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Exhibition Committee

Members of the exhibition committee for The Farm Project 2014 include:

Elizabeth Barksdale, Jo-Ann Brody, Jodi Carlson, Sarah Haviland, Delores Jones, Jim Lloyd, Michael Anthony Natiello, Herman Roggeman, Marcy B. Freedman--Performance, Thom Joyce--Music

THE FARM PROJECT 2014
Collaborative Concepts at Saunders Farm
853 Old Albany Post Road, Garrison NY 10524

OPENING
Saturday, August 30, 2-6pm
(Rain Date: August 31, 2-6pm)
Performances
Yasgur 2:30 pm
Judith Tullock Band 3:15 pm
Bert Rehtschaffer Trio 4:00 pm
Leah Nikolaya/Siegel 4:45 pm

MID-RUN RECEPTION
Saturday, September 27, 2-6pm
(Rain Date: September 28, 2-6pm)
Art in the Highlands
Dance: Dance Entropy, directed by Valerie Green 2:00 pm
Theater: "Howl," Thomas Kramer and Mara Mills 3:00 pm
Opera: Career Bridges, directed by David S. Bender 4:00

CLOSE OF EXHIBITION
Sunday, October 26
...information about a seasonally appropriate closing will be posted.

Directions:
From north or south on Route 9, turn east on Travis Corner Road, opposite Garrison Golf Club, take to the end. There, turn left on Old Albany Post Road. Parking is approximately 1/2 mile down this road. Call 845-265-taxi from MetroNorth RR, Garrison Station.

The Farm Project Site Map 2014

map 9/3/14

This is the latest map as of 9/3/14

Collaborative Artists, 2014
(performance artists in orange)

Anna Adler -v
Elizabeth Barksdale -i
John Belardo -ii
Ben Birillo - i
John BonSignore -ii
Cindy Booth* -iii
Lorene Bouboushian (H) (E)
Kaia Gilje & Paige Fredlund

Jo-Ann Brody -v
Susan Buroker -ii
Jodi Carlson -i
John Carruthers & -iii
Storm King School **
Diana Carulli - iv
Steven Ceraso -iii
Ada Cruz -v
Augie DellaVecchia -iii
decomposer (E)
Robert Ladislas Derr (T)

Jeanne Egel* -iii
Andrea Elam (H)
Florencia Escudero -i
Carol Flaitz -iv
Denis Folz -iii
Marcy B. Freedman (E)
C. Robert Friedman -v
Barbara Galazzo - v
with Cobly Meagle
Ruth Hardinger -i
Sarah Haviland -iii
Barney Hodes -ii
Cathrin Hoskinson -ii
Eric Jacobson -i

Joseph Jaskolka -iii
Thom Joyce -iii
Team K-M (T)
Matt Keeney, Erin McNally

Kevin Laverty -iii
Lisa Levy (T)
David Link -i
Jim Lloyd -i
Brook Maher -v
Lynne Mayocole -iii
James Mulvaney -iv
Michael Natiello -iii
Jerome Harris Parmet -iii
Francine Perlman -v
David Provan -iii
Winn Rea -v
Sheilah Rechtschaffer - v
Karen Roff -v
Herman Roggeman -iii
Mario Rusich -iv
Peter Schlemowitz -iii
Fred Schlitzer -ii
Nathaniel Sullivan (H)
Hideki Takahashi -v
Naomi Teppich -i
Jim Thomson -iv
Alex Uribe - iii
Chuck von Schmidt -iii
Eva Whorley -iv
Ellen Wilkinson -ii
Max Yawney -iii


Anna Adler -v


Lost Landscape
Ceramic & Mixed Media
Variable size

 


Elizabeth Barksdale -I


Paint Tag
Plywood & PVC
25' x 25'

 


John Belardo –ii


Geo-Skull
Laser cut steel, wood
65” x 50” x 50”

 


Ben Birillo – I


Little Goat
Wood
6' x 6' x 4'

 


John BonSignore -ii


Tumbleweed Firma
Blue stone and steel
3’ x 4’ x 18”

 


Cindy Booth* -iii and Jeanne Egel* -iii


Cow Wash
Brushes/Brooms, Wood
5.5 x 20'

