Weekly non-instructional figure drawing sessions Thursday evenings from 7:30-10pm. We are a non-profit collective. Sessions at Nyack Center: corner of S. Broadway and Depew St. enter back of the bldg. Cost $12 for adults, $6 for students, per session. Coffee and refreshments are included.
For more information please email Janet Hamlin at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or Christie Washburn: email@example.com
Please remember work shown here is not to be used without permission.
UPCOMING MODEL LINEUP:
September 7. Rosie
September 14 Pam
September 21 Mavis
September 28 Bruce
October 5. Tatiana
October 12. Maryam
October 19. Sarah
October 26. Zach
Nov 2. Celina B
November 9. Rosie
November 16. Pam
November 23. Thanksgiving
November 30. Marc
December 7. Mavis
December 14. Tatiana
December 21. Tony
December 28. Winter holiday
Friday, March 7, 2014
It's First Friday in Nyack TONIGHT March 6
A little plug for Nyack's Art scene :
Start off First Friday celebrating Mayor Jen's birthday from 5-7 at City Hall. There will be food generously donated by several local restaurants, and what a great way to end the week and start your First Friday Art walk tonight!
For one night, civic decisions and courtroom deliberations will yield to the realm of art and culture at Nyack’s Village Hall. The Nyack Art Collective kicks off March’s First Friday festival with a birthday celebration for Nyack’s Mayor Jen Laird White. A special surprise will be unveiled in between 5 and 6p, so you are urged to arrive early at 9 North Broadway.
Later that evening, The Edward Hopper Arts Center has a full-house of exhibitions and a screening that offer a glimpse into the past and present local art scene:
“Painters and Paintings of Rockland County, NY-The Hopper Years,” curated by Mark Waller, samples the work of the artists that called Nyack home a century ago. The visual journey assembles notable artists who helped form the ‘cradle of moderism’ in Rockland County including Jacob Getlar Smith, the artist who created the mural in the Nyack Post Office.
Bill Batson’s Hopper inspired exhibit “Hopper Country” is on display in the hallway gallery.
The Wyoming Ferry” by William Fisher (1891-1985)
March member artist of the month, Maxine Nodel is on exhibit.
The Jean-Pierre Devillers documentary “Edward Hopper and the Blank Canvas” will be screened
Here is a complete guide to March’s First Friday:
Tony Ziegler_will be painting “live” in the window at Vincent’s Ear, 112 Main St.
The Franklin Antique Center – #142: Chris Machlin
Cloud 9 – # 120: Jamie Gaviola
Vincent’s Ear- #112: Tony Ziegler_will be painting “live” in the window
Casa del Sol – #104: Tony Ziegler
Little Flower Shop – #95 1/2: Natalie O’Donnell
Harry’s Burritos – #90: Ed Kirkland
p. ross boutique: #89: David Rosenblum (after 15th)
Johnny Cakes: #84: Graceanne Malloy
Temptations – #80 1/2: Dan White
Starbucks – #80: NAC Group Show
Mary Burrell will be on display at ML by Maria Luisa, 75 South Broadway
Edward Hopper House Art Center – #82: Bill Batson
Bee Alive – #19: Lauren Randolph
Lorybird #23, Alfonso Rene Valdvia
Saffron-#14 Natalie O’Donnell
Art Café -#65 Elaine Schloss
Pizza Bistro – #64 Ceara Chaplin
ML by Maria Luisa – #75: Mary Burrell
RJ’s – Leigh Anne Eagerton: 81 S. Broadway
Amis Gallery #79 1/2 Ray Lagstein
Hudson Avenue Gagliardi Studio & Gallery – #39: Victor Gagliardi