'Greenwood Lake Greetings' outdoor exhibit dedication is tomorrow

| 30 Sep 2011 | 09:22

The works of local artists Louis Delsarte and Gad Nusinov to greet those entering the village GREENWOOD LAKE - The Village of Greenwood Lake will now be home to “Greenwood Lake Greetings,” an outdoor art exhibit featuring works by local artists Louis Delsarte and Gad Nusinov. A public reception will be held on tomorrow, Feb. 5 from 3 to 5 p.m. at Breezy Point Inn on Jersey Avenue. The installation features digitally printed, oversized reproductions (approximately six feet tall by six feet wide ) of Delsarte’s “Greenwood Lake” and Nusinov’s “Fall” as well as a dedication panel. The panels will be hung on the exterior of a local wall paper factory at 673 Jersey Avenue starting Feb. 6. “I spent my childhood in Greenwood Lake and have wonderful memories of that time,” said Delsarte. “In this piece I wanted to capture the beauty of those simple times of the summer around the lake.” Nusinov’s “Fall” captures the tranquility of the lake at the height of fall foliage season. “I was inspired by the crimson leaves of Sterling Forest on the east bank of the lake that are an annual festival of color which should not be missed,” said Nusinov. In addition to celebrating the lake, the project celebrates a community member and supporter of the arts, Trustee Agnes T. Kilduff, who passed away in November after a lengthy battle with cancer. Kilduff was known for her cheery disposition and despite her illness she would often remark “at least I look good,” according to event organizers. This project was conceived, directed and produced by area resident Melanie Gold and is intended to provide “a warm and inviting welcome to those entering Greenwood Lake from New Jersey.” This project is made possible, in part, with funds from Orange County Tourism, the County of Orange, and contributions from local businesses and supporters. Meet the artists Louis Delsarte Described as a figurative painter of dream-like compositions, Delsarte emerged onto the art scene more than thirty-five years ago as a painter. Using texture, abstraction, paints, ebony pencil and mixed media, Delsarte takes the viewer to the depths of his own experiences and imagination. Visit www.louisdelsarte.com to learn more. Gad Nusinov Born in Israel, Gad has studied graphic design at Bat Yam in Israel and fine arts at The Art Students League in New York City. His work has been seen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art as various reproductions of Egyptian, Chinese and Italian sculptures as well as reproductions of various paintings. Gad’s original paintings and prints have exhibited and sold in Tel Aviv and the United States in various galleries. In the last 4 years, he has devoted all of his time to his art. Visit www.gadnusinov.com to learn more.