Water Water Everywhere
Mills Pond Gallery
Jun. 15, 2019 - Jul. 13, 2019
Smithtown Township Arts Council is pleased to announce Water Water Everywhere a fine art exhibition featuring works by 31 artists to be held June 15 – July 13 at Mills Pond Gallery in St. James. The public is invited to an opening reception Saturday, June 15 at 2 pm to meet exhibiting artists and view their wonderful creations. Regular Gallery hours are Wed. –Fri., 10 am-4pm; Sat. and Sun., 12-4pm. Closed July 4. Visit millspondgallery.org or call 631-862-6575 for directions or information. Admission to the gallery is always free. Please use our rear parking lot off Mills Pond Road, directly across from the two white stone pillars at Flowerfield, 199 Mills Pond Rd.
Exhibiting Long Island artists represent 21 Long Island communities and NYC. Works included were created in a variety of medium including oil, acrylic, pastel, watercolor, mixed media and solarplate etching and a variety of styles from realism to whimsical. Whether their artwork is abstract, painterly, or completely representative, artist’s creations show their connections with the waters that surround them.
Participating artists: Lucia Alberti (Smithtown), Chris Ann Ambery (Hauppauge), Ross Barbera (Ronkonkoma), Barbara Bilotta (Sound Beach), Joyce Bressler (Commack), Jessica Capobianco (W. Babylon), Frances Dia (Smithtown), Paul Jay Edelson (Poquott), Vivian Gattuso (Ronkonkoma), Maureen Ginipro (Smithtown), William Graf (Huntington), Gabriella Grama (Ronkonkoma),, Jan Guarino (E. Northport), Luann Johnson (Copiague), Jordan Katter(Nissequogue), Anne Katz (Stony Brook), James Kelson (Stony Brook), Lynn Kinsella (Brookhaven), Mary Lor (New York), Karen Mahoney (Ronkonkoma), Cliff Miller(Seaford), Drigo Morin (Old Bethpage), Diane Oliva (Middle Island), Lynne Rivellese (Smithtown), Robert Roehrig (E. Setauket), Lori Scarlatos (St. James), Patricia Scollo (Smithtown), Mike Stanko (Valley Stream), Nicholas Valentino (N. Babylon), Nancy Weeks (Setauket), Patty Yantz (Setauket)
About the exhibit call: From ponds, streams and lakes to oceans and rivers, the waters of Long Island have long provided artists endless possibilities in which to seek their muse. For this exhibit we are seeking art that captures the unique qualities of Long Island’s waters any style or medium.