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Live music on the back patio...Weather Permitting!!

FABx is back!  (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

Enjoy free admission during the Huntington Village Art Walk!  Explore our exhibitions with Docent Tours, LI Biennial, The Tile Club, and Surface Tension!

1 pm - 2 pm, Talk & Tour of The Tile Club with Art Collector, Fred Baker
Meet the Biennial Artists  12 Noon – 4 pm, Chat with Tmima Z, and learn about her mixed media sculpture.
1 pm - 4 pm, Get hands-on with Roshanak Keyghobadi and participate in her creative process!
Create traditional and digital art making activities at the “Create Your Own” Activity Stations and enter to win a raffle prize! Light refreshments will be served.

Huntington Arts Council - Main St. Gallery 213 Main St. ~ huntingtonarts.org

fotofoto gallery, established in 2003, is the oldest fine art photography gallery on Long Island. The gallery represents and exhibits photographers with independent vision, focus and purpose. Now in our fifteenth 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. 
fotofoto 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.

Please join us during the Huntington Village Art Walk to see the exhibition, "SYMPATHETIC SENSIBILITIES. "Exhibiting fotofoto gallery artist, Pamela Waldroup and invited guest artist, sculptor John Cino will be on hand to greet guests and to discuss their work.

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!  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

Sage Boiko

Huntington Art Center  ~  11 Wall St. ~ huntingtonartcenter.com

Mike says, "I have lived my whole life on an island. I’m drawn to water. It has always surrounded me. It has always comforted me. It has inspired awe, serenity and excitement in me.  It also features prominently in my photography. As a landscape photographer, I’m often practicing my craft at the edges of the day. To be able to witness the first light of day reflected in a still mountain lake, or sunset’s last blaze of color over a coast is my vision of Utopia.
The images in this exhibit are a sampling of those times when the combination of seascapes and camera have left it’s mark on me."

digho is a full service art and design studio with a passion for supporting the arts.  Teamed up with neighbor Len Marks, Theatrical and Commercial Photography and business films, they will be hosting a show of artists representing the variety of work that can be found at the upcoming digho museMARKET.  Presenting three artists with very different forms of expression but a commonality in the need to transform their inspiration to art.
Elizabeth Burger - Modify New York - Surface Designs
Wolfgang Vann - Fine Art
Len Marks - Artisan Light - Handmade one-of-a-kind lighting fixtures

The Moon Rose ~ 14 West Carver St 

Giavanna Castro

Supporter

The next Huntington Village Art Walk is ~ Sunday, June 9th 2019 ~ 12 - 4 pm

Take part in the self-guided tour of Huntington Village Art Galleries and stop by the Huntington Public Library to see an exhibit by local artist William Pardue. His paintings will be on display throughout the month of October. Bring the kids upstairs to the Youth Program Room where they can complete a watercolor craft of their own as they create dazzling designs on ceramic tiles that you can use as coasters. The event is free and there will be refreshments and raffles along the way.

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 Mike Lang and Marlene Weinstein, and weather permitting, live music!

DESIGNERS OF FINE FRAMING SINCE 1957

Huntington Public Library ~ 338 Main St.

Art Gallery and Youth Room

b.j. spoke gallery ~ 299 Main Street ~ bjspokegallery.org

Now celebrating its 56th Anniversary, 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 reaching over one million Long Island residents.  

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 Heckscher Museum ~ 2 Prime Ave.

heckscher.org

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. 

Marlene says, "My background in fine art and graphics influences my photography and my images are often described as “painterly”.  I’m captivated by serene, minimalist subjects and am more interested in evoking a feeling with form and color than conveying absolute reality.
My two favorite subjects to photograph are the local Long Island landscape, and still life arrangements that I compose in my studio.  Our lovely island is undergoing transformation as nature and humanity takes its toll, and I feel compelled to capture the extraordinary, everyday beauty that surrounds us.  My still life images, on the other hand, are mostly composed in a studio setting with a light box, various props, hand-made or textured backgrounds, and fresh flowers arranged in the style of Ikebana (the art of Japanese flower arrangement). 
I’m constantly experimenting, and my recent passion is creating one-of-a-kind mixed media artworks, all based on my photographs.  These include black & white images hand-painted with Panpastels, and three-dimensional collages combining acrylic transfers and mediums, Panpastels, Japanese washi paper, and, of course, photographs.  I hope you enjoy the images I’ve selected for the exhibit!"


Huntington Historical Society    ~    209 Main St

huntingtonhistoricalsociety.org

Leia Ulrich

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. On exhibit in October, Karin Kirshner, Abstract World; Cindy Shechter,Under Currents. Members works in back gallery.
 
b. j. spoke gallery is a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) organization.

Clayvista at Soldiers and Sailors Bldg. ~ 228 Main St.

clayvista.com

digho and

Len Marks Photography 

376 New York Ave

dighoarts.com

Zoe Hartmann

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. 

fotofoto Gallery

 14 West Carver St. fotofotogallery.org

The 1905 Huntington Sewing and Trade School

This unique building was, in the early 1900’s, home to a school which taught sewing and housekeeping skills to young women, and trades to the young men of the community. 

Designed by Cady, Berg and See, 1905, architects of the original Metropolitan Opera House and The American Museum of Natural History, this unusually shaped building originally housed one of America’s first vocational schools. It has been important to many generations of Huntingtonians as a place to learn marketable skills; to study English, citizenship, dance and dramatics, and as a Hebrew School.  Come see the all new building and the historical pieces on display.

The Heckscher Museum of Art is pleased to present the Long Island Biennial, a juried exhibition featuring work by artists of Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Inaugurated in 2010, the Long Island Biennial offers Long Island's contemporary artists an opportunity to share their work with a broad public, deepening the connections among artists and between artists and the communities where they live.  Paintings, sculpture, photography, works on paper, and mixed media work encompassing diverse styles, subject matter, and themes are included, representing a lively cross-section of current artistic practice on the Island.

For this Art Walk,  we will be presenting “Nightmare on Main Street” with art inspired by the theme of Halloween.  Students grades 6 - 12 were invited to submit art inspired by the Halloween theme.  "I love spooky, but not horror," says juror Jessica "Ratgrrl" Valentin.  "I blend my work with spooky themes, color, and sweetness so I can deal with the things that scare me.

How do you face the things that scare you?"