Peekskill Open Studios -- Mel Tapley Exhibit
Each year the incredible artists of Peekskill open their studios to the public. This is a rare chance to see art where it is created. Peekskill is home to a stunning array of diverse art, so we’re confident that you will find art that speaks to you!
The Field Gallery, open on the mezzanine level of iThe Field Library, will be open from 12-5 and featuring Mel Tapley: 100 Years of Art, Education and Activism on SATURDAY ONLY. Please come and see the work of this giant of cartoons, civil rights, and Education.
Be sure and stop by the gazebo located at the corner of N. Division St. and Park St. for information, maps and guided tours of all the studios open to the public during this exciting weekend!
Group Show – “Off the Beaten Track” – at Westchester Community College – 25 N. Division St.
Truck Stop Galleries – Central Avenue Parking Lot at N. Division St.
Artisans’ Boutique – 925 South St.
Peekskill Clay Studios – “In our element” – 1000 North Division St.
HVCCA – 1701 Main St. – FREE admission – “Between I and Thou” and “Pop Revolution” by Cey Adams.
The Field Gallery – 4 Nelson Ave. – cartoons by Peekskill activist, artist and educator Mel Tapley
The HRHCare Jeanette J. Phillips Health Center Atrium – Group Show – “Convergences: Connecting Community & Creativity.
Charles J. Newman Co. – 906 South St. – Oil paintings by Roshi Newman
Painting Poets – Division St. Guitars – 26 N. Division St.
Visit our website to find an interactive, mobile friendly map with more details on each artist and gallery: www.peekskillartsalliance.org/os