Greenburgh Arts And Culture

         "We celebrate the creative arts!"

Sarah Bracey White, Executive Director. Advisory Board: Kevin Morgan, Town Board Liaison;  Gwen Cort, Carolyn McNair, and Barbara Mohr


Madeleine Gutman Gallery

Greenburgh celebrates

Women’s History Month

O X Y G E N:

creative Expression in the Second Act

a multimedia exhibit by 

Lynne St. Clare Foster

Lynne St. Clare Foster lives and works as an illustrator in New York City. She received her BFA from Pratt Institute and her MFA from the School of Visual Arts in the Illustration as Visual Essay program.

The focus of her illustration is on the Conceptual Portrait where idea and form converge. “My goal is to translate raw emotion into a visual image, thus able to enlighten, amuse, or sometimes even disturb,” say Ms. Foster. Her clients include The Red Betty Theatre, Cincinnati Magazine, Delaware Today Magazine, Congregations, and Mainline Today.  She is a monthly contributor to the Brooklyn based newspaper The Indypendent. Her work is included in “Artists Against the War” a publication of poems and images depicting illustrators’ views on war. Her photography has been included in one-woman and group exhibits including, The Malcolm X Shabazz Center and Arthouse New York. She is a professor at Pratt Institute, and at City College in NYC.

Ms. Foster has just completed mounting a solo show in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia entitled “And then Comes a Dream,” and is presently in a group show at the University of Malaya.

Her illustration IF I WAS MADE OF CAKE, I'd eat myself before someone else could has recently been accepted into the Society of Illustrators L.A. Annual show.

Her exhibit in the Madeleine Gutman Gallery will run from March 1st thru April 30th. A meet-the-artist, Women’s History Month discussion will be held at Greenburgh Town Hall on Saturday, March 16th, from 1 – 3 pm. The public is invited to this free event. Light refreshments and live music. Greenburgh Town Hall is accessible, and there is free parking.