Indigenous Voices: Landscapes from the Permanent Collection
Woodstock Artists Association & Museum
28 Tinker Street
This exhibition explores the historical contexts of a selection of landscapes from the permanent collection acknowledging the Native American significance of well-known mountains, rivers, fields and sites in the region. Eighteen works will be on view including paintings, photographs, and prints presented alongside extended labels that identify the Native American territories depicted, and the tribes – Mohican and Munsee – who inhabited the Hudson Valley for centuries before being forced out by European settlers.
Image Attached: Lorna Massie, Mohonk Cloudbreak, 1985, serigraph.