Support the RMAA with a Tour of the Ringwood Manor Art Collection
Saturday, April 6th 10:30 am
Sunday, April 7th 1:30 pm
$20 per person; Tours limited to 20 people.
The weekend of April 6 & 7, Ringwood Manor Association of the Arts (RMAA) will be offering exclusive small group tours of the historic manor house that will focus solely on the art collection displayed throughout the site that was collected by the Cooper & Hewitt families. Led by the Manor historian, Sue Shutte, pieces by artists Jacque Henri Sablet, Foeiqua, Jasper Cropsey, Vernon Howe Bailey, Gordon Stevenson, Dora Wheeler Keith, James Carroll Beckwith, and many more will be highlighted.
Tours are approximately an hour and a half long.
All proceeds from the art tours will be used to support the Carriage Barn Roof
To purchase, select your session and number of tickets below.
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**These Tickets Are No Longer Available**
** Please note: these tours are designed especially for people interest in learning more about the art collection at Ringwood Manor. To learn more about the history of Ringwood Manor, it is highly recommended that registrants attend a regularly offered guided tour of the Manor.
Running in conjunction with Ringwood Manor’s Victorian Christmas, the RMAA’s Annual Holiday Sale runs the first three weekends of December from 11am – 4pm (and some select Wednesdays).
The RMAA is a 501(c) non-profit community art organization operating in Ringwood Manor State Park, holding numerous exhibitions and program throughout the year. Artist’s and crafters donate a portion of all proceeds back to the RMAA.
Receiving for this year’s Open Photography Exhibition is Saturday, July 28 from 11am-2pm at the Barn Gallery. If you do not yet have your entry form , a PDF form can be downloaded and printed HERE.
Summer is a busy time for everyone, so, we’d like to thank our 2018 adjudicators for blocking out time for us. Our judges for 2018 are fine-art photographer and University instructor Robin Schwartz (http://www.robinschwartz.net/bio/) and noted photographer Trevor Hodgson.
Winners will be notified via email and awards are expected to be up by Wednesday August 1, with show programs printed by Saturday August 4.
Last, but not least, if you can volunteer on receiving day, please let us know, we do need the help.
On Sunday, May 20, 2018 – 12:00pm – 3:30pm at Ringwood Manor, Phyllis Shenny will be presenting “Your Personal Lens” a hands-on iPhone/iPad Photography and Art workshop at the RMAA’s Gallery in Ringwood Manor State Park.
The workshop fee is $50 for RMAA members and $60 for non-members, prepaid.
$60 for members and $70 for non-members at the door.
Your spot can be reserved by paying via the PayPal Donate button on the bottom of the RMAA’s website (Please put “iPhone Workshop” in the payment comment) or by sending a check payable to RMAA to:
Phyllis Shenny c/o TruBamboo
38 E. Ridgewood Ave.
Ridgewood, NJ 07450
Full information is below or can be downloaded HERE
Workshop presenter Phyllis Shenny can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org for workshop questions.
On the weekend of April 7, 2018, the Ringwood Manor Association of the Arts (RMAA) in conjunction with Ringwood Manor Parkwill be offering exclusive small group tours of the historic manor house on the grounds of Ringwood Manor State Park. In keeping with the spirit and mission of the RMAA, the tours will focus on the art collection in the Manor House and be hosted by the Manor curator and historian, Sue Shutte. All proceeds from the tour will go to support the RMAA, a registered 501(c)3 non-profit community art association.
The historic Ringwood Manor served as the summer estate of the Gilded Age industrialist Cooper-Hewitt families and is a National Historic Landmark District. The varied canvas and illustrative Cooper-Hewitt art collection in the Manor House include paintings by 19th-century Hudson River School founder Thomas Cole, important American landscape artist Jasper Cropsey, and landscape and still life artist Martin Johnson Heade.
Two tour sessions will be offered:
Saturday, April 7 – 10:30am Sunday, April 8 – 1:30pm
The tour cost is $20 with all proceeds going to support the Ringwood Manor Association of the Arts. Tours are limited to 20 people for each session. Due to group size limitations, advance payment is required to reserve your spot. Reservation payment can be made via the PayPal Donate button at the bottom right of our web page.
For further information and inquiries please contact the RMAA: RingwoodManorArts@gmail.com
Reservation payment via check may be made payable to RMAA and mailed to:
PO Box 32
Ringwood, NJ 07456
We are excited to once again be hosting the RMAA Holiday Sale to benefit the Carriage Barn Roof Restoration Fund. The sale will run from 11am – 4pm during the weekends of December 2-3 & 9- 10, and the day of December 6th, concurrent with Ringwood Manor’s Victorian Christmas celebration. This event brings lots of visitors to the Carriage Barn Gallery and is designed to feature the varied talents of our artists.
Each Artist can submit up to 10 pieces of hanging artwork, and an unlimited amount of crafts, ornaments, jewelry, prints, etc. This gives our artists an additional opportunity to showcase their talents.
There is NO charge to participate in the sale. All items must be for sale and we request a 30% donation to the RMAA Carriage Barn Restoration Fund. Of course, any donations of items for sale are greatly appreciated.
You need not be a member to participate. However, should the gallery be full, members work will be given priority and we reserve the right to rotate items for display.
Alternatively, Artists can choose to rent a table during the show, at the cost of $40 per day or $60 for 2 days.
We will also be sponsoring an Ornament Contest, with cash prizes! All ornaments must be for sale and will be displayed either in Mr. Hewitt’s Office at Ringwood Manor or in the Carriage Barn Gallery.
Receiving for both the Holiday Sale and the Ornament Contest will take place, November 11th and November 25th from 11am – 2pm in the Carriage Barn Gallery.
The prospectus’ for the sale and ornament contest can be found below: