Neversink artisits at CWC

Margaretville — Oil paintings, watercolors and photographs comprise an eclectic exhibition by Neversink artist Sara Alexander Munoz now on view at the Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) offices, 905 Main Street, Margaretville.

The show, which includes 19 works ranging from landscapes to an intriguing desktop still life, will be on view through March 15. It can be seen during regular business hours, Monday-Friday (excluding holidays) from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The artist is a native of Sullivan County and has lived there her whole life. She attended Sullivan County Community College earning an associate’s degree in graphic design. She then studied printmaking, painting and illustration at SUNY Oswego, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in fine art with a minor in art history.

Sara lives in Neversink with husband Johnny and works at Frost Valley YMCA as their graphic designer. In her spare time, she continues to paint and draw, depicting the harmony and peace she feels in nature.

“I enjoy highlighting the extraordinary details of common landscapes and wildlife. I draw from my quiet life growing up in the Catskills. Through my work, I create windows into my world; I invite the viewer to come inside and feel the comfort, beauty and flow.”

The CWC is a nonprofit, Local Development Corporation which runs a number of environmental, economic development and education programs in the five-county New York City Watershed West of the Hudson River. For more information, visit the Corporation’s website, or call 586-1400 (toll-free 877 WAT-SHED).