‘Framing the Landscape’ Exhibit Through Oct. 7

Show Features the Work of Gregory T. Davis, Chip Forelli & Kit Sailer

LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY – Catskill Art Society presents “Framing the Landscape,” a three-person exhibition featuring photographs from Gregory T. Davis and Chip Forelli and oil paintings by Kit Sailer at the CAS Arts Center, 48 Main Street. The exhibit runs through Oct. 7.

Gregory T. Davis lives and works as an artist in Kentucky. Davis will show a collection of color photographs in “Framing the Landscape” that are an examination of the dichotomy of vision within one space, separated by a single lens. He is a professor of photography at the University of Kentucky. Chip Forelli is an award-winning assignment and fine-art location photographer who specializes in black and white landscapes. Forelli describes his creative quest as “… the discovery of visual gifts – those precious instances of unrevealed beauty that we unknowingly encounter every day.” He lives in Damascus, PA. Kit Sailer will present oil paintings of sites in northwest Sullivan County where she has a second home in Callicoon. Sailer also lives in Jersey City, NJ, where she teaches painting and drawing to adults at the Visual Art Center of New Jersey and to K-12 teachers at the Artist/Teacher Institute.

CAS Gallery hours for this exhibition are Thursday – Saturday and Monday 11 am – 6pm, and Sunday 11am – 3pm.  The CAS Arts Center is wheelchair accessible and open to the public. There is no cost to attend the following events and all are welcome

About Catskill Art Society: Catskill Art Society is currently celebrating its 40th anniversary as a non-profit cultivating public interest, participation, and enjoyment of the arts. Through its multi-arts center, CAS explores contemporary art practices and facilitates creative and professional development for established and emerging artists. Located in Livingston Manor, NY, the expanded 4,500+ square foot facility includes a designated fine arts gallery, a large multi-purpose space, a pottery studio, a painting studio, and a digital arts lab. For more information, please visit www.catskillartsociety.org