TLRH is pleased to announce our next show, Seed, by Lindsey Erin Luna. We invite one and all to celebrate this journey into shamanism, astrology, energetic healing, “hallucinogenic” drugs, Egyptian mythology, Buddhism, Existentialism, lucid dreaming, extraterrestrial life, lucid dreams, and so much more, at our opening party, Saturday, June 1 from 7-9pm.
I will take you to new worlds.
I will take you to inner unseen worlds
Created in splendors in anything life contains…
-I Am Strange by Sun Ra
Nothing feels better than when you’re laughing so hard you have to take your glasses off to wipe the tears out of your eyes.
Have you ever marveled at the entertainment potential of a simple pack of cards? Please join us for a festive celebration of our 52 plastic-coated paper friends. We’ll be playing “13,” as well as any other games we want to play. Come learn a new game, play an old favorite, take a turn at the table in the company of old and new friends.
Sunday, May 12th 4-6pm at the gallery.
TLRH will supply light refreshments, music, good cheer.
Special guests: Ed and Brenda!!! A minute in their company is a treasure, and their rummy knowledge runs deep.
TLRH hereby presents Open Window, an ongoing series of tiny exhibits in the diorama box featured in our front window. We’re very pleased to share this space with both our online community (click here) and any passers-by on lovely, quiet, and currently in-bloom Church Street.
Our first exhibit, Thoughts of Home, comes to you from local photographer/artist Kate Truisi.
Exhibits display for two weeks only, with rotating curators and artists.
Call for entries coming soon.
Hello Daffodils. We’ve given the TLRH website a spring cleaning, and now have the means to show art in more detail - we’re very happy to present Jacinta Bunnell and Kate Larson’s work on our “current exhibition” page, here.
As promised, photos… rejoice!
Format layouts for earlier NBTA zine issues
Everything that did and didn’t make it into Issue #9
The Bunnell color grid
Edward Antoine at work
Jacinta’s coloring books make an appearance
- all photos (except 3 instagram shots) by Sam Schwartz – thank you Sam!
TLRH would like to thank all of those who made last night’s party possible. Jacinta, Helen, Kate, your work called us together – without your willingness to put yourself out there we’d all have been watching the storm from home (and likely, the glow of our computers). Instead, we had what we had, what a night.
We also want to take a minute to make special mention of Edward Antoine, the master “13″ tally sheet maker, whose respect for the value of a piece of paper, combined with a love of getting the balance of information just-so, inspired Jacinta to create the pieces for this show. Ed and Brenda (Jacinta’s mother) had the generosity of spirit to bring a deck of cards with them to our party, forming piece #13 of “13″ – the in-situ playing of “13″ itself. We had a blast, dear friends, thanks a million, pennies for points — or would it be a negative million — since points are bad? – for an unforgettable opening.
More photos from the evening, and a full catalog of the show to be posted, soon.
photo by Sam Schwartz
This weekend we did a little spring cleaning. Nothing like patching holes to get you pumped up for a new show. The walls are again an open road. For those of you who can’t wait one whole week to see work by Kate Larson and Jacinta Bunnell, you’re in luck: this Thursday, March 14th, our local independent bookstore, Inquiring Minds, is sponsoring a reading featuring Kate, Jacinta, and the lovely and talented Nicole Georges. It was learning about this reading that inspired us to do our show. We’ll be there for sure and hope to see you too!
No Better Than Apples Issue #9
Things have gotten really interesting this week. We’ve confirmed an upcoming/amazing confluence of talent here in the Paltz: please join us Monday, March 18th from 6-8pm for the opening of a show featuring the work of our favorite zine artist, Kate Larson and favorite coloring book author (amongst many and various other art disciplines) Jacinta Bunnell. To top things off, and as if we need to ice the already incredibly-rad grrrl cake, we’ll have Helen Money in the house for a live cello-as-you’ve-never-heard-it performance. All are welcome and the show is free as always. Put this one on your calendar. More details to come.
recent work by Jacinta Bunnell
Helen Money (photo from Helen Money tumblr site)