NYF SHOP AND GALLERY

SHOP AND GALLERY

The NYF Gallery of Folk Art is a consignment gallery that features the handmade work of over 65 folk artists. We display the craft of wood carvers, quilters, fiber artists, Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) beadworkers and basketmakers, stone carvers, metal workers, furniture makers, and many more. Along with offering these traditional arts and crafts, we place each piece of artwork in the context of the cultural environment it came from by providing educational materials about the artist and their community.

Come to visit us and take a look around! Many of our folk art items are for sale. For more information, please contact NYF or stop by the Gallery. Browsers are welcome.

 

HOURS

10:00 AM – 3:30 PM Tuesday – Saturday
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Sunday

 

SHOW YOUR WORK

If you would like to have your traditional artwork displayed in the gallery, please call us at (518) 346-7008 or email us at info@nyfolklore.org with your contact information and a brief description of your work.

 

FEATURED ARTISTS

Yoshimi Arai, New York
An artist who transforms Yuzen-washi (traditional Japanese paper) into glass-like jewelry.

Bob Bernardi, Altamont
Woodturner. Maker of tops, ornaments, key fobs, shawl pins, food stirrers, jewelry dishes, and bowls.

Bernard Domingo, Yonkers
Bead artist who uses wire and glass beads to create animals, motorcycles, flowers, and other items.

Dan Berggren, Saratoga Springs
Singer/Songwriter of the Adirondacks

Eniko Farkas, Ithaca
Hungarian Embroidery

Walt Fleming, Ballston Lake
Tinsmith

Carol Lukovich, Vestal
Basketmaker and creator of woven pine needle decorations.

Bairbre McCarthy, Saratoga Springs
Irish Storyteller

Colleen O’Connor, LeRoy
Weaver of handmade scarves

George Olson, Richmondville
Woodturner

Ionel Paltanea, Queens
Ukrainian Pasanky

Stanley Ransom, Plattsburgh
A folk musician who sings, plays guitar (6 and 12 string), hammered dulcimer, mandolin, autoharp, bowed psaltery, and others.

Bill Smith, West Colton
Storyteller, Singer, Basketmaker

Mark Swanberry, West Fulton
Stone Mason

Alex Torres, Scotia
Musician

Mary Ward, Whitehall
Quilter

Erin Zink, Schenectady
Crochet Artist