ABOUT

The Warwick Art League is a group of local artists and patrons who support the visual arts. We are located in the beautiful Warwick Valley in the Lower Hudson River Region of New York State.

The Warwick Art League is a not-for-profit, volunteer based organization sponsored by our membership and dedicated to promoting and supporting the visual arts and encouraging artists within the community. Since its inception in 1955, The Warwick Art League has provided support for local emerging and established artists.We provide a place for artists to gather together to network in a friendly, informative environment, and opportunities to exhibit their original work and share their talents with the community.

The Warwick Art League encourages the progress and development of the creative talents of its members through numerous exhibitions, competitions and educational activities. Our members include artists of all skill levels, from the beginner and the hobby artist to the professional artist. We also welcome art lovers and patrons.

The Warwick Art League includes over 80 members whose artistic interests encompass all aspects of art. Each new member brings talents and expertise that add to our organization. Our growing membership includes artists who are skilled in various visual arts media and disciplines, including painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, computer graphics and fine crafts. Our membership is inclusive. We are not limited to the professional artist: we also have many beginners, students and supporters who appreciate the advancement of fine arts, but who themselves are not artists.

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    David Van Slyke (vanslyke@syr.edu)
    Professor and Department Chair

    Department of Public Administration
    Maxwell School of Syracuse University
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  2. We are the owners of Clearview Vineyard & Winery. If any of your artists are interested in showcasing their art in our tasting room they may contact us at our e-mail address. Our winery hours are open to the public every Sat & Sun from 12noon till 5pm from April until weekend before Christmas. Thank-you.

  3. I was recently at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Warwick, and saw several photographs
    taken by a photographer known as Christine Fullerton. The photo I am interested in
    is a photo of a Pumpkin Man’s head with his face done in vegetables. He has a carrot for a nose and on the carrot there is a small bird perched on it. The bird maybe a Chickadee.
    I am only interested in obtaining a print of the photo only. I hope you can let me know if this is at all possible , and how or who I would get in contact with to obtain the photo.
    I do not live in Orange County so I would not be able to visit your Art Gallery.
    Thank You,
    Anne Marie

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