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MAG gallery is reopening at 1987 Palmer Avenue in Larchmont, NY!

Starting from August 3, 2021, art shows, receptions, and events will be held at the new gallery

and online on our website.

Stop by, email at, or call 914-834-1117

for inquiries and purchases.


Join us as an
Artist Member
or as a
Community Member!



to MAG’s newsletter about upcoming shows & programs.

Read MAG’s July 2021 Newsletter


MAG Summer FUNdraising Auction

Online & Onsite

Welcome and thank you for supporting our FUNdraising auction. We hope you may find it in your heart to generously support the Mamaroneck Artists’ Guild which is reopening it’s gallery in Larchmont. The artworks that are part of MAG FUNdraising auction can be viewed at the gallery on Thur-Sat from Aug 3 to Aug 27 or online here. The closing reception is on Friday, Aug 27, 3-5 pm.

The Mamaroneck Artists’ Guild Gallery is a not for profit 501-3(c) organization. Located in the village of Larchmont and founded in 1953, it is the oldest artists’ co-operative, maintaining its own non-profit gallery, in Westchester County. Today, the Guild comprises of 150 members in various art media and fine crafts many of which have gone on to achieve national recognition.

Our gallery, staffed by a Director and an Associate Director, is open five days a week. We present members’ work exclusively, alternating group shows with solo exhibitions, occasionally at other venues.

We sponsor programs for members and the community including visual presentations, demonstrations, workshops, critiques, and professional development programs for artists.

Support the arts, and local artists, by purchasing one of their works by placing a bid online, or by visiting the gallery at 1987 Palmer Ave in Larchmont, NY.

Fundraising purchases are tax-exempt.

Click to see the show and place your bid

Mamaroneck Artists’ Guild Gallery is proud to be a grantee of ArtsWestchester with the funding made possible by Westchester County government with the support of County Executive George Latimer.

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