Following the closing this past June of David Tobey's two-and-a-half-month one-man art show at the White Plains Museum, three venues in Westchester County are now newly exhibiting his sculpture. They include The Washington Square Art Gallery, 367 South Ridge Street in Rye Brook; James, 21 Babbit Road in Bedford Hills, and the museum store at The Katohan Museum, Route 22 & Jay Street in Katonah.
The Washington Square Gallery, that specializes in art by internationally famous artists such as Charles Fazzino and Thomas Arvid, is featuring large sculptures from more than a foot to five feet in height. James and The Katonah Museum store have a selection of smaller works. Every sculpture on display at all three locations are one-of-a kind creations.
Tobey is a lifetime resident of New Rochelle, an art & music teacher in the Albert Leonard and Isaac Young Middle Schools and who's the city's Middle School Orchestra Director has had over a dozen solo and group shows of his art at galleries both here in Westchester and in New York City.