An Online Visit to Historic Woodstock, home of the Woodstock Impressionists and Hudson Landscape Artists who were inspired by Ralph Radcliffe Whitehead's Byrdcliffe art colony.
WHAT'S GREAT ABOUT WOODSTOCK:
A short walking tour through the origins of the art colony at Woodstock, New York.
Includes some very rare vintage 1940's & 1950's photographic snapshots of the Zena Mill, Zena Falls, Sawkill and more, plus a very intimate history of Woodstock from 1702 to the present.
A great place to see the great art of Woodstock. Presented online are images from famous Woodstock artists both living and dead.
In existence since 1920, the WAA has successfully introduced over 1000 fine artists to the public by collecting and exhibiting works of local artists and artisans.
Want the local Woodstock news? Want to know what's going on around town??? Want to know what movies are playing? Sports? Hiking trails open??? Check out the Woodstock Times for all the news!
Online exhibition of hundreds of Woodstock Impressionist paintings.
Pete Seeger was my music teacher at Norman Studer's "Downtown Community School", and Ronnie Gilbert helped me to understand belting out a song -- "Just sing out!" -- The Weavers were the most influential group in my life from the time I started at Downtown Community School and Camp Woodland to the time I began singing with Dave van Ronk and Judy Henske.
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