Come to Katonah for the last stroll of the year!! Saturday 11/16 – 5-8p in town 4pm at the Katonah Museum of Art


The last stroll of the year! Best of Westchester’s Award Winning Katonah Art Stroll Presents the last stroll of the year on Saturday Evening November 16, from 4 to 8 p.m. Named Best New Community Event by Westchester Magazine, The Katonah Art Stroll is the place to be for fun and inspiration! Come see live music and enjoy refreshments throughout this idyllic Westchester town. Shops stay open late, restaurants pour out onto the sidewalks, and people slow down and mingle late into the evening in downtown Katonah. The event kicks off at 4pm at the Katonah Museum of Art (134 Jay Street) with free admission and a docent-led tour of the Museum’s exhibitions on view. “Sparkling Amazons: Abstract Expressionist Women of the 9th St. Show” represents the pioneering contribution by 11 women artists to the Abstract Expressionist movement. Also, “Rotem Reshef: ARCADIA” which is an immersive painting installation exploring contemporary artist Rotem Reshef’s process. (

The Katonah Village Library (26 Bedford Rd.) will also be on hand this stroll with 51 works of art in various mediums from artist members of the Katonah Museum of Art Artists Association. Refreshments will be served. (

Westchester’s best new art gallery CB Gallery (23 Valley Rd.) is pleased to present local artist Carol Bouyoucos’ show “Wild by Nature” from October 16 to November 30.  “Wild by Nature” further explores Bouyoucos’ passion for flora and fauna through her digital process of reconfiguring images from nature into fantastical patterns of color and light.   Fox Lane’s own Reid Gerken provides live rock music. Enjoy refreshments and meet the artist! (@cbartgallery)

Offerings Gallery (59 Katonah Ave.) will be exhibiting the work of Hodaya Louis.
An Israeli-born artist, Hodaya is known for her extensive body of work, which features resisting elements and expressive brushstrokes, used to convey strong female narratives and tension-filled experimental abstracts. Her earliest artistic inclinations were nurtured by her father, fine artist David Louis. Her work is recognized internationally via gallery exhibitions, grant titles and private commissioned artworks. Works have been featured in publications such as The Cut, W Magazine, Metropolitan Magazine, Teen Vogue, Insider, and the New York Post.  Hodaya will be joining us for the Katonah Art Stroll. Refreshments and live music! (

The Eclectic Collector (215 Katonah Ave.) will feature incredible hand made wooden kaleidoscopes by artisan Henry Bergeson. Refreshments will be served. (

Majestic Hudson (223 Katonah Ave.) will be exhibiting work by mixed media Artist, Laura Trisiano. Born in Brooklyn and currently living in New Jersey, Trisiano finds her inspiration from nature, architecture and yoga when creating her wall art and sculptures using found objects. Falcon Ärk will entertain with emotional songs that are both soothing and ethereal yet dramatic and lighthearted. His musical project Clairvoyage, blends singer-songwriter compositions with molten rock that are as energetic and fluid as its namesake. Falcon’s originals, covers, and ambient themes will float through our Courtyard Oasis. (

Oak & Oil Gallery (89 Katonah Ave.) is featuring a series of small works by several accomplished artists including Shelly Dell, Richard Lang Chandler, Jane Cooper, Lila Turjanski-Villard, Richard Coico and Erin Nazzaro. Buyers can choose among watercolors, wall sculptures, oil paintings, monotypes and mixed media works for every budget.  Meet the artists, enjoy refreshments and live music by indie/alternative duo “1122”.

Old New House, located at 33 Katonah Avenue, will be featuring etheral weavings by Brooklyn artist Lea Thomas, as well as a collection of antique 19th century miniature watercolor paintings, black and white photography by Purchase artist Dennis Dilmaghani, and oil paintings by Chappaqua artist Grace Keogh. Refreshments will be served.

FORWARD Contemporary (43 Katonah Ave.) is excited to debut 5 new paintings by Jeffrey Terreson created in his Bedford studio in alignment with his distinction at the Museum of Contemporary Art/Denver. Special musical guests The Clear Light Enemble perform improvisational musical collaboration of jazz, rock, classical, folk and avant guard, inspired by Classical Indian Ragas lead by Sitar player John Dubberstein.

For more information, contact Mindy Yanish at 914-232-9643


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