The Artist Guild of Hoosick was formed to encourage and promote artists in the Hoosick area. We believe by offering enriching and engaging opportunities to our area we animate, engage and strengthening the life in the community.
hoosickbeings – The hoosickbeings project gave community members of all ages and talents the chance to create a totem-like structure that depicts the characters and spirit of the community.
Hoosick has Heart – This community art project featured 100 ceramic hearts hand-painted and decorated by community members, meant to emphasize the love and strength Hoosick-ians feel for the place they call home.
Bloom Launch – Welcome the colors and beauty of spring! Hoosick’s first-ever “Bloom Launch” featured fifty blue spheres on which local community artists painted colorful blooms of their own creation. Finished spheres were displayed in both The Perry Room of the HAYC3 Armory and throughout the Hoosick community.
Hoosick Wish Keepers – Hand-painted with scenes depicting or inspired by the Hoosick community, these one-of-a-kind boxes are perfect for holding your most precious treasures. Designed and painted by local artists, they make great gift and keepsakes. The first workshop will be Tuesday, November 1st at 6:00pm in the Art & Soul Room.
Who’s Looking at You? Hoo-Hoosick Mosaic Project was unveiled at HAYC3’s annual . Twenty community artists turned old pottery into unique mosaic owl masterpieces. The twenty owls will be unveiled at our second annual Feed Your Soul, Feed Your Neighbor event.
Pop-Up Seats! consisted of eight benches made from repurposed materials that were painted in a pop-art style and placed around town.
Winter Blues: The Blue Door Project – See all the doors!
Painting Hoosick: Community Bench Project – Download the map.
Hoosick is Illuminated – More info here.
Hoosick Community Quilt Project – Members of the community came together to craft a Hoosick Falls quilt. Individuals, families, and friends were invited to create a quilt square of their own, which was compiled into a full-size community quilt, and was released at Hoosick Hullabaloo.
The Parasol Project consisted thirty-three handpainted parasols that were completed by community members as part of HAYC3’s winter 2015 art programs.
The Barn Quilt Snowmen Project consisted of twenty-two snowmen that were uniquely painted and then displayed throughout the community as part of an art installation.
The Hoosick Barn Quilt Trail is a community-wide celebration of art, music, and rural culture in Hoosick. Thirty-one barn quilts were painted by Hoosick community members, and then hung on barns and buildings throughout the town. The barn quilts celebrate our community and our heritage in the Town of Hoosick, Village of Hoosick Falls, and the surrounding hamlets. Download the map.