Sunday, December 19, 2010
Friday, December 17, 2010
Sunday, December 5, 2010
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Monday, November 8, 2010
Saturday, November 6, 2010
Mike Maas and Rosamaria Eisler at DeCordova Gallery in Greenport: GIFTS: Our Holiday show for the 2010 season offers carefully selected works of artists, both local and international. The works in watercolor, acrylics, oils, sculpture and photography, are in a wide range of subjects from landscapes to nudes to florals in both abstract and realistic styles.
Opening Reception: Saturday November 13 from 6 to 8pm
Show runs from November 13 to December 19
Jeanne Rogers was one of the Wet Paints members exhibiting at the recent Arboretum Show, and was awarded Honorable mention in the Senior Show for BAHC at Gallery on the Hill . She is now participating in the BAHC Phoenix Gallery show "Cornucopia"
in December Jeanne will be in the Plein Air show at Baffa Gallery with the PALS Plein Air group, as well as the Bayshore library with BAHC. Jeanne is having a one woman show at the East Islip Public Library, 2nd Floor Gallery.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Monday, October 11, 2010
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Proceeds of the sale are to benefit the Marist Community.
Thursday, September 30, 2010
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Monday, September 20, 2010
Anyone interested, may join the PALS plein air group at:
The Islip Art Museum
50 Irish Lane
East Islip,NY 11730
September 21, 2010
Museum building, lake, carriage house, trees, old barn
Everyone, as always, is welcome to join us on location to paint, sketch, chit chat, read, photograph.....
Sunday, September 19, 2010
Monday, September 6, 2010
F I B E R A R T S N O W!
Ellen Dickinson, Christine Reeves Pope, Chris Taylor, Dawn Wakiya
September 11, 2010 - November 6, 2010
Reception: September 11, 2010 3pm-7pm
WH Design Studio - Architect + Gallery
11 North Ocean Ave. Patchogue, NY 11772 - whdesignstudio.com
Yarn Spinning demonstrations during the reception by Vinny D'Aguano, owner of Rumplestiltskin Yarns, Sayville
Ellen Dickinson As an apprentice to Les Bohnenkamp (an early proponent of fiber sculpture), and fan of the work of Fern Jacobs and Jane Sauer, Ellen Dickinson creates sculptures from warp linen thread and clothesline, utilizing a basic coiling and wrapping basketry technique. Although she has a background in fine art, she is self-taught in this technique. Ellen's skills have been honed over many years, which adds strength and uniformity to the accretive process. The naturally occurring spirals of the technique has led her to build more complex organic forms where there is an ever-shifting surface plane. In more recent work, Ellen has begun exploring the addition of color to the natural hues of the warp linen thread. The color acts to contain and reinforce the kinetic movement within the sculpture and accentuates the dynamic outline of the planar edge.
Christine Reeves Pope is an embroiderer from Guanajuato, Mexico. Christine was born in 1919 in Moulton, Alabama. When she was three, her mother died and Christine and five older brothers went off to the Alabama Baptist Children’s Home, where the girls were housed on one hill and the boys on another far away, and Christine only saw her kin Sundays in church. It was at the Children’s Home that she first learned to sew, and was taught to embroider linens and ladies handkerchiefs by Miss Rosa Andrews, one of two childless sisters who raised her and hundreds of other girls during the hard years of the Depression. Christine remained at the Home until the age of eighteen. Christine married and raised three children in Houston, Texas. It was after the kids were mostly grown before she took up embroidery and stitch work again. Today Christine lives in Cielito Lindo (Lovely Skies), in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Christine’s work is in private collections throughout Mexico, Colorado, Texas, New York and the American South.
Chris Taylor Award winning artist Chris Taylor is accomplished in watercolor, oil, pastel, and stone sculpture, but her current medium of choice is Batik, an ancient art form that is moving into the modern world though new technologies and techniques. Intricate designs are created with a wax and dye process that can take weeks to complete, resulting in a unique piece of artwork. Chris lives, works, and exhibits on Long Island.
