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The Mamaroneck Artists Guild,
located in the village of Larchmont, Town of Mamaroneck was founded in 1953, and is the oldest artists' co-operative, maintaining its own not-for-profit gallery, in Westchester County. Today, the Guild comprises over two hundred 2D & 3D member artists, many of whom have achieved national recognition.

Among MAGs’ members are painters, sculptors, printmakers, photographers, graphic artists, jewelry designers, ceramic and fiber artists. All of our artists are juried into the Guild to achieve membership. 

Artists are available for commission work, e.g. ceramics, jewelry and paintings or photographs of homes, landscapes and portraiture.


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And by appointment

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MAG's Tenth Open Juried Small Works Exhibition will open April 30, 2014 - Information.

Jurying for new members - April 21. 2014.

 

“Aspects”

Two Visions in Black & White

Photography Exhibit

Ruth Raskin
and
Rita Baunok

Tuesday, April 1 - Saturday, April 26

Opening Reception
Saturday, April 5, 3-5pm

On the Gypsy Row #19 - Photograph by Rita Baunok

"On the Gypsy Row #19"
Photograph by Rita Baunok
On the Gypsy Row #3 - Photograph by Rita Baunok

"On the Gypsy Row #3"
Photograph by Rita Baunok
On the Gypsy Row #20 - Photograph by Rita Baunok

"On the Gypsy Row #20"
Photograph by Rita Baunok

On the Gypsy Row #1 - Photograph by Rita Baunok

"On the Gypsy Row #1"
Photograph by Rita Baunok

The majority of the Romungros, the Hungarian Gypsies, still live segregated on the “Gypsy Row”, on the last streets of the villages and towns.

There are 12 million Roma people scattered around the world. 70 percent of the European Gypsy population settled in Central and Eastern Europe. Hungary is at the fourth place after Romania, Bulgaria and Spain in terms of estimated figures for the number of Gypsies resident in 38 European countries. The Gypsy population forms the largest ethnic minority in Hungary with their number  between 400,000 and 600,000. - Rita Baunok



Route 66 Chevrolet - Photograph by Ruth Raskin

"Route 66 Chevrolet"
Photograph by Ruth Raskin

White Sands Silhouettes - Photograph by Ruth Raskin

"White Sands Silhouettes"
Photograph by Ruth Raskin

Roswell Residents - photograph by Ruth Raskin

"Roswell Residents"
Photograph by Ruth Raskin

Santa Rita Mine - Photograph by Ruth Raskin

"Santa Rita Mine"
Photograph by Ruth Raskin
Road Trip: New Mexico.  Fourteen days.  More than 1,500 miles.  Thirteen rolls of black-and-white film.  This is my vision of The Land of Enchantment. - Ruth Raskin
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