Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden Welcome Celebration
The Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden heartily welcomes everyone back for a diverse and exciting 3 seasons of relaxing garden strolls, art exhibitions, cultural programs, tea ceremonies, workshops, tai chi and meditation sessions, and of course our Annual Moon Viewing concert of traditional Japanese music.
2022 Season opens to the public Sat April 16th 12-4pm
Museum Hours: Wednesdays - Saturdays 12-4pm
Saturday, April 23, 2022 / 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
A full afternoon of art, music, an Earth Day garden tour,
an Asian brush painting demonstration, and a meet the artists reception.
Spring Exhibitions: April 16th - May 14th, 2022
Guild Hall Gallery: Brush With Nature
Annual exhibition of the Asian Brush Artists Guild
Chinese brush painting rooted in the quiet contemplation of nature.
Multiple works by 16 member artists and a Chinese brush painting
demonstration by Judy Giguere, April 23rd at 3pm
Hays Gallery: Color and Content
A memorial retrospective exhibition of iconic series by noted artist
Sheilah Rechtschaffer. (1938-2021)
A master of color, Rechtschaffer’s impressionist works and environmental installations were both thought provoking and beautiful. This survey exhibition also includes works from her most recent and joyful Jazz series.
Goelet Gallery: Against the Grain: New Expressions in Origami
Ben Parker and Thomas R. Crain
Each artist has his own distinct approach to the material that takes origami beyond its traditional craft roots and breaks free of the expected imagery.
Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden.
28 Deveau Road
North Salem, NY 10560