Members of the Westchester Photographic Society exhibit their photographs in group shows in local galleries and libraries in the Westchester area. Depending upon available wall space, these exhibits may contain from 20 to over 120 prints. Typically, WPS sponsors several major exhibits per year. Exhibited photographs are protected by a self-insurance fund provided by WPS. All photographs must be matted All photographs must be matted in neutral white, wired for hanging and framed in black metal frames. Only members may enter work into exhibits. Sign-up for exhibits is available at our meeting or by our new online registration form. Inquiries about WPS exhibits should be directed to our Exhibits Coordinator, Arnold Breisblatt. If you must cancel out of an exhibit after signing up, please contact Arnold before the hanging. For directions to the Westchester libraries, click here. To view our Exhibit Guidelinesclick here. Click here for print labels.


The WPS exhibit chairman or an outside exhibit organizer has the right to return any photographs that are objectionaly off theme or not properly matted, framed and wired or oversized for an exhibit.


Cancer Treatment and Wellness Center

The Healing Power of Gardens

Northern Westchester Hospital

Outdoor Drop Off (and Pick Up of previous exhibit): Saturday, October 2, 2021Drop Off Rain Date (and Pick Up of previous exhibit): Saturday, October 2, 2021Drop off and Pick up time is 10:00 - 10:30 am

Reception: none

full details and image suggestions

October 02, 2021 - June, 2021

Cancer Treatment and Wellness Center

Our World of Water

Northern Westchester Hospital

Drop Off: Mon., Jan. 13, 2020 from 9:30 - 10 am

Reception: Saturday, February 1 from 2 - 4 pm

Outdoor Pick Up: Monday, Sept. 13, 2021

Pick Up Rain Date: Monday, Sept. 20, 2021

January 13, 2020 - September, 2021

Greenburgh Public Library - Virtual Exhibit

Theme: "Memories of Good Times."

October 10 - November 30, 2020 

Please email Arnold your images by October 1, 2020.

On your jpeg, he will need your name and the title of your image. 

Pricing will be on request only. 


Greenburgh Library Exhibit
Theme: Places I've Seen
Drop-off: Friday, Oct. 18, 2019 10 AM 
Reception: Sat. Nov. 2, 2019 2-4 PM, 
Pick-up: Wed. Nov. 27, 2019 10 AM

see flyer

link to the exhibit

Ossining Library Exhibit - flyer
This is a juried exhibit so send up to 5 images in 1024 format for approval to Arnold Breisblatt at abreis@aol.com
Theme: Tell me a Story and Black History Month
Drop-off: Fri. Jan. 31, 2020 10 AM
Reception: Sat. Feb. 8, 2020 2-4 PM
Pick-up: Fri. Feb. 28, 2020 10 AM


Northern Westchester Hospital/Chappaqua Crossing

"Sports/Action or Movement"

Exhibit: Nov 4, 2019 - May 11, 2020.  

Drop Off/Pick-up: Nov 4, 2019 -  9:30 AM

Osborn Assisted Care and Nursing Home in Rye

Motion and Movement

Exhibit: May 13 - November 4, 2019

Reception: Wednesday, June 5th 5-7 pm

Pick-up November 4, 2019 at 4 PM

Greenburgh Public Library - Live & Virtual Exhibit

Place: Greenburgh Public Library

           300 Tarrytown Road, Elmsford, NY 10523 

Phone: 914-721-8200. Please call in advance for exhibit hours.

Virtual Exhibit: https://greenburghlibrary.org/artexhibits

Theme: "Moments in Time" are images that one had enjoyed taking and are meaningful to the maker. It can be an object (e.g. Old Sewing Machine), person (e.g. performer), or a place visited, (e.g. sunrise, sunset, local park, overseas destination, western vistas, or anywhere the club has gone to on a field trip), etc

Exhibit starts: Saturday October 16, 2021 

Exhibit ends: November 29, 2021

Reception: None this year.

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Ossining Public Library - Live and Virtual Exhibit

Last day to sign up - November 15, 2021

Drop off - December 1, 2021

Pick-up - December 30, 2121

Reception - TBD

Theme - "My Favorite Memories" refers to an image that gives a visual message to the viewer by the maker. It can reflect the photographer's interpretation of a memory, e.g. a concert (person, song or musical), a scene from a trip (e.g. a Church in Italy), a field trip (e.g. unique flowers or arboretum), a landscape (e.g. sunset over the Rockies), an object (e.g. Army tank from WW2), etc. Color photos are preferred.




Exhibit Schedule 2019-22