The Pearl Fine Arts Gallery is located in the historic Village of Stone Ridge, New York, situated in beautiful Ulster County on the Western side of the mid Hudson River Valley.
The Gallery specializes in 20th Century and Contemporary Modern Art. It also features Primitive Arts of the Native Americans, Africans and of Papua New Guinea.
Ulster County is gifted with a diverse repertoire of two and three-dimensional artists. Due to the close proximity of SUNY (State University of New York) New Paltz and Bard College, the area is a draw for aspiring young artists. Their talented promising students and world-renowned faculty add to the diversity and flavor of the local art scene.
Only 90 miles from Manhattan the Pearl provides an elegant backdrop for a wealth of talented local and international artists. The intimate setting of the interior of the gallery allows for clients to view work up close in a residential “salon” style setting. Outside, clients may stroll down the landscaped walkway through the Sculpture garden and view larger scale sculptural installations in a natural setting.

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There is a new art show every five weeks, starting in April and running though the end of January. Each exhibition focuses on creating an interaction, a visual tension or harmony initiated by the different mediums and styles of the art works displayed. There is an emphasis on the importance of all formats of art and how they relate to each other.
The owner and director of the Gallery, Miss Chrissy Glenn is a metal sculptress and macro photographer. She opened the Pearl in August of 2004. In 2007 she started curating the galleries at Lifebridge Sanctuary in Rosendale, New York. The Lifebridge space focuses on uplifting art, which celebrates nature and the spirit of mankind. She is also the curator of a new space, Le Salon Prive' in Soho, New York City, also opened in 2007.
Miss Glenn attended Moore College of Art, and Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science in Philadelphia. She apprenticed under Metal Sculptor Val Bertoia and has held Ateliers for her own work in Philadelphia, London, and New York. Her work can be seen at and

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