The Agricultural Stewardship Association’s Landscapes for Landsake is an annual art exhibition that celebrates both the agricultural heritage and stunning landscapes of the Upper Hudson Valley. Now in its 19th year, the show is the region’s largest art buying event of the season.
The 3-day event is typically held every Columbus Day weekend in the magnificent 19th-century post and beam barn at Maple Ridge, but this year’s event will be held online. So, their inaugural Virtual Event to Benefit Farmland Conservation will run through October 9~30th with works displayed on www.LandscapesforLandsake.com.
Many of the featured artists are internationally recognized painters. There is also a strong representation of works in other media, including sculpture, ceramics, photography, and furniture. To tell us more – we welcome Katie Jilek - ASA's Communications Manager and the main organizer of our Landscapes for Landsake art event and Leah McCloskey - the Curator of the show.