Stewart Nachmias currently maintains his studio in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn.
His workshop was included in a recent BWAC Park Slope Studio Tour, where he presented demonstrations of his technique in woodcuts and paper casting.

Prior to moving his studio to Brooklyn, Nachmias and several fellow artists operated
Studio 827, located at 41 Union Square in New York City. Studio 827 had a long history
of artists working in all media. It was here Nachmias began his friendship and collaboration
with Dorothy Dehner, (1901-1994), whose studio was nearby. Nachmias began printing
unfinished editions of Dehner's etched & engraved plates, many of which were produced by
Dehner at Atelier 17 in the 50's.

Studio 827, 1986. From left to right/ Back row: Barbara
McPhail, Al Doyle, Sarah Sears. Front row: Miki Nagano,
Mary Teichman, Jim Quinn, Stewart Nachmias
BFA Studio in New Paltz 1980.