Bobbi Esmark of High Falls, one of the featured artists in ‘Now & then’ exhibit


The Olive Free Library Association will present the exhibition, “Now & Then,” showcasing the works of 42 students and alumni of the Woodstock School of Art. The show, juried by Jenne Currie, a Woodstock School of Art Instructor and coordinated by Heather Caufield, Artistic Director of the Woodstock School of Art will run through March 2, at the Library, at 4033 Route 28A, West Shokan. Since its inception in 1968, hundreds of renowned artists and notables in the art world have been associated with the WSA, whose staff and board members are overwhelmingly professional artists. Over the years the school has grown by leaps and bounds, and currently over 900 students attend fine art classes and workshops in drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture each year.

Participating artists in this show include Mizuyo Aburano, Harriet (Hallie) Adamo, Robin Adler, Laura Avello, Bob Barnes, Lynne Bilenkey, Elizabeth Broad, Nancy Campbell, Heather Caufield, Scott Clugstone, Marie Cole, Maxine Davidowitz, Carol Davis, Dominique de Cock, Bobbi Esmark of High Falls, Martha Hill, Pat Hough, Yoko Izu, Pat Kelly, Polly Law, Annie Lewis, Mary Anne Malkine, Dorothea Marcus, Noah McGrath, Wilma Miller, Gloria Mirsky, Ann Morris, David Munford, Andrea Myers Mannix, Nancy O'Hara, Jacqueline O'Malley-Satz, Geraldine Popko, Ann Porter, Eileen Power, Yvonne Rojas-Cowan, Susanna Ronner, Sandra Scheuer, Roberta Sickler, Susan Silverman, Janet Siskind, Suse Volk, and Sheila Yoshpe.

The Olive Free Library has created a platform to show and sell the art of regional artists, both established and emerging. This provides art enthusiasts a way to view, appreciate, and purchase local and regional artworks. Visit or call 845-657-2482.