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
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
It’s starting to feel like Spring down in the library. Now on view is the Lower Level Lobby is Flowers in Abstract, a solo exhibit featuring the photography of Clarence Simpson. The exhibit features a series of floral photographs that occupy the space between abstraction and representation.
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