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Darren Waterston

After six fruitful months working in my friend’s Hudson studio, the new year started with an inordinate amount of boxes, bubble wrap and packing tape, preparing for two big moves. The first was to pack up the Hudson studio and the completed paintings for my upcoming exhibition opening at DC Moore Gallery on March 23rd. Secondly, overcoming many obstacles along the way, Jason and I bought a splendid Dutch colonial house in Kinderhook, New York just outside of Hudson – now my primary home and studio.

Darren Waterston Studio

Last days in Jim Denney’s beautiful Hudson studio.

Darren Waterston

Inversion Landscape was the final painting to be finished before all easels and paints were packed up.

Darren Waterston

The ever-fabulous Lauren Clark helped in the move and exhibition preparations, including modeling with the color bar for art photographer Pete Mauney.

Darren Waterston

Who knew that Upstate New York has one of the finest art handlers in the state, and in Kinderhook no less!  Thanks to Jed and his exceptional crew, Func Art Design oversaw all the packing and storage of the new work, transporting it all on a snowy January day.

Darren Waterston, new home 2018

Darren Waterston

The Pruyn House, built in 1766 is so profoundly beautiful. We just moved in two weeks ago and still taking in the immensity of it all.  Tancred and Beatrice are settling in nicely as well. We are feeling very fortunate indeed.

Darren Waterston

Attached to the historic house a long, light-filled wing was built, opening up to the formal gardens. This is now my new studio!

Darren Waterston

My exhibition of new paintings Ecstatic Landscape opens March 23rd at DC Moore Gallery in New York. Hope to see you there.