Then And Now

August 4, 2021 through September 19, 2021

It started in 1991 when the doors opened to the Warren Street Gallery located at 316 Warren Street in Hudson, NY. Carrie Haddad’s launch of this exhibition space was the first of its kind in the city and featured work by local artists. What began as an artist-run cop-op quickly became Haddad’s full-time profession when she relocated up the street to the gallery’s current home at 622 Warren Street. For the next three decades, Haddad highlighted an impressive stable of artists and fostered a devoted collector base in Hudson and beyond. Motivated by the belief that art is for everyone, a primary goal has been to create a welcoming place in the community to access it. To this day, you never quite know what you will see when you walk in the front door; oil paintings depicting local landscape views, grand scale installations, or darkly humorous photographs – the offerings reflect the rich variety of talent that is drawn to live and work in the Hudson Valley.
“Then and Now”, celebrating the 30th anniversary, opens August 4th – September 19th and pays special tribute to some of the first artists who exhibited with Carrie Haddad in the early 90s. This exhibit will juxtapose an early work with a more recent creation by each artist including Cynthia Atwood, Jean Campbell, Howard Crouch, Ann Getsinger, David Halliday, Valerie Hammond, Peter Hoffman, Phyllis Palmer, Joy Taylor, and Laura Von Rosk.

Our opening receptions were suspended in 2020 due to the pandemic. We miss offering the experience to meet and mingle with the artists and other art lovers and plan to resume this tradition with a BIG PARTY on Saturday, August 7th from 5-7 PM!

Carrie Haddad Gallery is open day from 11-5pm (except Tuesdays by appointment only). Please contact info@carriehaddadgallery.com or call (518) 828-1915 with inquiries or for more information.

David Halliday


Ann Getsinger


Cynthia Atwood


Jean Campbell


Joy Taylor


Laura Von Rosk


Peter Hoffman


Phyllis Palmer (Painting)


Valerie Hammond