THE WOODSTOCK SCHOOL OF ART INSTRUCTORS' EXHIBITION
November 19 – December 18
AT THE LOCKWOOD GALLERY
The Woodstock School of Art was originally established in 1968 by four artists who had been affiliated with The Art Students League (ASL) of New York Summer School in Woodstock (1947-1979). In 1980, after the ASL left the Woodstock property, the founders of WSA incorporated as a not-for-profit and took over the buildings. WSA was modeled on an atelier method of providing instruction in the fine art disciplines of drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpting. Instructors were and are professional working artists chosen for their expertise. The school maintains an admission policy with no entrance requirements or previous art experience necessary. Classes are held year-round in spacious, north-light studios. WSA’s mission is to offer excellence in fine art instruction and inspire creativity in a welcoming community, building on its rich artistic lineage and unique historic setting.
We are excited about this collaboration with The Lockwood Gallery and to share the stunning work of our artist instructors. The Woodstock School of Art Instructor exhibition promises a wide array of artistic expressions from figure drawing to landscape painting to printmaking. It will surely captivate viewers with its originality and quality of the work.
– Nina Doyle, Executive Director