The Yuko Nii Retrospective


Stone paintings by Yuko Nii

Part Two: Stone Paintings, Drawings and Writings

Curated by Terrance Lindall A Celebration to Conclude the 20th Anniversary Year of
 The WAH Center A Special Exhibition Honoring Our Founder  Show Dates: October 21–November 19, 2017 Opening Reception: Saturday, October 21, 4–6 PM

Origins – Review by Kimberly Curran

Origin’s: A Visual Dialogue Between Mother and Son is nearing its final day at the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center. The show is thematically ending on Mother’s Day, with a talk back by the two artists: mother Annette Turow and son Gabe Turow. The atmosphere in the room was very welcoming and comforting, with Gabe’s […]

Origins: A Mother-Son Connection

I did not know what to expect from the Origins exhibition, but when I stopped in the front door of the WAH Center Gallery my eyes were drown to go inside faster than my body. As I walked to the open space at the center of the gallery my eyes and my body finally coordinated […]

Stay Tuned: WAH Bridges Cuba?

Dear Friends,   I would like to share with you a very happy news.    My assistant Richard Sanchez applied for a trip to Cuba a few months ago through a non-profit program that sends Cuban descendants on sponsored trips to connect with Cuban culture and residents. He received a great news that he was […]

SUNY New Paltz Exhibition

by Kimbery Curran I was unable to make it to the opening reception of Press: Pause, the New Paltz MFA student art show. So, when I came to the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, I came without a clear idea of what this show would entail. Initially as I was walking into the space to […]

Garden of Color

Garden of Color - paintings by Orin Buck
Paintings by Orin Buck IN THE SMALL GALLERY Curated by Yuko Nii Saturday, April 22nd – Sunday, May 14th, 2017 Opening Reception: Saturday, April 22nd, 4-6pm