Modernism at the Woodstock Art Colony

1 pm
West Hall
Free

As the 20th century progressed, many of the artists working in Woodstock were inspired by modern art movements coming out of Europe. Cubism and Abstraction were two of these styles that the Woodstock artists particularly enjoyed experimenting with. Come learn how the artists incorporated these new and exciting styles into their own works, and try them out for yourself while creating your own art.   Children, ages 9 and older

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Rolph Scarlett artwork

Rolph Scarlett
Abstract Composition
about 1940, gouache on paper, 3 ½ x 3 ¼ in.

The Historic Woodstock Arts Colony:  Arthur A. Anderson Collection 

Photo Credit: Eric R. Lapp