The Rondout Effect

February 24, 2024  •  Leave a Comment

The Rondout Effect, located at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in Kingston, New York, is an impressive mural depicting scenes typical of the Rondout District including boating, the Rondout Lighthouse, and the buildings of the Strand. The mural was created in conjunction with the 2017 and 8th annual O+ festival. It is the first O+ mural in the downtown section of Kingston.

 

The Rondout Effect is the creation of local artist Matthew Pleva, a Kingston native and SUNY Purchase graduate. This is Pleva’s second work for the O+ festival. His first, titled Hobgoblin of Old Dutch Church, prominently overlooks Peace Park in the Stockade District of Kingston, New York. The Hobgoblin mural features several icons of the Kingston landscape including the Old Dutch Church and Jansen House as well as the famed hobgoblin of Kingston lore. Visit Matthew’s website at www.matthewpleva.com for more information about this amazing artist or visit him at his store, The Art Riot.

 

The O+ festival is a 3-day event where artists and musicians exchange their participation for basic health care, dental and wellness services. Billed as “The Art of Medicine for the Medicine of Art”, the growing Kingston event features many forms of art media including paint, sculpture, dance, performance art and music. The first Kingston O+ festival took place in 2010. The most visible aspect of the festival is the large-scale murals seen throughout the city.

 

Mural by Matthew Pleva at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in the Rondout District of Kingston, New York depicting the Rondout Lighthouse, buildings of the Strand, a Viking ship, small boat fishermenThe Rondout EffectKingston, Ulster County

The Rondout Effect, located at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in Kingston, New York, is an impressive mural depicting scenes typical of the Rondout District including boating, the Rondout Lighthouse, and the buildings of the Strand. The mural was created in conjunction with the 2017 and 8th annual O+ festival. It is the first O+ mural in the downtown section of Kingston.

The Rondout Effect is the creation of local artist Matthew Pleva, a Kingston native and SUNY Purchase graduate. This is Pleva’s second work for the O+ festival. His first, titled Hobgoblin of Old Dutch Church, prominently overlooks Peace Park in the Stockade District of Kingston, New York. The Hobgoblin mural features several icons of the Kingston landscape including the Old Dutch Church and Jansen House as well as the famed hobgoblin of Kingston lore. Visit Matthew’s website at www.matthewpleva.com for more information about this amazing artist or visit him at his store, The Art Riot.

The O+ festival is a 3-day event where artists and musicians exchange their participation for basic health care, dental and wellness services. Billed as “The Art of Medicine for the Medicine of Art”, the growing Kingston event features many forms of art media including paint, sculpture, dance, performance art and music. The first Kingston O+ festival took place in 2010. The most visible aspect of the festival is the large-scale murals seen throughout the city.

Mural by Matthew Pleva at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in the Rondout District of Kingston, New York depicting the Rondout Lighthouse, buildings of the Strand, a Viking ship, small boat fishermenThe Rondout EffectKingston, Ulster County

The Rondout Effect, located at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in Kingston, New York, is an impressive mural depicting scenes typical of the Rondout District including boating, the Rondout Lighthouse, and the buildings of the Strand. The mural was created in conjunction with the 2017 and 8th annual O+ festival. It is the first O+ mural in the downtown section of Kingston.

The Rondout Effect is the creation of local artist Matthew Pleva, a Kingston native and SUNY Purchase graduate. This is Pleva’s second work for the O+ festival. His first, titled Hobgoblin of Old Dutch Church, prominently overlooks Peace Park in the Stockade District of Kingston, New York. The Hobgoblin mural features several icons of the Kingston landscape including the Old Dutch Church and Jansen House as well as the famed hobgoblin of Kingston lore. Visit Matthew’s website at www.matthewpleva.com for more information about this amazing artist or visit him at his store, The Art Riot.

The O+ festival is a 3-day event where artists and musicians exchange their participation for basic health care, dental and wellness services. Billed as “The Art of Medicine for the Medicine of Art”, the growing Kingston event features many forms of art media including paint, sculpture, dance, performance art and music. The first Kingston O+ festival took place in 2010. The most visible aspect of the festival is the large-scale murals seen throughout the city.

Mural by Matthew Pleva at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in the Rondout District of Kingston, New York depicting the Rondout Lighthouse, buildings of the Strand, a Viking ship, small boat fishermenThe Rondout EffectKingston, Ulster County

The Rondout Effect, located at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in Kingston, New York, is an impressive mural depicting scenes typical of the Rondout District including boating, the Rondout Lighthouse, and the buildings of the Strand. The mural was created in conjunction with the 2017 and 8th annual O+ festival. It is the first O+ mural in the downtown section of Kingston.

The Rondout Effect is the creation of local artist Matthew Pleva, a Kingston native and SUNY Purchase graduate. This is Pleva’s second work for the O+ festival. His first, titled Hobgoblin of Old Dutch Church, prominently overlooks Peace Park in the Stockade District of Kingston, New York. The Hobgoblin mural features several icons of the Kingston landscape including the Old Dutch Church and Jansen House as well as the famed hobgoblin of Kingston lore. Visit Matthew’s website at www.matthewpleva.com for more information about this amazing artist or visit him at his store, The Art Riot.

The O+ festival is a 3-day event where artists and musicians exchange their participation for basic health care, dental and wellness services. Billed as “The Art of Medicine for the Medicine of Art”, the growing Kingston event features many forms of art media including paint, sculpture, dance, performance art and music. The first Kingston O+ festival took place in 2010. The most visible aspect of the festival is the large-scale murals seen throughout the city.

