The Patchogue-Medford Library is pleased to present the collaborative, multimedia exhibition, Keep On Dancing, featuring the artwork… Read More »Keep On Dancing: Women Sharing Art, Inc.
The Patchogue-Medford Library is proud to present a juried, group exhibition featuring select members of… Read More »South Bay Art Association Members’ Exhibition
Now on view at the Patchogue-Medford Library is Expressions, a group exhibition featuring select artists of Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. (FREE). The exhibition, curated by FREE’s Senior Habilitation Specialist Glyn Evans, consists of a series of expressionistic, acrylic polymer paintings that are based on everyday feelings and emotions. The artists included in the exhibition are Wanda B., James D., Daniel F., Tiffany G., Kathy H., Freddie H., John L., Carol L., Freddie H., Louis S., Alexandrea S., and Jordan Z.Read More »Expressions on View in the Claire Davidson Siegel Gallery
Now on view in the Claire Davidson Siegel Gallery is Shhh! This is a Library, a two-person exhibition featuring the artwork of Lisa Petker-Mintz and Mac Titmus. The exhibition is curated by John Cino of Patchogue Art Council and is part of their annual summer festival, Artful Antics.Read More »“Artful Antics” Comes to Patchogue-Medford Library
Now on view at the Patchogue-Medford Library is TO FLY, 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 seven abstract paintings. The exhibiting artists are Anthony A., Lisette A., Sophie F., Donna I., Danny K., Alicia M., and Joseph S.
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 a testament 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. 2019 is the seventh year FREE has exhibited artwork at the Patchogue-Medford Library.Read More »TO FLY Art Exhibit Now on View in Claire Davidson Siegel Gallery
Now on view at the Patchogue-Medford Library is the solo exhibits Paintings by Rasa Valiene. Here, Rasa displays a series of large-scale, oil on canvas, abstract and surrealist paintings that invoke an ethereal occurrence. She is fascinated by the infinite intricacy and complexity of the universe as well as nature and human consciousness.Read More »Surrealist Paintings by Rasa Valiene Now on View in Claire Davidson Siegel Gallery
Now on view in the Claire Davidson Siegel Gallery is Patchogue: A Ten Year Retrospective, a solo exhibit featuring the artwork of Krystle DiNicola. The selection of photos on display portray the Village over the course of the last 10 years, capturing its revitalization.Read More »Images of Patchogue Now on Display In Claire Davidson Siegel Gallery
For the month of March, we are celebrating Women’s History Month with a group exhibit by Women Sharing Art, Inc. Titled Women Sharing Art, Inc. Embraces Women’s History Month, the display features paintings, photos, mosaics and more from 15 members of the all women’s art organization. Artists on exhibit are: Tova Abrams, Victoria Beckert, Mirielle Belajonas, Sheri Berman, Pat D’Aversa, Doris Diamond, Janene Gentile, Kathie Gerlach, Gabriella Grama, Margaret Henning, Libby Hintz, Sue Miller, Kay O’Keefe, Dee O’Shea, Eileen Palmer and Linda Purrazzella.Read More »Women Sharing Art, Inc. Embraces Women’s History Month All March Long
Did you know that September 15th is the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States?
For the month of September, the Patchogue-Medford Library celebrates the contributions of Hispanic and Latin Americans in its exhibition Nuestra Raíces/Our Roots. The exhibition features cultural heritage items generously lent by members of the library’s Madres Latinas Amigas. The exhibited materials reflect the rich heritage of Ecuador, Colombia, Dominican Republic and other Latin American countries. The exhibit is on view in the Lower Lobby Gallery and in the Upstairs Display Case leading to the Children and Parent Services Department.