Dawn Wakiya is an emerging artist who's primary fiber arts form is Weaving. Mostly self taught, she has a degree in both Graphic Design & Interior Design which has contributed to a natural affinity for repetitive pattern & rythm, bold shape & color as well as an appreciation for the tactile quality of a woven textile. While past work with fiber had taken the form of collage/mixed media on canvas and wood panel, recent work has taken the form of pure loom weaving, sometimes with the basic rigid heddle loom, other times directly woven onto handmade tapestry looms specific to the piece. Recent experimentation with non traditional materials for weft yarns and free form open hand work based on traditional weaving techniques meld together to form weavings that convey a sense of quiet elegance.
WH Design Studio is an Architecture & Design Firm located in the heart of the Village of Patchogue's downtown business district. Since 2008, WH Design Studio has offered artists unique exhibition opportunities at the North Ocean Ave. Studio & Gallery. Please join us on September 11th to celebrate the talents of these 4 wonderful artists. Also, be sure to look for our announcement regarding our end of the year exhibition which will showcase artwork from these artists as well as all other artists who have exhibited with us throughout 2010.
William J. Miller, R.A. & the rest of the team at WH Design Studio, Architect & Planner, P.C.
Quartet is a visual blending of the works of four artists.
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 11th from 6-8pm
Show runs until October 12th
ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
Educator and award winning artist and printmaker, Rosamaria will be showing her latest works here at the Gallery
Known for his landscapes and sensuous nudes, Gordon's new work is more abstract and filled with dynamic form, shape and color.
Enlisted in the United States Navy during World War 11, he documented in art North African, Sicilian, and Normandy invasion operations. His work has evolved from the figurative to the abstract and semi abstract.
This will be Don's first time exhibiting here at the Gallery. His new works are of welded steel and, among these works, appropriately enough, they are titled Quartet, Quintet and are musically inspired. His figurative bronze works will also be shown here at the Gallery. Regardless of whether they are figurative or abstract, his work always conveys a sense of movement and power .
FRIDAYS FROM 4PM TO 7PM / SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS FROM 1PM TO 7PM
Also by appointment and when the red banner is flying
For inquiries, please contact Joyce deCordova at 631-477-0620 or email@example.com
Works by Twelve Artists from the New York Foundation for the Arts MARK ‘09 Professional Development Program | with support from East End Arts Council
Beth Giles, curator
Suffolk County Community College, Eastern Campus
Orient Building • 121 Speonk-Riverhead Road • Riverhead, NY 11901
Works by Twelve Artists from the
New York Foundation for the Arts MARK ‘09
Professional Development Program
Beth Giles, curator
September 13 – October 29, 2010
Thursday, September 23rd, 4 - 6 pm
Artists’ talk from 5 - 6 pm
Robert Carioscia, visual artist
JoAnne Dumas, photographer
Rosamaria Eisler, printmaker and painter
Beth Giacummo, mixed media installation
Margery Gosnell-Qua, painter and collage artist
Pat Patterson Hauck, infrared photographer
Elizabeth Malunowicz, painter (works primarily in oil)
Jennifer Gioe Peper, clay artist
Anne Raymond, painter (oils on canvas/works on paper)
Doug Reina, painter
Meryl Spiegel, art photographer
Pamela Topham, tapestry artist
Sunday, September 5, 2010
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Thursday, August 26, 2010
Friday, August 20, 2010
Artists who participated in the Bellport Centennial Paint Out on August 6-7-8 will be showing their works completed in Bellport over that weekend, at the Phoenix Gallery. A reception will be held on August 29th from 1-3 pm
Saturday, August 7, 2010
Beautiful dock with panoramic views of the Great South Bay
Gazebo, beautiful to paint, or sit in it for shade,
boats, buildings in the distance, Bay breeze,
Take Sunrise Hwy or Montauk Hwy to the heart of Patchogue.
