Carrie Haddad has been a staple in the city of Hudson’s thriving arts and cultural scene since long before the city’s relatively recent transformation to a tourist-driven destination. She’s represented Hudson Valley-based artists at Carrie Haddad Gallery for nearly 30 years, which is no small feat for any business owner who’s had to ride the waves of economic ups and downs that the last three decades have brought.

Her passion for the arts extends to the artists themselves; she is known for having created long-lasting relationships with regional painters, photographers, sculptors, and mixed media creators, thanks to her determination and efforts to promote local art, as well as to increase art tourism in Hudson. “I try to show artists who are women as much as I can; in the art industry, it’s not always easy to make sure women are seen, since more men apply,” says Haddad, who is a trained dancer and former model. But she says that it’s important to her to encourage and include women artists in shows.

Carrie Haddad Gallery showcases seven impressive group show exhibits annually; the work of every artist who shows then goes on the website, expanding the audience reach for local artists.

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