At the End of 2020 | Tri-County Artists of Long Island

The Patchogue-Medford Library is pleased to present At the End of 2020, a group exhibition featuring select members of the Tri-County Artists of Long Island. The exhibition brings together a diverse collection of artwork that, according to TCALI President, Lisa L. Cangemi, are representative of the artists themselves. Each work of art is not only a glimpse into artists’ lives, but are also depictions of the many different emotions and experiences that make up their day.

The exhibit is on view in the Claire Davidson Siegel Gallery and features the artwork of Lisa L. Cangemi, Naomi Diracles, Kathy Epstein, Jaclyn Feldman, Min Myar, Ludy Perez, Kay Ray, Selma Stern, Richard Verity, and Felice Zaslow.

Virtual Gallery

Installation Views

About the Organization

Tri-County Artists of Long Island is a 501(c)3 non-profit arts organization with a long and productive history on Long Island. The organization was founded in 1947, under the name Malverne Artists and changed its current name in 1989, the year it became incorporated. TCALI consists of dedicated artists who are committed to the enhancement of the artistic environment of their communities. TCALI members represent a wide spectrum of styles, techniques and media, ranging from realism to abstraction, miniature to massive, mixed media to oils, and more. For more information on the organization, visit www.tricountyartistsoflongisland.com.