3 Beekman St. 845-440-0100
Dia Art Foundation’s presentation facility for the permanent collection and a series of exhibitions and performances. Dia:Beacon’s expansive light filled galleries comprise 240,000 sq. ft. of exhibition space on the Hudson River.
Friday–Monday 11 am–4 pm
Thursday–Monday 11 am–6 pm
Thursday–Monday 11 am–4 pm
Dia:Beacon is closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays year-round, and Thursdays in January, February, and March.
Dia:Beacon will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day. The museum will also be closed on May 4, 2014 for Dia’s annual spring benefit.
Back Room Gallery
475 Main Street 845-838-1838
Features fine art oil paintings, pastels, photography, sculptures, original linocut prints, mixed media, unique handmade jewelry, vintage decorated crepe designs from the early 1900′s, and much more.
150 Main St 845-234-3204
Saturday and Sunday, 12-5p
The Bannerman Island Gallery is dedicated to work inspired by Bannerman Island and Bannerman’s Castle. It features a large array paintings, prints, and photographs of Bannerman Island, Bannerman’s Castle, and the Hudson River – as well as many other types of Bannerman Island memorabilia and media. Many of the pieces displayed in the gallery are one of a kind, and available for purchase.
beacon artist union (bau)
New Location: 506 Main Street 845-440-7584
Artists’ co-operative gallery now in its 5th year. Figurative and abstract. 2, 3 and 4D works presented.
new expanded gallery hours
Saturdays and Sundays 12-6 pm
Beacon Institute for Rivers & Estuaries, Clarkson University
199 Main St 845-838-1600
Dedicated to advancing the understanding of rivers, estuaries & their watersheds through integrated, collaborative research, education and gallery shows.
163 Main St 212.255.2505
Clutter is the world’s premier media source for Designer Toys and the trusted thought-leader of this global subculture community. Since 2004, Clutter has been the go-to destination for creatives, companies and collectors, providing regular in-depth trend analysis directly from the vinyl frontier where fine art meets fine artifacts. With a high-quality print magazine, dynamic online portals, art gallery, lifestyle apparel and the first industry-established annual award ceremony, Clutter is the catalyst for a uniquely active and vocal community engaged in the serious business of work and play. Open Second Saturdays and by appointment.
Crotch is an art space nestled in the crotch of a maple tree in Beacon, NY. Artists are invited to create works that rest within or around this crotch. Exhibitions change monthly. Crotch is a hybrid of physical and virtual viewing experiences. Physical visits to crotch are possible by appointment, but Crotch can be visited anytime (light permitting) via the live webcam video feed embedded on the crotchprojects.com website. By appointment.
The Gallery at Gate House Realty
492 Main St 845-831-9550
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Modeled after an original American impressionist studio, north light illuminates this dark, rich space. Charlotte’s traditional portraits, still lifes and landscapes are on display & for sale.
Ethan Cohen Fine Arts/Kunsthalle Beacon
192 Verplanck 845-765-8988
Mr. Cohen, of Ethan Cohen Gallery in New York City, has established a Beacon gallery that will showcase international art and design. Mr. Cohen will mix Asian, European and local talent into his gallery program. The new gallery is located at the former Beacon High School at Fishkill Avenue at Verplanck Avenue. For more information please contact his New York gallery or firstname.lastname@example.org
“Faith in Art” Gallery
Pastor Ben Larson-Wolbrink
50 Liberty Street 845-831-5322
An historic congregation striving to serve the community and to connect faith and the arts. Now featuring the “Faith in Art Gallery.”
The Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street 845-831-4988
Art gallery, performance space, music, poetry, theatre. An architectural gem of the Hudson Valley on the National Registry of Historic Places. Available to rent for your special occasions.
162 Main St. 845-440-0068
Contemporary glass gallery featuring handmade functional and sculptural art glass, furniture and jewelry. Firehouse Art Gallery upstairs. Glassblowing studio adjoining with live demonstrations. Open daily 10-6 pm
502 Main St. 845-765-8421
Maria Lago is an accomplished artist whose work has featured prominently in private collections, museums and galleries in Europe and the United States. A long-time New York resident, Maria Lago is originally from Asturias, in Northern Spain and the magic and mystery of her art work is greatly influenced by the pre-historic caves paintings of the region. Each work is a thick mixture of materials such as plaster, glue, sand, shells, pebbles, and wood that she uses to cover the canvas, creating a base that resembles destroyed ruins or an eroded cave wall.
Marion Royael Gallery
159 Main St. 727-244-5535
Marion Royael creates Directed Migrating Installations, represents artists and sells contemporary original art, objects, editions and multiples.
Open 1 pm to 7 pm Thursday through Sunday or by appointment
444 Main St. 845-440-3092
Art for a change. Artist Jay Palefsky exhibits a new art movement called “morphicism” in the form of notecards, books, wall pieces, furniture and future works, all with the concept of images changing right before your “ahhhs”.
172 Main St. 845-838-2880
Gallery store featuring many of the finest Hudson Valley artists. Wide selection of ceramics, pottery, cards, photography, paintings, jewelry, apparel, & home decor. Wednesday – Monday 12 – 6pm
149 Main St. 917-318-2239
Friday – Sunday 12-5; and by appointment: 917.318.2239
Theo Ganz Studio, the little gallery with the big windows in Beacon’s west end, was founded by artist Eleni Smolen in 2012 as a venue for contemporary artists working in all media. Smolen concentrates on presenting actively engaged emerging and mid-career professionals in either solo or group exhibitions.