Cloth and Clay October Gallery 41 Exhibition "Cloth and Clay" October Gallery 41 Exhibition
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Carol Miller - Greencastle Carol Miller - Greencastle
October Breast Cancer Awareness Month Supporting Traci's Hope Traci's Hope Gallery 41 Fundraiser
Brigida DiGenova - Forest Brigida DiGenova - Forest
Ann Laczak - Lavendar Fields Ann Laczak - Lavendar Fields
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October Exhibition - "Cloth and Clay"

Roz Weinberger

The Exhibition Room at Gallery Forty-One in Owego presents the October show, “Cloth and Clay” by Kirk Holm Madsen and Roz Weinberger.

This show is a celebration of the natural color of the seasons, mixed in the zen quality of the Asian influences of Raku pottery and Itajime Shibori dying technique. The concept is based on simplistic form and vibrant color.


Kirk’s creation of fiber art is influenced by his father’s unique “batik” style, the 1970’s hippy bohemian “tie dye” culture of his youth and today he is drawn to the ancient technique of Japanese, “Shibori” fabric art. He often uses multiple techniques in creating his 2-D and apparel creations.


According to Roz, “working in clay is so visual and tactile that my imagination can go anywhere to create a beautiful array of pieces’. The opportunity to turn a lump of clay into different shapes became fascinating to me. Putting my hands on the clay and combining them with the wheel and watching a form come to life is the ultimate thrill.” Roz Potz pieces are handmade with care with the shapes chosen based on whether the piece will be functional or artistic.

In conjunction with the Historic Owego Marketplace First Friday Art Walk the public is invited to meet Roz and many of the Gallery Forty-One member artists during the opening reception on, Friday, October 6th, 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. The show runs October 5th - November 2nd.

October Featured Member Artist - Donna Fitzpatrick

Donna Fitzpatrick Jewelry  Donna Fitzpatrick

Donna Fitzpatrick for many years, ran a home-based jewelry business selling various collections of fine gold, silver, and gemstone jewelry. She now spend countless hours at gem and bead shows searching for unique beads and enjoys experimenting with various one-of-a-kind necklace designs.  Donna has many styles that will compliment and dress up that perfect outfit.


Tioga Arts & Agricultural Trail
Saturday, Sept. 23 & Oct. 7

Kim Paige Falling Leaves Necklace

Gallery 41 is participating in the First Annual Tioga Arts & Agricultural Trail on Saturday September 23 & October 7 from 10am - 5pm.

The Tioga Arts & Agriculture Trail is a countywide, self-guided tour through the area’s finest art studios and farmland. The trail leads the general public in its discovery of the hidden beauty that is quintessentially Tioga County.

Find the maps for each day here.

For more information see the website www.tiogaartsandagtrail.org and Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/tiogaartsandagtrail/

Gallery 41 Goes Pink in October

Traci's Hope

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month Gallery Forty-One will be hosting a fundraiser for the local charity, Traci's Hope.  Members are donating sales from specially made art and crafts to raise funds for to support people going through breast cancer in our region.

Traci’s Hope is a not-for-profit fund set up to help Men and Women who are going through breast cancer in our area. Traci's Hope pays for many different services that insurance companies don’t pay for. Sometimes it is gas cards, or day care. Sometimes it is house cleaning, or mortgage payments. While fighting this disease, the needs could be endless, and nobody should have to do it alone.

The fundraiser kicks off on First Friday Art Walk, Friday October 6 from 6:00-8:00 PM.

Welcome to Gallery Forty-One

Gallery Forty-One located in downtown Owego, NY, 2009's America's Coolest Small Town, is dedicated to:

  • Supporting a tradition of arts and crafts in the community
  • Providing exhibit space for local artists and crafts people
  • Sponsoring educational opportunities for youth and adults in developing their talent

What Does the Brick Logo stand for?

G41 Brick Logo Gallery Forty-One is located in the downtown historic district of Owego, NY.  If you look up at the front of our building, you will see the zig-zags and chain links of the logo incorporated into the facade of the building.  The G41 brick logo is inverted from what is on the building.  Stop by and check it out!