Since 1982, Hudson River Valley Art Workshops (HRVAW) has been welcoming artists and instructors from around the world to the historic Greenville Arms 1889 Inn to learn, create, and relax! At our facility you'll find an all inclusive setting of a 24-hour climate-controlled art studio, unique lodging, and on-site meals in the beautiful Hudson River Valley region of Upstate New York.

Our family-run arts center hosts 15 rooms with private baths and the majority feature house-made quilts, providing a feeling of home most other venues can't match. Workshops are hosted from March through December of each year and include everything from traditional painting techniques to mixed media abstract art to a wide range of fiber and art quilt options.

Upcoming Workshops

Retreat Week

Sun, September 1 to Sat, September 7 2019

All Media

Open For Enrollment

Figures In Pastel with Margaret Dyer

Sun, September 8 to Sat, September 14 2019

Margaret Dyer


6 Spots Left

Floral Arrangement: Creating Fused Flower Quilts with Sue Benner

Sun, August 11 to Sat, August 17 2019

Sue Benner


8 Spots Left

HOT with Susan Lenz

Sun, August 18 to Sat, August 24 2019

Susan Lenz


7 Spots Left

Lately On The Blog

Workshop Report: Painterly Landscapes & Portraits with Alain Picard

Pastel and oil painter Alain Picard joined us for the first time in April 2019 for a wonderful workshop on landscapes and portraits. Here’s what[….]
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Workshop Report: True Colors with Kellee Wynne Conrad

Our first workshop of 2019 couldn’t have been more fun! Maryland-based artist Kellee Wynne Conrad joined us for the first time for an acrylics and[….]
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Three Questions for Susan Brubaker Knapp

Returning in 2019 is fiber artist, author, and teacher Susan Brubaker Knapp. In 2014, she became the host of “Quilting Arts TV,” which is shown[….]
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Three Questions for Michael Solovyev

Another new-to-us instructor for 2019 is Montreal-based Michael Solovyev. Joy and reverence are evident in everything he produces, perhaps especially in the deep play of[….]
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