A new direction for Woodstock art
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A new direction for Woodstock art

Sneha Kapadia, Ann Crowley and Nancy Campbell at the new Art at the Framing Gallery. (Photo by Dion Ogust) The Woodstock Arts Colony forges a new frontier with a pair of exhibition openings along Route 28 in Kingston on Saturday, January 26. Both feature well-known Woodstock area artists. One doubles as a de facto opening party for a Woodstock business’ new home. “We absolutely love the new space!” said Sneha Kapadia of her Woodstock Framing Gallery’s move in recent months from a long-time home on Mill Hill Road to the mini “Design Towers” plaza across from Hickory BBQ at 747 State Route 28. “It’s got high ceilings and tons of light and an open floor plan that feels much more immersive and communal. Also, we were able to set it up exactly how we wanted in a way that is much more efficient for custom framing as that is my main focus now. Business has been consistently busy since we reopened with longtime clients who are amazing and waited patiently for us, as well as new clients who have discovered us because of our convenient new location as well as through the other businesses here.” Kapadia, a former prosecutor […]

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