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"Summer Wheatfield" by Marie Cole is included in "The Luminous Landscape" at Albert Shahinian Fine Art in Rhinebeck.(Photo: Courtesy photo)
A group of artists is offering their individual interpretations on landscape painting in an exhibit that continues this month in Rhinebeck.
"The Luminous Landscape" is on view at Albert Shahinian Fine Art and marks 20 years as annual national invitational exhibition of contemporary landscape painting.
Subtitled "20-20-20," the show features 20 exhibitors, including 13 who have participated in the show since 1998, along with seven artists new to the gallery, according to a written release.
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Featured artists include Paul Abrams, Eline Barclay, Jane Bloodgood-Abrams, James Coe, Marie Cole, Karl Dempwolf, Cynthia Dill, David Eddy, Marilyn Fairman, Kari Feuer, Gary Fifer, Todd Germann, Jorge Hernandez, Betsy Jacaruso, Arnold Levine, Crista Pisano, James Ransome, Thomas Sarrantonio, Christie Scheele and Robert Trondsen.
"Pastoral Storm" by Gary Fifer is included in "The Luminous Landscape" at Albert Shahinian Fine Art in Rhinebeck. (Photo: Courtesy photo)
"The Luminous Landscape" has featured the work of more than 45 artists in its 20 years as a showcase "to promote a broader and deeper understanding of — and appreciation for — aspects of contemporary realism in landscape painting," according to the release.
Owner Albert Shahinian's curatorial focus has been "to show original, thoughtful and well-crafted work by mid- and late-career artists, whose works eschew literalism (and, especially, photorealism), sentimentalism and commercialism."
"Road to Amenia" by James Ransome is included in "The Luminous Landscape" at Albert Shahinian Fine Art in Rhinebeck. (Photo: Courtesy photo)
Albert Shahinian Fine Art is at 22 East Market St., third floor, Rhinebeck. Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday-Saturday; noon-5 p.m., Sunday; and by appointment. Call 845-876-7578 or visit www.shahinianfineart for more information.
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