Clinical Prosthetics + Orthotics (CPO)

It's Warm Inside-Sarah Schrom-mixed media $250
It's Warm Inside-Sarah Schrom-mixed media $250
Take Off Sarah Schrom mixed media $250
Take Off Sarah Schrom mixed media $250
Mountain Falls-$200-Victor Reiner
Mountain Falls-$200-Victor Reiner
Where-the-lillies-shine Christine A. Hook
Where-the-lillies-shine Christine A. Hook
Day Break Jacqueline Ravida-canvas wrap $500
Day Break Jacqueline  Ravida-canvas wrap $500
Tree of Life Watercolor E. Tully $45
Tree of Life Watercolor E. Tully $45
Reflect and Refract oil Victor Reiner $200
Reflect and Refract oil Victor Reiner $200
New Skete Sanctuary Gardens photos Melinda Lang $60
New Skete Sanctuary Gardens  photos Melinda Lang $60
Reef oil Victor Reiner $300
Reef oil Victor Reiner $300
sailing-watercolor-E.Tuly $45
sailing-watercolor-E.Tuly $45
NYC Harborview-photograph Melinda Lang $75
NYC Harborview-photograph Melinda Lang $75
palms-at-dusk-watercolor-E. Tuly $95
palms-at-dusk-watercolor-E. Tuly $95
flowers-watercolor-E.Tuly $95
flowers-watercolor-E.Tuly $95
arizona-dusk-waterclor by-E. Tuly $95
arizona-dusk-waterclor by-E. Tuly $95
blue-acrylic-E. Tuly $95
blue-acrylic-E. Tuly $95
arizona-dawn-watercolor Eileen-Tuly $95
arizona-dawn-watercolor Eileen-Tuly $95
Patrica Hoffmeister-mixed-media
Patrica Hoffmeister-mixed-media
Patricia Hoffmeister-mixed-media
Patricia Hoffmeister-mixed-media
Cinderella-photos-Melinda Lang $60
Cinderella-photos-Melinda Lang $60
Enid Watsky-pastel
Enid Watsky-pastel
Moonlight Harry Hovey $115 15x10-w-frame
Moonlight Harry Hovey $115 15x10-w-frame
Sunrise-Harry Hovey-photos-$90
Sunrise-Harry Hovey-photos-$90
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 The Christine A. Hook Gallery at CPO

149 South Lake Avenue, Albany NY 12208

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To Benefit the Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association (CMTA)
Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) disease is a degenerative neuromuscular disorder
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NOW SHOWING: “MULTIPLICITY” DATES:  JANUARY 10, 2014 – JUNE 13, 2014

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Gallery and all events are open to the public during office hours Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
If you would like to display the art in your home, all pieces are currently for sale through June 13, 2014.

Stop in to view the exhibit. Bring some new artwork home today.

CPO gallery coordinators :

Patricia Hoffmeister

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Art de Cure raises over $22,000 for the Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association.
by Melinda Lang, Upstate NY CMT facilitator

Imagine walking into your doctor’s office and instead of facing blank walls, you are surrounded by a gallery of original art work to enjoy, while you wait. Art de Cure, a collaboration between art and medicine, provides such galleries in medical offices throughout the Capital region in New York, while raising money for charities.

On December 5th, 2013, the third Starry Night for CMT Art de Cure gallery reception and silent auction, which took place at Clinical Prosthetics + Orthotics (CPO, raised over $2,300  for the Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association (CMTA), adding to the $20,000 previously raised (with matching funds from a board member of the CMTA). At this event, the gallery was dedicated in honor of talented artist, Christine A. Hook, who volunteered as gallery coordinator for a year before she passed away.
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Jackie Watsky, president of Art de Cure presented a plaque, which will remain on display at the CPO gallery which states, “The Christine Hook gallery to benefit CMT. This ADC gallery at CPO is dedicated to helping people with Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease and sharing Christine’s love of art.”

The mission of the CMTA, a 501(C)(3)nonprofit organization founded in 1983, is to generate the resources to find a cure, to create awareness, and to improve the quality of life for those affected by Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) nerve disorder. CMT, which affects 1 out of every 2,500 people, damages peripheral nerves connecting the brain and spinal cord to muscles and sensory organs. This nerve damage, or neuropathy, leads to muscle weakness and wasting, in legs, feet, arms and hands. For more information visit www.cmtausa.org

Art de Cure depends on volunteers to establish and coordinate the galleries, hang the art work, plan the events, organize and maintain the financial paperwork and web site. Interested volunteers can contact Jackie Watsky, President of Art de Cure at  Jackie@artdecure.com

Medical practices interested in hosting an Art de Cure Gallery in their office and artists wishing to participate can contact Art de Cure at Jackie@artdecure.com.