Estate of Raymond J. Steiner

Raymond painted landscape for some years and his method primarily was to paint on site and, in an effort to capture a spontaneous impression, he confined himself almost exclusively to the use of the palette knife. Landscape painting offered him a pleasurable process of ongoing dialogue with nature that, in turn, often opened up new paths of discovery. His hope was that it did the same for viewers of his paintings.

Membership: American Society of Aesthetics, The Salmagundi Club, the Hudson Valley Artists Association, Artist Fellowship, Inc., Woodstock Artists Association Museum and the International Association of Art Critics.

Solo Exhibitions
National Arts Club, Gregg Galleries, NYC, June 14-28, 2004
Woodstock Artists Association Museum, Woodstock, NY, April 8 – April 30, 2006
Members’ Wall,
Woodstock Artists Association Museum, Woodstock, NY Dec. 7, 2007— Jan. 6, ’08;
Cafe Mezzaluna Bistro Latino & Gallery, Saugerties, NY April 5 – May 17, 2008;
The Karpeles Museum, Newburgh, NY Nov 1-30, 2008
Schoolhouse Galleries, Croton Falls, NY March 2014

Group Exhibitions at:
The Salmagundi Club, NYC;
Hudson Valley Gallery, Cornwall on Hudson, NY;
Woodstock Artists Association Museum, Woodstock, NY;
Hudson Valley Art Association, National Arts Club, NYC
Hudson Valley Gallery, Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY
Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, Woodstock, NY
Fletcher Gallery, Woodstock, NY
M&T Bank, Woodstock, NY;
M Gallery, Catskill, NY
Emerge Gallery, Saugerties. NY

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Address:      16 Fite Road
                       Saugerties, NY 12477

Phone            (845) 246-5170

Email                arttimes@arttimesjournal.com
Web site          www.raymondjsteiner.com

Studio Tour August 9,10,11

2019

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