Mohonk Tulip Festival
May 3 – 14, 2021
FEATURED EVENTS FROM PAST YEARS
Experience the wonder and beauty of spring on our mountaintop when our Victorian Show Garden comes to life and is filled with thousands of tulips. Explore the many varieties and absolute explosion of color as we showcase 2,000 tulips and celebrate the turn of the seasons through Facebook and Instagram .
Welcome to our Virtual Tulip Festival
Mohonk’s head gardener Clint Claussen gives us a sneak peek of all the early blooms.
Pastels in the Garden
Join Mohonk’s art instructor Alee Desiderio as she captures the beauty of the vibrant tulip garden.
Virtual Art Tutorial
Alee Desiderio, our art instructor will guide you in this tutorial on how to draw a tulip using pastels.
Official Virtual Garden Tour
Join our head gardener Clint Claussen on a virtual tour to learn more about the journey of our 20,000 tulips from 2020.
Family of Woodstock and CronArtUSA raffle
We’ve teamed up with New Paltz based artist Ryan Cronin, CronArtUSA, who recently created an original artwork in honor of the Mohonk Tulip Festival.
Anyone who donates to this fundraiser will be automatically entered to be randomly selected to receive the first unframed print of this original artwork. The print will be printed on Hahnemuhle paper, an archival, heavy weight, fine art paper which guarantees high color density, superior resistance to light and aging, and unchanging quality in reproduction. All of the artwork is scanned to ensure the most accurate representation of the original.
The fundraiser will end on May 31st. We will direct message the winner of the print via Facebook on June 1st. The winner will have a choice between an unframed 11″ x 14″ or 30″ x 40″ print.
Original Artwork Available for Purchase
If you’re interested in owning this original piece, the painting is available for purchase on CronArtUSA’s website.
Interview with Artist Ryan Cronin
Anna Conalon interviews artist Ryan Cronin about his work, it’s impact in the local community and collaborating with Mohonk Mountain House’s Tulip Festival.
Ryan Cronin speaks in-depth about the work process of his Mohonk tulip painting, memories of the Mountain House, and the creative spirit of the town with Ana Conalon.
Artist, Co-owner of CronArtUSA
As a painter, sculptor, muralist and product designer, Ryan Cronin reconfigures the world through art by appropriating text and figures from his surroundings. Cronin’s work provokes discussion and tackles social issues, while bringing a sense of play into the viewer’s day. A passionate and global-minded philanthropist, Cronin founded 12 Months of Giving in 2016 to give back to causes close to his heart. Each year, different charities are chosen to be beneficiaries to support the work he does as an agent of change. Since 2015 Cronin has maintained a permanent gallery location and shop in New Paltz, NY. Recently he has opened pop-up locations in Westport, CT and Pound Ridge, NY and he continues to show his work in Asbury Park, NJ, Telluride, CO, and Mallorca Spain. In September of 2019, Cronin completed a month-long artists’ residency at Thread through the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation in Senegal, West Africa.
Curator and Exhibitions Manager at The Dorsky Museum of Art
Anna Conlan is a curator and art historian who has worked in museums and the arts for more than twenty years, including The Royal Academy of Art in London and The Museum for African Art in New York. Anna is currently serving as Curator and Exhibitions Manager at The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, New York. She was recently a curatorial consultant and catalog author for the critically acclaimed “Art After Stonewall: 1969-89” exhibition that toured nationwide. Since joining the Dorsky Museum in 2019 Anna has curated the retrospective “Totally Dedicated: Leonard Contino, 1940-2016” and “Collecting Local: Twelve Years of the Hudson Valley Artists Annual Purchase Award”. Anna’s current online exhibition “Stay Home, Make Art” shares artwork made during social-distancing by over 250 local artists. Her next Dorsky Museum show will be a contemporary group exhibition, titled “New Folk: Hudson Valley Artists 2020”. Anna’s academic research on queer feminist cultural history is published in Feminist Theory Journal and Gender, Sexuality, and Museums: A Routledge Reader. She has an MA in Feminism and the Visual Arts from the University of Leeds, UK, and an MA in Museum Anthropology from Columbia University, NY. Anna lives in New Paltz, NY, with her wife and two young daughters.
Family of Woodstock
Family of Woodstock, Inc. (Family) is a multi-program human service agency providing services throughout Ulster County. Founded in 1970, Family’s principle focuses are crisis intervention services including emergency shelters, child care programs, case management and care coordination services, and food programs. The goal of Family’s programs is to assist people to achieve self-sufficiency and self-respect.