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Greenport Gallery Walk
December 7, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
You are invited to the Greenport Gallery Walk every first Friday of the month, June – December / 6-9pm. Nine galleries located in our historic maritime village along Greenport Harbor in Peconic Bay will be participating (some of your favorites and some new). Besides the galleries many of the other village shops will also be staying open late for your browsing and shopping pleasure. Make an evening of it. Plan dinner at one of the many restaurants for casual or formal dining. There will also be wine, local
artisanal beer, and cheese tastings.
Participating galleries will be offering refreshments to accompany artist talks, new presentations of artists work from near and far, and art demonstrations. Every month a new exhibit. A self guided tour, just follow the map and your whim. Brochure/Maps available at participating galleries or see below.
1. Hector deCordova Studio & Gallery / 538 Main Street
Contemporary Fine Art / deCordova is a local artist and resident working in many styles and mediums including watercolor, acrylic and assemblage. Both abstract and representational images with fresh, fluidity are included in his repertoire. His work has appeared at the Heckscher Museum, SUNY at Stony Brook, Bridgehampton Cultural Center, as well as in Mexico at the Martin Goode Gallery-Salamagundi Club. Watercolor classes for beginners and professionals. www.
hadecordova.com / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. The Sirens’ Song Gallery / 516 Main Street
Contemporary Fine Art, Printinmaking Workshops, Vintage Collectibles / Caroline Waloski, the artist in residence has been exibiting at home and abroad since the 1980’s. Working in intaglio and relief printing methods, as well as painting, and sculpture with strong maritime mythological and feminist references. The gallery also presents many artists working inintaglio, and relief printing, sculpture, photography, painting, jewelry, and wearable art. Printmaking classes are offered to adults and children. A printmaking studio is available to experienced printers for editioning. www.sirensongallery.com / email: email@example.com
3. Nova Constellatio Gallery / 419 Main Street
Contemporary Realist Fine Art Painting / Isabelle Haran-Leonardi is a contemporary realist painter specializing in large scale landscapes of eastern Long Island’s vineyards and waters. Some of her images have been transposed to unique pillows to add a very special decorative touch for your home. Her work has appeared on the cover of Dan’s Papers. www.novaconstellatiogallery.
com / email: novaconstellatiogallery@gmail. com
4. Gallery M / 407 Main Street
Contemporary Crafs, and Fine Art / Gallery M is owned and operated by Myra Eisenberg a North Fork resident and contemporary master craftswoman and jeweler specializing in gold and silver. The gallery features one of a kind signed items created in metal, glass, ceramic, wood, and fiber. You will find many decorative and functional items to grace your home or hand crafted fashion items to be worn and treasured in this unique gallery. www.gallerym.biz / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
5. The South Street Gallery / 18 South Street
Contemporary Fine Art and Art Workshops / Amy Worth and Tom Payne are the proprietors of this contemporary gallery featuring many northeast artists of a variety of styles and disciplines. The gallery has become well known for their 10 x 10 and Postcard exhibits. Worth, along with curating the exhibits, is an accomplished collage artist. The South Street also holds many workshops and life drawing classes for beginners as well as experienced artists. www.thesouthstreetgallery.com / email: email@example.com
6. Greenport Harbor Brewing Company Gallery / 234 Carpenter Street
Contemporary Fine Art / Ann Vandenburgh is the curator at this lovely gallery tucked into the upstairs tasting room of Greenport’s old fireouse, next to the old jail. Featuring many local artists specializing in nautical themed work including Scott Bluedorn whose whimsical, fantasy pen and ink drawings appear on the labels of the breweries ales. www.harborbrewing.com / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
7. Olive Studio / 8 Front Street
Contemporary Art, Interior Design, Murals, Hand Painted Furniture / Carla Oberlander is the artist in residence at this unique decorative arts studio and shop. She’s a wizard at transforming home and business spaces with exterior / interior murals, specialty furniture finishes for indoor & outdoors, as well as handpainted fashion accessories. www.olivemurals.com / email: email@example.com
8. North Fork Art Collective / 15 Front Street
Contemporary Art / Classes & Lectures / Community driven creative work and exhibition space. The founding members include: Kara Hoblin, Jeremy Garretson, Kelly Franke, Peter Treiber, Emma Ballou, Madison Fender, Scott Bluedorn. The artists represented work in many different mediums including painting, photography, and experimental techniques. The group also holds workshops and classes for beginners and experienced arists. www.nofoartcollective.com / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
9. VSOP Art + Design Projects / 311 Front Street
Contemporary Art & Design / Jonathan Weiskopf is the founder and curator of this exciting gallery and project space, going into it’s second season. VSOP Projects is a platform for emerging and mid-career artists, designers, and creative thinkers to show their work in a playful, challenging, non-traditional exhibition setting. VSOP Projects represents a small, evolving roster of local and national artists, as well as international artists never before exhibited within the US. An eclectic, year-round calendar of solo exhibitions, group shows, artist talks, fine furniture and lighting, and performance art. www.vsopprojects.com / email: email@example.com
10. Ray Design Shop / 213 East Front Street
Ray Design Shop features vintage decor, original prints, and modern objects for the home. raynewyork.com/