Artists tend to have some adventurer in them. It takes an itinerant mind to do what they do; a restlessness, a wanderlust, a thirst for knowledge that is supremely difficult to satiate. Saugerties artist Robert George is no different. Having arrived in Saugerties in May of 2012 after five years in Mexico with his wife, Chloe, George set up shop on Main Street. The move was prompted by the birth of his son, Julian, and the family’s desire for cooler climes. His studio, at the back end of his house, is small but jam-packed with his work – studies of the human figure, rendered in clay and bronze, almost all of them locked in some kind of peculiar, unexpected movement.