Go south on S.Ocean Avenue
pass Lombardis on the Bay restaurant
go straight into the dock parking area (free)
Everyone as always is welcome to join us on our art adventure to paint, sketch, photograph, read, socialize, enjoy!
Bring an umbrella if you'd like for shade, and your fishing pole, or crab net!
You may also enjoy checking out Lombardis for a Very reasonable lunch. Hope to see you there!
--Also a Reminder, this weekend, starting TODAY! is the Plein Air Paint Out in Bellport. Contact Phoenix Gallery in Bellport Village for more info and to sign up today! Good Luck!
Posted By PALS...Plein Air to PALS | Plein Air Limner Society at 8/06/2010 03:49:00 PM
Saturday, July 24, 2010
The BAHC and the Bellport Centennial Committee are inviting artists of all ages to paint en plein air in the Historic Village of Bellport, NY. There will be an exhibit to close out the paint out and artists are invited to bring their finished work to the Phoenix Gallery on Sunday, August 8th. All artists must register for the weekend event. Registrations will be accepted in person, by email or by phone at the Phoenix Gallery any time before Friday, August 6th, 2010.
Rules for the Paint out:
Maps will be available for the areas to paint.
All painting mediums will be accepted, for show and sales.
Paintings should be properly framed and wire mounted, no hooks or brackets, and brought to the Gallery on Sunday from 2 to 4 pm for exhibit.
No photo references will be permitted,
All art must be completed during the plein air outing between Aug 6th and Aug 8th, and done on location in Bellport.
Works completed outside of Bellport will not be permitted as this is for the Centennial Celebration.
Work may be offered for sale subject to a 30% Commission and must remain on exhibit until August 22nd.
Artists are encouraged to submit 2 works for free and additional works are encouraged for a $5 fee per work.
Artists will be responsible for making arrangements to pick up their work on Sunday, 8/22 between 2 and 4 pm.
Bellport Battling Brushes (Plein Air) Contest (FEE)
When: Saturday, August 7, 2010 8 am to 1 pm
Where: Bellport Village
This is a special en plein air event that will be held on the morning of August 7th. Artists 16 and older are invited to participate.
At 8 AM, artists are to bring their canvas, board or other painting surface to the Phoenix Gallery so that it may be stamped for participation. Unstamped canvases/surfaces will not be permitted in the final judging.
Artists may set up their workspace at their chosen site between 8 and 9 am, but are not permitted to paint before 9 am.
Artists painting before 9 am will be disqualified.
At Noon and no later than 12:15 PM, artists are to bring their work AND their easels to the sidewalk in front of the Phoenix Gallery.
Monitors will be checking canvases/work surfaces for eligibility and will distribute numbered tags to each participant to label their work with the title, medium and price.
At 1 pm ribbons will be awarded for first, second and third place to the top three adult artists and for the top three high school artists participating in the event.
Sales are encouraged and a the BAHC is asking for a 30% Commission to be donated to the BAHC so that we can fund further activities such as this. It is also encouraged, but not required, to frame the works done after the competition for the sale.
Winners will be invited to show their work in the Phoenix Gallery from August 8th to August 22, 2010.
pre-register or you can register Friday, Aug 6th at the Phoenix Gallery, no later than 5 PM.
The fee for participating is $20. This fee entitles the artist to enter their completed piece in the exhibit/judging event after the timed competition.
This is a plein air outing, no photo references will be permitted, all work must be completed that morning.
THE Brookhaven Arts & Humanities Council (BAHC), reserves the right to refuse work that is poorly presented (framed) or is objectionable or otherwise unsuitable for exhibition in the local market. The BAHC will handle all work with care, however cannot be held responsible for loss or damage. Any works left after the pick up date will be subject to storage charges.
Monday, July 12, 2010
Br Gerard Cormier will have a Retrospective II exhibit in July.
