Rhinebeck Art Gallery With Pat D’Antonio (Aired on July 29 2017 and July 30 2017)

New Nonprofit Art Gallery (Aired on July 29 and 30, 2017)

There’s a new destination in picturesque Rhinebeck, The Gallery @ Rhinebeck, a
nonprofit organization currently consisting 71 members who are visual artists of various types—mainly painter but also photographers, sculptors, and crafts.
Open for visitors since January 19, 2017, the Gallery @ Rhinebeck does not
charge a commission on sales as commercial galleries do; the artist members
pay fees to be exhibited but the gallery also needs tax-free donations from the
public to fulfill its mission.

 

 

Learn more:
The Gallery @ Rhinebeck
Hudson Valley Art Association
ArtEast Open Studio Tour

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