Time flies…

A retrospective of the last decade of artist Carla Goldberg’s work opens June 8 in Beacon.

Hudson Valley artist and independent curator Carla Goldberg is taking a pause to look back over her past 10 years of work.

And the retrospective of this decade of creativity will take the form of an exhibition, “Ten Years Gone,” set to open June 8 at BAU, Beacon Artist Union. The show, which Goldberg tells us will explore “a decade of experimentations at BAU that became solo exhibitions” for her, will be celebrated during a reception set for 6 to 9 p.m. June 8.

We’re heading up to Beacon soon to check it out – and will share more on Goldberg, first featured in WAG back in the summer of 2015, in our July issue.

To catch the show, which will continue through July 7, visit BAU at 506 Main St.

For more, visit baugallery.org or carlagoldberg.com.

– Mary Shustack

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