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Author Archives: Kathy Klompas
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I want people from across the area to Choose Cohoes for Art, and that’s why I want the Cohoes Artist Showcase to show how Cohoes is the place to come together and celebrate art. Continue reading
It’s a Rockin’ Friday in Cohoes as the Choose Cohoes For Art gang show their stuff at the Cohoes Farmers Market followed by the Canal Square Concert Series, this week featuring local heroes,Â BackBeat. Kathy will be at the Farmer’s … Continue reading
Lise Toch loved creating. It didn’t matter if she was a master of something, or even if she really understood it all. Lise just loved to create, even trying her hand at something new, something fun, something bold, something full … Continue reading
Please join us as we celebrate Lise Toch, a founder of Ragged Edge Printmaking Studio and the Cohoes Arts Committee who passed away in April, by creating new art and memories. Lise firmly believed that everyone should have the opportunity … Continue reading
Come join me on Sunday as I will be displaying and selling my silk scarves and other work at the 2nd Annual Beekman Street Art Fair in Saratoga Springs! This is put together by Cecilia and Amejo from Frittelli & … Continue reading
Come and see and purchase the latest work from Cohoes artists, includingÂ Ragged Edge members Mary Ellen Riell, Helga Prichard, Sunghee Park, Ruby Silvious and Kathy Klompas will be showing and offering work alongside lots of other great artists. participating Friday … Continue reading
Lise Toch, one of the founders of Ragged Edge Print Studio, died on Monday, April 29 from complications of cancer. It was the determination and energy that Lise brought to every part of her life that made her instrumental in … Continue reading
Hi Kathy, Helga and I visited Ballston Spa and the Bottle Museum to see your show today. We learned something about the history of bottles (more interesting than you might think) and then we made our way to the top … Continue reading