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In place of on-site gallery reception, Lake George Arts Project will present an Online Talk with Steve Rosenzweig on November 14, 2020, at 4. Click here for the ZOOM link.

Steve Rosenzweig’s materials include metal, wood, canvas, plastic, and paint. Working spontaneously, these materials are cut, bolted, burned, stretched, melted, or poured into works that are developed with no blueprint or specific plan. The pieces evolve as they are being constructed. Rosenzweig’s process relies in improvisation, essential for invention and discovery, as well as deliberation and precision, needed for constructing 3-D works on and off the wall.

Steve Rosenzweig ​earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Printmaking from SUNY Purchase. After receiving his BFA, he moved to NYC and worked as a studio assistant to internationally recognized artist, Red Grooms. Soon after, he embarked on a decades-long stretch working as a Production Designer in the film, television and theater businesses. He has been involved in projects spanning Independent movies, Dr. Seuss-inspired children’s TV programming, to a stage production which premiered at the Salzburg Opera Festival. Rosenzweig’s work is in the collection of the Beinecke Library at Yale University, and in private collections both regionally and in Europe. Recently he was commissioned to create paintings for set decoration for ABC and Warner Brothers Television. He currently lives and works in New York State’s Hudson Valley.

COVID-19 safety guidelines will be in place: Masks are required in the gallery space and the office, and you will be asked to sign in with your name and two points of contact (email, address, and/or phone number). No more than 5 people will be allowed in the gallery at a time, with a 30 minute time frame. Masks will be provided for those that need one, and hand sanitizing stations will be throughout the space. We suggest that you contact the gallery before your visit, since NYS guidelines related to Covid-19 may change.