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Black+White+Color: Linocuts by David Holt
March 1 - June 30

 
Black+White+Color contains 10 to 15 black and white linocuts that vary in subject matter but are mostly about the human condition. This show also includes an equal number of colorful paintings of the Gunks and Newburgh.           

David K. Holt is an author, print-maker and painter living in New Paltz, New York. After a career as an art teacher and professor of education, he published the book The Search for Aesthetic Meaning in the Visual Arts and created prints and paintings. His paintings, linocuts and silkscreens have been included in many national shows, and he has had numerous one person shows. David's work is in the collection of the Amity Art Foundation, Inc., the Woodstock Artist Association and many private collections.

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  • To help local artists increase their public exposure.

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