The Fine Art of Illustration

Mills Pond House Gallery

Jan. 21, 2024 - Feb. 19, 2017

660 Route 25A
St. James, 11780
(631) 862-6575

Smithtown Township Arts Council is pleased feature The Fine Art of Illustration. The exhibit features original artwork of fine artists who specialize in Illustration and will be on view from January 21 through February 19, 2017 at the Mills Pond House Gallery, 660 Route 25A, St. James, NY.

Mills Pond House Gallery hours are: Wednesdays – Fridays 10 am – 4 pm and Saturdays – Sundays 12 pm – 4pm. The gallery is closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Please call 631-862-6575 or visit for more information.

The Fine Art of Illustration showcases a diversity of styles, approaches and techniques that illustrators use to communicate ideas. A wide variety of styles and media is represented, both traditional and digital. Exhibited artworks are the original designs created for integration in published media…advertising, communication, reporting, books, magazines and other media. The juror has selected twenty artists to exhibit who hail from Idaho, Tennessee, New Jersey, Florida, Ohio, California, Maryland, Brooklyn, Bronx, Westchester, Woodstock, Greenwood Lake, NY, and NYC as well as five artists from Long Island.

Exhibiting Artists: John Bellotti Jr., Mary Jo Ben-Nun, Dan Burr, Tony Capparelli, Charles George Esperanza, Robert Felker, Anthony Freda, Eric Freeberg, Margaret Freed, Stephen Gardner, Joel Iskowitz, Sara Kahn, William Low, Jeff A. Menges, Margaret Minardi, John Nickle, Anita Rundles, Steven Tabbutt, Chad Wallace, Heidi Younger

About our Juror: William Low is an award winning painter, illustrator, author and educator who has a reputation for using light, color and perspective and creating images those viewers find an immediate emotional connection with. Low has built a successful career as a commercial illustrator and fine art painter over the last 22 years. He is currently the principal in Cobalt Illustration Studios, whose many clients include: MTA ARTS, Henry Holt & Company, LL Bean Inc., and United States Postal Service, among others. Many of his paintings are on permanent view at various Houston’s Restaurants around the country.

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