Beahive to Feature Pop Artist’s Work

Ryan Cronin opening set for Dec. 12

The Beahive in Beacon will exhibit the pop art of Ryan Cronin, with an opening scheduled for 6 to 9 p.m. on Second Saturday, Dec. 12. The exhibit will also include gifts available for purchase that feature Cronin’s work.

“What interests me is using color to steer the eye across the plane,” says Cronin, who grew up in northern Westchester County amid the bright colors and sounds of punk rock, skateboarding and MTV. “I present the subject, but the meaning is not dictated, that is left to the viewer.”

In May, Cronin and his wife, Melanie, opened a gallery in New Paltz showcasing his work. The Beahive is located at 291 Main St., Beacon.

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