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Circa 1969: Selections from the Permanent Collection


Circa 1969: Selections from the Permanent Collection presents paintings, drawings, prints, photographs and sculpture made between 1968 and 1972 reflecting a transitional time in the Woodstock art scene. Richard Florsheim’s "Combat" alludes to the opposition of the Vietnam War, while Mari Lyons’s "1969" depicts the iconic “hippie” style – long hair, vests, bell-bottom pants, loose dresses and bare feet – trends which became symbolic of the counterculture movement of the 1960s. Circa 1969 looks at a pivotal moment in the history of the Woodstock Colony and includes 24 works by artists: Mari Lyons, Georges A. Malkine, Lily Ente, Bernard Steffen, Katherine Schmidt, Julio de Diego, Barbara Neustadt, Bruce Dorfman, William Pachner, Elliott Landy, Albert Handell, Richard A. Florsheim, Kurt Sluizer, Cecile Germaine, Manette van Hamel, Franklin Alexander, Gary Hill, and Grace Greenwood. This exhibition is curated by Nicole L. Goldberg, Executive Director, WAAM. FREE for members, $10 Suggested Donation for non-members.

Woodstock Artists Association
  • 28 Tinker St
  • Woodstock, NY 12498