Past Exhibits

AUTUMN 2014 at the LODGE
Sep 17 - Dec 10, 2014

Stephen Geldman and Jane Bradley Cameron are featured in our autumn show at the Lodge at Woodloch. The experience of this exhibit should be like a promenade through the woods amidst Geldman's tree and river paintings and Cameron's transformation of gathered natural objects from woodland habitats.    View Details

Jun 18 - Sep 16, 2014

Mark Milroy and Anne Crowley are the featured artists for this lush summer show. Milroy's colorful portraits reminiscent of Alice Neel or Lucien Freud, are mindful yet humorous studies of his sitters. Commissions are available. His flowers and landscapes are spare yet telling, calling us to pay attention. Crowley's delightful paintings, both of rural hudson Valley landscapes and NY cityscapes, are thick brushworks of color and form that foster contemplation.    View Details

Mar 20 - Jun 18, 2014

Spring ushers in flowers and splashes of color. This exhibit features Janine Dunn Wade's bouquets of painterly flowers in oil and Patricia Wilder's chromira print photographs, both artists' work are celebrations of color and texture.    View Details

Dec 12 - Mar 19, 2014

Celebrating our 34th exhibit at the Lodge at Woodloch in Hawley Pennsylvania, we are featuring two artists, Laura McManus and Chris Magadini. Laura McManus lives in the woods on a lake in Pennsylvania and part of the year in the Caribbean. Her work pulses with energy as color and lines resound with the jazz she listens to, her paintbrush responding to the music and her environment. Observing her work at the Lodge is like listening to a physical manifestation of the chakra bowls or experiencing the revitalization of chanting, the elements of her work reverberating and humming with quantum movement. The plein air painter Chris Magadini lives in Croton New York, near the Hudson River and spends his summers in the Adirondacks. A stated goal of the artist is: “capturing the illusion of space and form while retaining a beautiful and interesting surface.” His work is an impression frozen in time. This is the kind of experience the Lodge hopes for all its guests – to be drawn into the moment, captured by something delightful and serene.    View Details

Autumn 2013 at the LODGE
Sep 20 - Dec 11, 2013

Claudia Mengel from Westport Connecticut and Kay King from Bucks Country Pennsylvania, are our two featured painters for our autumn 2013 exhibit at the Lodge at Woodloch. Claudia's abstract expressionist work, a celebration of color and form, is inspired an influenced by nature and the human figure. Kay King often paints outside, rendering delightful landscapes full of light and color. There are also some of her still life compositions in the show, flowers bursting with energy.    View Details

SUMMER 2013 The Lodge at Woodloch
Jun 16 - Sep 19, 2013

Jan Tyneic and Stephen Geldman are two local artists connected to the same place and river. They reside in Hawley,not far from the Lodge. Jan lives part of the year in Bali, a place which inspires his stunning photographs. This show features Jan's Bonsai series, complex, gnarled trees that draw the observer into many-layered dimensions. On the opposite wall, Stephen Geldman's paintings scintillate with the light and color of the landscape surrounding the Lackawaxen river which passes by his home. Stephen also lives and works in New York City.    View Details

SPRING 2013 at the LODGE
Mar 13 - Jun 12, 2013

The Spring 2013 at the Lodge features two artists from New York City, Batya Wise and Jennifer Blaikie. They both use a unique combination of colors and perspectives to create original still lives and landscapes. Batya's work is personal, her feathery brushstrokes create a lightness of being with whatever subject: Her villages, cities, flowers and people all seem suspended in a fanciful world. Jennifer's work zooms in, up close, focusing on detail of shape, color, and depth of field, portraying exotic flowers that envelope us.    View Details

Dec 11 - Mar 11, 2013

This exhibit features two artists: Sunghee Park from upstate New York, a master printmaker, whose elegant, multi-layered work here focuses on two series, one of pear trees and the other rasberry brambles. Also featured is Marty Carey, a painter from Woodstock, New York, whose woodland scenes are full of enchanted, snow laden trees and colorful birches.    View Details

