Everyday Life

            Every Day Art


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Cloud Croft Studios in collaboration with the Butternut Gallery and the Tioga Arts Council is excited to announce the establishment of “Everyday Life, Every Day Art”, a juried regional art exhibition to benefit the Tioga County Anti-Hunger Task Force.


“Everyday Life, Every Day Art” takes place September 8-29 of 2018.


The exhibit is open to artists within a one hundred mile radius of Owego, encompassing twenty five counties in New York and Pennsylvania. 

This exhibit is being presented in conjunction with The Butternut Gallery & Second Story Books of Montrose, PA who has organized the immensely successful regional focus – exploring our regional sense of self for the past nine years.


Through experience, expertise, support and art we hope to make this an annual event our county can be proud of. Please join us.


Fingerlakes Region: 96 South through Owego

                                 Cross Court Street Bridge

                                 Turn right on Rt 434/Southside Drive


North/South: I81 to 17 West / I86 West

East/West : Take Exit 64 off Rt 17 / I86

                    Head West on Rt 434/Southside Drive

Rt 434 / Southside Drive 

                    Heading West, as you head up the hill, stay left onto Waits Road

                    Follow Waits Road for 3 miles 

                            Pass Pheasant Hill Gold Course, Southside Fire Station

                    At intersection of Sanford Road and Waits (White Church) turn left

                    Cloud Croft Studio is on your right across from the Gibson Corner's cemetery 



Distinquished Jurors

Michael Stolzer

Michael Stolzer is an artist and gallery owner who divides his time between Oneonta and New York, NY. His work can be viewed in the main lobby of the Waldorf Astoria in New York City where his commissioned sculpted glass panels are permanently installed. His work is also in the permanent collections of Conde Naste, The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz and the Woodstock Center for Photography, among others.

Cathy Rosa Klimaszewski

Cathy Rosa Klimaszewski is the Associate Director/Harriet Ames Charitable Trust Curator of Education at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum/Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. She has curated numerous exhibitions with concentration on art quilts, wood and furniture. She has worked as an artist, art educator and museum professional with degrees from Syracuse University.

Kathryn Lesoine

Kathryn Lesoine is an artist working and living in Montrose, PA whose work combines her long standing original medium of photography with a fairly new interest in encaustic. Her pieces began capturing images nuanced from her garden and have transitioned to the abstract, investigating the possibilities inherent in different papers and pigments combined with beeswax. She has exhibited primarily in Northeast Pennsylvania.








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 Mike & Suzanne Poe



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Wagner Lumber

Joe Shortino

Las Chicas Taqueria

SDC Concrete 

Owego Kitchen

Owego Early Antique Cntr

Left Bank

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Carol's Art Bar

Home Central

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Hand of Man

Black Cat Gallery

Glen Park Vineyards

Brenda Cronk

The Cellar Restaurant

Price Chopper



September 7 - Awards Presentation (by invitation)

         6-8 PM

September 8 - 29 Open to public

         Wednesday -Sunday    12-5

         Evenings by appointment

September 19 Tioga Arts Council Member Appreciation