Galleries & Studios In the Art District
Amejo Wyn Amyot, PHD
More than an artist, I am a creator. The process of making something beautiful or inspiring is more important to me than the finished product. Creating from my source, is the greatest blessing of making art. For 20 years I was a clay sculptor and created women in all her Goddess forms. Later I began to sculpt birds, especially crows. Birds represent our souls and are our teachers.
Cottage of Art & Design
A group of five artists have come together to share space, create community and offer a dazzling array of art in a variety of media. 73 Beekman St., an historic building that was once a beloved barbershop, now houses work by local creatives as well as serve as space for (small) gatherings and workshops in the heart of the Saratoga Springs, NY Arts District.
Eden Compton Gallery
Eden Compton Studio is a fine art gallery showcasing the work of both local and nationally known artists as well as curated group shows during the summer/fall season. It is also a teaching studio offering private classes and workshops in many mediums for every skill level.
Greentree Fiber Arts
Susan Rivers of Greentree Fiber Arts offers a wide variety of fabric art and products. Custom work is a specialty. Contact her at Susan@GreentreeFiberArts.com for more information.
Visit at: 73 Beekman Street Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 Cottage of Art & Design
A working weaving studio with several looms along with a display of handwoven work by Cecilia and Richard Lockwood under the Frittelli & Lockwood label. Apparel, accessories, and home goods are handwoven and constructed in the studio, available for sale or custom order. Weaving workshops offered in January.
Visit at: 143 Grand Ave at Beekman St Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 parking available in lot off Beekman St behind shop
The Dark Gem Shoppe
The Dark Gem Shoppe sells handmade jewelry by Boshek Designs, jewelry from other designers, accessories, candles, bath and body products, incense, home décor, crystals, as well as beads and other jewelry-making supplies.
Visit at: 30 Beekman Street, Unit 4 Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 Side of building entrance 2nd door
Upstairs Artist Co-op
The Upstairs Artist Co-op at 79 Beekman Street is a diverse group of artists who maintain studios where they work on their art among the other artists in a cooperative setting. Individual artists in the group work to create unique original fine art in various types of media including oil and acrylic paints, pastels, photography, pottery, textile arts, jewelry and artisan crafts.
Shops & Services In the Art District
C.R.E.A.T.E Community Studios
C.R.E.A.T.E. Community Studios is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit dedicated to providing a space where the benefits of art-making impact both the individual and the community as a whole. We offer low-cost art workshops and groups, community wellness activities, and open studios to promote art-making and the creative process as a vehicle for personal growth, communication, and social change.
Visit at: 70 Beekman Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Frederick Allen Elks Lodge #609 & Mary A. Carter Temple #362
The Frederick Allen Elks Lodge #609 and its auxilary-sister Mary A. Carter Temple #362 -- I.B.P.O.E. of W. chartered-members since 1925 -- With the mission of cultivating the principles of "Charity, Justice, Fidelity, and Brotherly-Sisterly Love," the Lodge is the historical heart of Saratoga Springs' African American citizens and continues to serve and support our community and the humanitarian needs of our city and people, across all diverse demographics.
Visit at: 69 Beekman St Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
PLUM & CRIMSON fine interior design
At Plum & Crimson, we are excited by the daily opportunities to create unique and fresh designs for our clients. We approach each project with enthusiasm, creativity and professionalism. Whether it be new home construction or a redesign of a room in your home; allow us to share with you our expertise on color, textures, patterns and proportions in any phase of a project.
Principessa Elena Italian Society
“Organized by a group of Italian-American men to assist Italian families who immigrated to Saratoga Springs, the club was named after Elena, who was a beautiful Italian princess in the old country. The Principessa Elena Society was founded January 4, 1900 and the founding organizing principle was to benefit their members based on fraternity, liberty, and equality and to promote the moral and collective welfare of its members.” – “Dublin Revisted” by Lee Signor
Visit at: 13 Oak St Saratoga Springs, NY 12866