Sep 17 - Dec 10, 2012

For our Fall exhibit we are, like the weather, extending the feel of summer with our mixed media artist, Eugene Healy, whose abstract built canvases are reminiscent of beaches and water horizons. Mary Manning, returning to the Lodge, is sharing her whimsical, colorful monoprints from her 'In Flight Series.'    View Details

SUMMER at the LODGE at Woodloch
Jun 24 - Sep 16, 2012

Our summer exhibit features two artists: Jessica Miller, an acclaimed, vibrant painter and portrait artist who lives in and is inspired by the Hudson Valley. And Mark MacKinnon, also resident of the Hudson Valley, a celebrated photographer whose energetic, sweeping and tranquil images are available in multiple sizes.    View Details

SPRING 2012 at the LODGE
Mar 03 - Jun 24, 2012

Our Spring exhibit features the Connecticut artist Claudia Mengel, including prints and paintings of her exuberant abstract work. The sublime photographer Pam Connelly, from Westchester, New York, is also showing her atmospheric black and white images.    View Details

Winter at the Lodge at Woodloch 2011-2012
Dec 05 - Mar 11, 2012

Our Lodge exhibit features two artists: This winter we are showing the work of Sara Colby, sublime Canadian artist whose bucolic landscape paintings capture the charm of winter and other seasons -- and the wonderful mixed media work of New York artist Renee Ehrlich Kalfus, whose collages and paintings, such as her Jamaica series, transport us to warmer places, with vivacious colors and shapes.    View Details

Autumn 2011 the Lodge at Woodloch
Sep 25 - Dec 04, 2011

Autumn exhibit at the Lodge features two artists, collage artist Leonard Stokes from Pleasantville, New York and landscape painter Kay King from Bucks County Pennsylvania.    View Details

The Lodge at Woodloch, Summer 2011
Jun 28 - Sep 19, 2011

This exhibit features two artists: Ellen Hopkins Fountain, a master watercolorist from Ardsley, New York and Mary Manning, a master printer and painter from Westport, Connecticut. Both artists started out in graphic design for theater and television. Their personal work has evolved with great expressions of color, light and form. Hopkins Fountain is inspired by the Hudson River and her surroundings, which she portrays with both great clarity and muted, moody suggestion. Mary Manning's monotypes are colorful, free floating forms, suggesting marine and plant life.    View Details

Thomas Locker's Hudson Valley Landscapes
May 22 - Sep 06, 2011

Ward Pound Ridge Reservation Gallery in Cross River. K+C collaborating with Gallery in the Park Program, presenting 37 of Thomas Locker's landscapes beautifully hung in the big white house. The Gallery in the Park is located in Cross River, off of Rte. 35.    View Details

The Lodge at Woodloch Spring 2011
Mar 06 - Jun 24, 2011

This Spring exhibit at the Lodge features artists from the Woodstock, New York area. Cristeen Gamet is a lush, painterly plein air painter of landscapes. Master printmaker and painter Anne Crowley paints a kind of fantasy of the wondrous world outside her door, of birds and bees and deer.    View Details

Thomas Locker's Weekend Art StudioTour & Kaaterskills Falls Hike
Jul 25 - Jul 26, 2008

Continuing the conversation with Thomas Locker after the April 2nd, 2008 lecture at the Princeton Club with Kevin Avery from the Metropolitan Museum on the Hudson River School and Thomas Locker speaking on his latest book, Journey to the Mountaintop(for information/interest contact Camilla at 914 844 6296) Kiesendahl+Calhoun Fine Art, Ltd. invites you to "the mountaintop" for a Weekend Open Studio Art Tour at the home of Thomas Locker in the Catskills. JULY 26th & 27th - 10am - 3pm and if so desired....a rigorous 3 hour guided HIKE SUNDAY July 27th 12:30 to Kaaterskills Falls -- led by Appalachian Mountain Club hike leader and Conservation Chairman, Skip Doyle. Meet at Locker's home at 12:30, then caravan to the falls, 15 minutes away.(See directions to Locker's below) The Falls are one mile in from the road accessible by a rocky path. Bring beverage and snacks and a camera for a mini-picnic. The free hike requires reservations by July 18th. Contact Skip Doyle at conservation@amc-ny.org All Locker works on view are available, as are commissions. DIRECTIONS TO LOCKER'S HOME/STUDIO: 2045 County Rte 23C, East Jewett, NY 12424 From the New York Thruway/ 87, exit 20 Saugerties, take 212/NY 32 for aprox. 6 miles then onto 32A aprox. 2 miles, slight left onto 23A towards Tannersville. At Tannersville stoplight take right onto Hill Street, which becomes 23A - bear left at Stone Church, left at boys scout camp. 5 miles take a right onto Scribner Hollow Road. Locker's is the grey house with the red door. Park in the driveway and enter lower level. Call 518 589 9232 with any questions about directions.    View Details

