At 85, Doug Craft & Elizabeth Harms

At 85 with Elizabeth Harms and Douglas Craft was shown at the CAS Arts Center, Catskill Art Society Livingston Manor, NY  Saturday, March 20 to Sunday, April 25

The exhibition was a mini retrospective of husband and wife, Douglas Craft and Elizabeth Harms, each reaching the milestone age of 85. Their work mostly consisting of abstract oil paintings. Craft and Harms are residents of Jeffersonville, NY. This exhibition will be one of the few times during their careers that they will share a gallery. Collectively their work is presented in the collections of the Newark Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, Jersey City Museum, among many others.

This collection of snapshots depicts the hanging of the show.

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Also view the images as a gallery, below.


1 Response to At 85, Doug Craft & Elizabeth Harms

  1. Hello. Gretchen and Jack Bingham here. From 1970-1974, we rented an apartment on the top floor of a victorian house in Jersey City, just above Betty and Doug. We are now in Toronto, Ontario, and have lived here since 1987. We had some correspondence with Doug and Betty, and were so pleased to come across this showing of their work. I’m not clear what year this would have been shown. If you are in contact with them, please pass along our address, as we have sinced moved into the heart of the City. We have two of Doug’s smaler works, one in chalk and the other, I believe is acrylic. We loved being their neighbours – such wonderful spirits.
    Gretchen and Jack Bingham
    46R Spruce Street
    Toronto Ontario M5A 2H9

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