CALDWELL GALLERY HUDSON INAUGURATES NEW GALLERY WITH SUMMER THEMED SELECTIONS

  • HUDSON, New York
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  • July 24, 2014

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HUDSON, NY July 23, 2014:  After 41 years dealing art privately, The Caldwell Gallery has opened a retail gallery space in historic Hudson, NY. Caldwell Gallery Hudson will bring the same museum quality American and European artworks to this new location, which has nearly 2,800 square feet of exhibition space on two floors. The gallery will showcase a diverse selection of traditional, modern and contemporary artworks by a wide range of artists from the 19th through 21st centuries. 

Their first exhibition, Summertime, runs through September 9th and features iconic images of sand, surf, and sun by artists such as Byron Browne, Paul Sample, Harry Bertoia, Jessie Arms Botke, Sally Michel Avery, Irving Wiles and many others.

"This exciting new space will allow us to offer a much broader selection of works than we have in the past, and to curate these works into themed exhibitions we are confident collectors will find interesting" notes principal Jay Caldwell. "In addition, we will also have the wall space to hang much larger works. We have also created a brand new graphic identity, logo, signage and website for our Hudson enterprise, utilizing the services of well-known NYC art world designer Dan Miller and his art technology company exhibit-E. Our existing private art dealing business remains unchanged, with Caldwell Gallery Hudson functioning as a complimentary enterprise. We look forward to seeing old collecting and trade friends, as well as meeting new ones here in this thriving little city which is Hudson, NY".

Located on Hudson's bustling Warren Street, the gallery is open Friday-Monday and by appointment or chance. 

Caldwell Gallery Hudson
355 Warren Street
Hudson, New York
(518) 828-7087
About Caldwell Gallery Hudson

Joe and Marcy Caldwell founded The Caldwell Gallery in 1973. The principles they learned and applied as passionate collectors of early American art and antiques were ones they incorporated into the daily goal of their new enterprise - bringing great art, backed by exceptional value, to the homes of their clients. Joined by their son Jay Caldwell in 1985, The Caldwell Gallery expanded to include a focus on American modernist movements, including Post-War and Abstract Expressionist works. After 41 years in business, the Caldwell family decided to expand their activities in the art world with this new enterprise in the historic city of Hudson, NY.


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