Artists

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Paul Smiths and New­comb Vis­i­tor Cen­ters in 1989 and 1991. Sub­se­quently, he de­signed and fab­ri­cated 23 ex­hibits on the nat­u­ral world, in­clud­ing Liv­ing in a Green­house: a Le­gacy of Global Warm­ing, the first re­gional trav­el­ing ex­hibit on global warm­ing (1992) and Theodore Roo­sevelt’s Sum­mer Birds of the Adiron­dacks (1998), which trav­eled statewide for the Gov­er­nor’s Spe­cial Com­mis­sion.

Horne met his wife, Ke­van Moss, while both were liv­ing in Ear­lville and work­ing for the Gallery As­so­ci­a­tion of NewYork State south of Hamil­ton in the late 1970s. Horne also played on and man­aged the Ear­lville Town Base­ball Team, which he has tried to squeeze onto ev­ery work re­sume, no mat­ter what ex­pe­ri­ence was re­quired.

To see more of Horne’s work, visit horn­eart.com.

The Arts Café boasts the best of vis­ual artist Erin Earl Salka who re­sides in Edme­ston, N.Y. Salka at­tended SUNY Oswego (‘85’89), where she re­ceived her BA in Zool­ogy and Art. She is cur­rently the owner of Tur­tle Moon Farm Art Stu­dio. She works mostly in col­lage, where her fo­cus is on the lay­ers of the nat­u­ral world. Salka is a re­peat EOH ex­hibit­ing artist, show­ing her solo work 25 years ago in the EOH gal­leries. She is also an ac­tive ar­ti­san who has rou­tinely par­tic­i­pated in sev­eral EOH Hol­i­day Shops.

“My sub­ject mat­ter is our nat­u­ral world and how we are all con­nected in it,” Salka said. “I’m in­ter­ested in evo­lu­tion and the en­vi­ron­ment and the wel­fare of our fel­low an­i­mals. Us­ing wa­ter­color, pen­cil and ripped pa­per col­lage, I try to re­con­struct the lay­ers and blurry lines of this life.”

On dis­play through Dec. 20, art­work can be viewed Tues­days through Fri­days, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Satur­days, noon to 3 p.m., or any­time the Hol­i­day Shop is open. Gallery visits and re­cep­tions are al­ways free and open to the pub­lic and the EOH is wheel­chair-ac­ces­si­ble.

For more in­for­ma­tion, call 315- 691-3550 or visit www.ear­lville­op­er­a­house.com. The Ear­lville Opera House is lo­cated at 18 E. Main St., Ear­lville.

“CNY Hedgerow” by Stephen A. Horne.

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