The place: The Marist Brothers' residence at 287 So Country Rd. Brookhaven, (opposite Woodland Ave.) http://maps.google.com/maps?f=s&utm_campaign=en&utm_source=en-ha-na-us-bk-gm&utm_medium=ha&utm_term=google%20maps
The dates, July l8 and 25. Exhibit hours 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Reception on the 25th.
Featuring 50 of the most recent paintings.
See the July 8th Article in the LI Advance on Br Cormier: http://www.longislandadvance.net/
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Monday, June 28, 2010
Thursday, June 24, 2010
PECONIC RIVER HERB FARM
2749 River Rd, Calverton; 369-0058
A gardeners’ paradise located on 14 scenic riverfront acres in the Peconic basin.
-> Follow Station Rd north for 3.7 mi and turn right at E Patchogue-Yaphank Rd/Sills Rd/Rt-101; after 1.5 mi turn right to merge onto
I-495/LIE East; travel 11.7 mi and take exit 71 for NY-24/Hampton Bays/Calverton; from ramp turn left/north onto NY-24/Edwards
Ave S toward Calverton; after 1/4 mi, turn left onto River Rd; go 1/4 mi west to just before RR tracks, and turn left at green and
yellow sign for Peconic River Herb Farm; follow drive to parking areas.
[From Sunrise Hwy/Rt-27: take your prefered route to get onto I-495/LIE East; take exit 71 for NY-24/Hampton Bays/Calverton; from
ramp turn left/north onto NY-24/Edwards Ave S toward Calverton; after 1/4 mi, turn left onto River Rd; go 1/4 mi west to just before
RR tracks, and turn left at green and yellow sign for Peconic River Herb Farm; follow drive to parking areas.
LONG ISLAND MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, HISTORY & CARRIAGES
1200 Rt25-A, Stony Brook; 751-0066
Art museum in 9-acre park-like setting with gardens, fountain, history museum, carriage museum, historic structures. After painting
we can stay to view the Museum’s show ‘America’s Kitchens’ (open until 5PM); seniors 62 and older may attend a free, self-guided
tour of the exhibition from 10:00AM-12:00NOON. [Museum entry is optional: fee –$9 adults; free to seniors on Tue, $7 other days]
-> Go north on Station Rd and enter Sunrise Hwy/Rt-27 West on left; take exit 51 for Stony Brook/Nicolls Rd/CR-97 North; follow
service rd to entrance ramp on right onto Nicolls/CR-97 N; follow Nicolls Rd north approx 12.8 mi to end; turn left onto Rt-25A; in
a little over 1 mi turn left onto Main St/North Country Rd/Rt-25A; main entrance is on the right, and Museum and gardens are up
[From Sunrise Hwy/Rt-27: take exit 51 for Stony Brook/Nicolls Rd/CR97-North; follow service road and take entrance ramp onto
Nicolls Rd N; follow Nicolls Rd north approx 12.8 mi to end; turn left onto Rt-25A; in a little over 1 mi turn left onto Main St/North
Country Rd/Rt-25A; main entrance is on the right, and Museum and gardens are up the hill.]
BETTY GRUNDLACH’S GARDEN
12 Donack Lane, Bellport
Property includes trellis and gardens in front and back yards; some shade.
-> Travel west on South Country Rd abt 1/2 mi and turn right onto Country Greens Dr which becomes Donack Lane; #12 is on left.
[From Sunrise Hwy/Rt-27: take exit 56 for Bellport/Station Rd-South; go south on Station Rd approx 2.5 mi; turn right/west at light
onto South Country Rd; travel abt 1/2 mi and turn right onto Country Greens Dr which becomes Donack Lane; #12 is on left.]
WATCH HILL FERRY TERMINAL
160 West Ave, Patchogue; 475-1665
New $4.6M building in marina setting along Patchogue River; picnic tables, rest rooms, some shade. Can take ferry to Watch Hill
FINS park which has snack bar, store, ocean swimming, restrooms & showers, picnic tables, nature walk, marina and Visitor Ctr.