 


Jo-Ann Brody –v


Disparate Women
Cycladic Take, 59 x 16 x 12
Fossilcrete
Contemporary Take, 73" x 16" x 12"
Fossilcrete, clay

 


Susan Buroker -ii


Altered Earth, Synthetic nitrogen farming; the consequential machine
Metal and wood
6' (w) x 10' (h) x 4' (d)

 


Jodi Carlson –I


Life Is Too Short To Be Little
Media aluminum, steel
7' (w) x 6' (d) x 13' (h)

 


John Carruthers -iii & Storm King School


Plywood, paint
61" x 50"

 


Diana Carulli – iv


Attachment 3 (TO Attachment)
11’H with attachment3’s dimensions variable from 3-4’ (d) above and below Attachment’s "arms".
Almaloy and galvanized wires, some coated. Attachment is box steel with rust patina.

 


Steven Ceraso -iii


Wing Bench Form
Wood and Steel
2' x 14' x 1'

 


Ada Cruz –v


Seer
Clay and mixed media
24" x 12" x 8" (approximation)

 


Augie DellaVecchia –iii


Art for Arthur's Sake
Golf clubs, metal screen, paint
6' x 4'

 


Florencia Escudero –I


Jinja
Ropewood glitter, plastic
120" x 57”

 


Carol Flaitz –iv


Your Soul is not in Your Shoes
PVC piping, polymer clay, polymer resin
10'

 


Denis Folz –iii


The Last Piece of Wood
Steel and Wood
7' x 7' x 4'

 


C. Robert Friedman -v


CONVERSATIONS
Clay, natural wood fire glaze and commercial glazes
Dimensions variable

 


Barbara Galazzo - v with Cobly Meagle


Mixed media mosaics
3.5' (w) x approx 7' (h)

 


Ruth Hardinger –I


Continuous Draw 8 / Sequester and Boxing 4
concrete, cardboard, rope, landscape and weather
approx 35' (h) x 30' (w) x 40' (d)

 


Sarah Haviland -iii


Hirondelle
Reinforced Forton MG cement
51” x 48” x 48”

 


Barney Hodes -ii


YUKO YOSHIDA, approx 3' X 4' X 11/2'
CHERRY FU, approx. 3' X 3' X 11/2'’
NATALIA, Approx. 30" X 24" X 15
All three cement and steel

 


Cathrin Hoskinson –ii


To the Other Side of the Horizon Line/For Eric
Mirrored plexiglass and stainless steel
8" x 10"

 


Eric Jacobson –I


Waves
Brass and copper tubing, stainless steel cable, dye patina
84” (h) x 48” (w) x 81” (d)

 


Joseph Jaskolka –iii


Elemental
Black Granite, River Stone, New England Field Stone, Connecticut Micah, Steel, Fire, Water, and Wind.
8.5' x 6.5' x 6'

 


Thom Joyce –iii


Cow Catcher
Welded steel

 


Kevin Laverty –iii


"Untitled"
Wood and plastic
14' (h) with variable dimensions in all directions

 


David Link –I


Stargazer
Wood
6 x 3 x 1.5'

 


Jim Lloyd -I


Peaceable Kingdom
Welded steel
9' (h) by variable

 


Brook Maher -v


DRIP DRY
Mixed metal, rope, clothespins

 


Lynne Mayocole –iii


A Small Ghost for Eric
Mixed
7' (includes base)

 


James Mulvaney –iv


Untitled
Wood studs
140" x 48" x 69"

 


Michael Natiello –iii


Carousel Carcass
Mixed Media
Approx 8' (h) x 3' (w)

 


Jerome Harris Parmet -iii


PISCES DENIED
Welded Painted Steel
72" x 36” x 24”

 


Francine Perlman -v


There Once Was a Gazebo
Wood and paper
7' x 7' x 7'

 


David Provan -iii


The Fifth Noble Truth
PVC pipe on a steel
28’ (h)

 


Winn Rea –v


Displacement/Flow: Hudson Highlands, 2014
Found branches, chair, twine
20' (w) x 15' (h) x 12' (d)

 


Sheilah Rechtschaffer – v


Gaza
White plastic shrink wrap on a dead tree, bricks, cement, dirt, various discarded items
approx 14'

 


Karen Roff -v


The Grove
Recycled and new plywood, branches
22" x 33" x 72" approximately

 


Herman Roggeman –iii


N/A
N/A
N/A

 


Mario Rusich –iv


Passage
Bamboo and twine
4’ (w) x 10’ (h) x 12’ (l).

