August 22 – September 18, 2018
The stone barn that is the heart of Edgewood Orchard Galleries was built in 1918. For its first 50 years it played host to the property’s apple and cherry orchard, and since 1969 it has been the main display space for the gallery. It is a beautiful building, loved for its thick stone walls, the original wavy glass window panes, the coffee can lid patched wood floors upstairs, and the beautiful carved and stained glass windows and doors that Minnow has added over the years. We celebrate the barn’s centennial with a group show titled “Shelter.” As the artwork created by our gallery artists for this show demonstrates, shelter can take many forms. From a bird’s nest, to a tree, to a cozy corner, to a century-old stone barn, shelter is important to all creatures, great and small!
The paintings of Tom Nachreiner will be featured in the Courtyard Gallery.
Saturday, September 1, 4-7: Reception to meet the artists. Artist introductions and short talks in the gallery courtyard at 5 pm. Wine and hors d’ oeuvres will be served.
Sunday, September 2, 1-3pm: Tom Nachreiner painting demonstration. Tom will demonstrate his oil painting techniques in the gallery courtyard.