Stephen L. Crohn Gallery Exhibit:
Mandolyn Wilson Rosen
January – February 2022
Show: Heavy Rotation
“In the first months of the pandemic, I began making small, orderly drawings and collages at home to calm myself and to keep making work in the disconnected pockets of time between teaching and raising two kids… The works in this series are meditations on maternal responsibility, memory and aging, but they’re also about repetitive visual pattern as a receptacle for personal meaning and psychic release.”
You can see more of Madolyn’s work at mandolynwilsonrosen.com and on Instagram @mandolyn_rosen.
In this photo, Saugerties artist Brian Lynch is seen installing a mural [5 x 21 feet] made specifically for our ground floor hallway between the Children’s Section and the Saugerties Public Library Art Gallery. It was created in connection with his show: Images from Everyday Life. The mural is collaged from various Lynch works. You can see many scenes and people depicted in Lynch’s unique style—a style that generates empathy for the human condition. This unique work is the first site-specific work done for the Library.
© Steve Crohn
|November – December 2021||Kate Masters|
|January – February 2022||Mandolyn Wilson Rosen|
|March – April 2022||TBA|
|May – June 2022||Barbara Bash|