A HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL GEM IN THE HEART OF SKANEATELES
Since first opening its doors in 1900, 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 known for his portraits and Finger Lakes landscapes. The collection includes more than 400 works, with many on display. We hope you will visit us soon!
NEWS AND UPDATES
Borrow-A-Barrow Program >>
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. Please contact us for more information.
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 grand piano that was just tuned, and is ready to be played and enjoyed. Please contact us for more information.
Docents Needed >>
April is approaching, and it’s National Volunteer Month! Join our group of dedicated docents, and share your love of the Gallery with the public. We are planning to hold a docent training this spring. Please contact us if you are interested.