About Chace-Randall Gallery, LLC

 

CONSULTING & LODGING ONLY, GALLERY CLOSED

Chace Randall Gallery, founded in the Hamlet of Andes, NY, is now a cyber based, Pop-Up exhibition, appointment only contemporary Fine Art gallery, representing the most prestigious Artists showing in the Western Catskills and beyond, as all gallery artists are of stellar caliber and sport impressive exhibition histories—many museum exhibited and collected.

History:

Owner and Director Zoe Randall  founded Chace-Randall Gallery  in 2005 in one of the Hamlet of Andes' original Main Street Victorians. Wanting to make the building's history part of the gallery experience, Randall named it for the former residence's original owner, George E. Chace, who built the house in 1878.

That building lives in our hearts always.

We do keep a wing in the home. We do keep inventory. We welcome you to our balcony wing and are happy to entertain home and artist studio visits, as well as offer private Art consultations.

We also offer Gallery Lodging:

www.chacerandallgallery.com/gallerylodging.htm

 

About the Gallery Owner/Director:

Zoe RandallFrom New York City, Zoe Randall has a background in critical and creative writing. She holds a Master's Degree in English Literature and taught in the City University system for five years.

While living and writing in Savannah, GA, during the late 1990's, Randall reviewed for Art Papers (Atlanta) and Women in Performance (NYU), and had a weekly Art column in The Savannah Morning News and Connect Savannah. She was a regular Art feature writer for  Southern Living and Savannah Magazine, lectured at The School of Visual Arts, and served on the Individual Artist's Grant review board, City of Savannah, Department of Cultural Affairs. She has also served as solo juror for several museums and workshops nationally and abroad.

After relocating to the Catskills, Randall had a successful run as Director of the Enderlin Gallery, Roxbury, where according to one critic, Randall "single-handedly raised the bar for the quality of art galleries in the Catskills."

Chace-Randall Gallery continues to raise that bar.

 

photograph,"Sunset at Casa Candela," courtesy of Lisa Candela

 

 

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photo of Ms Randall courtesy of Lisa Candela, 2010