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Salem Art Works

19 Cary Lane, Salem, NY 12865
+1 518-854-7674
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Who Knew This Great Place Existed?

From the Beautiful old dairy farm ,a circa 1790,along Cary Lane in Salem,NY based on the 120 acres... read more

Reviewed 6 February 2017
BrooklynCapo
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East Brunswick, New Jersey
Fabulous place to explore and observe creative sculpture and forge artists in a gorgeous setting

This unprepossessing artist's showcase has been one of the great surprises of this year. An old... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2016
despidey
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Atlanta, Georgia
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19 Cary Lane, Salem, NY 12865
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Reviewed 6 February 2017

From the Beautiful old dairy farm ,a circa 1790,along Cary Lane in Salem,NY based on the 120 acres sculpture park along with several other fantastic structures, This place is a must see, and who knew it ever existed. If you love art and nature and...More

Thank BrooklynCapo
Reviewed 9 August 2016

This unprepossessing artist's showcase has been one of the great surprises of this year. An old dairy farm has been re-purposed as a sanctuary for metal workers, forgers, ceramicists, glass blowers and others. The sculpture garden, on a hill behind all the workshops features some...More

Thank despidey
Reviewed 21 December 2015

We enjoy going to the Salem Art Works to walk out back. There is a huge area that you can either drive to the top of the hill or walk. I like to take my dog there to run across the fields. It’s great seeing...More

Thank Linda147
Reviewed 13 September 2015

Not an artist but I am always amazed by the mind of an artist. And this is on display at Salem Art works. On a farm like setting wander through the works of the up and coming. The artists works do not end in the...More

Thank pkb345
Reviewed 12 August 2015

I recently took a stained glass class at SAW. I had a blast! Great teacher great atmosphere. The grounds are expansive and it's fun to explore the sculpture park as well as hiking on the trail system they have developed. You can also just pop...More

Thank mthompson13
Reviewed 28 April 2015

We visited during national sculpture day. There are 100+ acres with various forms of sculpture scattered throughout. We watched glass blowing as well as blacksmithing. Everyone was very knowledgable and friendly. Kid friendly as well. You need more that a couple of hours to see...More

Thank Sean S
Reviewed 4 August 2013

The grounds have a surprise everywhere you turn. The art work and sculptures are the best I have seen in all my travels. Kipuka Theatre did a two week residency to workshop a new piece "The Disastrous Tale of Vera and Linus" which they will...More

Thank ActingJan
Reviewed 10 November 2012

Fun place to walk around and see the large works of outdoor art. There are also hiking trails. Especially fun to go during the fall festival when there are demonstrations of artists working (for example glass blowing), product vendors and food vendors.

Thank GirlScoutMom-CT
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