Gallery 66 NY Features Taking Precedence and Thinking Small

The "Taking Precedence" exhibit includes works by artist Lisa Zukowski. (Photo courtesy of Gallery 66 NY)
The ”Taking Precedence” exhibit includes works by artist Lisa Zukowski. (Photo courtesy of Gallery 66 NY)

Visitors are invited to Gallery 66 NY for a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. on Dec. 6, featuring live music and refreshments, shopping, and an opportunity to meet featured artists.

December’s Exhibit in Gallery A is Taking Precedence, featuring artists Rick Thurston and Lisa Zukowski. These artists revisit and reflect on images over the passage of time through their travels on land and sea. A devoted lifelong sailor, Thurston has expressed his love of the sea through his mesmerizing oils.

Painter, sculptor and multi-media fabricator Zukowski sees patterns everywhere in the world around her – and she draws her inspiration from them. Featured in Galleries B and C is Thinking Small, an exhibition of art pieces created for the holiday season.

Taking Precedence and Thinking Small will be on view from Dec. 6 through Dec. 29, at 66 Main St., Cold Spring. Call 845-809-5838, or visit gallery66ny.com.

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