In February, we did a blog on the Schantz Galleries in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, but it is just one of many located in that area. This week, we thought we’d share some information on a few more galleries that are well worth a visit.
An American Craftsman. Emerging artists share space with well-established ones in this downtown space. The gallery features a wide variety of work—decorative art objects, furniture, jewelry, and more—in wood, clay, fiber, metal, glass, leather and mixed media.
36 Main Street, Stockbridge, MA
Friday – Sunday, 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Hoffman Pottery. Vibrant colors in a whimsical outdoor display let you know you’ve arrived at this West Stockbridge location. The potter, Elaine Hoffman, relishes working with color and it shows in her vast collections of pottery (both usable and decorative) and garden sculptures.
103 Great Barrington Road, Route 41, West Stockbridge, MA
Open daily, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Diana Felber Gallery. The displays at this gallery in West Stockbridge change every six weeks or so during peak season. Featured are paintings, photography, sculpture, pottery, glass, and jewelry by nationally-recognized Berkshire artists and others.
6 Harris Street, West Stockbridge, MA
Opening for the season on May 1, 2018
Friday – Sunday, 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Turn Park Art Space. This is not a gallery, but a wonderful 12-acre sculpture garden on a stunning site that was once a town quarry. Included in the collection is an impressive work from Berkshire sculptor Gene Flores.
2 Moscow Road, West Stockbridge, MA
Monday – Sunday, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Add all these delightful spots to your list of things to do next time you visit. If you haven’t yet made your Staveleigh House reservations for peak season yet, now’s a great time to do it!