Elizabeth is an award-winning artist who believes that the world is imperfect. That she is imperfect. Her art is imperfect. But her messages are clear and precise. Elizabeth is the creator of Little Love Letters: A Peaceful Revolution, A Peaceful Revolution and The Odd Sisters greeting cards. “The Odd Sisters” came about because she allowed the watercolors and white spaces to show her what to create. The faces showed up because they needed to come to life. Little Love Letters was started after the Orlando Night Club massacre in 2016. The cards feature mixed media art on one side and a message of hope or empathy on the other.
This show will showcase her body of whimsical, thought provoking and inspirational mix media work.
Mary says; "As a passionate gardener, my art is as intricately entwined as the gardens surrounding my studio. Cultivating and tending these gardens is the first stage of creating the art that grows in my studio. Flowers represent to me a microcosm of the universe in their cycles of living and loving, families and relationships as well as their quest for survival and eventual senescence and rebirth. With a duality of external and internal vision, I invite the viewer to see, larger than life, the beauty and intricacy of flowers and in their boldness I suggest a contemplation of their relevance and ours in the social order of our universe."
Take part in the self-guided tour of Huntington Village Art Galleries and stop by the Huntington Public Library. In the gallery will be Artist Steve Walker with his exhibit, Charcoal Art: A Detailed Perspective
A lifelong Long Island resident, artist Steve Walker, grew up in Long Beach and currently resides in Plainview. He is inspired mostly by Long Island landmarks, architectural structures and scenes that include locations from New York City to Montauk but also scenes from North America and Europe. His photographs allow him to create 3D perspectives using charcoal.
Mr. Walker’s drawings started as a hobby after he retired from the corporate world. He never attended art school or took extensive classes to learn how to become an artist. He was inspired by his mother, who drew some incredible drawings while being legally blind.
He enjoys capturing the natural texture of wood in his drawings and wants the viewer to be awe inspired by the composition, perspective and sheer achievement of the structures. Charcoal is his preferred medium and allows him to produce images that are visually bold while adding an element of drama. Charcoal itself allows the freedom to create intricate details with a fine point or can be used to smudge and soften the image when necessary.
Reception: Sunday, June 9, 1 – 3 pm. Contact information: email@example.com
b. j. spoke gallery welcomes all Art Walkers to experience the group show of our member artists, many of whom will be on hand to discuss their inspiration. Come and meet the artists and enjoy refreshments as well as buy raffle tickets for a chance to win our spectacular basket filled with artistic surprises.
The Huntington Art Center is celebrating 60 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 Constance Sloggat Wolf , Kieran Johnson and Mary Ahern.
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 digho museMARKET artist, Elizabeth Cassidy.
Huntington Historical Society’s
History and Decorative Arts Museum
at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Bldg
228 Main Street
digho and Len Marks Photography
376 New York Ave
Huntington Art Center ~ 11 Wall St. huntingtonartcenter.com
DESIGNERS OF FINE FRAMING SINCE 1957
“Strongly affected by our increasingly dystopian culture, C Sloggatt Wolf has responded viscerally to the recent maelstrom of political, cultural and scientific events in our world. Influenced deeply by Zen spirituality, the Mustard Seed Garden Manual of Painting, Archetypal imagery and Jungian psychology, her images reflect these ideas in a myriad of ways. Wolf is a Long Island native who was awarded a BFA degree in Painting from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY and her MFA in Painting from LIU. The artist is an educator at Northport High School and works in her studio near the Hilaire Woods in Huntington, NY.
An award-winning artist and art educator, Wolf had a solo show recently at the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, is on the programming committee at the Huntington Arts Council and has been inducted into the National Association of Women in the Arts.
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.
Town of Huntington ~ Traffic Signal Box Public Art Projects
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.
Huntington Arts Council - Main St. Gallery 213 Main St. ~ huntingtonarts.org
The Moon Rose ~ 14 West Carver St
b. j. spoke gallery is an artist’s cooperative and cultural creative center open to the public for over forty years in Huntington. The gallery provides opportunities for artists to experience responses to their work, and for the public to increase its aesthetic awareness. The gallery strives to further an understanding of the arts by holding exhibits of members’ work, including invitational and solo shows, exchange exhibits with other galleries, two annual national juried art competitions, gallery talks, panel discussions, workshops and demonstrations. In an effort to bring the under-served artist to the attention of the Long Island community, the gallery maintains an outreach program for emerging artists.
The gallery is a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) organization.
fotofoto Gallery 14 West Carver St. fotofotogallery.org
Now in its 56th 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.
Clayvista at Conklin Barn
Huntington Public Library ~ 338 Main St.
Art Gallery and Youth Room
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.
For this Art Walk, our featured gallery exhibit will be our Members Showcase.This annual show is an exclusive opportunity for our artist members to spotlight a piece of their work in our Main Street Gallery along side their member peers. A select group of artists will join us and be available to discuss their work.
Enjoy our special exhibition, In a New Light: American Impressionism 1870 – 1940, featuring works from the Bank of America Collection! The North Country Garden Club, Oyster Bay, and the Three Harbors Garden Club, Cold Spring Harbor, have created ten vibrant floral arrangements inspired by paintings on view as part of Art in Bloom. Family friendly, hands- on art activities will take place throughout the Museum. Docents will be in the galleries from 2 pm to 4 pm.
Schedule of Events:
1 – 3 pm: Floral designers will be in the galleries to answer questions on design, flowers and inspiration.
2 – 2:30 pm: Watch the flowers fly! Museum visitors can see an exciting, timed floral design challenge. With identical materials, revealed only at challenge time, designers from each club have half an hour to create a unique arrangement. Be sure to enter our Art in Bloom raffle to win one!
4pm- 2 Floral arrangements from the Design Challenge will be raffled off for 2 lucky winners to take home.
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.
Kieran is a practicing artist and arts educator. He holds a BFA from Purchase College School of Art and Design and an MFA from Kendall College of Art and Design. Kieran Johnson is currently the Business Manager for The Huntington Arts Council (HAC). At HAC he manages the office operations as well as works to expand the exhibition program and gallery events . Prior to coming to HAC, Kieran worked Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts as the Operations Manager and at the Richard Avedon Foundation as their Office Manager and Financial Coordinator.
Johnson has exhibited his photographs in New York City at New Century Artists, Rogue Space, and Greenpoint Gallery as well as throughout Michigan at ActiveSite in Grand Rapids, and Delta College in Saginaw, and many other exhibition spaces around the world.
Spring Into Art!
HUNTINGTON VILLAGE ART WALK
Sunday, June 9
12 noon – 4 pm
Free Admission All Day
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.
b.j. spoke gallery ~ 299 Main Street ~ bjspokegallery.org
The Heckscher Museum ~ 2 Prime Ave.
Live music on the back patio...Weather Permitting!!
Toby Tobias and friends are back!