digho and Len Marks Photography
376 New York Ave ~ dighoarts.com
Main St. Board Game Cafe is dedicated to bringing the very best tabletop gaming experience to the local community here in Huntington, and providing a safe and inclusive space where everyone can feel welcome. With our library of over 300 games, game assistance at the ready, and a selection of delicious snacks and drinks, we help families and friends unplug and engage face-to-face in a fun, creative environment.
We are thrilled to be able to share some of our favorite artistically-minded games with guests of the Huntington Art Walk! Stop by our cafe counter to learn games like Dixit, Telestrations, A Fake Artist Comes to New York, Codenames: Pictures, and many more. While our usual walk-in fee is $10, participation in our Art Walk game demonstration is completely free!
b.j. spoke gallery ~ 299 Main Street ~ bjspokegallery.org
Throughout the day, enjoy three new exhibitions at The Heckscher Museum of Art!
Mort Kunstler “The Godfather” of Pulp Fiction Illustrators, A Brush with HerStory Paintings by Gabriela Gonzalez Dellosso and A Fine Line: Sketches, Drawings, and Illustrations from the Collection. Families are invited to explore the exhibitions with Family Activity Guides. Get hands-on at the “Create Your Own” activity station and make a digital action painting on the 55 –inch touchscreen. Light refreshments will be served! Enter to win a raffle prize.
12 noon – 3 pm, Free Docent Tours. Then 3 – 4 pm, Special Talk & Tour with artist Gabriela Gonzalez Dellosso! Meet the artist and tour the exhibition! Dellosso will provide insight and depth as she discusses her process and ideas.
Main St. Board Game Cafe ~ 307 Main St.
Clayvista at Conklin Barn
The Moon Rose ~ 14 West Carver St
The Heckscher Museum ~ 2 Prime Ave.
The body of work shown began with a photograph bought from an antique shop on the north fork of Long Island. These artworks are a part of an untitled series that she has been making with a concept of storytelling, memory and visual histories, using a mix of found imagery with my own photographs to reimagine the story of these characters. Her works are printed using a combination of collage, digital scans of found photographs and an antique chemical process called Cyanotype to create many layers of texture and translucency.
Lydia Rivera is an artist and exhibition professional living and making art here in Huntington. After earning a BFA with a concentration in photography from Purchase College and an MPS from Pratt Institute in Arts and Cultural Management, she continues to create and exhibit her own artwork in addition to assisting other artists, curators, galleries, museums and foundations with exhibitions, events and collections in the NYC area and internationally.
Huntington Arts Council - Main St. Gallery 213 Main St. ~ huntingtonarts.org
Spotlight will provide a new innovative art center and art experience to nightlife in downtown Huntington. An Experiential Art Space which will deliver diverse entertainment that will resonate with people through all forms of art, whether it be on stage or on a canvas.
Spotlight will add to the already robust culture of art in the Huntington community and serve as a powerful magnet for both locals and visitors. In addition to showcasing and hosting local and nationally-renowned artists, the space will display various exhibits for the public, stimulating innovation and creativity among residents. By doing this, Spotlight will offer a window into the talents and originality of professional and aspiring artists.
by: Erick O. Segura
We will have live painting and filming by the artist Erick O. Segura, as well as live music by Brian Ripps. This show is dedicated to the beauty that I was surrounded by from a young age. Growing up in a place like Long Island has always been a unique experience where I am able to create in isolation and explore abstract ideas freely in all mediums of the art world. For me, this is the only place where an original collection such as Suburbia is able to grow from.
digho is a full service art and design studio with a passion for supporting the arts. Teamed up with neighbor, Lenny Marks, of Len Marks Photography for a perfect space to showcase local art. Digho and Lenny will be hosting a solo of dighoPAURA artist, Lydia Rivera.
Kathleen Massi is a fine art photographer living on the North Shore of Long Island. She discovered her passion for photography after retiring from a career in the aerospace industry. The black and white images on exhibit are from her “Cattle Ranch Series” depicting close interactions from an intimate, pensive point of view between cattle, horses, working cowboys and cow dogs on the largest cattle ranch in California. The absence of color in this series allows for the viewer to become immersed in the intimate mutually reliant nature of humans and animals on a working ranch. The color images on exhibit are a collection of her imagined interpretations of farms, vineyards and coastal scenes from Long Island’s North Fork, New England and California.
Huntington Historical Society’s
History and Decorative Arts Museum
at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Bldg
228 Main Street
Spotlight at The Paramount ~ spotlightny.com
Huntington Art Center ~ 11 Wall St. huntingtonartcenter.com
DESIGNERS OF FINE FRAMING SINCE 1957
Now celebrating its 57th year, the Huntington Arts Council is a 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.
Town of Huntington ~ Traffic Signal Box Public Art Projects
fotofoto Gallery 14 West Carver St. fotofotogallery.org
A self-guided tour of the new exhibits at the museums and galleries, in the Village of Huntington, New York. Many of the artists' will be on hand to talk about their inspiration, while you enjoy tasty treats and check out the art scene in the Village! Live music playing along the way. 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.
Robin K. Horn of Clayvista Studio creates handmade tile and decorations for the home. Her pieces are inspired by nature’s many
delicate patterns. Some works have imprinted organic material artfully arranged and then embellished with layers of glazes.
This year Robin will be presenting her new series of watercolor paintings featuring seashore and botanical themes.
Robin also works to conserve our local history as a volunteer and a trustee of the Huntington Historical Society. She lives in
Centerport with her husband and dogs.
