A lot has changed since the Woodstock Music Festival in 1969, but the world’s most famous small town maintains its rep for arts, music and eccentricity.
Features art, jewelry and select Judaica from the Middle East. Located 4.3 miles west of the village of Woodstock, on Route 212 and Harmati Lane. The gallery, sculpture studio and sculpture garden are set on a picturesque pond-site overlooking the mountains. Hours are usually from noon - 5 p.m. and always by appointment. Closed in the winter months.
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