After 7 hugely popular events, the Eighth Katonah Art Stroll is now the defining event in downtown Katonah and continues to grow with the welcome addition of a new gallery ‘10536 Art Gallery’ (formerly the Artists Collective next door to Ebba).


The evening’s festivities will kick-off at the Katonah Museum of Art beginning at 4:00 pm with free admission, refreshments, and a tour of its current exhibition, Outrageous Ornament: Extreme Jewelry in the 21st Century. When the museum closes at 5:00 PM, the stroll will continue along Katonah Avenue at the following galleries with live music, artist visits and refreshments: Gallarus Arts Space, Eclectic Collector, Majestic Hudson, The Lane Contemporary Arts Gallery, Oak and Oil, 10536 Gallery, Offerings Gallery, Old New House and Catherine H.


Gallarus Arts Space (215 Katonah Ave.) will feature a group exhibition of local artists as well as art works dating from the Renaissance in Europe that explores how humanity has continually fabricated art and physical spaces to produce spiritual states of being to pursue the transcendent divine.  Live music and refreshment will be served up.



Eclectic Collector (215 Katonah Ave.) will be featuring Original Word Art & Drawings by Story People, Terah Cox, Dug Nap & Seth Pitt. Wonderful Inspirations for the Holidays and lots of new Holiday Gifts and Ornaments!  Refreshments will be served.


Majestic Hudson Boutique (223 Katonah Ave.), will feature the New York City artist Cecilia Moy Fradet’s modern Mandala’s which incorporate the cultural icons she grew up with, from Mickey Mouse to Buddha.  These juxtapositions in all different mediums create balanced harmonious works full of power and meaning.  Music will be provided by Orit Dahari who boldly challenges all genres from Folk to R&B.

The Lane Contemporary Arts Gallery (23 Valley Rd.) Northern Westchester’s newest modern art gallery will continue their very popular Carol Bouyoucos show “Life Botanical”.   Here Bouyoucos plunges into her signature botanicals and landscapes manipulating the images into something beyond extraordinary.   Enjoy hot new music sensation Reid Gerken’s smooth electric guitar riffs.  Refreshments will be served.



Oak and Oil Gallery (89 Katonah Ave.) will feature its current exhibition consisting of original artwork by Jane Cooper, a new addition to the Gallery.  Other works on view by several talents including Staszek Kotowski, Linda Puiatti, Michael Patterson, Richard Chandler and Julie Testwuide.  Music by a young musician and songwriter Omar Ramirez, will start at 6pm.  Refreshments will be served!





10536 Art Gallery (103-107 Katonah Ave.) – A new welcome addition that was formerly Katonah Artist Collective is now being managed by Nancy Butterfield and Franco.   They will bringing to the gallery, Pop Art, Pottery, and all sorts of media!  For this stroll Franco, who is a DC comics artist appearing at Comic Cons from San Diego to New York will be exhibiting his original art while Nancy will preview her latest photo projects “Dolls” Past to Present. They look forward to meeting new artists and our future friends in Katonah.  Next door at Ebba, the Rock/Folk/Blues band Rosenfisch will perform, featuring Julie Rosenberg on guitar, Viktoria Fisch on Vocals and Andy Samalin on Keyboards.


Offerings Gallery (59 Katonah Ave.) is deeply honored to once again exhibit the powerful, social examinations and improvisational art of Lance Johnson.  A respected and accomplished multi media artist, Lance – a cultural ambassador with the U.S. State Department joins us Saturday November 17 to discuss his process and vision of art making.  He will also discuss his recent trip to Turkey where he led workshops focused on removing creative borders. 5 to 8pm – Refreshments and live jazz with Rebecca Angel and Jonah Prendergast.


Old New House (33 Katonah Ave.), will be highlighting charming landscape and portrait paintings by Chappaqua resident Grace B. Keogh. Refreshments will be served.


Catherine H (24 Parkway), will continue to display botanical paintings by Corinne Lapin-Cohen.  After 20 years of painting in watercolors, Lapin-Cohen’s oil painting exhibition “Where Have all the Flowers Gone” is a powerful message about our fragile environment where the plants are absent but the memory of their color remain.  Refreshments will be served.




To add to all the excitement above, The Whitlock and KR Cafe will generously offer complimentary glass of wine with entrée.


For more information, please contact Sarah and Christopher at thelaneartgallery@gmail.com or 917 520 3234.





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