Now on view at the Patchogue-Medford Library is the solo exhibit Paintings by Paul Jay Edelson. The series of abstract works are inspired by the artist’s appreciation for nature, specifically landscapes and seascapes. Through his artwork, Edelson strives to communicate his enthusiasm for the natural world as well as inspire a similar notion of feeling into his audience.Read More »Paul Jay Edelson’s Abstractions of Nature on View in Claire Davidson Siegel Gallery
Now on view at the Patchogue-Medford Library is Disruption, a group exhibition featuring the artists of Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. (FREE). The exhibition, curated by FREE’s Director of Art Therapy Ed Regensburg, LCAT, consists of eight abstract paintings. The artists included in this exhibition are Maria C., Diane E., Mary Claire J., Christine K., Daniel K., Cheryl L., Alicia M. and John M.
FREE exhibitions feature dynamic works of art created by individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. The images in this exhibition are powerful and moving, both for the viewers and the artists. The works are testaments to the important role art has in self expression and empowerment. FREE believes that art is an expressive outlet that fortifies the artists successful, ongoing contributions to their communities. 2018 is the sixth year FREE has exhibited artwork at the Patchogue-Medford Library.Read More »“Disruption” Art Exhibit Now On View in Lower Level Lobby
Get out of the cold and be inspired! For the month of December, the Patchogue-Medford… Read More »Inspired Images by Karen O’Keefe Now on View in Lower Level Lobby
It is not easy to paint abstractly. It is not easy to consistently cope with… Read More »Abstract Paintings Created With Art Therapy Are Now On View in the Lower Lobby