The Woodstock School of Art (WSA) has chosen artist Carol Slutzky-Tenerowicz to create the 2021 Annual Print. “Koi” is a carved linoleum-block relief 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 fund-raiser.
INSTRUCTORS SHOW 2021
This show features work by Bruce Bundock, Robert Carsten, Peter Clapper, Tricia Cline, E S DeSanna, Staats Fasoldt, Joan Ffolliott, Mary Anna Goetz, Tor Gudmundsen, Keith Gunderson, Wendy Hollender, Claire Lambe, Lisa Mackie, Kate McGloughlin, Patty Mooney, Florence Neal, Jenny Nelson, Ron Netsky, Malgorzata Oakes, Karen O’Neil, Jeanne Bouza Rose, Meredith Rosiér, Karen Whitman, Marlene Wiedenbaum, Julio Valdez, Lois Woolley, and Hongnian Zhang.
The school’s team of award-winning instructors are well-established artists whose work and experience spans the globe. Collectively, their work is found in museum and institutional collections as well as shows throughout the U.S., and in Canada, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, England, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Poland, Puerto Rico, Scotland, Sweden, and Taiwan. Several have published art-related books and magazine articles, created DVDs, and have been spotlighted in numerous publications from The New York Times to small esoteric journals such as The Jealous Curator. Several of our instructors are listed in Who’s Who in American Art.
This online exhibit is available for viewing from August 12-December 10, 2021.
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.
What Our Students Are Saying
“Good job on this program. I will absolutely take more classes with you.”
“The classes have been very informative and enjoyable. I’m grateful for the opportunity to participate.”
“Thank you for continuing through the pandemic. It’s been very fortifying.”
“Enjoying my first Zoom art class. It’s very motivating and encouraging to have this during the winter and during Covid. Bravo WSA!“
“WSA gives me access to amazing artists and instructors I might not otherwise have.”
“I am finding the online class well organized and appreciate that there is a facilitator to field the questions and oversee the structure and timing of the class.”