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The Elizabeth V. Sullivan Gallery at Vytlacil

Venue  |  Exhibitions
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© Courtesy of The Art Students League of New York
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Main Building © ASL
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Painting on the Grounds © ASL
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Sculpture © ASL
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A Studio in the New Residency Building
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Residency Building © ASL
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Forging © ASL
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Welding Studio © ASL
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Library © ASL
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Welding and sculpture studio by night © ASL
The Elizabeth V. Sullivan Gallery at Vytlacil
241 Kings Highway
Sparkill, NY 10976
Venue Type: Gallery
QUICK FACTS
Open hours
Wed-Sat 10-4; Sun 10-2
Phone
845-359-1263
Fax
845-398-0634
Gallery type
Contemporary
DESCRIPTION

The Elizabeth V. Sullivan Gallery at Vytlacil is dedicated to exhibiting the finest in visual arts. Set in the historic home of modernist painter Vaclav Vytlacil, the exhibitions enrich The League's Residency at Vyt and broaden the viewer’s understanding of the art making process. Hosting six exhibitions per year, the recently renovated Elizabeth V. Sullivan Gallery shows a broad range of established artists including modern masters with a focus on solo exhibitions by the Art Students League of New York’s exceptional faculty.

 

About the Vytlacil Campus

Located in historic Sparkill, New York, the Vytlacil Campus is an integral part the Art Students League. It provides education and support to working artists in the studio-based, atelier tradition and to experiment and explore different areas of art making in its spacious and pastoral setting. The campus is a meeting place, forum and residency for outstanding students and practicing artists from around the world.

The Art Students League's Vytlacil Campus in Rockland County is the home of the Vytlacil Campus Artist-in-Residence Program and the site of ongoing classes and workshops. The League received the generous gifts of property and funding for the campus in 1995 from the family of the late artist and League instructor Vaclav Vytlacil.

The facilities include a restored residence and barn of Vaclav Vytlacil which now serves as an exhibition space, houses the library, and provides living space for our Artists-In-Residence. The studios include the Trudy & Henry Gillette north-lit painting barn, the newly built sculpture studio which includes a foundry, metal forging and welding facilities, a large walk-in kiln and a complete studio to pursue all sculptural endeavors.

The beautiful property is on 15 acres of wooded grounds near the west bank of the Hudson River, south of the Tappan Zee Bridge, and labout a 40 minutes from our Midtown Manhattan Campus.

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