Thursday, December 1, 2011
Saturday, November 19, 2011
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Monday, November 7, 2011
Friday, November 4, 2011
Sunday, October 23, 2011
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
in the Carriage House at the
Bayard Cutting Arboretum,
440 Montauk Hwy, Great River NY
Monday - Friday:
Closed until Sept. 11
203 Blue Point Avenue
Blue Point, NY 11715-1217
Phone & Fax
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
RELIEF PRINTMAKING WITH LINOCUTS.
Saturday, October 1, 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Instructor: Rosamaria Eisler.
All levels welcome. This class is a pre-requisite
for enrollment in the "Color Reduction" class.
East End Arts School. Riverhead, NY
Cost: $50 EEA Members; $75 Nonmembers.
Marlene Bezich will be conducting a class in Centereach High School Adult Ed in Pastels and Portrait painting.
Sharon Way-Howard will be teaching a 4 week class "Introduction to Acrylics" on Fridays from 10 to 12 starting Sept.30. Starting Oct. 28, also on Fridays, Sharon will be teaching another 4 week class "Exploring Textures in Watercolor or Pastel", from 10 - 12. Both classes are at the Islip Art Museum in East Islip. The phone number to register is 631-224-5402.
Monday, September 26, 2011
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Sunday, September 11, 2011
Friday, September 9, 2011
Saturday, September 17, 10:30AM-1:30PM: Introduction to the Printing Press.
Saturday, October 1st. 10:30AM-2:30PM: Relief Printmaking with Linocuts.
Saturday, October 22, 10;30AM-2;30PM: Color Reduction prints.
Saturday, November 12: 10:30AM-2:30PM: Solarplates.
Saturday, December 17, 10:30AM-2:30PM: Monotype Workshop.
You can find details about the printmaking workshops in the EEAC School of the Arts newsletter magazine."Classes and events/fall 2011". 631-369-2171
See you soon.
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Friday, September 9, 6-8 PM
Opening Reception: 9/11 Memorial Exhibition
Presented in collaboration with the Riverhead Free Library
On view through October 1, 2011
In honor of the ten-year anniversary of 9/11, the Suffolk County Historical Society will present a September 11th Memorial Exhibit, in collaboration with the Riverhead Free Library. An opening reception for the exhibit will be held on Friday, September 9th, from 6 - 8 PM.
The exhibit explores the history of the Twin Towers with rarely seen photographs of their construction, and also features interpretive artworks in a range of mediums by artists Lance Corey, George D'Amato, Mare Dianora, Gary Jacquemin Leonardo Liguori, Kevin O'Connell, Mary Carlson and J. Lee Elsbree. Featured in the exhibit is a striking three-dimensional steel sculpture of the Twin Towers, standing nearly eight-feet tall, by Long Island sculptor David T. Haussler.
The Riverhead Free Library has collaborated with the Suffolk County Historical Society to document the September 11th memories and experiences of Riverhead residents in a special oral history project. Selections from the filmed accounts will be on view as part of the exhibit. Special book projects from the Library's Teen Loft and children's group will also be featured.
Special programs to be presented by the SCHS in connection with the 9/11 Memorial Exhibit:LECTURE: Wednesday, September 14, 7 PM
"9/11 Air Traffic Control - A Firsthand Account" with Paul Thumser, former Air Traffic Control Supervisor
$5 donation to SCHS
LECTURE: Thursday, September 22, 7 PM
"Collecting Folklore and Oral Histories" with Dr. John Eilertsen, Director, Bridgehampton Historical Society $5 donation to SCHS
STUDIO SPACE AVAILABLE AT RIVER STUDIOS, PATCHOGUE. Inexpensive space available at River Studio, in Patchogue for artists of all kinds. The studio is located on the Patchogue River just off River Avenue. Contact Ted Stamatelos @ 363 6174
Gallery North's Outdoor art show is this weekend in Setauket- many of our members will be there.
NUGGETS...A Gem of a Show at
Friday, September 2, 2011
Women Sharing Art, Inc. to Host 2-Day “Shameless Self-Promotion for Artists” Workshop
Bohemia, NY – Non-profit group Women Sharing Art, Inc. is set to host a 2-day workshop, “Shameless Self-Promotion for Artists,” October 1 – 2, 2011.
Alyson B. Stanfield, art business consultant and author of the best selling “I’d Rather Be in the Studio, will lead the workshop! The Artist's No-Excuse Guide to Self-Promotion.”
Stanfield has led art-marketing seminars throughout the country. This workshop marks her first live event in New York. Stanfield's workshop will provide artists with the motivation, knowledge and strategic marketing techniques necessary to advance their careers.
Registration Deadline extended to Sept 7th!
The $145 registration fee – a $30 discount off the full price – is inclusive of the two-day workshop and lunch on both days. Registration is open at http://www.womensharingart.org/workshop.asp.
About Women Sharing Art
Women Sharing Art, Inc. is a non-profit providing avenues for female artists to nurture and encourage one another in order to further their artistic accomplishments.
About Alyson B. Stanfield
Alyson B. Stanfield is an artist advocate, workshop leader, and art-marketing consultant who knows all about self-promotion. Alyson has helped thousands of artists develop their careers through her online classes, publications, workshops, and free weekly Art Marketing Action newsletter—all available through ArtBizCoach.com.
