio has been one of the most active touring ensembles of its kind and has performed hundreds of concerts throughout North America, Europe, East Asia, India, the Middle East, and North Africa. Their international jazz festival appearances include Berlin, Paris, Zurich, Vancouver, Toronto, Leipzig, Cracow worldwide, the Philadelphia Inquirer said that the Trio “…is solidly prepared, b, Victoria, Edmonton, Lovere, Tampere, Leverkusen, Warsaw and others. Hailed by critics ut offers the excitement of improvisation projected through unshakable musicianship.”

Featuring James Emery, Rob Thomas and Tony Marino

Suggested Donation: $15.00