Opening Reception and Exhibit: Winter Wonderland: Almost Black and White

The Flick Gallery at the Arts Center of Yates County

Ron Netsky is
              a printmaker who creates exquisite etchings and
              lithographs of the natural environment, gravitating toward
              interplay between organization and chaos.  Ron currently
              teaches printmaking at Nazareth College in Rochester, New
              York and at Woodstock School of Art.  His prints are
              included in the collections of the National Gallery of Art
              in Washington, D.C., the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at
              SUNY New Paltz as well as other collections.   

Penn Yan
              native Jamie Sisson has spent decades erecting large
              commercial buildings and gaining exposure to all aspects
              of construction.  In 2011 he began experimenting with
              concrete in various applications.  Jamie’s work has
              included designing, creating and installing custom
              concrete countertops as well as creating smaller products
              such as wall hangings, tables, bowls and other items.  His
              work is evocative of the natural materials in which he
              works, creating truly one of a kind pieces, many of which
              are on display at Steamboat Castle Bed and Breakfast,
              which Jamie co-owns with his partner Ginny Turner.

The Arts
              Center of Yates County is located at 127 Main Street in
              Penn Yan. 
The reception is free to the public.  Please call 315-536-8226
              or email
              additional information. 

February 5 - March 4, 2017

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM