b.j. spoke gallery ~ 299 Main Street ~ bjspokegallery.org
fotofoto gallery was formed in 2003 by a group of fine art photographers desiring to create a center where photographic visions could be exchanged. Now in our fourteenth year, fotofoto gallery continues to be a place for traditional black and white, digital, experimental and alternative processes.The gallery hosts twelve exhibitions each year and reaches out to the community by providing invitational shows, workshops and lectures. The gallery is located in the heart of Huntington, New York and is open Wednesday through Sunday and by appointment.We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
An inspired collage of unique local art
Chelsea Studio and Gallery was started by Sharon Pearsall with the intention to welcome artists to paint together and exhibit their work. Her true passion and insight create an intimate and welcoming environment for anyone drawn to the arts. Chelsea Studio and Gallery hosts group shows and individual exhibitions year round.
~ fotofoto Gallery ~ 14 West Carver St. ~ fotofotogallery.org
Huntington Arts Council - Main Street Gallery - 213 Main St. ~ huntingtonarts.org
Take this opportunity to get inside the 1892 Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Building, Huntington’s library until 1958 when it moved to its present location and a memorial to the men from Huntington who lost their lives in the Civil War.
Huntington Historical Society’s exhibit “Huntington’s Gilded Age and Age of Guilds” highlights the civic growth of the village and Town of Huntington during the five decades from 1890 to 1940. Guild is defined as “an association of people for mutual aid or the pursuit of a common goal”. This period also corresponds with the “Gilded Age” of Huntington’s Gold coast Mansions, which will also be highlighted in the exhibit. The exhibit demonstrates how the confluence of these two “ages” help formed the Huntington of the 21st century.
The Moon Rose ~ 14 West Carver St
DESIGNERS OF FINE FRAMING SINCE 1957
Pam Vossen has studied both pastels and oils over the years and currently paints landscapes with a group guided by Howard Rose.
"I feel privileged to have lived and painted on Long Island for so many years. The lighting, subject matter and connection with other artists is inspirational."
She is affiliated with the Artists Alliance of East Hampton, Southampton Artists Association, Springs Improvement Society, Guild Hall, and is a member of the plein air group known as “the Wednesday Group”. Dan’s Papers has used her paintings on their covers.
New Flyer and Map coming soon!
Terrain - works by Barbara Grey
b.j. spoke gallery is proud to announce Terrain, a solo exhibition by artist member, Barbara Grey. Grey's new works are inspired by aerial views of the Badlands and of Southwest vistas. Pieces on exhibit will include a mix of oil pastels, collage, and watercolor. Shown here: The Organ by Barbara Grey.
Celebrating Detroit - steel sculptures by John A. Bell
b.j. spoke presents Celebrating Detroit, a solo exhibition by artist member, John Bell. Bell is an artist who reclaims salvaged metal to create sculptures. “I search for and acquire steel parts and objects to incorporate in my metal sculptures. Of particular interest are truck or automobile suspension elements. Detroit has provided me with endless inspiration and raw materials to construct sculptures using their limitless assortment of steel components. With these works I celebrate the great industry that began in Detroit, Michigan.” – John A. Bell
Steel is a beautiful material that can be twisted, bent and hammered into shape when heated red hot. It does not give up easily, but requires work to make it into what you wish. When one learns how to defeat steel’s resistance and to form it as one pleases, the results are gratifying. Iron ore from the earth has become a material for art.
Surface textures of deterioration add mood and meaning to a sculpture. Newborn steel has no history, but used steel has provenance. There is vital warmth and genuineness in used steel. Its surface tells a story about where it has been over the years. Now a new story begins in the hands of a sculptor.
On view from May 1-27, 2018. Opening Reception date and time to be announced. Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 11-5pm, Friday until 9pm, closed Mondays.
Surface Tension: Pictorial Space in 20th-Century Art
Since the beginning of the 20th century, artists’ handling of the picture plane has shifted dramatically. This exhibition traces the transformation from early modernist works influenced by Cubism through the age of Abstract Expressionism and beyond.
A self-guided tour of the new exhibits at the museums and galleries, in the Village of Huntington, New York. Most of the artists' will be on hand to talk about their inspiration, while you enjoy tasty treats! Free! No tickets, just come on down! Scroll down the page for more information on each participant. Right click on flyer or map to save and print.
Town of Huntington ~ Traffic Signal Box Public Art Projects
Huntington Historical Society ~ 228 Main St. ~ Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Building
Digho Marketplace @ Conklin Barn ~ 2 High St
Chelsea Studio and Gallery ~ 8 West Carver St ~ chelseastudioandgallery.com
The Heckscher Museum ~ 2 Prime Ave.
The Age of Tiffany: Between Nouveau and Deco
Renowned for the favrile and opalescent glass processes he developed, Tiffany is internationally admired for the decorative windows and stained glass lamps he produced. This exhibition places the master within the context of other decorative art from the Museum’s Permanent Collection. Enjoy Docent tours and hands-on art activities designed for all ages. From 1 pm to 3 pm, meet glass artist Merich Gulson, owner of Long Island Custom Stained Glass in Huntington Village, and watch the fascinating process of making stained glass. Enter a raffle to win a beautiful stained glass work of art!
Huntington Art Center ~ 11 Wall St. ~ huntingtonartcenter.com
The Huntington Art Center is celebrating 60 years of designing and creating fine Custom Framing! In 2015, we re-opened the gallery hallway, and are now showing mixed media, paintings, photography and prints, many of which are from talented local artists'. For this Art Walk, we will be showing works from Pam Vossen and Theodora Sacknoff, and weather permitting, live music!
For this Art Walk, we'll be showing work from the "12 x 12" exhibition, art work inspired by the LP Record Jacket. The Idea of the 12 inch LP has been a concurrent image in popular culture since the first one was pressed in 1903. The images on the cover grew from signage and marketing to works of art that represented the music and the culture in which both are being created. Its iconic format still maintains the visual representation for the auditory message enclosed within.
Traffic signal boxes that have been transformed by artists into works of public art are documented in this section of the Public Art Inventory.
Go to http://www.huntingtonny.gov/TrafficSignalBoxes to download a map of the area.
Installations of additional Signal Box projects are ongoing in Huntington Village. Photos and information about new installations will be added as they are completed. A location map including these new locations will be added upon completion of all planned projects for the year.
At the Museum, enjoy Docent tours and hands-on art activities designed for all ages. From 1 pm to 3 pm, meet glass artist Merich Gulson, owner of Long Island Custom Stained Glass in Huntington Village, and watch the fascinating process of making stained glass. Enter a raffle to win a beautiful stained glass work of art! Light refreshments.
Live music on the back patio...Weather Permitting!!
FAB X (Willie Steel and Alice Weiser) will serenade you with FABulous renditions of classic dashboard favorites from yesteryear. You’ll hear music by the Carter family, Woody Guthrie, Hank Williams, the Beatles, the Hollies, the Eagles and many others. Beautiful vocal harmonies and lush acoustic guitar bring the music to life with energy and enthusiasm. Get ready for a good time! www.reverbnation.com/fabx
Artists participating in our Art Walk at Chelsea studio and gallery will have their Art Work for sale and many will be present May 20th. The exhibit will have many oil paintings , pastels and watercolors. Artists exhibiting will be Mark Gonzales, Fen Lee Han, Sun Oh, Roy Mendl, Stefan Mackey, Bart Pass, Sharon Pearsall, Mary Jane Stevens, and Richard Weinstein.
Come to Chelsea studio and gallery to see the beautiful art work and enjoy refreshments.
Now celebrating its 55th Anniversary, the Huntington Arts Council is a legitimate 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization which enriches the quality of life of Long Islanders with programs and services that address the needs and interests of artists, cultural organizations and the community reaching over one million Long Island residents.
Heavy Metal: Photographs by Jan Staller
Jan Staller’s large-scale photographs transform industrial environments into areas of pattern, geometry, line, light, and space. Heavy Metal features monumental photographs and a three-channel video from almost two decades of the artist’s career.
Theodora Sacknoff was born in Brooklyn and now lives in Rockville Centre, NY. She is a seld taught artist who has been painting for many years. Recently she has been focusing on painting birds, where she has found her passion. She paints using acrylic on either canvas or board. She has participated in numerous group shows.