Mural by Matthew Pleva at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in the Rondout District of Kingston, New York depicting the Rondout Lighthouse, buildings of the Strand, a Viking ship, small boat fishermenThe Rondout EffectKingston, Ulster County

The Rondout Effect, located at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in Kingston, New York, is an impressive mural depicting scenes typical of the Rondout District including boating, the Rondout Lighthouse, and the buildings of the Strand. The mural was created in conjunction with the 2017 and 8th annual O+ festival. It is the first O+ mural in the downtown section of Kingston.

The Rondout Effect is the creation of local artist Matthew Pleva, a Kingston native and SUNY Purchase graduate. This is Pleva’s second work for the O+ festival. His first, titled Hobgoblin of Old Dutch Church, prominently overlooks Peace Park in the Stockade District of Kingston, New York. The Hobgoblin mural features several icons of the Kingston landscape including the Old Dutch Church and Jansen House as well as the famed hobgoblin of Kingston lore. Visit Matthew’s website at www.matthewpleva.com for more information about this amazing artist or visit him at his store, The Art Riot.

The O+ festival is a 3-day event where artists and musicians exchange their participation for basic health care, dental and wellness services. Billed as “The Art of Medicine for the Medicine of Art”, the growing Kingston event features many forms of art media including paint, sculpture, dance, performance art and music. The first Kingston O+ festival took place in 2010. The most visible aspect of the festival is the large-scale murals seen throughout the city.

Mural by Matthew Pleva at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in the Rondout District of Kingston, New York depicting the Rondout Lighthouse, buildings of the Strand, a Viking ship, small boat fishermenThe Rondout EffectKingston, Ulster County

The Rondout Effect, located at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in Kingston, New York, is an impressive mural depicting scenes typical of the Rondout District including boating, the Rondout Lighthouse, and the buildings of the Strand. The mural was created in conjunction with the 2017 and 8th annual O+ festival. It is the first O+ mural in the downtown section of Kingston.

The Rondout Effect is the creation of local artist Matthew Pleva, a Kingston native and SUNY Purchase graduate. This is Pleva’s second work for the O+ festival. His first, titled Hobgoblin of Old Dutch Church, prominently overlooks Peace Park in the Stockade District of Kingston, New York. The Hobgoblin mural features several icons of the Kingston landscape including the Old Dutch Church and Jansen House as well as the famed hobgoblin of Kingston lore. Visit Matthew’s website at www.matthewpleva.com for more information about this amazing artist or visit him at his store, The Art Riot.

The O+ festival is a 3-day event where artists and musicians exchange their participation for basic health care, dental and wellness services. Billed as “The Art of Medicine for the Medicine of Art”, the growing Kingston event features many forms of art media including paint, sculpture, dance, performance art and music. The first Kingston O+ festival took place in 2010. The most visible aspect of the festival is the large-scale murals seen throughout the city.

Mural by Matthew Pleva at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in the Rondout District of Kingston, New York depicting the Rondout Lighthouse, buildings of the Strand, a Viking ship, small boat fishermenThe Rondout EffectKingston, Ulster County

The Rondout Effect, located at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in Kingston, New York, is an impressive mural depicting scenes typical of the Rondout District including boating, the Rondout Lighthouse, and the buildings of the Strand. The mural was created in conjunction with the 2017 and 8th annual O+ festival. It is the first O+ mural in the downtown section of Kingston.

The Rondout Effect is the creation of local artist Matthew Pleva, a Kingston native and SUNY Purchase graduate. This is Pleva’s second work for the O+ festival. His first, titled Hobgoblin of Old Dutch Church, prominently overlooks Peace Park in the Stockade District of Kingston, New York. The Hobgoblin mural features several icons of the Kingston landscape including the Old Dutch Church and Jansen House as well as the famed hobgoblin of Kingston lore. Visit Matthew’s website at www.matthewpleva.com for more information about this amazing artist or visit him at his store, The Art Riot.

The O+ festival is a 3-day event where artists and musicians exchange their participation for basic health care, dental and wellness services. Billed as “The Art of Medicine for the Medicine of Art”, the growing Kingston event features many forms of art media including paint, sculpture, dance, performance art and music. The first Kingston O+ festival took place in 2010. The most visible aspect of the festival is the large-scale murals seen throughout the city.

Mural by Matthew Pleva at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in the Rondout District of Kingston, New York depicting the Rondout Lighthouse, buildings of the Strand, a Viking ship, small boat fishermenThe Rondout EffectKingston, Ulster County

The Rondout Effect, located at the Riverport Wooden Boat School in Kingston, New York, is an impressive mural depicting scenes typical of the Rondout District including boating, the Rondout Lighthouse, and the buildings of the Strand. The mural was created in conjunction with the 2017 and 8th annual O+ festival. It is the first O+ mural in the downtown section of Kingston.

The Rondout Effect is the creation of local artist Matthew Pleva, a Kingston native and SUNY Purchase graduate. This is Pleva’s second work for the O+ festival. His first, titled Hobgoblin of Old Dutch Church, prominently overlooks Peace Park in the Stockade District of Kingston, New York. The Hobgoblin mural features several icons of the Kingston landscape including the Old Dutch Church and Jansen House as well as the famed hobgoblin of Kingston lore. Visit Matthew’s website at www.matthewpleva.com for more information about this amazing artist or visit him at his store, The Art Riot.

The O+ festival is a 3-day event where artists and musicians exchange their participation for basic health care, dental and wellness services. Billed as “The Art of Medicine for the Medicine of Art”, the growing Kingston event features many forms of art media including paint, sculpture, dance, performance art and music. The first Kingston O+ festival took place in 2010. The most visible aspect of the festival is the large-scale murals seen throughout the city.


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