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    South Bay Art Association Members’ Exhibition

    The Patchogue-Medford Library is proud to present a juried, group exhibition featuring select members of the South Bay Art Association. The works on display depict a variety of subject matter produced in a multitude of mediums, including photography, acrylic, watercolors and more. The exhibit is on view in the Claire Davidson Siegel Gallery.

    The exhibit features work from the following artists: Anne Baum, Valerie J. Biscardi, Michael Chait, Michele DePalo, Krystle L. DiNicola, Marion DiNicola, Deb Domingos, Angela Flood, Lorraine M. Fosmire, Margaret Henning, Holly Hunt, Kenneth Jackson, Annelies Kamran, Samantha Kennedy, Jeff Macholz, Rosanne O’Reilly, Paul Padovano, Mark Propper, Laurie Samara-Schlageter, Jan Shannon, Pat Lee Sweeney, Joan Tavolott, and JoAnn Zambito.

    Virtual Gallery

    Holly Hunt, New Home
    Anne Baum, Dilian
    Mark Propper, Empathy
    Joan Tavolott, Post Morrow Garden
    JoAnn Zambito, Birds on the Bay
    Angela Flood, Lighthouse at Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia
    Marion DiNicola, Waterfall
    Kenneth Jackson, The Black Panther
    Samantha Kennedy, Love Grows
    Jan Shannon, To the Lighthouse
    Michele DePalo, Amethyst Cottage
    Pat Lee Sweeney, Destiny
    Michael Chait, Save the Endangered
    Deb Domingos, Autumn Leaves
    Jeff Macholz, Ernest and Julio Never Ate Here
    Laurie Samara-Schlageter, Confit Pot with Fruit
    Lorraine M. Fosmire, Freddy the Frog
    Valerie J. Biscardi, Corona 2020
    Annelies Kamran, In the Warehouse
    Margaret Henning, Tranquility
    Rosanne O'Reilly, Pink Flowers

    About the Organization

    South Bay Art Association is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit arts organization. SBAA, founded in 1956, encourages the creation and appreciation of the visual arts along the south shore of Long Island. For more information on the organization, and for a calendar of upcoming events, visit or call 631-256-7222.

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