RECENT PAST EXHIBITS


“ CHRISTMAS 2015 ”

MERRY CHRISTMAS ONCE AGAIN!

JOIN US ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28TH AT 10 A.M. TO KICK OFF THE 2015 CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR! DON’T FORGET TO STICK AROUND FROM 6 P.M. TO 9 P.M. FOR OUR SPECIAL EGGNOG AND CIDER AS WELL AS OUR SOUGHT AFTER COOKIES. WE WILL BE OPEN AFTER THAT FROM TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 5:30 AND FROM 10 A.M. UNTIL 4 P.M. ON CHRISTMAS EVE THURSDAY DECEMBER 24TH. WE ARE ALWAYS CLOSED ON SUNDAY AND MONDAY

IN OUR GALLERY!  You Won’t Find: 

  • Mass Produced Christmas Stuff
  • No Blow Up Holiday Plastic Santas or Reindeer
  • No Holiday Dress Up Sweaters

BUT  You Will Find:

  • Antique Christmas Balls Dating Back to the Late 19th C.
  • Unique Hand painted Christmas Balls by artist Pierina Leonardo who is 96 years young and has created a New Special Collection of Christmas Balls featuring the history of Long Island
  • A major collection of Vintage Disney items including Christmas accessories, ornaments, and limited edition lithographs
  • A Collection of out of print books for that special person
  • A special collection of art for the season carefully chosen by Bob and Aimee And
  • A new collection of jewelry designed by Aimee Marie that offers a stunning mix of silver, pearls, and semi precious stones and her personal favorites from her Vintage Costume Jewelry and Native American collections.

Preview of the Christmas 2015

“FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION”

OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH 6 – 9 P.M.

Exhibit runs from September 25th thru November 6th and is open to the public on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday

from 12 noon to 5:30 P.M.

other hours by chance or appointment

This exhibit is pleased to offer the well known work of Gary John who hails from the west coast and is known for his blatant statements concerned with present day social behaviors and actions and simply speaks to the people in the best way he can – through his art. He has been a street artist since 1985 and has been featured in many galleries, newspapers, and magazines. “Art is my passion. There is not enough time in the day to do all the painting I want to do”. Gary uses recognizable figures from the 20th and 21st century to make his statements about society and the world in general. His works can be found in such notable collections as that of Estee Lauder.
It is also our pleasure to introduce Daniel Guido to the world of gallery art. He was born in Queens, New York and has lived in Suffolk County for most of his adult life. He can be found at the beaches in Long Island painting and creating one of his works that represent an intense personal moment in his life and deals with the documentation of personal and public events. His personal struggles in life combined with his memories with what worked and didn’t work for him in the past permit him to create his art that usually provides the viewer with a very personal look into the man, the artist.
This very powerful exhibit of statement art should not be missed!

Preview of the Present Exhibits


 
 

“RETURN OF THE RENEGADES”

They are back: REHM, HUSBAND, WILDE, RUDD, AND LICCIARDELLO

This exhibit will feature many of the artist’s early works that have not been seen by the public until now. Since 2010 Rehm and Husband have continued to exhibit their works across the country from New York to California achieving continued support and recognition from art collectors. Rehm made the cover of Dan’s Papers twice over the past 3 years, has had a solo exhibit in Los Angeles and continues to paint and experiment in art; Husband has since moved to Pennsylvania with his family after their home was devastated by “Sandy” and established himself in his new home with a number of new exhibits of current works; Wilde and Rudd have retreated to their studios to experiment with new media and approaches to art with Wilde using his opera background to influence his melodic approach to art and Rudd his Native American background to continue to establish a neo-Americana folk art style; and Licciardello has returned to his home in Italy to paint and teach fine art in the University and to bring a modern touch to his background in the art of the futurists. The lives of these artists continue to grow and enrich the collecting public; however, their early works present the foundations upon which all future creations are built.

Don’t miss this opportunity to view and add these early career works to your collections!