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HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 2020
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for THURSDAY, JANUARY 30

Glass Art Exhibit

‘Catching Light’ Reception

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EXHIBIT RECEPTION – 5 – 7 p.m. Explore exhibit “Catching Light: 3 Glass Artists,” featuring works by Erik Halvorson, Fred Tschida and David Wilson who each use different tools to create lively works of glass and light. Includes artist talk 6, refreshments, live music by SUNY Oneonta Jazz ensemble. On show thru 3/20. Martin-Mullen Art Gallery, SUNY Oneonta. 607-436-2445 or visit suny.oneonta.edu/art-department/art-galleries

24 (Local) Artists Pack SUNY Gallery

24 (Local) Artists

Pack SUNY Gallery

The wall-size centerpiece at this evening's opening of "Independent Spirit," an exhibit of 24 local artists at SUNY Oneonta's Martin-Mullen Art Gallery was, top, was "A Story of Their Own," by Christine Heller, Cooperstown. Her goal, she explained, is to communicate that the many thousands of refugees are individual people: "You can't deny their humanity when you look at their faces." Below right, Zach Weinberg, Oneonta, gets acquainted with one of the decorative masks created by Ian Austin, Oneonta. At left, Charles Bremer, the Otego artist who organized the exhibit, explains how the Martin-Mullen's moveable walls allow him to present each of the artist's selections so they can be appreciated individually. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
The wall-size centerpiece at this evening’s opening of “Independent Spirit,” an exhibit of 24 local artists at SUNY Oneonta’s Martin-Mullen Art Gallery was, top, was “A Story of Their Own,” by Christine Heller, Cooperstown. Her goal, she explained, is to communicate that the many thousands of refugees are individual people: “You can’t deny their humanity when you look at their faces.” Below right, Zach Weinberg, Oneonta, gets acquainted with one of the decorative masks created by Ian Austin, Oneonta. At left, Charles Bremer, the Otego artist who organized the exhibit, explains how the Martin-Mullen’s moveable walls allow him to present each of the artist’s selections so they can be appreciated individually. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Martin-Mullen Gallery Hosts Reception For ‘Oneonta Collects Frank C. Eckmair’

Martin-Mullen Gallery Hosts Reception

For ‘Oneonta Collects Frank C. Eckmair’

Leigh Eckmair, Gilbertsville, wife of Frank Eckmair, whose renown etchings are in the Met,. the Smithsonian and other collections, was joined by SUNY Martin-Mullen Galler director Tim Sheesly, left, and Eckmair enthusiasts who loaned works to make the exhibit possible at this evening's opening reception.  Those lending etchings included, from left, are City Judge Richard McVinney and his wife, Irish; Molly Swain, and Kelley Eckmair, the late artist's daughter, and her husband, Gary Smith.  The exhibit, "Oneonta Collects Frank C. Eckmair," runs through Oct. 3.  A panel discussion of his opus is planned at 4 p.m. Oct. 2 at the gallery. (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)
Leigh Eckmair, center, Gilbertsville, wife of Frank Eckmair, whose renown etchings are in the Met. the Smithsonian and other collections, was joined by SUNY Martin-Mullen Gallery director Tim Sheesly, left, and Eckmair enthusiasts who loaned works to make the exhibit possible at this evening’s opening reception. Those lending etchings included, from left, City Judge Richard McVinney and his wife, Irish; Molly Swain, and Kelley Eckmair, the late artist’s daughter, and her husband, Gary Smith.  Snapping a photo in the foreground is Grace Ohls, Gilbertsville, a friend of Mrs. Eckmair.  The exhibit, “Oneonta Collects Frank C. Eckmair,” runs through Oct. 3. A panel discussion of his opus is planned at 4 p.m. Oct. 2 at the gallery. (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)
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