Studio A Gallery
Studio A Gallery was founded by Athena Bing He in 2009 as both an exhibition space and teaching gallery. In 2012, William C. Maxwell of Maxwell Fine Arts in Peekskill, NY became a co-director of Studio A Gallery. Maxwell Fine Arts closed in 2011 after 12 years of exhibitions in both its carriage house gallery and its sculpture garden. Studio A Gallery, located at 52 Main Street, Tarrytown, NY 10591, 347.755.6069, now presents special exhibitions, both solo and group, around a particular theme. As well, Studio A Gallery offers classes in drawing, painting and mixed media utilizing still life compositions, models both nude and clothed, portraiture models and plein aire painting and drawing. Studio A Gallery also offers special services to include tours to galleries of Manhattan and Brooklyn, specific appraisals, art consignments, portrait commissions, portfolio preparation, and workshops in collage and assemblage. It exhibition space is eclectic offering the viewer photographs, watercolors, paintings, prints, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, antiques and vintage items. Most exhibitions are curated by both Athena Bing He and William C.Maxwell. At times, outside curators are invited to curate and organize special exhibitions.
Maxwell Fine Arts Gallery and Sculpture Garden
MAXWELL FINE ARTS is a commercial gallery located in a Victorian carriage house, circa 1850, in the artist and historical district of Peekskill, New York. The gallery and sculpture garden that constitute MAXWELL FINE ARTS are dedicated to presenting unique and original works of fine and contemporary art by emerging and established artists. MAXWELL FINE ARTS is open Saturdays and Sundays from 12 noon to 5 PM. Its location is very accessible by auto and public transportation. Please call for further information at 914-737-8622 or go to www.maxwellfinearts.com.
The College of New Rochelle
The College of New Rochelle enrolls over 5,000 students on six campuses across the Greater New York City area. Our academic programs offered in four schools -- the School of Arts & Sciences (for women), School of New Resources (for adults), School of Nursing, and Graduate School -- are distinguished not only by the strength of our curriculum, but the caliber of faculty who choose to teach at CNR. Our faculty are widely recognized as professionals in their field of study. Dr. William C. Maxwell is a full Professorof Artin the School of Arts and Science's Art Department, where he teaches painting, drawing, printmaking and seminar. You can contact him there at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Center for the Arts, SUNY Westchester
White Plains/Center for the Arts's twelve studios are among the best designed in the country. Large windows, high ceilings, color corrected lighting, individual exhaust system, air conditioning and heating controls in every studio, and state of the art equipment, make the facilities conducive to creativity in a pleasant atmosphere. Specialized technicians insure that the studios are always properly maintained. The school is a case study in how technology has been used to create an ideal environment for producing art, while eliminating art hazards. The facility is accessible to the handicapped. Professor Maxwell teaches Contemporary Painting and Mixed Media Collage on Thursdays at the Center.