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Arkell show features Mohawk; 2nd exhibit has Pleissner works

Walter Hatke's "Of Time and the Mohawk River." (Arkell Museum at Canajoharie Collection)
Walter Hatke's "Of Time and the Mohawk River." (Arkell Museum at Canajoharie Collection)
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Bartlett Arkell’s penchant for realism is strikingly apparent in The Arkell Museum’s two newest exhibitions, “Of Time and the Mohawk River,” and “Ogden Pleissner,” both of which feature works from the museum’s permanent collection. Through June 1, visitors can take in views of the Mohawk Valley area by a variety of artists over nearly two centuries as well as Pleissner’s depictions of places he traveled. A panoramic view of the Rexford Bridge looking west draws ...


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