On Works of Noted Hudson Valley Photographer

Photo credit: Eric LindbloomWork Prints: Eric Lindbloom’s Panoramas of the Hudson Valley Milton Turnpike Orchard, Milton, NY 1998

POUGHKEEPSIE – Vassar’s Archives and Special Collections Library will host an online exhibition of the works of noted Hudson Valley photographer Eric Lindbloom, the College announced. The exhibit may be viewed at https://vclibrary.vassarspaces.net/workprints/

The public is invited to participate in a Zoom presentation of commentary on Lindbloom’s work, including personal recollections by the artist’s son, James Lindbloom, who donated his father’s photographs to the Library. The program will be held April 8 from 7 to 8:15 p.m. Those wishing to register for a Zoom link to the event may do so by going to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/work-prints-eric-lindblooms-panoramas-of-the-hudson-valley-tickets-142914074845

Eric Lindbloom published a number of books of his work, and exhibited in many galleries both locally and in other parts of the United States. He was the husband of former Vassar English Professor Nancy Willard. Other local artists who will participate in the online program include Monica Church, Michele Burgess, Bill Kelly, and Sasha Bush. Their remarks will be followed by a question-and-answer session.

Ronald Patkus, Associate Director of the Libraries for Special Collections, said the College was grateful to have received the collection of Lindbloom’s work. ““We’re thrilled to receive this donation,” Patkus said. “Eric was a longtime member of the Vassar community, and the collection not only expands our holdings of Eric’s work but also provides important documentation of, and perspective on, the Hudson Valley.”

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