WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- ArtsWestchester has announced the opening of "Drawing Line into Form: Works on Paper" by sculptors from the BNY Mellon Collection at its gallery in White Plains.
Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, noon-5 p.m.
The new exhibit is part of the organization’s latest initiatives to develop 50 new arts and business partnerships in recognition of its 50th anniversary next year.
The expansive art collection, encompassing 69 works on paper, includes exploratory studies and stand-alone finished works of art by some of the most noted sculptors of our times, including Alexander Calder, Mark di Suvero, Olafur Eliasson, Sol Lewitt, Maya Lin, Henry Moore, Kiki Smith and Fred Wilson.
“ArtsWestchester is privileged to have been selected by BNY Mellon Wealth Management to show these works in our gallery,” said Janet Langsam, CEO.
“Hosting this corporate art collection is an example of one of the 50 arts and business partnerships initiated in recognition of our golden anniversary. Our goal with this initiative is to further sustain the vibrant arts community in the county that we have helped to build and nurture since 1965.”
Jean Marie Connolly, senior director of BNY Mellon, commented on the exhibition.
“We have been a great supporter of the arts for years. Our 'Drawing Line into Form' collection is just one of the ways that we promote professional works of art,” said Connolly. “We are pleased to have this remarkable collection displayed here in the county and to further develop our partnership with ArtsWestchester, an organization that makes a huge impact in the community.”
ArtsWestchester is at 31 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains.
For more information about the exhibit and ArtsWestchester, visit www.artsw.org or call 914-428-4220.
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