Elizabeth Bryant and Max Winter
Saturday, October 17, 2009 at 2pm
The Gallery at R&F Handmade Paints
84 Ten Broeck Avenue
Kingston, NY 12401
A $5 donation is suggested.
For directions please visit R&F’s website at: http://www.rfpaints.com/
Elizabeth Bryant is a writer living in Red Hook, NY. She edits Defeffable and co-curates the Bard Roving Reading series. Her most current publications include a chapbook, Fluorescence Buzz (Dusie, 2009), and a new full-length serial piece, (nevertheless enjoyment... (Quale Press, 2010). She has new writing in Wheelhouse, and upcoming in Coconut.
Max Winter's The Pictures was published by Tarpaulin Sky Press in 2007. He has also published poems in New American Writing, Denver Quarterly, Boston Review, Ploughshares, Boulevard, The Paris Review, and elsewhere. His reviews have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Newsday, Bookforum, The San Francisco Chronicle, and other publications. He has been a Poetry Editor of Fence Magazine since 2001.
In the Gallery at R&F:
Hendrik Dijk's show So Far, So Close, October 3rd - November 14th, 2009
Hendrik Dijk’s work is about energy. He is a colorist who will use form, find and create for the purpose of letting colors have a life of their own. Dijk thinks that colors are like humans; each one is unique and likes to have good neighbors. Therefore, even though his work is often chromatically pronounced, he always asks himself if each color harmonizes with neighboring colors. Born in Oostmahorn, Friesland, Netherlands, Hendrik Dijk moved to the USA in 1983. Since 1986, he has lived in Kingston, NY and teaches art at Kingston High School. He has made six murals for the City of Kingston in city parks. Dijk’s present creative efforts go mainly into painting and photography. He is a co-founder of the Arts Society of Kingston and the Kingston Biennial Sculpture Show.