-> Go west on South Country Rd; turn left/west onto Montauk Hwy; travel abt 1.2 mi and turn left at light onto S Ocean Ave; cross
RR tracks and turn right at Baker/Division St; turn left onto West Ave; Ferry terminal parking lot is on right, behind bowling alley.]
[From Sunrise Hwy/Rt-27: take exit 52 South onto CR-19/Patchogue-Holbrook Rd/Waverly Ave South; after abt 1 mi bear left to
stay on Holbrook Rd/Lake St which turns south into West Ave; cross Main St/Montauk Hwy, go over RR tracks, and cross Division
St; go past bowling alley. Ferry terminal parking lot is on right, behind bowling alley.]
Plein Air Schedule - Summer 2010
South Bay Art Association
bellport.com/sbaa • PO Box 244, Bellport, NY 11713-0244
Join us this summer for outdoor sketching and painting inspiration!
In July and August the sketch group meets Tuesdays, 10:00AM to 12:00NOON. We have some exciting new
destinations planned. Carpool when possible, especially where there is a parking fee. Bring art supplies and come
prepared to deal with natural elements: bug/tick repellent, sunscreen, drinking water, a hat and a folding chair are
recommended. [Driving directions are estimated from the intersection of Station Rd (Bellport Ln) & South Country
Rd/CR-36, Bellport Village, except as noted.] If you have questions, contact coordinator Kathy Wayman (363-2520).
South Bay Art Association
PO Box 244
Bellport, NY 11713-0244
LOUGHLIN VINEYARD AT MEADOW CROFT
South Main St, Sayville; 589-0027
Six-acre vineyard and wine tasting room located on the Meadow Croft Estate with the sprawling mansion and historical former
residence of the famous Roosevelt family; in Sans Souci Lake Nature Preserve which includes a wooded walking trail.
-> Go west on South Country Rd; turn left/west onto Montauk Hwy; travel abt 5.5 mi to Sayville; before the turn for Lakeland Ave/
CR-93, make a sharp left proceeding east down South Main St/Middle Rd; go through one light and continue east, past St Ann’s
Church (on left); before a small bridge, watch for Vineyard sign directing you to turn left onto a dirt road; bear right past Meadow
Croft Estate to parking area.
[From Sunrise Hwy/Rt-27: take exit 49 for CR-93/Lakeland Ave/Sayville/Ronkonkoma; merge onto service road; turn left at CR-
93/Lakeland Ave/Railroad Ave South; continue to follow CR-93/Railroad Ave; turn left at N Main St; almost immediate slight right
onto S Main St/Middle Rd; go through one light and continue east, past St Ann’s Church (on left) and before a small bridge, watch
for Vineyard sign directing you to turn left onto a dirt road; bear right past Meadow Croft Estate to parking area.
BOAT BASIN AT CAPTREE STATE PARK
Robert Moses Causeway, Babylon; 669-0449
Park includes boat basin and �shing piers, at the eastern tip of Jones Beach Island; cool and comfortable party boats; �shing charters;
bait and tackle shop; snack bar, playground, picnic areas, shade. [Entry to State Park requires $8 car fee or State Park pass.]
-> Go west on South Country Rd; turn left onto Montauk Hwy/E Main St/CR-80 West which becomes CR-85, then becomes S
Country Rd; after Oakdale, take slight left (in Great River) to stay on CR-85/N Main St/S Country Rd which becomes NY-27A West;
follow signs and take slight right onto ramp for Robert Moses State Pkwy South/Ocean Beaches; travel south 3 mi to the Captree
State Park exit; take Ocean State Pkwy E exit toward Captree St Pk and Boat Basin; follow signs and ramp around to right to Boat
Basin. [Note: It is faster and easier to take Sunrise Hwy instead of Montauk Hwy – see directions below.]