Journey in Form: Luminous Ceramics of Paolo Staccioli at the Italian Cultural Institute, NYC
Jun 03 - Jun 29, 2008

Florentine sculptor/ceramicist Paolo Staccioli's New York debut exhibit featuring his ceramic work -- at the Italian Cultural Institute, 686 Park Avenue, NYC, June 4th through June 30th    View Details

Rites of Spring, Season Opening -- LongHouse Reserve
Apr 25 - Oct 10, 2008

As part of our introduction of the Florentine sculptor/ceramicist Paolo Staccioli, two of the artist's 6.5 feet Warrior Bronzes (which were last exhibited at the archeological museum of Fiesole in 2007), are to be included in the new season at LongHouse Reserve, the extraordinary sculpture garden located at 133 Hands Creek Road in East Hampton,Long Island, NY 11937. Both bronzes will be on loan for two years. LongHouse Reserve's season runs from April 26th through October 11th. Their mission is to "exemplify living with art in all forms.Through its gallery, arboretum, sculpture gardens, and educational programs, LongHouse brings together art and nature, aesthetics and spirit, with a strong conviction that the arts are central to living wholly and creatively...."    View Details

The Lodge at Woodloch Winter to Spring
Feb 22 - May 16, 2008

Two landscape artists, Sara Colby from Montreal, Canada and Ruth Wetzel from Stone Ridge, New York are featured in the halls of The Lodge at Woodloch, an award winning destination spa in Hawley, Pennsylvania,February 23rd through May 15. Visit www.thelodgeatwoodloch.com    View Details

HOME is where the ART is
Nov 01 - Dec 01, 2007

11 Unique Artists from New York, Connecticut, Vermont, Canada, Israel and Paris, France. Mariella Bisson, Connie Brown, Sara Colby, Ellen Hopkins-Fountain,Meg Lindsay,Thomas Locker,Liz Nelson, Miriam Mehadipur, Maureen Mullarkey, Lindy Foss Quillet and Casey Schwarz. Paintings, collages,sculpture and ceramics on view at the home of Nancy Kiesendahl Bloch, 122 Great Oak Lane, Pleasantville, NY 10570. November 2 - December 2nd. Artists opening Friday Nov. 2, 6-8. DIRECTIONS to HOME is where the ART is: (Home of Nancy K. Bloch) From the Saw Mill Parkway heading North take EXIT 30(Grant Street) immediately after Pleasantville Rd.exit. Turn right onto Grant Street, at the traffic light turn left onto Manville Road. Continue on Manville Road and at the second traffic light take a left (at the clock across from Jacob Burns Film Center) onto Washington Avenue. Proceed on Washington Avenue and turn right at the second street, Virginia Place. At the top of the hill turn left onto Great Oak Lane and 122 is the 3rd house on your left. #122 is over the front door. From the Saw Mill Parkway heading South take the Manville Road exit(1st exit after the light at Grant Street). Bear right at the end of the exit ramp onto Manville Road. Proceed through 3 lights and then make a left turn at the 4th light onto Washington Avenue (where the clock is). Follow the remaining directions from above. Questions call: Nancy 914 741 2573 or 914 844 6296 Camilla    View Details

