Hersteading & Creating the Life You Want

romais_galleryIt has been an exciting few months leading to the exhibition, and a joy to see these images up on the wall. Feedback from visitors and curators has been great – comments regarding the depth of the project, the kudos about the non-traditional installation and all the well wishes that come along with all that. Best of all for me, is that Jenna loves the imagery too.

July 18, 6-8pm
Artist Talk • Book Signing • Reception

So we’re getting ready for the artist talk and slide presentation with yours truly, and homesteader and author Jenna Woginrich of Cold Antler Farm.  Exhibition catalogues will be available for purchase and signing, as well as several of Jenna’s books thanks to Northshire Books. The Reception (7-8pm) features a delicious tasting from Bon Bon Brazil NY and Druthers.

“Hersteading:Cold Antler Farm” is a photo project about the energy, life, love, and challenges of a young woman building her dream life on her own farm in upstate NY. A renaissance woman, Jenna Woginrich not just a homesteader: she is an apprentice falconer, archer, fiddler, martial artist, designer, author and fierce believer in creating the life you want, even if others don’t quite understand. Certainly not many can keep up with her, as she has lived several lifetimes worth of experiences and adventures when compared to the average tv-watching americano.

I hope you can make it to our artist/author talk on Monday JULY 18. For those of you that can’t make it to the show before it closes, do not fret: the exhibition catalogue is available for purchase HERE!

The Theatre Gallery at Saratoga Arts 
320 Broadway • Saratoga Springs NY

Hours: Mon-Fri, 9-5pm + Sundays in July, 11-5pm, with extended hours on performance nights (check events calendar for evening hours)


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A HUGE thanks to support by Saratoga Arts, Northshire Books, Druthers Brewing Co, Bon Bon Brazil, Canson Infinity and Archival Methods. Saratoga Arts has made part of this program possible with a Community Arts Grant funded by the NY State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NY State Legislature.