Utica, NY—The public is invited to attend the Annual Arts Legacy Exhibition Opening Reception on Friday, December 13 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm, at the Reach Center, 205 W. Dominick Street, Rome. The reception is free and open to the public. The exhibition will be on view through the end of 2020.

The annual Reach Center exhibition will highlight the 4 Elements Studio Arts Legacy Program, which preserves and showcases the historic and current works of local artists who have played important roles in shaping the Mohawk Valley arts community. The 4 Elements Studio Arts Legacy Program provides documentation, cataloging and promotional services to visual artists.

Selected participating artists include:

Sylvia de Swaan, Utica

Mary Gaylord Loy, Clinton

Shelley Graham Turner, Rome

George Hendrickson, Westmoreland

Katharine Kuharic, Hamilton

John Loy, Clinton

Larry Pacilio, Utica

Sally Packard, Hamilton

Frank Viola, Utica

Leigh Yardley, Hubbardsville

The reception is sponsored by Thrive Co-Work, LLC. Thrive Co-Work is a modern, art-infused co-working office space in Downtown Rome at 201 W. Dominick Street.  In partnership with 4 Elements Studio and the Reach Center, Thrive Co-Work will be holding an Open House during the reception.

About 4 Elements Studio

4 Elements Studio is a community arts center in downtown Utica, offering artistic services and programming to artists, the community and individuals with special needs. 4 Elements Studio provides countless opportunities to create and enjoy the arts including classes and workshops for all ages, individualized programming for people with disabilities, gallery space, exhibitions, work spaces and other artistic resources. The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 3pm and on Saturday from 9am to 12pm. For more information on 4 Elements Studio, visit www.4elementsonline.com.

Lockwood Law


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