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Up in Hudson with Suzanne Joelson

Contributed by Suzanne Joelson / In Hudson, New York, among the soap shops and home furnishings boutiques are a few galleries where painting thrives, notably John Davis, Jeff Bailey, September, and Galerie Gris. The oldest of the group, John Davis, has shown notable painters like Amenoff, Bradford, and Brickhouse and is first on my list. I’m curious to see what … read more.
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