Love Art? Check Out These Exhibitions in Westchester

For arts lovers, there’s nothing better than discovering a new gallery or body of work, and the winter months are the perfect time to go exploring. Westchester is bursting at the seams with exhibitions at locations big and small. From one-room hidden-gem galleries to expansive museums overlooking the Hudson, they all give New York City a run for its money.

Allegory II by Judith Webber on display at the Pelham Art Center Faculty Exhibition 2024. Pelham, New York, Westchester County.

Through Feb 25
Faculty Exhibition 2024
Presented by Pelham Art Center
The works in this exhibition showcase the expertise that the Pelham Art Center instructors bring to their classes. Mixed media, painting, ceramics and more are featured in the gallery.

Afro Lady by Sandra White on display at Rye Arts Center's Black Artists in the Spotlight: Currents of Creativity. Rye, New York, Westchester County.

Through Feb 29
Black Artists in The Spotlight: Currents of Creativity
Presented by Rye Arts Center
In honor of Black History Month, this exhibition features Black artists who use a wide array of media to display their creative abilities, including mixed media works, digital art, paintings, collages and more.

Falling Leaves by Kate Buggeln, on Display at MAG in Mamaroneck, NY, Westchester County.

Through March 2
Presented by Mamaroneck Artists Guild
Mamaroneck Artists Guild showcases its members’ artistic abilities with an array of works that include photography, oil painting, watercolors, acrylic and more.

KMA Young Artists 2024, Katonah, NY, Westchester County

Through March 3
Young Artists 2024
Presented by Katonah Museum of Art
High school seniors from across Fairfield, Putnam, Rockland and Westchester Counties have created the 365 works of art, from oil paintings to sculptures, that are on display in the galleries of the Katonah Museum of Art.

Ella FItzgerald, on DIsplay at BAC in Ossining, NY, Westchester County

Through March 8
Presented by Bethany Arts Community
This show, curated by Ossining Village Historian Joyce Sharrock Cole, highlights periods in American History during which Black presence made a profound impact on the communities surrounding Ossining.

Rebecca Rivard, Woven Rains on display at Yellow Studio NY's Frequency Exhibition. Cross River, NY.

March 2-28
Presented by Yellow Studio NY
This exhibition showcases local artists who use various forms of abstract art to delve into the rhythmic energy of line, color and form.  Guitar artwork, musical line paintings and nature-inspired tapestries will be featured.

Palmer, Chandelier, on display at Clay Art Center.

March 4-April 5
Lighting the Way
Presented by Clay Art Center
This invitational exhibition features structural and functional works by Clay Art Center studio artists that are inspired by light, including lamps, candle holders and more.

Kikuo Saito, Blue Sake, on display at KinoSaito

March 9-May 5
Kikuo Saito: Unraveling
Presented by KinoSaito
Six canvases from acclaimed artist Kikuo Saito will be on display for this exhibition. The works were created during a period of time where Saito had been changing the dynamic of his unique abstract style.

Trudy Borenstein Sugiura Peace Skuawks, on display at HVMOCA

Through April 10
Presented by HVMOCA
Artists interpret and portray the tensions of “war,” which is interpreted loosely to include both internal and external conflicts between people and/or cultures. 

Photo by John Shearer: MLK Jr. funeral, on display at the Capa Space.

Through April 21
American Moments: John Shearer
Presented by The Capa Space
This exhibition displays more than 30 images by photojournalist John Shearer that capture iconic historical events in the 1960s and ‘70s, such as the funeral of Martin Luther King Jr.

James Seward, You Broke My Heart, on display at the Hudson River Museum.

Through May 12
Embrace: Cinematic Moments by James Seward
Presented by Hudson River Museum
This exhibition’s exploration of embraces from American cinema, as removed from their original context, refocuses the viewer’s perception of the universal experience of hugging.

"Hoodie" from the new exhibition "In Plain Sight: Portraits of the Unseen" at Arc Stages

Through May 31
In Plain Sight: Portraits of the Unseen
Presented by Arc Stages
Images on display in Arc Stages’ Radius Gallery documents the fleeting connections photographer Julie Rosen has made with people who find themselves on the streets. Click here to read more about this exhibition.

Bronze Casting, Kenneth Snelson, on display at the David Rockefeller Center at Pocatinco.

Through July 21
Portraits of Process
Presented by David Rockefeller Center at Pocantico
These 34 bronze life castings of the hands of contemporary artists like Maya Lin, Kiki Smith and John Waters were created for the American Artists’ Hand Archive.

Edward Hopper, Barber Shop, on display at the Neuberger Museum of Art

Through December 22
The Making of a Museum: 50 Years
Presented by Neuberger Museum of Art
In honor of the Museum’s 50th anniversary, a multi-part exhibition features four distinct projects that will be unveiled over the next several months.

Photo captions: Banner: Threnody by Cleve Gray (courtesy of Neuberger Museum of Art / copyright 2024 Estate of Cleve Gray / photo credit: Jerry Thompson); Offerings by Emlyn Taveras (courtesy of Pelham Art Center); Afro Lady by Sandra White (courtesy of Rye Arts Center); Falling Leaves by Kate Buggeln (courtesy of Mamaroneck Artists Guild); exhibition on display (courtesy of Katonah Museum of Art); Ella Fitzgerald (courtesy of Bethany Arts Community); Woven Terrains by Rebecca Rivard (courtesy of Yellow Studio NY); chandelier (photo source; Blue Snake by Kikuo Saito (source of; Peace Squawks by Trudy Borenstein-Sugiura (courtesy of HVMOCA); photo by John Shearer (courtesy of The Capa Space); You Broke My Heart by James Seward (courtesy of Hudson River Museum); cast of Kenneth Snelson’s hand (courtesy of DR Center at Pocantico); Barber Shop by Edward Hopper (courtesy of Neuberger Museum of Art).

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