‘Transformed Dog’ painted by artist Andy Golub is now at auction on ebay. To place a bid, go to the ebay listing. As part of a public art project, The Great Painted Paw Brigade, Andy Golub of New York fame painted this fiberglass Boxer in his signature style. Mr. Golub typically paints on live female nudes … More Sculptures Support Rowing & Animal Care Center
Ken Karlewicz and the Riverside Arts Project Proudly Present “Back to the Streets.”
A collection of photographs by Ken and his students which capture the colorful life, texture and ever changing mood of Haverstraw Village’s downtown landscape. … More “Back to the Streets” Student Photography Exhibition Opens at Union Restaurant
The North Rockland Cash Mob started with a flash. Local resident Ellen Donovan contacted me via Facebook to get a local cash mob initiative launched and generating buzz. Well, the mob is buzzing. Now over 700 members in size, and growing by the hundreds each day, the North Rockland Cash Mob is becoming, well, unruly. … More Get Your Mob Gear Ready . . .
Come to the gallery opening of the Great Painted Paw Brigade, a public art project that is to begin on Friday March 2, 2012. … More A Quirky Art Opening at the Haverstraw Arts Alliance: March 2, 2012
Shades Repertory Theater, where Harps is the artistic Director, resides in the lower level of the Central Presbyterian Church on the corner of New Main Street and Hudson Avenue in the Village of Haverstraw, New York. With Tiffany stained glass windows and American Chestnut (now nearly extinct) ceilings, the church itself is a proud and substantial entity as you enter the village. … More A Bright Future for Local Theater
The Piermont Photography Meetup Group is presenting “ILLUMINATING IMAGES” this Saturday, February 11, at the Central Presbyterian Church (Haverstraw Youth Theater) with a wine and appetizer reception from 4:00pm-6:30pm. 64 New Main Street, Village of Haverstraw. On display are wonderful works by Wayne Bizzinger, Paul Brizzi, Ely Dennis, Peter Giraudin, Barb Levitt, Stefanie Livanos, Diedre Marangi, … More Illuminating Images at the Central Presbyterian Church
Artist Bill Batson takes on the ‘House by the Railroad‘ with his sketch of the famed house in Haverstraw (left) that inspired Edward Hopper to paint and Alfred Hitchcock to kill off his leading lady on-screen in “Psycho.” Read more about Batson’s take on Edward Hopper and the house that started it all. Batson discusses … More Bill Batson’s Take on the ‘House by the Railroad’