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Q & A: Retired art professor Chuck Matteson leaves mark on SUNY Cobleskill

Chuck Matteson stands next to “Natty Bumpo’s Needle,” an outdoor sculpture he created in Cherry Valley. (photo courtesy of Chuck Matteson)
Chuck Matteson stands next to “Natty Bumpo’s Needle,” an outdoor sculpture he created in Cherry Valley. (photo courtesy of Chuck Matteson)
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When art professor Charles Matteson retired from the State University of New York at Cobleskill, he left behind a weighty reminder of his 29 years on campus. More than a decade ago, Matteson designed the eight-ton marker made of natural Adirondack granite that’s the signpost at the entrance to the college. For nearly three decades, while teaching art history and studio design classes, Matteson was also the director of the college’s Grosvenor Gallery. Situated on ...


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