Internationally recognized and the Hudson Valley’s pre-eminent landscape photographer, Nick Zungoli’s work has been widely collected since 1979 when he opened Exposures Gallery in the Art and Craft Hamlet of Sugar Loaf, New York. To date he has sold over 50,000 original prints to a long list of collectors including celebrities such as Steven Spielberg and Quincy Jones. …read more
Welcome to one of the oldest shops in Sugar Loaf, “The Village of Craftsmen”. We specialize in Authentic Barn-board picture frames made by hand from antique weathered wood. This is the real thing – no stains, no sandblasting, no distressing, just beautifully weathered, carefully chosen 100 to 200 year old siding from American Barns.
We offer 28 years of Custom Framing experience for your oils, photos, prints and posters as well as many standard size frames in stock
Our gallery is full of prints custom framed in barn-board by Andrew Wyeth, Eric Sloane, Pauline Campelli, Norman Rockwell, Grandma Moses, …read more
Come visit Bertoni Gallery and see our new collection of handmade copper earrings.
Rachel Bertoni-Finstad has been making jewelry since 1982. She has a BA in art education with an MFA in sculpture. Over the years, Bertoni has worked with many different materials however she primarily works with silver and gold, semi-precious & precious stones in her unique handmade jewelry items.
In 2010 Rachel Bertoni celebrated her ten year anniversary at Bertoni Gallery in Sugar Loaf. She is an artist in resident and has created many one of kind and custom designs pieces over the years for both individual …read more
BLISS Co-op, located in Romer’s Alley (Loafer Walking Map # 12) is the first creative cooperative for women artisans in Sugar Loaf. The shop showcases the work of over 30 local & regional women providing them with a platform to pursue their passion.
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Photographer Nick Zungoli’s interest in exotic world travel began when he bought his first camera while hitchhiking through Europe in 1972. Since opening his Exposures Gallery in the Art and Craft hamlet of Sugar Loaf over thirty years ago, his wanderlust has taken him to many destinations. In March, 2013, Nick added Cuba to a long list of photo projects. Via private car, taxi and bus, he made his way from vibrant Havana to the western tobacco region around Viñales as well as Trinidad, the oldest settlement in the “New World.” The artist shares his visual impressions from the …read more