The original mission of the Montauk Artists' Association was to bring art and art education to the Montauk area residents and visitors. In 1998 the Association acquired the Montauk Railroad Station, which the Long Island Railroad had stopped using about 28 years before. Our good fortune included four years of concentrated fund raising in order to pay for our extensive reconstruction. The Town of East Hampton annual grant awards and the generous donations from our members allowed us to renovate the interior of the building from the floor of the basement up. In 2003, we finished the second floor. Our first season of art classes was offered and was a success. Adult courses in pastel, watercolor, acrylic and oil painting, life drawing, photography and children's art keep our Depot studios buzzing from June into October. We have motivated students and first rate instructors.
Our updated 2017 class schedule for adults and children is listed below. Classes are free for members of the Montauk Artists Association.
CREATIVE WORKSHOPS / 3 Days for $130.00 / 10 am until 1 pm.
Workshops are upstairs at the Depot Art Gallery. Located at the Montauk Train Station. For more information on signing up for classes please call 631-668-5336 or 631-327-8931 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our application for taking classes can be downloaded and printed here. Please mail it to the address on the application form.
You can also print out our class schedule postcard here.
MEET OUR INSTRUCTORS
Dalton Portella Learn the fundamentals of even washes and gradations, the wet on wet technique, and exploring art through blending colors to create a unique palette for watercolor painting.
Teresa Lawler Learn how to combine and melt colorful glass shards. Choose to design a glass tile, a sun catcher, pendants or magnets.
Haim Mizrahi Using art and poetry, you will explore the relationship between one creative medium to another, the power of cross implementing, and how we benefit from bringing these two worlds together.
Karyn Mannix Creating tones and textures in pen and ink. In these sessions, you will explore a variety of pen and ink techniques. You will learn techniques for capturing values, textures, contours and tones.
Joseph Eschenberg Experience the A-sam-blazh technique using Shape Crete cement and reclaimed wood to create beautiful and unique Functional Art.