Here at Yellow Studio, we are building a community of women. Through our art gallery, residency program,
co-working space, events and workshops you will find connection, learning and joy. We hope you'll join us.
About Our Space
Our Gallery is located on the ground floor. Please check out our Exhibitions page to see what we have on view.
On the second floor, we have the Residency Studio and the Studios of Tricia Caracappa, Rebecca Rivard and Jen Mullowney.
In the Attic, we have six individual desks in one area and a larger workspace with two communal work tables and a counter with complimentary Nespresso, beverages and snacks. There are sound-absorbing curtains that can be drawn to divide these two Attic areas to provide a conference room, space for a gathering or a quiet private area for working. Coming soon: two private call rooms. Stay tuned for updates.
Here is a more detailed list of what our space offers to Members:
- Communal tables
- Individual desks
- Private call rooms - coming soon!
- Conference room
- Complimentary Nespresso coffee
- Complimentary beverages and snacks
- High speed wifi
- Complimentary printing
- 40 inch TV on wheeled stand for presentations, screenings, etc.
- Free parking
- All the amenities of Yellow Monkey Village (yoga, spa and café at O2, vintage clothing and accessories at This & That and new shops coming soon!)
Our Founder + Director
Tina Villaveces is a recent Brooklyn transplant who has dedicated the majority of her career to the arts. Having spent almost a decade working in commercial art galleries and museums in NYC, she has a deep appreciation for those who create and a strong sense of commitment for authenticity. Tina finds joy in learning and discovering, which she hopes to make her routine by connecting and supporting women at Yellow Studio.
Tina has an MA in Museum Studies with a concentration in Contemporary Art from NYU and a BA in Art History with minors in Architecture and French from Trinity College in Hartford, CT.
Tina worked at Pace Gallery, Sean Kelly, James Cohan and D'Amelio Terras, plus interned at numerous museums including the MoMA, Guggenheim and Whitney. She also worked as a Project Manager at Pentagram. Most recently, she did a stint at The Aldrich in Ridgefield and volunteered at the Katonah Museum of Art. She is currently an associate board member of the Katonah Museum Artists' Association.
Tina lives in Pound Ridge with her husband and their two young sons.
Picture Book is an independent bookstore curated by Sara Davidson Johns, an art world veteran and mom. The shop’s thoughtful selection makes it easy and fun to find something special. You can browse the Picture Book edit of kids books, new fiction, art books, cookbooks, and more on the website www.picturebookny.com.
The first physical location of Picture Book opened inside the co-working space HudCo in Dobbs Ferry, New York in October 2020. Picture Book had a shop-in-residence at Yellow Studio from October 2022 to June 2023. Moving forward, Picture Book will continue to collaborate with Yellow Studio for events and markets. Stay tuned for updates!
Photo Credit: Benjamin Allen, HudValley Photo