Local Art Galleries You Can Browse For Free

ArtsWestchester’s Arts Exchange and the Rye Arts Center highlight the county’s best places to view without spending anything.



Museum visits may cost big bucks ($25 for MoMA, anyone?), but they don’t have a monopoly on all the art in this world. Skip the admission fees and head to one of these local galleries and art centers, where you can browse without spending a dime.

 

ArtsWestchester’s Arts Exchange

White Plains (914) 428-4220; www.artswestchester.org

Blue Door Gallery

Yonkers (914) 375-5100; www.bluedoorartcenter.org

Clay Art Center

Port Chester (914) 937-2047; www.clayartcenter.org

Canfin Gallery

Tarrytown (914) 332-4554; www.canfingallery.com

Kenise Barnes Fine Art

Larchmont (914) 834-8077; www.kbfa.com

The Lionheart Gallery

Pound Ridge (914) 764-8689; www.thelionheartgallery.com

Madelyn Jordon Fine Art

Scarsdale (914) 723-8738; www.madelynjordonfineart.com

Pelham Art Center

Pelham (914) 738-2525; www.pelhamartcenter.org

Reverol & Co. Contemporary Art

New Rochelle (914) 413-1120; www.reverolco.com

Mahlstedt Gallery

New Rochelle (914) 246-0526; www.jam415.com

The Rye Arts Center

Rye (914) 967-0700; www.ryeartscenter.org

Upstream Gallery

Dobbs Ferry (914) 674-8548; www.upstreamgallery.com

Also, keep an eye out for Open Studio weekends, where working artists open up their doors and chat with you about their works-in-progress. RiverArts Open Studios was last month (April 26 and 27; www.riverarts.org), but there’s still time for Peekskill Open Studios—which also includes free admission to the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art—on June 7 and 8. For more information, visit www.peekskillartists.org/open_studios.

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