Second Saturday Art Events

Beacon galleries open new shows

At bau Gallery, David Link’s The Physical World opens in the main gallery with minimalist sculpture, while in the Beacon Room is Jennifer Graham’s Symmetry of Light, black-and-white photography shot with 35mm film in daylight. Clutter Gallery will host a solo show by Josh Mayhem and the annual cute-and-colorful group show, They Came from Planet Rainbow Sparkles. At Hudson Beach Glass, Joy Brown opens a solo show of bronze sculptures that coincides with a public installation of her work in New York City. The opening receptions are all from 6 to 9 p.m.

Red Walrus, by Tim Pitsiulak, on display at the Theo Ganz Gallery in Beacon starting Aug. 12 (Image provided)

At RiverWinds Gallery, a retrospective of Margaret Ryan’s painting includes realistic still-life work, abstractions and impressionism. The opening is from 5 to 8 p.m. At the Howland Library, the Beacon Thursday Painters, a group of seniors who meet at the Beacon Recreation Center, will unveil two collaborative pieces at a reception scheduled for 5 to 7 p.m. Finally, the Theo Ganz Gallery will be open from noon to 8 p.m. to introduce The Art of Cape Dorset, a selection of prints and sculpture. Highlights include works by the late Tim Pitsiulak such as Tattooed Whale, Swimming Bear and Red Walrus.

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