STRIKING ACCORD: James Britton and Kate McGloughlin
Apr 13 - May 27, 2007

Kiesendahl+Calhoun's unprecedented show combining two painters, James Britton (1878 - 1939) and Kate McGloughlin (1962 - ) born in two different centuries with strikingly similar sensibilities. This unique show will consist primarily of small oil landscapes and some examples of both artist's woodcuts. James Britton was active in the early 1900s in Connecticut, Long Island and in New York City, where he showed annually with the likes of Maurice Prendergast, John Sloan, Glackens and George Luks. Kate McGloughlin has had two solo shows with K+C as well as participated in numerous group shows. "Striking Accord" will be held at the Second floor gallery of Hudson Beach Glass, 162 Main Street in Beacon. DIRECTIONS: Driving: From NYC Take upper level George Washington Bridge, New Jersey bound. Take first right onto Palisades Parkway north. Travel approx. 35 miles to Bear Mt. Bridge Rotary. Take Rte 6 East/202 across Bear Mountain Bridge. Exit left onto Rte 9 D north. Continue approx. 16 miles to Beacon, just north of Cold Spring. At intersection of 9D and Main Street, turn right onto Main. Hudson Beach Glass is at 162 Main Street, on the left, (formerly a fire station.) For more information, see our press release or call us 914 844 6296 or 914 325 5496.    View Details

THOMAS LOCKER: Nature's Lessons
Nov 09 - Nov 30, 2006

Kiesendahl+Calhoun is pleased to announce our second solo show with the master painter and children's book illustrator, Thomas Locker. Showing in one of our alternative spaces - in the home of Nancy Kiesendahl Bloch, 122 Great Oak Lane, Pleasantville, NY 10570 with artist reception 5-8 Friday November 10th. (Directions below) On view: Recent Landscapes of the Hudson new to Locker - including views from Westchester's Rockwood Park in Sleepy Hollow. Also including a selection of Still Life. All welcome. Also open Saturdays and Sundays of November 11, 12, 18 and 19 noon to five. All other times by appointment only until December 1st. 914 332 4842 or 914 238 2573. DIRECTIONS to NATURE's LESSONS: From the Saw Mill Parkway heading North take Grant Street exit. Bear right onto Grant Street, at the traffic light turn left onto Manville Road. Continue on Manville Road and at the second traffic light take a left onto Washington Avenue. Proceed on Washington Avenue and turn right at the second street, Virginia Place. At the top of the hill turn left onto Great Oak Lane and 122 is the 3rd house on your left. #122 is over the front door....it is a stone house with white cedar shingles. From the Saw Mill Parkway heading South take the Manville Road exit(1st exit after the light at Grant Street). Bear right at the end of the exit ramp onto Manville Road. Proceed through 3 lights and then make a left turn at the 4th light onto Washington Avenue. Follow the remaining directions from above. Kiesendahl & Calhoun Contemporary Art www.kandcgallery.com 914 741 5938 Nancy or 914 844 6296 Camilla    View Details

Jun 21 - Oct 21, 2005

Ongoing seasonal exhibits organized and curated by Kiesendahl+Calhoun, in Pennsylvania Destination Spa: The Lodge at Woodloch, which opened in June 2006 in Hawley Pa. K+C has chosen artists and hung our first show for their opening summer '06, First show in June '06 with Ardsley resident Ellen Hopkins Fountain's stunning watercolors and local Pennsylvania painter James McGinley's stunning oils. Autumn exhibit beginning October 23 is CHRIS MAGADINI's plein air oil paintings including local landscapes around the Spa. Magadini will share the ample gallery space with SUNGHEE PARK, a provocative artist from upstate New York whose prints are textured and mysterious while being about every day occurances.    View Details

ELEVEN at 122
Jun 08 - Jun 17, 2006

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A Group show
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Mar 02 - Apr 01, 2006

"Home" and exhibit by Kate McGloughlin of oil paintings and works on paper. In Kate McGloughlin    View Details

Corso de Palenzuela
Jan 15 - Feb 25, 2006

Corso de Palenzuela returns to Kiesendahl+Calhoun with his outsider dreamworld art: wonderful painted visions of his childhood in Cuba. Corso is presently showing his Sangre Azul (Blueblood) in the premier Outsider art museum in Baltimore, the Visionary Art Museum for their show on Race, Class & Culture, courtesy of Kiesendahl+Calhoun.    View Details

