"Outback midnight rhubarb" by Wendy Holmes Noyes
CARRIED AWAY:
DIARIES SKETCHBOOKS MOSAICS

PHOTOGRAPHS

WENDY HOLMES NOYES

EXHIBIT: through SEPTEMBER 1, 2019

We celebrate 50 years of Wendy making photographs "...interesting enough for us to want to look twice at."
"I loved my Brownie camera as a 10 year old kid, and I still have the little black and white images I took of my family with it." From there to the extra Pentax SLR handed down by her dad, to the first published photo of Reverend Coffin flanked by two students as they marched in a campus protest (1968), and on, through years of "getting 'CARRIED AWAY' exploring [her] own unique poetic outlook."*

Celebrate with us - come visit!

*from the artist's statement
AN ARTIST'S TRAVELOGUE
RICHARD TRACHTMAN

September 6-October 25
Reception: September 6, 5-7 pm

During studies to become a psychotherpist, Richard Trachtman took painting and drawing classes at the Brooklyn Museum and Cooper Union.
After moving part-time to Columbia County with his wife Jan, he studied watercolor and acrylic painting with local teachers, including Betsy Jacarusso, Maj Kalfus, and Bart Gully.

This show reflects his practice of art while traveling in the U.S. and abroad.
We will be CLOSED Labor Day, September 2nd

Coming up this Fall - more details soon:

LIVE AT THE CHATHAM BOOKSTORE
A series of author conversations with Thomas Chulak from the bookstore.
We hope you can join us!

Saturday, September 14, 5-7 pm
Tia Powell
Director of the Montefiore Einstein Center for Bioethics and of the Einstein Cardozo Master of Science in Bioethics program.

Saturday, October 5
Jacqueline Rogers
Jackie will be signing books and drawing with children and their grownups. Times TBA

Saturday, October 26, 5-7 pm
Alexandra Horowitz
Senior Research Fellow and head of the Dog Cognition Lab at Barnard College, Columbia University

Saturday, November 16, 5-7 pm
Two friends, poets from western Massachusetts will share some of their new work:
Patty Crane's Bell I Wake To
& David Giannini's Mayhap

Tuesday, December 3, 5-7 pm
David Maraniss


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"So much to do still, all of it praise."
from Derek Walcott, quoted in Late Migrations by Margaret Renkl ©2019 Milkweed Editions

With warm regards,

Nicole, Thomas, Wendy, Patti, Gloria, Joanne & Barbara
the CHATHAM BOOKSTORE

518-392-3005
 HOURS: Monday-Thursday & Saturday 9:30-5
Friday 9:30-7; Sunday 12-3

CLOSED Labor Day, September 2