The opening of the Itsy Bitsy Biennale,  July 16 at 6pm.




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 Green Kill Announces Its Third Exhibition “ Itsy Bitsy Biennale” and “Dorothy Albertini Reads”

Green Kill at 229 Greenkill Avenue, at four corners were Ulster meets Kingston, New York proudly announces it’s third exhibition and first international  exhibition, “The Itsy Bitsy Biennale”. Works began arriving from local, regional and oversees artists in early June and are being added weekly up until the day of the opening, which is on Saturday July 16 from 6 to 8 pm. The Itsy Bitsy Biennale will close on August 30th.  Art lovers are welcome to visit Green Kill from 12 to 6 Wednesday through Sunday to follow the installation progress.

We live now with the opportunities of fast and inexpensive transportation and global web communications.  Green Kill, taking advantage of these advancements, has organized The Itsy Bitsy Biennale, an innovative exhibition.  The Itsy Bitsy  Biennale  is an international small works show of established artists,  up-and-coming artists, and unknown and student artists. The genres will range from abstract, to expressionistic, to traditional, and prices for works will start at 100 dollars .

The growing list of participating artists includes Bob Axelrod (USA, New York), Sergey Bespamyatnykh (Russia), Kate Brown (Canada), Jim Chatelain (USA, Ohio, Lives in New York), Allie Constant (USA, New York Owner of Artbar in Kingston), Amy Coté (USA, New York), Raquelle DeCicco (USA, New York), Matthew Dibble (USA, Ohio), Nancy Donskoj (USA, New York), Lisbeth Firmin (USA, Kentucky, Lives in New York), Ann Lee Fuller (USA, New York), David Fox  (From England, lives in  USA, New York), Lara Giordano (USA, New York), Brenda Goodman ( USA, Michigan), Robin S. Halpern (USA, New York), Willi Hoppe, aka Major Wilco ( Germany), Joyce Kubat (USA, New York), Judith Hoyt (USA, New York), Gerda Van Leeuwen (Netherlands, Lives in USA, New York), Margaret Leveson (USA, New York), Mal Levittoux (Italy), Gail Marcia (Mexico), Gary Mayer (USA, Michigan,Lives in New York), Rosemary Meza-DesPlas (USA, Texas), Richard Kirk Mills (USA, New York), Wayne W. Morris (USA, New York), Kurt Novak (USA, Michigan, Lives in New York), Brett De Palma (USA, Nashville, Lives in New York), Tristram Pinney (Canada), Thomas Rapin (USA, New York), Cheryl A. Rice (USA, New York), Hans Scheib (Germany), Victoria Scott (USA, New York), Gwendolyn Charlene Skaggs (USA, New York), Mick Sinclair (Australia), Lynne Stone (UK, Lives in New York), Michelle Tommasi (USA, New York), Richard Treater (USA, New York), Johannes Venenkamp (Germany), Corneel Verlaan (USA, New York), Marie Vickerilla (USA, New York), Zoppe Voskuhl (Germany), Carlo Vitale (USA, Michigan), Shelley Malec Vitale (USA, Michigan), Jonathan West (USA, Maryland), Frank Wildenhahn (Germany), Fionn Wilson (UK), Ellen Wong (USA, New York), and Brian Wood (USA, New York)

And on the same day as the opening of The Itsy Bitsy Biennale, Dorothy Albertini will read from her book Dorothy and Some Kittens at 3 pm. Dorothy will be selling and signing books after her reading. Writes Ann Lauterback, ”There is of course that other Kansas-Oz Dorothy who made a life of dreams, or her dreams into life until she woke up, and she also had a dog. This Dorothy also dreams but she doesn’t wake up and so some kittens, and some winged bugs, accost her and a witch guides her but it isn’t clear if she is a good witch or a bad witch. Dorothy and Some Kittens is a kind of psychic calendar, brilliantly terse and horribly lucid. And, like all true fiction, it invents the real: ‘It seems familiar, but Dorothy doesn’t let that make her suspicious.’ A marvelous, astute chronicle of intimate estrangement.”

Green Kill offers a unique cultural experience and are buying opportunity. Green Kill is located in the heart of the Hudson Valley in New York, a land of  second homes for New York City residents, with a range of tourist destinations. It’s also home for many artists and musicians.  Easy to reach by all the main roads along the Hudson River  from New York City,  Green Kill is on Route 32, at the crossroads of Bard College, State University of New York at New Paltz, Mount Saint Mary College, Ulster County Community College, and Vassar College.

Itsy Bitsy follows the the inaugural show Rebel, Rebel which opened on March 18, 2016, and the Kingston High School Senior Seminar Thesis Show which opened on June 4, 2016.

Green Kill’s special guest is Allie Constant artist and owner of the Artbar in Kingston, another of the unique Hudson Valley art galleries for art exhibitions, corporate events, parties, meetings and other gatherings, offering cold beer and fine wines.

Green Kill is dedicated to new ways of bringing the public together with artists performers and educators and to create new economic and collaborative opportunities. Gwendolyn Brooks, an African-American poet and teacher and a winner of the Pulitzer Prize for her book of poetry  Annie Allen said, “We are each other’s harvest; we are each other’s business; we are each other’s magnitude and bond.”  That sums up well the community objectives of Green Kill.

As mentioned above,Green Kill will be open Wednesday through Sunday from 3 PM to 9PM, and for special events, closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

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Green Kill, 229 Green Kill Avenue, Kingston, at the border of Ulster, NY, 10401br