For further info:
Monday, August 15, 2011
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
South Bay Art Association
bellport.com/sbaa • PO Box 244, Bellport, NY 11713-0244
Summer 2011 - Plein Air Schedule
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). ÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆRÆ
PECONIC RIVER HERB FARM 2749 River Rd, Calverton; 369-0058
-> 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 preferred 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 Rt-25 A, Stony Brook; 751-0066
Art museum in 9-acre park-like setting with gardens, fountain, history museum, carriage museum, historic structures. Take a break from painting to view the Museum’s show ‘Fixed Images’ (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 07/12, $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 right; Museum and gardens are up the hill.
[From Sunrise Hwy/Rt-27: take exit 51 for Stony Brook/Nicolls Rd/CR-97 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.]
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.]
WATCH HILL FERRY TERMINAL 160 West Ave, Patchogue; 475-1665
New terminal 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 Center.
-> Go west on South Country Rd; turn left/west onto Montauk Hwy; travel abt 1.5 mi and turn left onto West Ave; in abt 1/2 mi enter Ferry terminal parking lot on the right, past the bowling alley.
[From Sunrise Hwy/Rt-27: take exit 52A South onto CR-19/Waverly Ave South; after abt 1 mi bear left at traffic circle to stay on Waverly/Lake St which turns south and becomes West Ave when it crosses Main St/Montauk Hwy; go over RR tracks, and cross Division St; go past bowling alley; Ferry terminal parking lot is on the right.]
South Bay Art Association PO Box 244 Bellport, NY 11713-0244
HOLTSVILLE ZOO (BROOKHAVEN ECOLOGY SITE, PARK & ANIMAL PRESERVE) 249 Buckley Rd, Holtsville; 758-9664
The zoo is home to over 100 injured or non-releasable wild and farm animals, including bears, mountain lions, bald eagles, hawks. Bird houses full of song birds can be found along the beautifully landscaped walkways leading through animal exhibits. Amenities include: pool complex; exercise-trail tness course; nature preserve and ecology center; greenhouses; picnic area.
-> Go north on Station Rd and enter Sunrise Hwy/ Rt-27 West on left; take exit 53 toward NY-112/N Ocean Ave/Patchogue/Port Jefferson and merge onto Sunrise Service Rd; turn right onto CR-83/N Ocean Ave; in about 1 mi turn left onto CR-99/W Woodside Ave; take ramp on right onto Buckley Rd; entrance to Park is on right just past cemetery.
[From Sunrise Hwy/Rt-27: take exit toward NY-112/N Ocean Ave/Patchogue/Pt Jefferson; from service rd, go north on CR-83/ N Ocean Ave; in about 1 mi turn left onto CR-99/W Woodside Ave; turn right on Buckley Rd; entrance to Park is on right.]
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; party boat charters; shing charters; bait and tackle shop; snack bar, playground, picnic areas, shade. [Entry to State Park requires $10 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.]
BAYARD CUTTING ARBORETUM (STATE PARK) 440 Montauk Hwy, Oakdale/Great River*; 581-1002
-> 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 approx 1.3 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.]
LAURIE FOSMIRE’S GARDEN 11 Melrose Pkwy, East Patchogue
Private property; includes flower gardens, some shade. -> Go west on South Country Rd, approx 1 mi past Station Rd; turn left/south onto Melrose Pkwy; red house on left.
[From Sunrise Hwy/Rt-27: take exit 56 for Bellport/Station Rd-South; go left/south on Station Rd approx 2.5 mi; turn right/west at light onto South Country Rd; go approx 1 mi; turn left/south onto Melrose Pkwy; red house on left.]
AVALON NATURE PRESERVE
200 Harbor Rd, Stony Brook; 689-0619
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 on Main St just past the Park. The Preserve’s boardwalk entrance is on Harbor Road across the street from The Grist Mill.]
[From Sunrise Hwy/Rt-27: 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 on Main St just past the Park. The Preserve’s boardwalk entrance is on Harbor Road across the street from The Grist Mill.]
Monday, August 8, 2011
6/10 Northport Plein Air Festival
6/11 Northport Plein Air Festival
6/12 Northport Plein Air Festival
6/18 Greenport ArtWalk 6 -9 pm
6/19 Northport ArtWalk 1-5 pm
7/4 ARTISTS ON THE LANE, BELLPORT 11-6
7/8 Gallery North Wet Paint Festival
7/9 Gallery North Wet Paint Festival
7/10 Gallery North Wet Paint Festival
7/14 ATC Swap- WH Gallery 4-8 pm
7/16 Greenport ArtWalk 6 -9 pm
7/17 Northport ArtWalk 1-5 pm
7/17 Southampton Art in the Park
7/18 Southampton Art in the Park
7/18 Easton Md Plein Air event to 7/24
7/30 Bellport Clothesline Show & Bellport Bay Festival
8/5 Sayville Summerfest
8/6 Sayville Summerfest
8/7 Sayville Summerfest
8/6 Westhampton Art Show
8/7 Westhampton Art Show
8/18 - 8/21 Saranac Lake Plein Air
8/20 Greenport ArtWalk 6 -9 pm
8/21 Northport ArtWalk 1-5 pm
8/27 Sayville Seafood Festival
8/28 Sayville Seafood Festival
9/10 Gallery North Outdoor Art Show
9/11 Gallery North Outdoor Art Show
9/11 Northport ArtWalk 1-5 pm
9/15 ATC Swap- WH Gallery 4-8 pm
9/17 Greenport ArtWalk 6 -9 pm
9/22 9/25 Adirondack Balloon Festival. Glens Falls
9/23 Greenport Plein Air
9/24 Greenport Plein Air- auction 6 pm
10/15 Greenport ArtWalk 6 -9 pm
11/3 ATC Swap- WH Gallery 4-8 pm
11/19 Greenport ArtWalk 6 -9 pm