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Remington director Laura Foster with the museum's 1898 wash drawing, <i>The 9th cavalry colored troops on washing duty in the Gulf</i>.   Photo:  Todd Moe
Remington director Laura Foster with the museum's 1898 wash drawing, The 9th cavalry colored troops on washing duty in the Gulf. Photo: Todd Moe

Remington Art Museum's newest treasure: 1890's wash drawing

The Frederic Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg recently added a new piece to its permanent collection. The Remington Museum is home to many of the 19th century artist's best-known bronze sculptures and oil paintings.

On display in the Addie Priest Newell Gallery is an 1898 original wash drawing by Remington. Museum director Laura Foster gave Todd Moe a tour of the newest acquisition.  Go to full article
Jonathan Foster.  Photo:  Jonathan Foster
Jonathan Foster. Photo: Jonathan Foster

New Music: Jonathan Foster's "Sabbatical"

You can take a musician out of the Adirondacks, but somewhere in the music there's still a link back home. California singer-songwriter Jonathan Foster released his debut studio album, Sabbatical, earlier this year.

It's the result of a monthly song-writing and recording project that suddenly became a full length record. Foster grew up in Cranberry Lake, studied biology at SUNY-ESF in Syracuse and in 2004, settled on the west coast.  Go to full article
"Lobo Calls His Mate",  Paul Pedersen, inspired by Untitled (possibly The Cigarette).
"Lobo Calls His Mate", Paul Pedersen, inspired by Untitled (possibly The Cigarette).

New art and old favorites to celebrate Remington's 150th

The Frederic Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg is celebrating Remington's 150th birthday this season with three exhibits. October 4 is Remington's actual birthday, but the new exhibits are open this weekend.

Todd Moe walked through the exhibits with curator Laura Foster, starting with the "Fred and Friends" display, filled with new art inspired by a Remington work in the museum's collection.  Go to full article

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