Upcoming Events: Art
90 North Country Road
April 25, 2014 - May 16, 2014
Co-Curators: Judith Levy, Director and Terence Netter
Opening Reception: Friday, April 25th, 5-7 pm
Gallery North is pleased to present Poetry and the Art of Eating, an exhibition which illustrates the many ways we think, speak, and express ourselves about food. Each work presents a different interpretation of food, and its vital role as sustenance, pleasure and inspiration. The inclusion of poetry in this exhibit is in celebration of National Poetry Month, held every April. Taking many forms, the poetic language describes what the pictorial work does with images.
Artists include: Fred Badalamenti, Joan Branca, Joyce Bressler, Nancy Bueti-Randall, Frances Campani, Jeanette Dick, Jeff Foster, Laura Goelz, Barbara Hyman, Melissa Imossi, Elizabeth Kolligs, Anita Kusick, Michael Kutzing, Anita Lamb, Bruce Lieberman, Carol Marburger, Eleanor Meier, Jim Molloy, Kate O’Keefe, Iacopo Pasquinelli, Denis Ponsot, Doug Reina, Joan Rockwell, Judy Saccucci, Neil Scholl, Oscar Santiago, Angela Stratton, Susan Tango, Carlina Valenti, Fernanda Vargas, Caroline Waloski, Marlene Weinstein, Patricia Yantz.
Poets include: Kathaleen Donnelly, Gladys L. Henderson, Mindy Kronenberg, Gerri Morrison, Jan La Roche, Martin H. Levinson, Elaine Preston, Orel Protopopescu, Judy Saccucci, Ed Stever, Pramila Venkateswaran, Claire White, Rosie Wiesner, Ginger Williams.
Gallery North is open Tuesday – Saturday 10 – 5 and Sunday 12 – 5.
For more information contact Gallery North, 631-751-2676, www.gallerynorth.org
Old Bethpage Village Restoration
1303 Round Swamp Road
Because the Long Island area is alive and seething with an abundance of creative artistic talent, this annual benefit stresses the importance of water to all living things and our planet Earth, through an art sale exhibit. Art for Conservation fundraiser is structured to feature an item decorated and embellished by some of the best Long Island artists for our silent auction, art exhibit and sale. A portion of the proceeds are donated back to the Conservation District for their work in the community by each artist. “Residents need to know how important water is. Encouraging the population to celebrate water and get people thinking differently is our focus,” added Curator and event Co-Chair Debra Ann Kasimakis (Co-Founder of the Long Island Fringe Festival.) “The artists are creatively helping express this through their works. Hopefully, the public will leave the event with some tips on how they can positively impact the environment.” This year’s fundraiser is featuring umbrellas, so, “Let it Rain”, we have you covered! Please join in a celebration of water and all it means at Old Bethpage Village Restoration, 1303 Round Swamp Rd, Old Bethpage, NY on May 3, 2014 between 3 and 7PM. Light refreshments and finger foods will be served. A suggested donation $10 will go directly to the District’s programs to build eco-friendly school and community gardens as well as environmental education.
Alfred Van Loen Gallery
South Huntington Library
145 Pidgeon Hill Rd.
631. 549 4411
The Alfred Van Loen Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of paintings by artist Edward Cascone. This is a series of work Cascone developed and calls dimensional surfacing, using as his medium expanding insulation foam combined with acrylic paints on wood and or canvas. Open May 3 - June 4
54 GREENE ST
New York, NY
Artist Pierre Matter, one of the most visionary sculptors in the world today, presents his latest exhibition of new works at AFA (54 Greene Street) in New York City beginning May 17. All works will be on exhibition and available for acquisition through September 1, 2014. Pierre Matter will be making two very special appearances at the gallery on Saturday, May 17 from 6-9pm and Sunday, May 18 from 2-4pm. To RSVP, contact 212-226-7374 or visit www.afanyc.com for more info.
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