Marie is a classical artist who works in pastel, oil and watercolor. She has been strongly influenced by the beauty of our natural world and her inspirations spring from the grandeur of our National Parks to the old boots in the basement. It is her belief that through art she can help others to look at their environment with a more nuanced vision and experience the inner joy that stems from the discovery of an innate beauty not previously appreciated.
Holly Gordon traveled to Cuba to see for herself what has been a forbidden and unknown country, shrouded in mystery and heated rhetoric. A journey into the heart of darkness this was not! Her work cuts through the ideological fog with uncensored discovery and verve. There is so much more to Cuba that we have been prevented from seeing and knowing. This exhibition provides a glimmer.
Holly Gordon’s vision goes far beyond photography as we know it. She has established her reputation as both a fine art and documentary photographer creating break-through work in creative fine art photography and nature photography that captures the environmentally important essence of the Galapagos Islands, Antarctica and China.
14 West Carver St.
Ebb & Flow: Seascape and Shoreline Views
Through November 12, 2017
Dive right in to this exhibition! The sea has a long history in art, capturing the imagination of artists since the 17th century. From tranquil views of rivers, harbors, and coastlines to images of storms, shipwrecks, and sea monsters, this exhibit features a variety of paintings, prints, and photographs ranging from realistic oil paintings to abstract and surreal compositions.
Richard Hennessy, Crater Lake, 1992. Heckscher Museum of Art.
Robin Horn of Clayvista Studio creates handmade tile and decorations for the home. Her pieces are inspired by nature’s many delicate patterns. Most works have imprinted organic material artfully arranged and then embellished with layers of glazes. Murals are Robin’s specialty and can be incorporated into kitchen or bath tile projects. Any style or theme is possible with her custom work. Robin also teaches locally, chairs the Collection Care Committee at the Huntington Historical Society, and lives in Centerport.
fotofoto gallery was founded in October 2003 by a group of Long Island based photographers desiring to promote experimental and traditional photographic processes and visions. The gallery is located in a beautiful light filled storefront at 14 West Carver Street in Huntington, NY.
Huntington Arts Council - Main Street Gallery - 213 Main Street
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.
The Lockhorns meet Howard Huge Comic Cartoons by Bill & Bunny Hoest
October 6 – November 5, 2017
Laugh out loud with five dozen cartoons in this light-hearted cartoon exhibition! The Lockhorns and St. Bernard Howard Huge have entertained readers around the world for decades. Both comics were created by Bill Hoest, one of the country’s most prolific and successful cartoonists; since his death almost three decades ago, they have been continued by his wife Bunny, known as The Cartoon Lady.
The Lockhorns. “Mother” by Bunny and Bill Hoest. © Wm Hoest Enterprises Inc., 2017.
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 Marie Sheehy Walker and Holly Gordon.
DESIGNERS OF FINE FRAMING SINCE 1957
The Heckscher Museum ~ 2 Prime Ave.
b.j. spoke gallery presents “The Body of Earth” a solo exhibition by guest artist Jana Kris (gallery room 1)
“Earth is Woman. Woman is Earth. This primal connection is one that I believe most women sense within themselves. The Body of Earth series came to me while I was living and painting in Tucson, Arizona. After leaving New York to live in the American Southwest, the palette of my work became primarily influenced by the colors of bare stone and sky. I was utterly captivated by red-hued mesas and the ancient cavernous folds of the Canyon Lands. The Body of Earth is heavily inspired from my desire to reclaim the female image from the disconnected and often damaging representations that are so pervasive in advertising and mass media. In these paintings there is joy in the movement and flow of the land. There is dance in the richly muted tones of the woven bodies of women that curve and bend to create their world. They think and feel and are alive, while actually being the structure of everything......And always there is a reminder within their canvas universe that something greater exists.”
b.j. spoke member artists; Richard Anello, Phyllis, Baron, Lorraine Carol, Katherine Criss, Liz Ehrlichman, Barbara Grey, Barbara V. Jones, Karen L. Kirshner, Robert Korval, Kevin Larkin, j. Lefsky, Nicolette Pach, Gia Schifano, Cynthia Shechter, Constance Wain, Bert Winsberg, John Bell, Lili Maglione, and Dianne Marxe will exhibit their work in gallery rooms 2 & 3
Jana Kris and several b.j.spoke artists will be in the gallery on October 22nd for the Huntington Village Art Walk. The Body of Earth & the b.j. spoke artists exhibition will be on view from October 3-29, 2017.
The Toby Tobias Ensemble consists of 3 Huntington-based musicians who love playing and performing. Toby Tobias is a South African-born guitarist and performer on acoustic guitar and vocals. Richie Guerrero is a well known Huntington percussionist and Cosmo Mallardi is an excellent bassist. Come check out their eclectic choice of popular as well as vibrant original tunes during the Huntington Art Walk. Uplifting and Good Vibes!
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 new 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..
Nightmare on Main Street, Student Art Exhibit is on display October 13 – November 4. Featuring the artwork of students in grades 6-12, this show is one of our most popular. Inspired by Halloween story telling narratives of horror films, legends and comics, we are excited to have local artist and owner of Poppycock Productions, Jason Stuart as the juror. We will be hosting a Costume Party Reception on Friday October 27 from 6-8pm in the gallery and will be awarding prizes for best costume.
Huntington Art Center ~ 11 Wall St.
The Moon Rose ~ 14 West Carver St
Clayvista @ Conklin Barn ~ 2 High St
The Art of Narrative: Timeless Tales and Visual Vignettes
Through April 15, 2017
This permanent collection exhibition explores storytelling in art from the 16th through 20th centuries. Illustrations by early American modernist Arthur Dove, experimental photography by Martina Lopez, and abstract work by James Rosenquist are included, as well as works by Alonzo Chappel, François Girardon, George Grosz, Daniel Ridgeway Knight, Henry Varnum Poor, Adolf Schreyer, and many others.
Janet Culbertson, Transformational Moment, 2008. © Janet Culbertson
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.
fotofoto gallery artist, Pamela Waldroup, originally from the Midwest, is a fine art photographer and former art educator living on the north shore of Long Island. Mesmerized by the ambiguity of constantly changing perspectives shifted by even the slightest camera movement, Waldroup uses her camera to document that feeling that we all experience when transfixed by an instant in time. Her solo exhibit, “Obsessed by Details: Museum Spaces” offers a glimpse into moments captured at the Nassau County Museum of Art, Bayard Cutting Arboretum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
b.j. spoke gallery ~ 299 Main Street
Huntington Historical Society ~ 228 Main St.
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Building