Collaborative Concepts Tilly Foster Farm Project 2022
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Tilly Foster Farm Project 2022
100 Route 312, Brewster, NY 10509
On View: Sept 3 – Oct 30
Opening Reception: Sat, Sept. 3, 3pm – 5pm
(Rain date: Sun, Sept. 4 or Mon, Sept 5)
Free to the Public
Brewster, NY – Sept. 23 – Tilly Foster Farm is please to announce new works being installed on the farm by Collaborative Concepts this summer and fall by 35 artists. The works engage with monumentality, the galaxy, the environment and ceremony, ranging from what the Hubble discovered, to lighting rods, steel, wood, stone, and mixed media sculptures.
For the last three years, Tilly Foster has come alive with visitors in the Fall, who are eager to engage with art and nature. The exhibit is in Putnam County just over the border from Connecticut.
What the Hubble Discovered, a 12 foot sculpture by Tim Lutz, offers a creative glimpse at the perspective of the wonders of space. A large, bright sculpture with the essence of a paper fortune teller, titled Eye of the Cosmic Beholder, built by Storm King School students will dazzle those interested in space.
Laurie Sheridan’s sculpture of wood, resin and wire evokes an Egyptian feel as Sun Worshippers gazing over the fields. Conrad Levinson’s sculpture calls on the sky and weather in a steel and chrome Lighting Rod. While carved stone from the hands of Bob Madden calls forth the sun and time in Gnomon.
Ceremony, by David Links, consists of three large, minimalist wooden symbolic totems casting shadows from the hill and a sense of formal purity. Inez Andrucyk’s created ceremony through Positivity Tower, her brightly colored mixed media sculpture that evokes a sense of smiles and happiness. Nearby you can commune with Natalya Khorover’s Prayers for the Planet. And Abhishek Tuiwala’s stainless steel, wire and chain hand gesture conveys the need to believe in Trust Personified.
Please visit the exhibit, free of charge, to see these 35 sculptors. Tilly Foster features pastoral vistas, hiking trails, a community garden, charming farm animals and a farm-to-table dining experience. Children of all ages are sure to enjoy visiting the Kunekune pigs, alpacas, miniature horses and a beautiful array of chickens, including Frizzle Cochin Bantams, Silkies and Ameraucanas. The show and the farm are open seven days a week, 10 am to 4 pm. The restaurant at Tilly Foster is open Thursday through Saturday 5pm – 9pm and Sunday 11am – 3 pm and 5pm-9pm. On restaurant days, the farm gates stay open so visitors can dine before or after the exhibit. Visit Tilly’s Table at www.tillystablerestaurant.com.
Collaborative Concepts, a not-for-profit, non-membership organization of professional artists, bringing together sculpture and installations by local, regional, and New York City artists for 17 years. It’s mission is to offer artists the opportunity to expand their practice of large scale sculpture and visitors to experience new approaches to contemporary sculpture. Spend the day with friends, family, and good humor!
The event is free of charge, open for self-guided tours seven days a week. Be sure to visit as the autumn colors change the backdrop of the art. Sculptures and Installations will be on view Sept. 3 – October 30. The opening reception is Saturday, Sept. 3rd, 3pm to 5pm. Musical performances will feature Ukranian and Georgian songs by the Kvasova Folk Singing Group, also performing is the Bert Rechtschaffer Trio jazz group. Music performances are 3pm to 5pm.
Tilly Foster Farm is located at 100 NY-312, Brewster, NY. For more information go to
Malin Abrahamsson · Anna Adler ۰ Inez Andrucyk · Celeste Barnes ۰ Jo-Ann Brody
Susan Buroker · Jodi Carlson ۰ Donna Castelluccio · Joe Chirchirillo ۰ Ursala Clark
Emiri Fujimoto · Eric Jacobson · Mike Harrington ۰ Lenny Harrington ۰Natalya Khorover ·
Kevin Laverty Conrad Levenson ۰ David Link · Jim Lloyd ۰ Tim Lutz · Bob Madden ۰ Carol Paik
Hildreth Potts · Herman Roggeman ۰ Peter Schlemowitz · Fred Schlitzer · Tom Shaw
Laurie Sheriden ۰ Herrat Sommerhoff · Robert Spinzaolla ۰ Betty Stafford · Storm King School
Naomi Teppich ۰ Patrick Todd · Abhishek Tuiwala۰ Max Yawney
Collaborative Concepts programs are made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature. Thanks to the Putnam County Government, the Putnam Arts Council, the Arts Link Grant Program from NYS, The Anastasi Foundation and The Tilly Foster Farm for further funding and hospitality.
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