We’re At It Again!
Pop-Up Gallery in Pound Ridge, NY
Opening May 17th through June 23rd in Pound Ridge Square
Cronin is returning to his old stomping grounds to open a pop-up gallery at Pound Ridge Square in Pound Ridge, NY from Friday, May 17th through Sunday, June 23rd.
Cronin entered this world on the front seat of his parents’ Plymouth Station Wagon in 1972 en route to Mt Kisco Hospital and spent his formidable years on Lake Waccubuc, later graduating from John Jay High School. Cronin’s affection for the area runs deep so when the opportunity presented itself to open a pop-up gallery in Pound Ridge, we said HELL YES!
Adventure is what keeps us going. It is what keeps us engaged, entertained, and ever expanding so we are packing-up a body of Cronin’s original works and heading to Westchester where we will set-up shop once again with the intention of making art feel accessible.
We’ve planned a fun weekend to kick-off the experience starting on Friday, May 17th at 4:00. Word on the street is that the 17th marks the kick-off of Food Truck Fridays in Pound Ridge so why not grab a bite to eat and come say hello. Then on Saturday we’ll be hosting an artist’s meet and greet from 11:00 until 6:00. Come with questions or come just to share a glass of wine with us to celebrate this new adventure.
And the fun keeps rolling from there.
On Sunday we’re kicking off a new partnership with Draws For Paws to raise funds and awareness for the Briarcliff SPCA. Come in and draw your favorite animal with Cronin from 10:00 until 2:00 for a minimum suggested donation of $25. All proceeds go directly to the SPCA. There is a big, long, beautiful story about this new collaboration with Draws For Paws, but we will save that for another time.
Following our fab opening weekend our Pound Ridge location will be open Thursdays through Saturdays from 12:00 to 6:00, Sundays 11:00 to 3:00 or by appointment through June 23rd.
We hope to see you there and please help us spread the good word and share this on Facebook, via email, on instagram, LinkedIn, etc. We need our tribe behind us! Thanks in advance. We’re forever grateful.