Annual Winter Wine and Art Auction  — Friday, December 28, 2018, 6:00 – 8:00 PM

Mark your calendar and purchase tickets!


Holiday Show Artists’ Reception, December 8th at Windham Fine Arts, 5:00 – 7:30 pm.

The For the Love of Art Holiday Show Artists’ Reception features snowy landscapes of the Catskills with music presented by renowned guitarist, Cue Gerhards.

For the Love of Art is an uplifting show of beautiful works of passion and possibilities. Each painting tells a story and conveys why the gift of art is the best gift to give. Paintings in mixed media, oils and acrylics, sculptures, photography, and local scenes await you. Mara Lehmann unveils her newest collection of the Catskills—snowy landscapes, starry nights, and winter wonderlands; each are awe inspiring.  Kevin Cook joins us with his latest works influenced by the great American painter, George Inness. Shimmering with color and feeling, Kevin’s paintings capture nature and its mystique. Velvet Skies, a painting of NYC in the snow, by Joseph Keiffer simply grabs you.  With additional works of vivid and stunning imagery of the Catskills, Joseph is at his finest this holiday. Mireille Duchesne stuns with abstract paintings of winter skies, creeks, and ponds.   Artwork is also available from our many esteemed artists including John Greene, Adam Colangelo, Tom Key, Kim Do, Olive Farrell, Lisbeth Firmin, and Maya Farber.


Local Scenes, December 1, 2018 — January 13, 2019

Windham Fine Arts is opening a dedicated space of local scenes.  Downtown Windham, the Hudson River, North Lake South Lake, Windham Mountain, Kaaterskill Falls, plus skiers, hikers, and country roads. There’s artwork for everyone visiting our town and the Catskills.  Local Scenes offers gifts to share or that ‘little something to take home’ — a memory of the Catskills, our gem in the sky.  Featured artists include:  Susan Cushin, Kim Do, Mara Lehmann, Kevin Cook, Olive Farrell, Maya Farber, Scott Balfe, Tom Key, Anne Johann, and Robert Schneider.


For the Love of Art Holiday Show, December 1, 2018 – January 13, 2019

Opening Reception, December 1st at Windham Fine Arts, 5:00 – 7:30 pm.

Beautiful works of passion and possibilities created by esteemed artists are displayed. Each painting tells a story and conveys why the gift of art is best gift to give. Paintings in mixed media, oils and acrylics, sculptures, photography, and local scenes await you.



Work of Art: Cue Gerhard Guitars, November 9, 2018 – January 13, 2019

Showing now through December at Windham Fine Arts. Cue Gerhard’s guitars are a unique work of art. Known throughout the music industry for his expertise, integrity and passion for achieving uncompromising quality, Cues’ one-of-a-kind guitars are a must see and must have.  Pioneering exotic color combinations and artistic finishing techniques, Cue combines more than 40 years as a woodworker, finisher, luthier, and working musician.


Artist Reception – Saturday, September 15th , 5:00 – 7:30 pm


Art Opening – Saturday, September 1st

Opening September 1st, Windham Fine Arts presents two new art shows:  Copper, Clay, and Steel in the North Gallery; Figures and Places in the South Gallery.

The Artists’ Reception follows on Saturday, September 15th, 5:00 to 7:30pm.

Copper, Clay, & Steel

It’s a love affair that began in his grandfather’s workshop, says Adam Colangelo, experimenting with scraps of copper during his formative years.  In the years since, Colangelo has created signature pieces in copper producing patinas and finishes so rich in detail, causing one to pause.  Lisa Battle crafts distinctive abstract sculptures by hand building them with stoneware clay. Inspired by patterns created through wind, water and motion, each piece is pit and wood kiln fired replicating the texture and subtleties of nature.  While steel is hard, Richardo Arango tames it producing abstract pieces both large and small and in color, demonstrating the diversity of this powerful medium.

Figures & Places

Lisbeth Firmin, captures the light and energy of a specific moment in time.  Capturing the relationship between people and their urban environment, Lisbeth rides the line between abstraction and realism.  Mireille Duchesne sparks emotion with her earthy yet sensual glimpses of life. As does Sonia Schories, a master sketcher, she captures people in motion and engaged in thought amid daily life.   Sonia goes beyond the physical features to capture the personalities of her subjects.   Finally, Leila Yassami takes us on a journey of reflective individuals and cultures.  Her work brings to fore the three-dimensional effect of working with live models.