Jill Kiefer's "Following a Star," 2019. Mixed and Alternative Media on Canvas. 13.25 x 16x2

Pelham Art Center's highly popular "Faculty Exhibition" is now open through September 7, 2019.

This annual exhibition features work in a variety of mediums by the Art Center’s distinguished instructors. Exhibited artwork ranges from drawings and oil paintings to ceramics and collage. This exhibition provides a great opportunity to collect original art from established artists, and to view the diverse expertise that instructors impart in the classes at Pelham Art Center.

This year, the exhibition will include pieces by: Jeanne Carreau, J.C. English, Frank Guida, Satish Joshi, Jill Kiefer, Barry Mason, Eleanor Miller, Charlotte Mouquin, Susan Nathenson, Nancy Nikkal, Donna Ross, Susan Saas, Sylvia Vigliani, Judith Weber, and more.

Pelham Art Center instructors are professional artists in their associated media. They are not only artists but also curators, collectors, entrepreneurs, scholars, and community pillars who have kindled creativity in thousands of students. Many are graduates of premier fine arts programs, hold prestigious awards and apprenticeships, and have been widely exhibited nationally and internationally. Since its founding in 1970, Pelham Art Center has prided itself on a faculty that nurtures the creative potential of students of all levels.

The Faculty Exhibition will culminate with the first annual Arts After Dark on Friday, September 6th, from 7:00-10:00PM. Attendees are invited to create, mingle, and enjoy refreshments and a gourmet gin tasting by Pomp & Whimsy. Arts After Dark is a 21+ event.

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