Lori Anderson Moseman and Robert Kelly
Saturday, April 21, 2012 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.
Lori Anderson Moseman founded Stockport Flats Press in the wake of Federal Disaster #1649, a flood along the Upper Delaware River. Anderson Moseman's poetry collections are All Steel (Flim Forum Press),Temporary Bunk (Swank Books), Persona (Swank Books), Cultivating Excess (The Eighth Mountain Press) and Walking the Dead (Heaven Bone Press). She's been a forester tech, a farm reporter and an educator.
Robert Kelly's first book, Armed Descent, was published in 1961. In addition to more than fifty books of poetry, he has written novels, a considerable number of short stories, and essays. He teaches in the Writing Program at Bard College, and lives in the Hudson Valley with his wife, the translator Charlotte Mandell.
In the Gallery:
Hot Off the Press: New Encaustic Printmaking will open on Saturday, April 7th and run through through Saturday, May 19th.
The title of this exhibition puts a new spin on an old term. With encaustic printmaking, there is no press, but there most definitely is heat. Images are created with pigmented wax melted on a hot metal plate, then lifted off of it onto paper. The process has become increasingly popular in recent years, and this show highlights a strong and visually rich grouping that will give viewers a sense of the many extraordinary works that are being printed with wax today. The participating artists, along with David A. Clark, are Diana Gonzalez Gandolfi, Jane Guthridge, Kathleen Lemoine, Alexandre Masino, George Mason and Paula Roland.