Now at Marion's Gallery:
Hudson Heritage: Joseph Squillante Photographs
Works on display June 11- July 21, 2018
Opening Reception for the Artist: Saturday, June 16, 4-6 PM
The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public.
Marion’s Gallery pays tribute to the bounty of the Hudson River with its upcoming solo exhibit Hudson Heritage featuring the photographs of Joseph Squillante. This exhibit includes work from Mr. Squillante’s acclaimed 40-year career capturing the beauty and spirit of the river. The focus is on the farms, fishermen, orchards, and vineyards of the Hudson Valley, with a special homage to the life and legacy of Claude Potts, 94-year-old Tivoli farmer.
Among the images will be Claude on his 1950s tractor, fisherman Everett Nack pulling shad from the river, and at his smokehouse, cattle in the field, apple trees in blossom, a vineyard and villa, and a boy fishing off the remnants of the old Tivoli dock.