September 21 – December 21
Draftsman, Painter, Printmaker and Educator Christopher Seubert will exhibit a selection of drawings, watercolors, oils and prints, illustrating local landscapes, still lifes, and portraits at the Library. Chris is an Adjunct Instructor at SUNY Ulster, where he serves as Program Coordinator for the Academic Travel Program, leading drawing based study abroad programs to Europe (London, Paris, Rome, Florence, Madrid, and Barcelona). He is the recipient of SUNY’s Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching and a was awarded a Title III Mini Grant for program development in the Fine Arts Department at SUNY Ulster. He has participated in group exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Dahesh Museum in Manhattan and appeared in American Artist Magazine, and actively exhibits locally in one-man and group shows; he was also featured in the emerging artist show at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz. Chris was Guest Lecturer at Historic Wheeling West Virginia, 2014 en plein air painting workshop.
Selected residencies include The Prince of Wales Foundation in collaboration with the Prince of Wales Drawing Institute and with the kind benefaction of Trustee Christopher Forbes, at the Château de Balleroy in Normandy, France 2000 and Artist in Residence at Platte clove 2017.
Chris is an active member of our Library and has offered to donate 10% of any sales from his exhibit to the library building restoration. Chris on Facebook