Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Cune + Asbill + Klein = Reception on Saturday = Sep. 12 = 4 to 7 pm

"Working with the Pritzker Gallery has been such a pleasure.
The space is unique and exquisite. Elisa is attentive to every detail.
My work was hung with great care and sensitivity. I feel fortunate
to have Elisa Pritzker and her stunning gallery in the Hudson Valley."
Michael Asbill
Photo caption: Asbill-Cune-Klein-Pritzker @ Pritzker GallerySep.2009
"Exhibiting at Ms. Prizker's space has been a wonderful opportunity
to view my work in a unique environment. The curve of the walls
creates a womb-like enclosure for the art, lending an intimacy
to the experience unlike any other." Joanne Klein
Photo caption: Cune-Pritzker-Asbill-Klein@ Pritzker GallerySep.2009

Thursday, March 19, 2009

2009 Gallery Calendar + June to December

Sunday, June 14th, 3 to 6 pm

Corazon de Dahlia Benefit Auction Art, Pottery, Crafts, and more!
Together we can open a home for street children in Cusco, Peru
Participating artists:
Alicia Belo, Shash Broxson, Carl, Elena Davicino,
Ana Laura Gonzalez, Lola Kalman, Meadow,
Basha Ruth Nelson, Elisa Pritzker, Dahlia Rissman,
Garry Rissman, Randall Rissman, Nanette Shapiro,
Julia Santos Solomon, Gabriel Zimmer and many others.
Donations accepted. Contact the gallery for more info.
FREE / open to the general public
More info on Corazon de Dahlia:

Saturdays in July . 2 to 5 pm

Art on view by:
Alicia Belo
Elena Davicino
Ana Laura Gonzalez
Gurmi Lama
Elisa Pritzker

Main Gallery:

Reflections from a Dutch Artist
works by Greta Cune
Lobby Gallery:
Michael Asbill
Joanne Klein
September 1 to 30
Saturday, Sep. 12 - 4 to 7 pm
Greta is one of 10 visiting Dutch artists participation
in the Hudson River 400 Arts Celebration:
Where History Meets the Arts

Heads and Tails
Artists/Gallery Directors: Two Paths, One Passion
Nov 1 to 30
Saturday, Nov. 7 - 4 to 7 pm
Stuart Bigley + Unison Gallery
Evonne M. Davis + City Without Walls & Gallery Aferro
George Donskoj + Donskoj & Co.
Nancy Donskoj + Donskoj & Co.
Barbara Esmark + Be Gallery
Joyce Pommer + Franklin 54 Gallery + Projects
Elisa Pritzker + Pritzker gallery
Carl Van Brunt + Van Brunt Gallery
Christina Varga + Varga Gallery

Lights & Cheers . Holiday celebration and conversation
Arts, books, high-end crafts, fine jewelry and one-of-kind gifts

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Cast Off-Industrial Arch Room / March 15-30

“Cast Off-Industrial Arch Room"
by artists Meadow and Elisa Pritzker
Photo credit: Enrique Rob Lunski / Elisa Pritzker
Model on view at the gallery from March 15 to 30, 2009
By appointments: 845-691-5506 / pritzkerstudio@aol.com
FREE / open to the general public
The piece derives from Meadow’s Green Wood Spirits Series
and Elisa Pritzker's Nature versus Technology installations.
This is a model of a larger piece that the overall structure
will resemble a large outline arch passageway and square
room built from natural and recycled twigs or tree saplings.
Additional branches will be laid across the top providing
a structure to support the cast-off wires and cables and re-used CDs.
The viewer’s attention is drawn to the beauty and simplicity
of thenatural lines of the strong outside structure by wrapping
them with thousands of miniature lights. Lighting is an important
element in the piece; casting dramatic shadowson the landscape,
silhouetting the powerfulness of the form andreflecting on the CD’s
as they revolve in the wind, producing rainbowsand color flashes
that resemble a cosmic sunset. The cast-off wires and cables
individually hung down in even rows from the overhead branches
create pathways from former industrial production. They were
collected from years of computer users, old equipments, and
bygone electronics that focus attention on the wasted resources
thrown away on a daily basis.
The viewer is drawn to the charming quality and uniqueness of the
wires themselves as the playfully dance ever waiting instruction
to perform their intended tasks of yesteryear.
Through the “Cast Off-Industrial Arch Room” installation the
intention is to evoke the industrial era by re-using supplies produced
by the early manufacturing companies. At the same time, to establish
the creative potential and richness of cast-off materials and natural
resources forworks of art.

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Gallery's gathering on Sun. Dec. 14, 2008

Fab group of people attended the gallery's closing reception-potluck
for the Holidays...Holidays...Holidays 2008 / weekends art activity.
Top left: Rose Lunski, George Fischer & artist Cami Fischer
Top right: artist Stacie Flint /Center left: artist Joanne Klein
Center right: artist Terry Scott / Bottom left: artist Meadow
Bottom right: Orion & artist Cenira. Photos © Diane Tepper-Barrer

Sunday, January 4, 2009


Jordanna Hysell & Elisa Pritzker co-coordinated the holiday activity.
Participating artists were: Cenira, Ana Laura Gonzalez,
Jordanna Hysell, Casey L. Little, Meadow, Joyce Pommer,
Elisa Pritzker and Terry Scott. Photo by Casey L. Little

The Poughkeepsie Journal wrote about it on Dec, 6, 2008,
click on the link: