Category Archives: sculpture

Photos from DUMBO Open Studios

Photos from the New York Studio School Sculpture Residency during DUMBO Open Studios.  Sculptors Lisa Sanders, Maud Bryt, and Karin Malpeso exhibited their work and invited guests into their space on Jay Street.  To find out more about the Residency Program, click HERE.

Photo Credits: Maud Bryt

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Pre-College Program Photos 2013

The New York Studio School’s Pre-College Program has just finished it’s third year.  High School students immersed themselves in artmaking and critical dialogue for the past three weeks.  In the images above, you’ll see photos of Jill Nathanson’s painting class, Josef Zutelgte’s portrait drawing session, and photos from the reception and exhibition at the end of the program.

Plans are in the works for a fall weekend course- get in touch at wcjernigan(at) for more information!  To find out more about the program, click HERE.

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Graduate Certificate Exhibition 2013

Last night, the Graduate Certificate Exhibition opened in the main gallery, lobby, and student gallery.  The exhibition celebrates the work of Avital Burg, Homa Jull, Seward Ryan and Paul Spadone.  Attached see some images of the work and of opening night.

Exhibition dates:  April 19 – May 3
Open Daily: 10am – 6pm

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New Student Exhibition

Paintings, drawings, collages, and sculptures by New York Studio School full time students. On display in the main Lobby and Lobby Alcove.

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A Home for Sculpture

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Historically, the entryway on 8th Street has always displayed sculpture.  From old photographs of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney’s sculpture in the rounded area in front of the stairs, to busts and marble pieces in the niches; sculpture has always been present.   The niches, however, have been empty for far too long.  Until today, as I walked in to the School to be pleasantly surprised by several works in the entryway.  A large plaster piece, several heads, and a small figure standing in the left niche.  Long may this tradition continue.

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