Artists Explore Past, Present and Future during Wave Hill’s Winter Workspace 2021
For the twelfth year, Wave Hill’s Winter Workspace provides New York area artists with the unique opportunity to make art within the context of the gardens. Through intimate contact with Wave Hill’s thriving plant collections, landscape, history, and visitors each artist can expand aspects of their practice during their six-week session. Through Drop-In Sundays and Open Studios, and other public programs visitors can hear from Workspace Artists, ask questions, and learn about their creative practice.
Exhibition at Wave Hill of Frances Palmer: Life in the Studio On View through December 31
A public garden and cultural center located in the Bronx, Wave Hill is pleased to present the exhibition Frances Palmer: Life in the Studio , featuring photographs by Frances Palmer, a member of Wave Hill’s Friends of Horticulture and a potter of international reputation.
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