Isn’t that a great view of the Newburgh waterfront in the late 1800’s? You can see it blown up huge here. You can see the entire Newburgh Waterfront, most of which was entirely torn down. I can see the Palatine Hotel, the ferry, the Dutch Reformed Church and much more.
Mill Street Loft Arts (MSL Arts) at Scenic Hudson’s River Center at 8 Long Dock Road at Long Dock Park on the Beacon Waterfront in Beacon, NY, presents “Hudson River Waterfronts; Beacon & Newburgh, Yesterday & Today”, a special art exhibition focusing on two important and historic Mid-Hudson River waterfronts. An opening reception that is open to the public will take place on Saturday, February 11th from 4:00 – 6:00pm. The show will continue through Sunday, April 29th.
The exhibition will feature paintings, drawings, prints and photographs of the Beacon and Newburgh waterfronts from the 1860’s – present. The Historical Societies of both Beacon and Newburgh have loaned some of their historic works and images to MSL Arts for this beautiful and educational exhibition. The historic works will hang alongside paintings and photographs by contemporary professional artists working in the region today. Many of these contemporary oils, watercolors, prints and photographs will be for sale. Gallery Hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30am – 5:30pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00am – 3:00pm.
For more information on these events and other Mill Street Loft programs, please call Exhibition Coordinator Laurie Clark at 845.838.6235.
Image: Walking Across the River form Beacon to Newburgh” Historic Photo (Late 1800’s) Courtesy of Newburgh Historical Society