Milène J. Fernández


The idea of artists painting outdoors together — every day, rain or shine, sunrise to sunset, basking in nature’s grandeur, encouraging each other — may also conjure an idyllic, bygone era. But this tradition is developing in fresh ways through the Hudson River Fellowship (HRF), a three-week-long summer program administered by New York City’s Grand Central Atelier (GCA). 

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