2023 Woodstock Monoprint Invitational Exhibition
September 9 – October 7, 2023
Course Catalog Summer/Fall 2023
View our catalog that highlights our classes and workshops from July through December 2023. These will continuously be added to our website.
The Woodstock School of Art (WSA) has chosen artist Mary Lou Ganio to create the 2023 Annual Print. House Hunting is a carved linoleum block print. The limited edition of 85 prints follows a long tradition of artist printmakers who have been selected to create a new print for its annual fundraiser. The print will be given to contributors of $125 or more to the nonprofit school.
MARY LOU GANIO, HOUSE HUNTING,
CARVED LINOLEUM BLOCK PRINT, 8”X6”
Woodstock School of Art
The Woodstock School of Art, Inc., is a not-for-profit, 501(c)3, educational institution chartered under the laws of the state of New York. The school is located in New York’s famed artists’ colony of Woodstock, surrounded by the pristine woodlands of the Catskill Mountains, about 100 miles north of New York City.
Classes in fine art, including drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture are offered year-round in fully climate-controlled studios in historic bluestone and native-timber buildings. Classes are open to all, with no entrance requirements or experience necessary.
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