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Art of Business: Woodstock Art Exchange

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The Exchange is located near the intersection of Routes 375 and 28.
  • The Exchange is located near the intersection of Routes 375 and 28.

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Pablo Weinschenk moved his glassblowing operation, Pablo Glass, from Rockland County up to Woodstock after his original space was wrecked by Hurricane Irene. Then he found himself drawn to a big old house out on Rt. 28 near the intersection of Rt. 375. "It became available, so I took a year and built Woodstock Art Exchange. We show the works of all the glassblowers from the studio, and the walls are for rotating shows from local painters. People in the neighborhood seem very happy, both the artists and the visitors, to have a slice of Woodstock out on the main highway. We get a lot of people who move up here stopping in, wanting 'something special for the new place.'"

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Pablo Weinschenk blowing glass.
  • Pablo Weinschenk blowing glass.
Inside the Woodstock Art Exchange.
  • Inside the Woodstock Art Exchange.

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