- Lockwood Gallery
Since opening in 2019, the Lockwood Gallery has become one of the region’s premier venues for contemporary art featuring the work of Jenny Nelson, Andrew Lyght, Susan Spencer Crowe, Kurt Steger, Polly Law, and Jim Holl, among others.
Located on Route 28 between Kingston and Woodstock, the gallery is located within a 1,300-square-foot-space that architect Michael Lockwood built for his practice. Once construction was finished, however, Lockwood realized what he had built was an ideal place to showcase art, and Lockwood Gallery was born.
Lockwood, an artist himself, curated the first two shows himself before bringing in Alan Goolman, who has overseen the gallery ever since. “Before I was a curator, I was a collector,” says Goolman. “I choose art based on my personal taste and if I love something I'm willing to take a risk on showing it in the gallery.”