A HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL GEM IN THE HEART OF SKANEATELES
Since first opening its doors more than a century ago, the Gallery has delighted visitors from near and far with its collection of paintings by John D. Barrow (1824-1906). Considered a “second generation” Hudson River School style artist, Barrow was known both for his portraits and landscapes. The collection includes more than 400 works, with more than 250 on display. We hope you will visit us soon!
NEWS AND UPDATES
Paint Out on August 24th
All are welcome to join us for this year’s Paint Out, a Plein Air event celebrating the 40th anniversary season of the Skaneateles Festival! Please see the three event documents below, and sign up online today!
Bring one of Barrow’s beautiful works of art home to display for family and friends. A selection of his paintings are available for loan within the Finger Lakes region for 2-year periods, with the rental fee based on the appraised value of the painting. This program was featured in Central New York Magazine – The Good Life’s March/April 2019 issue (see the article). Please contact us to learn more about Borrow-A-Barrow.
Event Space Available
Looking for a unique and inspiring meeting place? The Gallery is available for small special events, such as recitals or anniversary parties. We even have a baby grand piano that was just tuned, and is ready to be played and enjoyed. Please contact us for more information.
Skaneateles Festival Collaboration
The Skaneateles Festival held a lovely mini-concert at the Gallery on June 13th. The event was in support of the Festival’s 40 for 40 Campaign, and featured pianist Andrew Russo.
Barrow Lecture a Success
A very special thank you to David L. Prince, Associate Director and Curator of Collections at Syracuse University, for his informative talk entitled “Speaking of Barrow…A Lecture about Artist John D. Barrow” delivered on April 25th. We had a terrific crowd. More than 65 people attended!
Featured on Extraordinary Places
The Gallery was featured this spring on Extraordinary Places (Channel 9 WSYR). Thank you, Carrie Lazarus, for visiting us and sharing the Gallery with the larger CNY community! Please view the video below: