Saratoga Arts - Arts Center | Arts Council

Guests are welcome to visit The Arts Center Gallery!

Monday through Friday

11am - 5pm
Saturday & Sunday

Opportunities for Artists 

Summer Show: 10 x 10 = 100
Art in the Park

 Our Exhibition Program

Saratoga Arts offers a comprehensive exhibition program, including nearly 20 on-site and 80 off-site exhibitions annually.  With nearly 12,000 visitors per year in the Arts Center Gallery, we continue to enrich community through exposure to high quality, current, contemporary art.

For more information about our Exhibitions program contact:
Elizabeth Dubben, Director of Exhibitions or 518.584.4132


The Arts Center Galleries

In the Main Gallery

10 X 10 = 100

August 1 - September 26

In celebration of our talented arts community and the City of Saratoga Springs’ Centennial Celebration, Saratoga Arts presents the 10x10=100 exhibition, featuring 500+ works of affordable art by 300+ artists of all ages from the region and beyond.
Within this compelling exhibtion, we are proud to feature the 10x10 artworks created by our young artists participating in Saratoga Arts’ Visual Arts Summer Camp program. Every week, new artworks will be added to the exhibition, so every young artist has the opportunity to showcase their creativity. We encourage you to watch the exhibit grow!

In the Members' Hall Gallery

Out of Thin Air

Batiks by Carol Law Conklin

August 1 - August 31

Batik, an ancient method of painting on fabric with wax and dyes, is my medium. Nature, the seasons, farms and animals – especially horses – are my favorite themes. The horse expresses so much flowing movement, dynamic tension, the striving of life. Once the wax is heated it never stops flowing as it is applied with brushes to the fabric and also with the ancient tjanting tool (a copper or brass bowl with a spout) that applies lines.

About Carol: Carol Law Conklin, owner of Amity Farm Batik, is a batik artist based in Washington County, New York. Her work includes farmscapes, equine art, landscapes and fantasy/myth creations.

In the Reception Gallery

Natural Areas in Saratoga Springs

Pastels by Pat Goodale

August 1 - August 31

While we don't necessarily think of natural areas in the city of Saratoga Springs, it has many of these hidden gems.  Walking, biking, canoeing, skiing, or simply sitting and observing all bring one of these backwaters of beauty. 

Artist Statement: Our natural areas in the city add richness to our lives and afford us an opportunity to enjoy the variety of wildlife and the experiences which they offer.  These pastel landscapes explore the magical beauty found in several of these sites.



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Our 2015 Exhibition Season is sponsored by Druthers Brewing Company




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