Narrowsburg Union presents four new exhibits
A sense of place: Included are prints, painting, photography, and pen-and-ink

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NARROWSBURG, N.Y. — Four new exhibitions have recently opened at the Narrowsburg Union, located at 7 Erie St. in Narrowsburg, N.Y.
The public is invited to view “See What I Mean!?,” prints and painting by wm landau; “Places I Belong,” photography by Maureen Neville; “Excerpts,” documentary photography by Patricio Robayo; and “Semi-automatic,” pen and ink drawings by Kevin Graham.
wm landau of Hankins, N.Y., has produced art and craft since his youth. “See What I Mean!?” presents the viewer with vivid, graphic, and joyful prints created with wood, fabric, hand-cut wood letters, and paint alchemy that incorporates poetry, prose — and some mischief.
Maureen Neville of Damascus, Pa., loves to take her camera along to quiet, rural landscape or seascape settings. Water, the shoreline, and roadsides off the beaten path are the inspiration for her photography in “Places I Belong.”
Patricio Robayo of Mountaindale, N.Y., a photo documentarian, showcases “Excerpts,” a selection of landscape, typography, and documentary photographs that he's been working on since 2000. "I feel as though I’m exploring my own life through my photographs," Robayo said.
Kevin Graham, who is based in New York City, is known for his abstract pen-and-ink drawings in a style similar to the automatism art method. His goal is to tap into the unconscious and to reveal uninhibited personal expression created from the subconscious, thus his title, “Semi-automatic.”
The exhibit may be viewed through March 30. Gallery hours are Mondays through Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sundays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free.
Brandi Merolla is curator of the Narrowsburg Union’s galleries.
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