Nigra Center to host summer art show
GLOVERSVILLE — The Paul Nigra Arts Center, 2736 Route 30, will have its fifth annual New York state summer art show which will be on display now through Sept. 25.
The regular gallery admission fee is $5. PNAC members, children younger than the age of 18 and participating artists are admitted for free at all times, according to a news release.
The art show will include a special showcase from two featured artists: Cheryl Horowitz of Johnstown and Terry Van Genderen of Broadalbin, who both specialize in oil landscapes.
Their pieces along with work from artists who live and work across the state as well as the work of photographers who won awards in Adirondack Life magazine’s annual photography contest.
Horowitz, a Gloversville High School graduate, is married to retired pediatrician, Dr. Lawrence Horowitz and they have four children and five grandchildren.
Art has been part of Horowitz’s life for decades and started to study oil painting in 1977.
Van Genderen has been a lifelong lover of painting and she began formal art training in 1961 in New Jersey.
For more information about this show or the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, call (518) 661-9932 or visit www.pncreativeartscenter.org