The Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce will be hosting an exhibit for Tammy McCue, a local artist in its art gallery. The exhibit entitled, ?Tammy?s Treasures? will be on display in the Chamber Gallery, 2 N. Main St., Gloversville, throughout the month of December. The Gallery is open for viewing Monday through Friday from 8:00am until 5:00pm each day. There will be an art show reception on Thursday, December 5th from 5 PM ? 7 PM for the public to meet the artist. Art has been a major part of McCue?s life, and over time has learned many techniques including stone printing lithographs, air brush painting, and working with stained glass. In college she earned a bachelor?s in fine arts, master?s in arts and a teaching certificate in art. McCue was born with Epilepsy, but the past year has been especially hard on her because the disease has worsened. In May and June of 2019 McCue had to endured 2 major brain surgeries. Resulting out of the trauma her art style changed, and she begun working with antique jewelry, which has been a form of rehabilitation for her. McCue?s work will be available for purchase at the Chamber during the show and with Christmas right around the corner, you can pick up purchased artwork beginning December 16th to have it home for the holidays. McCue will be donating the money from her pieces to the Chamber scholarship program. For more information, or if you would like to inquire about showing your artwork in the Chamber Gallery Rotunda, please call Nicole Tennant at (518) 725-0641 or e-mail email@example.com.
The work of New York State artist/printmaker Deborah Geurtze reflects a deeply rooted connection to the landscape of New York State.