Arts: Woodstock Colony

Woodstock, quaint village in Ulster County, N. Y., (heart of the Catskills) is the home of an arresting colony of painters, sculptors, craftsmen. They club together each summer for an exhibition by their own members, the fourth of which is now in progress.

The uniqueness of Woodstock lies in the amiable tolerance with which the "conservative" lamb and the "radical" lion of the art world lie down together. The constitution of the Woodstock Association provides that the board of directors shall always be equally divided between the radical and conservative groups. Such well-known...

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