Beacon Second Saturday

Gallery show openings on March 10

Judd Schiffman and Athena Witscher: Young Bonsai
1 – 8 p.m. Artifact Beacon
17 E. Main St., Beacon
artifactbeacon.com

Beacon High School Art Exhibit
2 – 4 p.m. The Lofts at Beacon Gallery
18 Front St., Beacon
845-202-7211  |  loftsatbeacon.com

Howling at the Edge of Chaos at 428 Main St. in Beacon will open a show of works by Amanda Gross, including this portrait of social activist Grace Lee Boggs.

Amanda Gross: Fearless Portraits of Women in History
5 – 8 p.m. Howling at the Edge of Chaos
428 Main St., Beacon
facebook.com/howlingattheedgeofchaos

A group show with art from 30 women artists inspired by the classic 19th-century feminist short story, The Yellow Wallpaper

Group Show: The Yellow Wallpaper Revisited
5 – 7 p.m. Howland Public Library
313 Main St., Beacon
845-831-1134  |  beaconlibrary.org

Virginia Donovan: Inner Sense
5 – 8 p.m. RiverWinds Gallery
172 Main St., Beacon
845-838-2880  |  riverwindsgallery.com

Paola Ochoa: What the Thunder Said
6 – 9 p.m. Matteawan Gallery
436 Main St., Beacon
845-440-7901  |  matteawan.com

Catherine Welshman, Andrea Moreau and Margot Kingon
6 – 9 p.m. Catalyst Gallery
137 Main St., Beacon
845-204-3844  |  catalystgallery.com

Beacon Open Studios and Artist Videos
6 – 9 p.m. Beacon Institute
199 Main St., Beacon
845-838-1600  |  beaconarts.org

A showing of works by Elana Goren opens at the Theo Ganz Gallery

Elana Goren: Prints and Ghosts
6 – 8 p.m. Theo Ganz Gallery
149 Main St., Beacon
917-318-2239  |  theoganzstudio.com

An exhibit of clay sculptures by George B. Davison opens at Hudson Beach Glass

George B. Davison: Walks of Life
6 – 9 p.m. Hudson Beach Glass
162 Main St., Beacon
845-440-0068  |  hudsonbeachglass.com

Member Show: The Doors of Perception
Robert George:
Sculpture
6 – 9 p.m. bau Gallery
506 Main St., Beacon
845-440-7584  |  baugallery.com

Kiss! Kiss! Kill (Sofubi, Sofvi & Kaiju Show)
6 – 9 p.m. Clutter Gallery
163 Main St., Beacon
212-255-2505  |  shop.cluttermagazine.com/gallery

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