 


Peter Schlemowitz -iii


Loop The Loop
Painted Plywood
20’ x 21’ x 13’

 


Fred Schlitzer -ii


Old Man Flying a Kite
Steel
7-1/2' (h) x 4' (w)

 


Hideki Takahashi –v


Columns
Special acrylic on Denim canvas
10' x 9' (w) each

 


Naomi Teppich –I


Cactus Conundrum 2013
Steel rebar and steel mesh cement and cement enamel
66" x 46" (l), 31" (w)

 


Jim Thomson –iv


Honker Swan
Vinyl and plastic
5.8' x 5'

 


Alex Uribe – iii


Red Cap
Brick, clay tile, bamboo and stone

 


Chuck von Schmidt –iii


Wear R U Gong Les Cargo?
Steel
6’ (h) x 8’ (w) x 2.5’ (d)

 


Eva Whorley -iv


N/A
N/A
N/A

 


Ellen Wilkinson -ii


Two Related Objects, blue and orange
Painted Plywood
4.5" (h) x 6' 10" (w) x 18" (d)

 


Max Yawney -iii


Bus Stop/(spinning) Buffalo Wings
Paint on Wood with a potters wheel
12' (h), 8' (w), 12' (D)

 


 

 

Collaborative Concepts
College Program for Advanced Environmental Art was created in 2007 to provide qualified college
students the experience of creating and presenting art with professional artists of the annual Farm Project.
As an educational component the selected artists are mentored, from the process of conceiving
a proposal, through the installation of a final work of art. Besides technical assistance, each
student receives a stipend.

Previous recipients were Florencia Escudero, George Heintz, Victoria Duffee, Christine Dempsey,
and Mikyung Mikki Kim. These artists are encouraged to be part of our ongoing exhibitions.

 


THANKS TO OUR MAJOR CONTRIBUTORS:

Our Hosts: Alexander Saunders and Shelly Sams
ANNE ANASTASI CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
THE A.L.Y. GROUP OF N.Y. LTD.

LEE BALTER
EISENHOWER LEADERSHIP CENTER

HUDSON VALLEY CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ART
JONATHAN GALENTE AND MARY BETH MINTON
METCONIX

NEW YORK STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS,
DECENTRALIZATION PROGRAM

JOYCE PICONE, DIRECTOR, PUTNAM ARTS COUNCIL

THE PUTNAM ARTS COUNCIL, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE
DECENTRALIZATION PROGRAM AND
PUTNAM ARTS FUND GRANTS

PUTNAM COUNTY GOVERNMENT,
PUTNAM ARTS FUND PROGRAM

ALEXANDER AND SHELLEY SAUNDERS
ROBERT VAN WINKLE
MAX YAWNEY
STANLEY AND JUDITH ZABAR

Committee for the Farm Project 2014

Delores Jones
Elizabeth Barksdale
Jo-Ann Brody
Jodi Carlson
Sarah Haviland
Jim Lloyd
Michael Anthony Natiello
Herman Roggeman
Marcy B. Freedman--Performance
Thom Joyce--Music


With Special Thanks:

Jonathan Galente and Marybeth Minton
Joyce Picone of the Putnam Arts Council
Dr. Nicole Shea of the Eisenhower Leadership Center

Collaborative Concepts at Saunders Farm is made possible, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NY State Legislature. In Putnam County this grant program is managed and monitored by the Putnam Arts Council, Mahopac, NY. Additonal funding comes from the Putnam Arts Fund (PAF), which is supported with public funds from Putnam County. Thanks also to the Anastasi Foundation.

Collaborative Concepts
P O Box 76
Garrison NY
1.845.528.1797
www.collaborativeconcepts.org

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