Red Hook CAN: “PAPERWORK” March 6-April 5

Red Hook Community Arts Network announces: Paperwork – An Exhibit opening March 6th-April 5th.  Reception Sat 3/7, 5-7pm. A show juried by Kate McGloughlin, President of the Woodstock School of Art  of original artworks in any medium in any dimensionality rendered on or of paper. Sponsored by Third Eye Associates Ltd. of Red Hook. For more information:

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Red Hook Community Arts Network (RHCAN) is pleased to announce Paperwork , a juried show of original artworks in any medium or combination of media in any dimensionality rendered on or of paper. Paperwork opens Friday, March 6 at the RHCAN Gallery at 7516 North Broadway, Red Hook, NY and continues through April 5. The show encompasses landscape, figurative, abstract, and conceptual works created using pencil, charcoal, watercolor, oil, acrylic, collage, and printmaking techniques.

Kate McGloughlin, President of the Woodstock School of Art juried the show. McGloughlin has exhibited her work in many solo and group shows both locally and nationally. As well as serving as President, McGloughlin teaches a perennially popular printmaking workshop at the Woodstock School of Art. As Codirector of Destination Arts Creative Workshops, she teaches landscape painting and printmaking workshops in Italy, Mexico, Ireland and the United States. McGloughlin is represented by galleries in the northeastern United States and internationally.

Third Eye Associates Ltd., with offices in Red Hook, New York, and Washington DC, is the show’s sponsor. Third Eye Associates offers an array of financial, life, and transition planning services for individuals, couples, business owners, corporations and trusts. Third Eye helps clients achieve clarity and vision using an integrated approach to life and money management.

All are invited to the Paperwork show’s opening reception on Saturday, March 7, from 5pm to 7pm.

Now in its fourth year, the Red Hook Community Arts Network engages the arts community to support culture and foster local identity through creativity. RHCAN affords artists opportunities to show their work in its community-based gallery in themed exhibits throughout the year, and has shown the work of over 200 artists. Information about RHCAN is available at