Small Works

Filed in Exhibitions, Past Exhibitions by on January 29, 2021
About the Juror

Karen Quinn
Senior Historian/Curator, Art, and Culture at the New York State Museum

“As an art historian my primary research has focused on American paintings, concentrating on nineteenth-century landscape artists and early twentieth-century modernists.  I am especially interested in painters’ working methods as well as the attraction of specific places to the artist, including locations throughout New York. Currently I am researching and building the collection of art related to New York State including decorative arts, paintings, works on paper, architecture, photography, popular culture, literature, and music, and interpreting them for the museum visitor. In addition, I am working with colleagues to develop interdisciplinary exhibitions, public programs, and publications that put works of art into their historical and cultural context.” – Karen Quinn

Small Works
Curated by Karen Quinn
April 9–May 23, 2021
Founders Gallery

The Woodstock Artists Association & Museum presents a group exhibition of small-scale visual work curated by Karen Quinn, the Senior Art Historian and Curator of Art and Culture at the New York State Museum. The exhibition, presented in the WAAM’s Founder’s Gallery, opens Friday, April 9th, and continues through May 23, 2021.

Dawn Bisio
Cynthia Carlaw
Marie Cole
Anne Crowley
Pat Frik
Chris Gould
Carole Kunstadt
Laura Martinez-Bianco
Edward Mills
Ron Moreno
Stewart Nachmias
Dion Ogust
Susan Phillips
Regina Quinn
Adelia Roberts
Bill Rybak
Thomas Sarrantonio
Roberta Sickler
Claudia Waruch
Dale Wolfield


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