[From Sunrise Hwy/Rt-27: take exit 41 for Southern Pkwy/Robert Moses Park (& Sagtikos Pkwy); from service road, follow signs and
take ramp south onto Robert Moses State Pkwy; travel 5 mi then take Ocean State Pkwy E exit toward Captree St Pk; follow signs
and ramp around to right to Boat Basin.]
LONG ISLAND MARITIME MUSEUM
86 West Ave, West Sayville; 447-8679
Museum boatyard, boat canal with boardwalk; some shade under picnic pavilion.
[Parking – free; Museum (optional) - $4 adults, $2 seniors & children]
-> Go west on South Country Rd; turn left onto Montauk Hwy/E Main St/CR-80 West and travel approx 9 mi west, beyond Sayville;
2 blocks past West Sayville Fire Dept, turn left/south onto West Ave; follow signs to Museum parking lot on right.
[From Sunrise Hwy/Rt-27: take exit 49 for Sayville/CR-93/Ronkonkoma/Lakeland Ave South; travel south on Lakeland Ave; turn
right/west onto Main St/Montauk Hwy in Sayville; 2 blocks past West Sayville Fire Dept, turn left/south onto West Ave; follow signs
to Museum entrance on right.]
BAYARD CUTTING ARBORETUM (STATE PARK)
440 Montauk Hwy, Oakdale/Great River*; 581-1002
[*if using GPS, search for “NY-27A & Union Blvd, East Islip”]
[Entrance/Parking – $6 per car; arrange to carpool! May accept NYS Park permit - call Park for update.]
Several garden areas, small pond, shore along Connetquot River, manor house, café. Open until 5:00PM. [You cannot eat or bring
beverages onto the grounds. Picnicking possible at nearby Heckscher State Park and Connetquot River State Park.]
-> Go west on South Country Rd; take Montauk Hwy/E Main St/CR-80 West which becomes CR-85, then becomes S Country
Rd; after Oakdale, take slight left (in Great River) to stay on CR-85/N Main St/S Country Rd which becomes NY-27A West; travel
approx1.3 mi to Park entrance on left side of highway.
[From Sunrise Hwy/Rt-27: follow signs for exit 46 to New York/Southern Pkwy/Heckscher Pkwy/Heckscher Park; take exit for
Connetquot Ave N; at light, turn left/south onto Connetquot Ave; go past RR tracks, past Union Blvd, then turn left/east onto Main
St/CR-85/NY-27A/Montauk Hwy; Park entrance is on right side of highway.]
AVALON NATURE PRESERVE
600 Harbor Rd, Stony Brook; 689-0618
Preserve has over 70 acres of ecologically oriented landscapes with hiking paths, walkways, labyrinth, sculpture, �elds, forests;
connects to Nature Conservancy’s 60-acre East Farm Preserve to the south. Trail maps available in kiosk at Harbor Rd entrance.
-> Go north on Station Rd and enter Sunrise Hwy/ Rt-27 West on left; take exit 51 for Stony Brook/Nicolls Rd/CR-97 North; follow
service road to entrance ramp onto Nicolls/CR-97 N; follow Nicolls Rd north approx 12.8 mi to end; turn left onto Rt-25A; in a
little over 1 mi, immediately before stop light, bear right onto Main St/North Country Rd/Rt-25A; go 1 block and turn left onto
Harbor Road. Parking is available along Main Street, on Harbor Road, and in village shopping center just past Park on Main St. The
Preserve’s boardwalk entrance is on Harbor Road.]
[From Sunrise Hwy/Rt27: take exit 51 for Stony Brook/Nicolls Rd/CR-97 North; follow service road to entrance ramp onto Nicolls/
CR-97 N; follow Nicolls Rd north approx 12.8 mi to end; turn left onto Rt-25A; in a little more than 1 mi, immediately before
stoplight, bear right onto Main St/North Country Rd/Rt-25A; go 1 block and turn left onto Harbor Road. Parking is available along
Main Street, on Harbor Road, and in village shopping center just past Park on Main St. The Preserve’s boardwalk entrance is on