Cooperative Gallery 213 in Binghamton welcomes a trio of artists in a sort of “college reunion” in an exhibit called “Time and Textures”. Joanne Thorne Arnold and Carrie Decker join us to talk about their long association, their art, and about their friend Cheryl McBride, who could not be with us.
Binghamton natives Everett and Nick De Morier no longer live in the area, but Everett has found subject matter there for two of his books. They join us to talk about their documentary ‘Binghamton: Valley of Creativity’
The Exterminator Extravaganza celebrates the famous racehorse Exterminator, at one time Binghamton’s most famous resident. Bill Gorman joins us to talk about the First Friday event at Cooperative Gallery 213, and the Sunday, June 3 event at Temple Concord/Kilmer Mansion featuring music and a theatrical reading of ‘Old Bones the Wonder Horse’ by Southern Tier Actors Read. For reservations at the Sunday event, call 607/723-4620.
Cooperative Gallery 213 on State Street in downtown Binghamton is presenting ‘Water’ by Carolyn Gilligan and ‘DAY’ by Joanne Thorne Arnold. ”
DAY is an exhibition of oil paintings and glass scenes by Joanne Thorne Arnold. Landscape in subject matter, the work is influenced by the beautiful day; the kind you hate to see end because the air, the light and the atmosphere feeds your spirit. The energy of spring, summer and autumn are apparent in this show. Joanne is a colorist whose layering of colors creates a visual energy that pulsates in every painting.