Nov 30 - Jan 14, 2006

Four artists: paintings and drawings by mother and daughter Eva Van Rijn and Maia Chavez with visions from the Grand Canyon and the SouthWest. Potter and painter, mother and daughter-in-law Harriet Ross and Rita Jackevicius Ross will be showing sculptural pottery and local landscapes.    View Details

"rouge" by lindy foss quillet
Oct 21 - Nov 27, 2005

lindy foss quillet, abstract colorist, returns to Kiesendahl+Calhoun with her vibrant new work.    View Details

"THE MIND'S EYE" Leonard Stokes and Laura Von Rosk
Sep 16 - Oct 16, 2005

LEONARD STOKES surreal collages and digital montages coupled with LAURA VON ROSK'S sensual landscapes.    View Details

"ENTER HERE" by Enrico Giordano
Aug 05 - Sep 11, 2005

Abstract, mixed media work based on autobiographical images with "mythic, spiritual and anthropological references".    View Details

Jun 24 - Jul 31, 2005

Simo Neri's sequential photographic images, sections of bark or plants or fruits or other objects, are juxtaposed in long strips to make wonderful, intriguing patterns that will be displayed throughout the gallery, hung from the ceiling and walls.    View Details

May 20 - Jun 19, 2005

Thirty five magnificent oil paintings by renowned artist and author, Thomas Locker, whose paintings are reminiscent of the Hudson River School. A few small still lifes will also be available. Concurrent exhibit of his work for his children's book HUDSON: Story of a River (later on permanent display at the Thomas Cole house) will be at Rivers & Estuaries Center across the street. Opening weekend any painting purchased, 10% of sales will benefit the Rivers & Estuaries Center.    View Details

Apr 15 - May 15, 2005

Still Life Paintings by Robin Price - Robin Price    View Details

Mar 11 - Apr 12, 2005

Outsider artist Corso de Palenzuela brings a retrospective of his work that relate stories and visions inspired by Cuba.    View Details

"Running Water" by Kate McGloughlin
Nov 19 - Jan 29, 2005

Paintings, prints and works on paper inspired by the waterfalls and landscape of Platte Clove in the Catskills where Kate had an Artist-in-Residence.    View Details

Eugene Healy "The Abstract Language of Landscape"
Oct 15 - Nov 16, 2004

Mixed Media collage series.    View Details

From Sculptures to Drawings by Miles Slater
Sep 17 - Oct 10, 2004

The family series: Bardilio marble Sculpture from the Apuana mountains, alabaster figures and Peter Paul Rubens anatomical studies executed in bronze and others. Drawings: Morphing to the Vanishing Point.    View Details

Descendants of Sarah
Jul 30 - Sep 14, 2004

Paintings and Photography by Renee Ehrlich Kalfus, Rosy J. Kalfus and Jane Ehrlich    View Details

Jun 04 - Jul 27, 2004

Paintings by Lindy Foss-Quillet    View Details

Sneak Preview
Apr 30 - Jun 01, 2004

Kiesendahl+Calhoun Contemporary Art opened its doors May 1, 2004 with a sneak preview of some of the artists that our gallery will be showing within the coming year. The artists are local, regional and international. The works represented are the colorful watercolors of Frances Rhea Basch; Jane Ehrlich's peaceful oil pond scenes on wood; Anthony Florio's striking black, white and red oil portraits; Gene Healy's monochromatic seascape collages; the colorful, provocative oil portraits and goache landscapes by Renee Ehrlich Kalfus; arresting portraits on copper plates by Rosy Kalfus; Jack Maiorino's detailed pen and ink post-its; Ana Marton's impressionistic photo images; Kate McGloughlin's mossy Catskill Mountain landscapes and Falls; the vibrant, decorative oil still life of Robin Price; the exuberant colorist acrylic and ceramic plate by Lindy Foss Quillet; an ash console table with mahogany inlay by Matthew Shean; marble, bronze and alabaster sculpture, acrylic paintings and pen and ink by Miles Slater.    View Details