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A16 exhibitions

Horace Greeley House - New Castle Historical Society • New Castle Beginnings - Our Founding Farms. Purchased from the Native American tribes, large tracts of land became the first farms. Through 1/15/2014, Tue-Thu & Sat: 1-4pm.

• Downton Chappy - Costumes of the Downton Abbey Era. Dresses and costumes from the Historical Society’s extensive collection. Through 1/15/2014, Tue-Wed & Sat: 1-4pm.

Hudson River Museum • Industrial Sublime: Modernism and the Transformation of New York’s Rivers 1900 - 1940. Modern paintings from Robert Henri to Georgia O’Keeffe. Through 1/17/14, Wed-Sun: 12-5pm.

• Decorated Glenview. See Glenview decked for the holidays in Victorian splendor. At Hudson River Museum. Through 1/5/2014, Wed-Sun: 12-5pm.

Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art • Art at the Core: The Intersection of Visual Art and Performance. Artworks that suggest narratives, and translations of the works into live performances. Through 7/27/14, Fri: 11-5pm, Sat-Sun: 12-6pm.

Katonah Museum of Art • Eye to I ... 3,000 Years of Portraits. Portraiture that explores the countless ways indi- viduals experience imagery. Through 2/16/14, Tues-Sat: 10am-5pm, Sun: 12-5pm.

Larchmont Public Library • City Streets and Other Loves: Photography by Justine Knight & Stacey Vukelj. Color and black & white work. 12/3-12/30, Open during library hours.

Mamaroneck Artists’ Guild • A Gift of Art. Gifts for everyone on your list. Through 12/24, Mon-Sun, 12-5pm.

• Landscapes. Natural and manmade landscapes seen through the eyes of an eclectic mix of artists and media. 1/8-1/25, 12-5pm.

City Streets and Other Loves: Photography by Justine Knight & Stacey Vukelj, Larchmont Public Library, 12/3-30 (photo credit: Stacey Vukelj)

• Young Artists on the Rise. High school students’ work. 1/28-2/8/2014, 12-5pm.

Mount Vernon Public Library • Mount Vernon: Prospect for Change - Photography Exhibit by John Rizzo. Portraits of leading citizens including Mayor Ernest Davis. Through 1/4, open during library hours.

New Rochelle Public Library • New Rochelle: A Celebration of 325 Years 1688-2013. Charts milestones in the city’s history. At New Rochelle Public Library. Through 12/4, 10am-5pm.

• Rhythms of a Faithful Journey. Exhibition based on the book Rhythms of a Faithful Journey by Robin and James Miller. 1/12-2/28, Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm.

Pelham Art Center • CRAFT-TASTIC: Exhibition and Sale. A collection of the hand-made by local and international crafts artists. Through 1/4, Tues-Fri: 10am-5pm, Sat: 10am-4pm.

• Migration Narratives. Group exhibition of kinetic sculpture, installation, drawing, painting, and video by six contemporary artists. 1/31-3/29, Tue-Fri: 10-5pm, Sat, 10-4pm. Reception: 1/31, 6:30-8pm.

Sarah Lawrence College • Tree Series. Acrylic paintings by Caryl Stone. Through 12/13, times vary.

transFORM Gallery • 70 Under $700 - transFORM Art Fair. Over 70 pieces of artwork, priced at $700 and under. Through 1/4, Mon-Fri: 9 am-6 pm, Sat: 10am-4 pm.

Westchester County Business Journal • ARTSWNEWS


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