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One of the easiest things to miss when walking around the lovely Main Street of Skaneateles, is the Barrow art gallery. Barrow was a decent landscape painter and local son who donated a beautiful gallery to hold many of his paintings. It’s at the back...More
You enter the museum thru this lovely little library which is a treasure on its own. The intern who was the docent was very helpful giving us info on the artist. We also would have enjoyed more written info regarding the various works of art.
Passing the library on the way grab an ice coffee with my adult children I spotted the sign for an art gallery and made an immediate detour to this local treasure.
A very informative volunteer named Sally escorted me throughout the two rooms while I...More
The gallery is located in a building that was added on the back of the historic library in 1900. There is a small hallway in the back right corner of the library that will lead you to the gallery. It is free to visit but...More
The Barrow Art is on display in the rear room of the public library. It is quite a large number of pictures. Was a bit disappointed that there were no titles or dates on the pictures to help guide the viewer. Is a Free exhibit...More
An unbelievable collection of John D Barrow's works in this gallery attached to the library. You walk in and if you love this type of art you are in a different space filled with exquisite paintings by this gifted artist. The curator's are helpful and...More
My wife and I spent a day at the lake and wandered into the library looking for the art gallery
I expected a small display but was surprised to see this gallery
I couldn't believe how great it was
Maybe 50 to 60 works of...More
While on a day trip to Skaneatles, we noticed a sign for a free art show at the John D Barrow Art Gallery outside of the library and decided to take a quick peek. The gallery is in the rear of the library. (Yes, you...More