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Regional Archives The Altamont Enterprise, July 19, 2007
Art lessons support Duanesburg park
By Saranac Hale Spencer
DUANESBURG Art lessons for a cause will be offered at Crossroads Gallery on July 19 and 20.
Elisabeth Rolfe-Albright, owner of the shop, has teamed up with artist Matthew Roth to offer the two-day intensive class. It can accommodate any skill level, Rolfe-Albright said, but the course is aimed at students in grades six to nine.
The class costs $45 per student, $35 of which will be donated to the Duanesburg Parks and Recreation Program to help replace equipment vandalized on June 19, she said.
Roth is a graduate of the College of Saint Rose who will soon open an art school. On Thursday, he will be teaching students to paint with acrylics during an intensive five-hour class. A gallery opening for the students art will be held on Friday evening.
The Crossroads Gallery opened last February, Rolfe-Albright said, and so far it has offered a clay class and will host a screen-printing course in August.
"It’s kind of a mix of art and wellness," she said. The shop has local pottery and woodworking as well as homeopathic remedies and massage.
Rolfe-Albright, who is not an artist or a masseuse, said of her gallery, "I just kind of bought it all together."
For more information or to sign up for classes, call 895-2950.
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