The Studio

Located on the Van Vleck Farm and Nature Sanctuary at the intersection of Flanders and Church Hill Roads in Woodbury, the studio is used for educational programs and workshops for all ages. A two-level building of classic post-and-beam design, featuring a north-facing wall of windows and natural light, it was designed by and built for Natalie Van Vleck in 1928 as an art studio. It is situated next to the farmhouse, which was the home of Natalie’s parents and which is now the residence of Flanders’ Executive Director. The studio is one of the larger and more actively used public spaces at the Van Vleck Farm, accommodating group meetings, lectures, nature programs and art classes. Public parking is available in the lot across from the studio, on the south side of Flanders Road.

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