Gallery Number Nine is very excited to announce that four of our Catskill Mountain area artists have created original art for the 26th Annual Delaware Valley Arts Alliance RIVERFEST live poster art auction!
Charles Hadley Blanchard’s original, handwoven fiber art features his classic style in warm earthtones of hand-dyed wool and silk accented with a border of deep golden fringe. (NOTE: actual colors of this Fiber art may be different than they appear in this image.)
Tamara D’Antoni’s painting celebrates one of the area’s favorite activities – fishing in the Delaware River! Tamara’s art features three vintage fishing lures: a 1913 “Little Wonder”, a 1906 “Slopenose” and a 1933 “Fishspotter”.
Debra Cortese followed her love of nature and chose “Turtle” as the symbol for Mother Earth for her poster art contribution. She’s written about the symbolism and significance of this her Turtle art which you can read HERE.
Turtle is an acrylic painting on paper.
You can see more of Debra’s art HERE.
Philip Jostrom created a painting of the “Great Blue Heron”,
an annual resident of the Big Eddy area of
the Delaware River in Narrowsburg, NY.
Philip’s oil painting is after a photo by
another Narrowsburg artist, Kelly Dean.
I’m betting there will be many, very happy art collectors in Narrowsburg after this fabulous art auction!