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Members’ Work Elsewhere-May and June

If you are at the Tompkins Trust Company Main Office in May, look for a few images by Sheryl Sinkow on their art walls.

Susan C. Larkin will have an exhibit of metal prints and cards during May and June at the Mockingbird Paperie, 142 The Commons, Ithaca. The prints are of plants—some black and white and some in color.There will be a reception on Friday, May 5 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm with music and food celebrating Cinco de Mayo. Susan’s photographs, “Cockroaches and Humans” and “Facing the Unexpected” are included in Made in NY 2017 at the Schweinfurth Art Center in Auburn, NY. The exhibition is on view through May 21.

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Diane Newton has a drawing,  January Afternoon/Thorndike Street,  in the Whistler House Museum of Art’s exhibit, “Lowell: A Homecoming” through April 24 at UMass Lowell.

Erin Deneuville will have a solo exhibition of portraits, nudes, and still life paintings and drawings at eye Gallery on the Ithaca Commons from May 5- 28th.

Margy Nelson has two pieces in “Beauty in What We See” at Cumming Nature Center through May 16 and three pieces in “Weeds:  Untamed Wonders” at Boyce Thompson Institute  through July.  

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Geographic Contrasts:  Extensive and Intimate

Patty Porter and Jay Hart will explore different perspectives of the earth’s surface in a show at the Triphammer Ithaca Bakery from April 1 through June. Jay is exhibiting metal prints that use geographic data to show broad sweeps of the earth. Patty’s oil paintings show an up-close, intimate interpretation of landscapes. Both focus on color, depth, and texture, bringing each artist’s unique sensibilities into play.

Marian Van Soest, member emeritus. reports  “About 27 pieces of mine are now hung around the Ulysses Philomathic Library   Anyone can browse during library hours, but there will be no reception and no special publicity (that I now know of). It’s rather a nice space — sunlit and interesting.  The show will be up through May.”

Diana Ozolins is showing a small retrospective of her larger landscape paintings at Breathe, located in Center Ithaca. The paintings are from local scenes, and travels to Oregon, Maine, and Ireland. The exhibit is April 26- May 30, and is open M-Th 10AM, F 10-6:30, Sat 10-7 and Sun 11-5. Come and browse clothing designed for beauty and comfort, surrounded by lovely landscape.

New gallery member Nancy Ridenour has organized a show of Photography Friends from TC3 which will be hung at Damiani Winery May 1-June 31.  A selection of her Florida Bird images will be included in the show. Nancy is also one of the artists selected for the Manhattan Arts International “HERStory 2017” online exhibition   Quite a diversity of art. Check it out here: http://manhattanarts.com/herstory-2017-art-exhibition/