Collaborative Concepts

Providing the community with exceptional cultural experiences



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Address:  853 Old Albany Post Rd. Garrison, NY 10579.

 Visiting Instructions: Enter the farm gate on Old Albany Post Rd. just south of mailbox 853 to park your car. Gate has  flag on the road and a mailbox marked Maps. Mailbox contains walking maps and pricelists on sculpture for sale. Leave all farm gates as you find them, either open or closed. Cattle and horses will be roaming the pastures. We suggest that you bring walking shoes and sun protection.  All dogs must be on a leash.
Do not use driveway next to house to access the farm.  
Do not use Coyote Rise as an entrance. It is a private road to private property with NO access to the farm even if your GPS says otherwise. 
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“You can't use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” 

― Maya Angelou

John Martin (2015)

XO-XX #1, Attitude



We believe that professional artists working together can achieve artful accomplishments and provide the community with exceptional cultural experiences. Since its founding in 1999, Collaborative Concepts has curated more than 40 exhibitions in galleries and outdoor settings in the Hudson Valley.


What We Do

Collaborative Concepts at The Putnam Arts Council

Is a partnership program for facilitating art on the Council's Belle Levine Art Center campus in Mahopac. The program began during the Collaborative Concepts Farm Project 2010. The Putnam Arts Council's Visual Arts Committee selected two works of art from the more than sixty works on display at the annual exhibition that takes place each year from Labor Day weekend through October on Saunders Farm, located in Garrison, New York.


Collaborative Concepts at Saunders Farm

All the sculpture installations are temporary, and many works are for sale. The Collaborative Concepts at Saunders Farm exhibition is free and can be viewed from 10 am to dusk, during the exhibition dates. Visitors should dress appropriately for a walk in the country.


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Geoff Feder (2015)

Clemintin Long-Tails


Our Board

Jo-Ann Brody

Susan Buroker

Jodi Carlson

Barbara Galasso

Carla Rae Johnson

Dell Jones

Thom Joyce

James Lloyd

Herman Roggeman