Seasons of Greene

Art Show & Sale – A fundraiser for the Greene Land Trust

Opening Reception
Friday, July 19, 4-8pm

William Brandow House
480 Route 385
Athens, NY

To kick off its 5th annual Seasons of Greene art show and benefit, the Greene Land Trust will hold an opening reception on Friday July 19, from 4-8 pm.  This year for the first time, the show will be on display at the historic William Brandow House (c. 1788) on the shores of the Hudson River in Athens.  

Each Seasons of Greene exhibit since the series’ inception in 2017 has offered a collection of new paintings depicting viewscapes and properties protected and stewarded by the Greene Land Trust, as well as other properties worthy of protection, but not yet under the Trust’s auspices. This year the show includes eight talented and regionally known landscape painters: Sue Barassi, Richard Bazelow, Bruce Bundock, James Coe, James Cramer, Rosemary Hanson, Susan Story, and Marlene Wiedenbaum.

A fundraiser for the Greene Land Trust, a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the original artwork goes to support the work of the Land Trust, whose mission is to protect the many places that make Greene County special. These include  scenic vistas that have inspired the historic Hudson River School of painters, agricultural lands that represent an essential part of the county’s heritage, and open spaces that provide habitat for wildlife as well as recreational opportunities.   

The opening of Seasons of Greene V coincides with and is part of the fifth annual Upstate Art Weekend, a program of events celebrating the cultural vibrancy of Upstate New York with over 140 participants spanning ten counties in the Catskill Mountains and Hudson Valley.

After the July 19 opening, Seasons of Greene will be open to the public for viewing Saturdays from 1-6 pm, as well as Fridays, 4-7 pm, through Aug 30, and noon-4 Sunday afternoon July 21 and Sep. 1.


Jul 19 2024


4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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