The Huntington Art Center is celebrating 62 years of designing and creating fine Custom Framing! In 2015, we re-opened the gallery hallway, taking advantage of both entrances and are now showing mixed media, paintings, photography and prints, most of which are from talented local artists'. For this Art Walk, we will be exhibiting the works of Kathleen Massi and Patricia Beary.
b. j. spoke gallery is a member owned and run cooperative art gallery and not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) organization, located at 299 Main St, Huntington, NY. b.j. spoke gallery has been bringing art to the community and community to artists for over 43 years. b.j. spoke strives to further an understanding of the arts by offering; exhibits of our members’ work, two annual national juried art competitions EXPO and PAPERWORKS, Harvest of Artists - a non-juried exhibition for local artists, The Artist Circle, a biweekly meeting open to all artists, Music and Poetry events and more.
October Events - October 1- 27, 2019. Artist’s Reception - Saturday, October 26 from 6:00-9:00pm. b.j. spoke gallery welcomes all Art Walkers to experience solo shows by members Richard Anello and Katherine Criss and a members exhibit in gallery room 3.
Richard Anello - i met a Man who Wasn’t There, Anello’s new, never-before-seen body of digital paintings invites viewers to explore their own interpretations. “I find my most recent work to be personal emotional allegories, rather than reflective of the weltanschauung I typically note. I see in reflecting over my work of the past ten years, two other pieces where this is atypically apparent, and therefore included them in this exhibition”.
Katherine Criss - Meditations in Paint and Pixels Criss introduces new art, including a challenging series of mural-size abstractions. In this body of work, she experiments with the impact size has on images. She expresses her artistic message through surrealism which allows her to examine subconscious significances of imagery, and explore the effect of unexpected juxtapositions of subjects.
Gallery Room 3 - will feature work by Phyllis Baron, John Bell Lorraine Carol, Liz Ehrlichman, Chris Greene, Barbara Grey, Simon Hickey, Barbara V. Jones, Karen L. Kirshner, Kevin Larkin, j. Lefsky, Lee Ann Lindgren, Minoo Moadel, Nicolette Pach, Aruna Saxena, Gia Schifano, Cindy Shechter, Constance Wain
Many of the artists will be on hand to discuss their inspiration. Stop by and meet our artists and enjoy refreshments. Raffle tickets will be sold at the gallery. Enter to win our gift basket filled with goodies.
Huntington Public Library ~ 338 Main St. ~ Art Gallery and Youth Room
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.
The Huntington Historical Society’s Soldiers and Sailors Memorial building was built as the town library in 1892. After the library moved to its current location at the other end of Main Street in 1958, the building, still owned by the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Association, was used by the Huntington school district. From 1969 on it became home to the Town Historian. In 2000, the Association donated the building to the Huntington Historical Society. The Society undertook an ambitious eight year restoration project and re-opened it as a museum in 2008.
Today, the building houses the Society’s History and Decorative Arts Museum and features changing exhibits from the Historical Society’s collection. Part of the current exhibit, in honor of the bicentennial (200th anniversary) of Walt Whitman's birth, is "Chasing Whitman: Huntington's Prodigal Son", which explores Whitman's legacy in Huntington.
Patricia Beary is a fine art photographer and art educator from Long Island, New York. Patricia's photography explores a variety of themes and is strongly influenced by her fine art background. She aligns herself with the pictorialist photographers who emphasize beauty of subject matter, tonality, and composition rather than the documentation of reality. She incorporates qualities synonymous with drawing to transform her photographs and enhance the narrative.
Please stop by to see the "fotofoto gallery Member Artists Group Photography Exhibition" during the Huntington Village Art Walk!
fotofoto gallery, formed in 2003, is the oldest fine art photography gallery on Long Island. The photography collective exhibits photographers with independent vision, focus and purpose and is dedicated to the artistic development of its members and the greater photographic community. • Located in the heart of Huntington, NY, fotofoto gallery hosts an extensive calendar of members' solo and group exhibitions, workshops, salons, special events and competitions including Pop-up Shows, Your Best Shot, Phone-ography and National Open-Photography Competitions and Exhibitions. • The gallery is open Wednesday - Sunday and by appointment. fotofoto gallery is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
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
Take part in the self-guided tour of Huntington Village Art Galleries and stop by the library to see an exhibit by Kate Kelly and Dave Conford. Meet the artists!
Children are welcome to join us in the Youth Program Room where they can complete an artistic project of their own. Open to all!
Kate Kelly & Dave Conford: Mix & Remis: Broken Narratives
Reception: Sunday, October 6 - 12:00 - 4:00 pm
The collaborative exhibit features works from Northport's Kate Kelly and Great Neck's Dave Conford. Kelly's digital collages, or as she calls them, digitages, incorporate elements of Conford's originals, creating entirely new works of art.
Home and Afar Invitational Small Group Show
Alexander Gordon is a landscape and night photographer. Gordon fell in love with Long Island at night and now travels extensively to photograph the world in the same way. He currently works for B&H Photo and lives in Brooklyn. You can find Gordon’s work at www.AlexanderGordon.nyc.
Margaret Henning’s journey with creating art began about 9-1/2 years ago. Influences come from water scenes, natural formations, and natural colors. Henning loves the free feel of using inks for scraping and mark making on canvas or paper to create abstract shapes and patterns. Using different mediums in her art, i.e., molding paste, handmade papers, glazing mediums help to bring her paintings to life.
Maxine Jurow one of our Harry and Sandy Chapin Legacy Award recipients this year, is an intuitive painter; there have been many evolutions in her work but it is always about color. Jurow has been inspired by trips to Australia, the Caribbean, Morocco, the Southwest and Long Island where she lives. Through memories of these places Jurow constructs essential, abstracted landscapes. Maxine works primarily with acrylic paint on a variety of surfaces canvas, wood panel and mylar, each yielding a different tactile experience. Pieces include elements of pastel or oil crayon as well, redefining surfaces, creating layers.