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99 3rd Street
HUDSON, N.Y. 12533
201-920-3920

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   TERY
FUGATE -
WILCOX





    "IT'S TIME"
     JUNE 24  SEPT. 4

 

  1. ART ON THE STREET
  2. FEATURED ARTIST
    TERY FUGATE-WILCOX “IT’S TIME” Time and decay, mortal enemies of most artists, are Tery Fugate-Wilcox’s partners in creation. Subscribing to the natural-process post minimalist (Actual Art) philosophy, Tery’s pieces are literally abstract works in progress, employing weathering, rainfall evidence, oxidation or other impacts of nature to interact with and affect the artistic outcome.
  3. PAST ARTIST
    Ron Erickson Born December 28, 1961 Tokyo, Japan Lives and works in Bogota,NJ. I've drawn and painted and sculpted as long as I remember. Never did go to Art School. However I do not claim to be self taught. I have studied with various people over the years and have gotten much from them. It started with Dorothy Langseder of Palisades Park who taught me the value of preparation, though in her class I was never prepared. I was ten years old and oil paint was a sensual joyous experience. I knew nothing of art as work. My painting of Golgotha was my first pointedly expressionist endeavor. Wow! The fire that I felt was amazing.

Art on the Street, a revolving collective of multiple artists working in an array of media, was a pioneer in trendy Soho when it began in 1990. Born across the street from Leo Castelli and next to Mary Boone, Art on the Street was conceived as a program to bring fine art into the retail exhibition en vironment, and in so doing, give emerging artists the opportunity to be seen by the masses. In the last eighteen years, Art on the Street has showcased over three dozen painters, sculptors, and illustrators