For Collectors

Collectors of American art find much to enjoy at the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum.


LABOR DAY WEEKEND AUCTION

The Woodstock Fine Art Auction – held annually on Labor Day Weekend and co-sponsored by auctioneer and gallery owner James Cox – features a varied selection of works in a range of prices for the discriminating connoisseur. Woodstock artists are highlighted, but it’s possible to find artists from farther a field, as well. Funds raised from the Fine Art Auction help support the WAAM Permanent Collection, thereby promoting and preserving the artistic heritage of the Woodstock region. Consignments are invited. For more information, call 845-679-2198 extension 102 or email info@woodstockart.org.


THE FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

Collectors with a special interest in Woodstock’s art heritage may join the WAAM Founders’ Circle. Members at this level receive the WAAM annual print, special invitations to preview parties and other events, as well as notification about exhibitions, gallery talks and other events relating to Woodstock artists at the WAAM and beyond. To find out more, click here.


ARCHIVES, EXHIBITIONS, AND PUBLICATIONS

The WAAM Archives preserve information on hundreds of important, though little known, artists who lived and worked in the region. For more information, call 679-2198 extension 105 or email emily@woodstockart.org.

Rotating exhibitions in the Towbin Museum Wing feature works from the WAAM Permanent Collection and select loans, providing fresh perspective on Woodstock artists and their careers. Publications are available from many of our past exhibitions and provide scholarly information on many of the artists associated with Woodstock. Woodstock’s Art Heritage, The Permanent Collection of the Woodstock Artists Association (Overlook Press, 1987) is a valuable resource for those interested in American art of the 20th century. To order a copy, email josephine@woodstockart.org or call 845-679-2198.


ANNUAL PRINTS

The WAAM has a limited inventory of Annual Prints remaining. The Annual Print Award has been given out since 1948 and has been granted to artists such as Arnold Blanch, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Fletcher Martin and Andrée Ruellan. Prints are all original, signed and numbered limited-edition etchings, lithographs, woodblock cuts, serigraphs, or mixed technique.

Annual Prints still in stock include works by Bruce Ackerman, Donna Albright, Franklin Alexander, Eric Angeloch, Robert Angeloch, Leslie Bender, Lucile Blanch, Bob Blanchard, Martin Carey, Edward Chavez, Michael Denson, Steve Dininno, Karl E. Fortess, Ernest Frazier, Dan Gelfand, Helen Gerardia, Milton Glaser, Carolyn Haeberlin, David K. Holt, Mary James, Brunie Kandora, Andrew Kooistra, Sidney Laufman, Lillian Lent, Eugene Ludins, Howard Mandel, Lorna Massie, Richard McDaniel, Kate McGloughlin, Paula Nelson, Ron Netsky, Robert Orsini, William Pachner, Richard Pantell, Prudence See, Lora Shelley, Lesia Socher, Nancy Summers, Fran Sutherland, and Roman Wachtel.