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Nyack People & Places: 2017 Art Walk Remembered

by Mike Hays
Art Walk 2017 featured a diverse group of talented local artists. If you missed it, here’s a collage that samples some of the artists who displayed their work in local shops.

2017 Art Walk Poster. Theme taken from Nobelist Bob Dylan song, The Times they are a-changing.


The colorful streets of Nyack on Art Walk Day


Paulette Ross, Art Walk Producer with this year’s poster printed on handmade combat paper signed by veterans.


Walt Nygard, writer, artist, papermaker at p.ross boutique


Ed Kirkland, artist and illustrator at Irini


Beth Riso, Painter, at Colin Holmes Antiques


Kris Campbell, mixed media, at Better Homes & Garden/Rand Reality


Michael Mendel, watercolorist, at Saffron


Marie Monteagudo, digital photographer/writer, at Tree of Chocolate


Deena Weintraub, photographer (B&W silver gelatin prints), at Maria Luisa


Scott Fine, Traveling Wall of Hope, Mixed Media

Michael Hays is a 30-year resident of the Nyacks. He grew up the son of a professor and nurse in Champaign, Illinois. He has recently retired from a long career in educational publishing with Prentice-Hall and McGraw-Hill. He is an avid cyclist, amateur historian and photographer, gardener, and dog walker. He has enjoyed more years than he cares to count with his beautiful companion, Bernie Richey. You can follow him on Instagram as UpperNyackMike.

Nyack People & Places features photos and profiles of citizens and scenes near Nyack, NY. Sponsored by Weld Realty.
Photo Credit: Mike Hays

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