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Visit our Tiny Roost: Art on the Outside gallery installed at the library's entrance. Learn more, here.

 

These awards are made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson.

Previous Exhibitions

Annie O'Neill stands next to her Tiny Roost exhibit of artwork called The Seeing I
"The Seeing I" by Annie O’Neill

Annie said “When I wander along the sea’s shore or river’s bank I am in awe of the treasures swept up and shaped by currents and rifts, waves, water and churn. I am possessed by the possibilities of transforming these wonders from my seeing eye into totems for you to see.”

Annie is a sculptor and ceramic artist. Visit Annie’s studio during Gardiner’s Open Studio Tour on May 6th and 7th. The Tiny Roost is an outdoor art gallery  with solar lights that allow people to visit any time of day.

"The 4th World" by Nataly and Tyson Goldfisch

This work visually expresses what our world might look to anthropologists centuries in the future. In the year 2022, a time period already plagued by racial violence, hate crimes, massive social and economic inequities, World War III is threatening its sinister visage. We ask how could this happen and perhaps what has been lost that can be found again.

 

Nataly is an Associate Professor at SUNY New Paltz. Her area of research focuses on the intersectionality between philosophy of mathematics education, aesthetics, and deep ecology. Tyson has performed and shown his work in several states over the last two decades. His preference for exhibitions are outside the traditional art world, consisting of popup art displays, street performances, and improvisational creative outbursts/situations.

“FLOW:Racism:NO” by Dawn Bisio

A meditation of the dichotomous emotions about race and what it would look like if, instead of racial divide, we were open, accepting, and in the “flow”. An architectural representation imagined through hundreds of strands of beads. Please walk around and view this piece from several different angles, imagine how it would move with a breeze, and see what comes to mind.

 

Dawn Bisio is a Korean American painter and installation artist based in Kingston, NY.  She loves abstracts, still lifes, printmaking, encaustics, and large-scale installation art, and she very much hopes you will come and experience her Roost Studios commissioned piece, Flow, in front of the Gardiner Library as part of the Tiny Roost: Art on the Outside Gallery series.

Tiny Roost

Tiny Roost is a new way to display and see art in our community, to be featured in various locations in our area, beginning at the Gardiner Library!
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The Four Disagreements
by Tyson and Nataly Goldfisch

Outdoor gallery is accessible 24/7

 

Nataly is an Associate Professor at SUNY New Paltz.

Her area of research focuses on the intersectionality between philosophy of mathematics education, aesthetics & deep ecology.

 

Tyson as performed & shown his work in several states over the last two decades. His preference for exhibitions are outside the traditional art world, consisting of popup art displays, street performances, & improvisational creative outbursts/situations. Key themes in his work include joy, transformation of sickness into health, deterioration, disparity, alienation, rust, industry, roots, altered states of consciousness & post-rapture spiritual economy. Roost Studios and Art Gallery

What is Tiny Roost?

Roost Studios has created a fresh way to show, see, experience and interact with art outside the traditional gallery or museum model.

We worked with Ryan Solomons, A 3-D fabrication design artist to make our vision a reality. The first Tiny Roost; Art on the Outside gallery was installed at the entrance to the Gardiner Library at 133 Farmers Turnpike in May of 2022.

 

It is a 24"x 36" moveable clear art gallery box that sits on a 36" high steel and wood base. It is weatherproof, powered by solar energy, and has both permanent and changeable signage, lighting and audio capability. It will house rotating exhibitions by various artists focusing on a variety of relevant themes. We are so excited to bring art outside for everyone to enjoy!

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