Melissa Schlobohm
Melissa Schlobohm

January 30–February 28, 2016 photo by Anita Peltonen Mentioned in the New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/14/nyregion/things-to-do-in-the-hudson-valley-feb-13-through-21.html?_r=0

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October 11–November 9, 2014 (Roses Bed, 2009, mixed media)

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Melissa Schlobohm
Melissa Schlobohm

January 30–February 28, 2016 photo by Anita Peltonen Mentioned in the New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/14/nyregion/things-to-do-in-the-hudson-valley-feb-13-through-21.html?_r=0

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The galleries at Garrison Art Center consist of three exhibition spaces. Each year our galleries feature a number of exhibitions that include solo shows, curated group shows, juried shows, and several educational exhibitions.

The Trudy and Henry Gillette Gallery, the largest of our spaces, accommodate a variety of exhibitions that include sculpture, large-scale painting, installation, photography, and more. It is also suitable for performances, small concerts, gallery talks, lectures, and readings.

The adjacent Anita Hart Balter Gallery is approximately is used for more intimate exhibitions, small installations, and digital media.

 

In addition to being a teaching space, our Studio Gallery is periodically used for educational exhibitions, works in progress, or as an extension of the shows in the two main galleries. It is also appropriate for lectures, digital presentations, and video screenings. The three spaces when used together can accommodate more than 100 people for exhibition guests and/or community gatherings.

Learn about our Current Exhibition.  Find out what is Coming Up.

Galleries are open Tuesday through Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm.

For information on community use, please contact the Garrison Art Center.

Find a complete listing of gallery exhibitions and events on our calendar.

Enjoy Artist Talk with Meg Hitchcock and Patricia Miranda- recorded Oct 30

Also Artist Talks hosted by Marc Bernier: Jill Shoffiet 9/3 and Pam Marchin 9/4