The Castle on the Hudson is pleased to host an exhibition of paintings and sculpture by critically acclaimed Tarrytown resident Kristof Wrobel. Mr. Wrobel’s journey to artistic success was the subject of an article in the summer issue of River Journal. His work, which has been juxtaposed with that of Rembrandt, Renoir and Rodin, is included in the permanent collection of the Vatican and the Jewish Museum in New York City.
This exhibit which opens on Friday, January 30th and continues through the end of February, is open to the general public and is the latest in a series of such endeavors sponsored by The Castle on the Hudson to highlight the work of local artists.
The exhibit features oil paintings by Mr. Wrobel which depict local landmarks such as Lyndhurst, Sunnyside, Marymount, Van Cortlandt Manor, The Castle on the Hudson and the Hudson River from Kingsland Point Park. Examples of Mr. Wrobel’s work may be found on his web site http://kristofwrobel.com