Artists celebrate the four seasons

Free event at the Artists' Market includes music, refreshments, poetry readings, and artwork


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  • “Thaw” by Claudine Luchsinger (2019)




  • “Winter Trees” by Alex Siroc (2018)




  • “Fishing in Spring” by Vincent van Gogh (1887)




— The four seasons have inspired the music of Vivaldi, the artwork of Van Gogh, and the poetry of Shakespeare. For some of us, the four seasons conjure up images of snow-capped mountains, spring blooms, summer skies, and fall foliage. But for others, the images are shoveling snow, flash floods, sweltering heat, and the seemingly endless raking of leaves.

Either way, those who attend the "Celebrating the Four Seasons" event will be treated to live music, complimentary refreshments, poetry readings, and great artwork. The event will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 2, at the Artists’ Market Community Center, 114 Richardson Avenue, Shohola.

This event will also include a tribute the late poet Mary Oliver.

So, whether you’re coming to celebrate the ever-changing, natural beauty of the River Valley or to complain about the weather, you are welcome to join in the festivities.

The event is sponsored by the Barryville Area Arts Association and coordinated by Alexis Siroc and Claudine Luchsinger.





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