BHAA enhances meaning of its wild landscape and built environment. We engage our immediate community and beyond, acknowledging core values of family, serenity, and the tenants of simplicity held by our Quaker founders, to foster an understanding and respect for the Buck Hill Falls’ forests, waterways and built environment through the work of artists and their art.
Buck Hill Art Association
Storm King Trip
Members of the BHAA are invited to tour the 500 acre outdoor sculpture museum on August 9th
Your membership support enables us to maintain and share our collection as well as offer enriching opportunities to our community.
Traditionally, a typical season includes the following events:
Scholarships to deserving art students headed to higher education, Art Conservation and Restoration, ArtPaths, Fireside Chats, Sketching the Seasons, Lectures and Classes, Art Fest Weekend and more.
by H. Dudley Murphy N.A.
oil on canvas, 29 7/8 X 25 inches
BHAA was founded in 1933 to arrange special exhibition paintings in the public rooms of the Inn. In its first twenty years it has formed a collection of some distinction. The artwork was selected from commercial art galleries primarily in New York. BHAA’s conservation program commenced in late 2019, is a continuing effort to conserve and preserve the artwork in the permanent collection.
- Victor Anderson
- John Koch
End of a Winter Day
- Edna Palmer Engelhardt
Toward The River
- Kenneth Gayoso How
- Walter E. Baum
- H. Dudley Murphy N.A.
The Falls at Buck Hill
- DeWitt Clinton Boutelle, N.A.