Paul Moscatt’s Art Studio Tour

Posted by on Oct 30, 2016 in Blog,News

Two dozen Yalies and friends gathered at Paul Moscatt’s studio in the Cork Building earlier today.  The attendees included fellow artists as well as those with minimal artistic background (such as myself).  Paul generously allowed us to wander his beautiful studio space, which boasts views overlooking Penn Station and the city skyline, where we feasted our eyes on four decades worth of work.  Paul and his wife then led us to a new space on the first floor of the building to see some of his larger paintings, which are currently being arranged for a gallery showing on December 2nd (contact us for details!).  As a bonus, we then got to see the work of a stained glass artist who also works in the building (and owns a Paul Moscatt original painting).


Interested in taking a class with Paul?  Contact him at

Figure sessions (5 hours) for $25, all other classes (landscape, self portrait, Albers color) $20.

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A huge thank you to Paul and his wife for sharing their space and their work with us.

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