1463 Northville Turnpike, 2019, photograph on aluminum, 24 x 36 in. (Credit: Stephen Capozzoli)
A new multi-location artist exhibition is encouraging people to depart from their usual route to get a new perspective on the art being created on the East End.
Aptly entitled “Detour,” the exhibit showcases the paintings, sculptures and photographs of 13 East End artists at three locations in Riverhead and Southold. The show, presented by East End Arts in Riverhead, gives insight into the divergent forms, techniques and routes each artist takes to arrive at their finished work. The pieces are reflections and interpretations of the environment and surroundings of the East End. (more…)
Sunday, Sept. 2, 5-7 p.m.: Art, Oysters & Champagne sponsored by New Suffolk Waterfront Fund, 650 First St., New Suffolk. Summer art event under the tent on the lawn of New Suffolk Waterfront. Fresh local oysters, hors d’oeuvres, and North Fork champagne and wine. Artwork by local artists to be auctioned. Proceeds to benefit the continuing revitalization of the New Suffolk waterfront property. Tickets: $85 in advance; $95 at door. 631-566-0806, newsuffolkwaterfront.org.
Artistic paraphernalia by Long Island Glass. (Courtesy photo)
If you’re going to host a spring art show where every piece is inspired by Cannabis, it makes sense that it should last through 4/20.
That’s the plan for East End Arts, which is calling for creative individuals who can express the green, leafy (mostly illegal) substance through art for an upcoming exhibition: Cannabis Herb of the Hour. (more…)
Giovanni Borghese and Kara Hoblin at the “Sea Something, Save Something” exhibition Saturday night. (Credit: Krysten Massa photos)
Castello di Borghese Vineyard will debut a new wine in collaboration with artist Kara Hoblin and Cornell Cooperative Extension, it was announced at the “Sea Something Save Something” reception at the Cutchogue winery on Saturday evening.
Named Rosé for the Bays, the wine ia a rosé made with cabernet franc and the label is designed by Hoblin. Ten percent of the proceeds will benefit Cornell Cooperative Extension’s marine program.
“We’re very excited to be partnering with Cornell to help raise funds for the bays,” Giovanni Borghese said. “We’re very highly anticipating the release of this wine.” (more…)
Downtown Riverhead was filled with people last night on a hot, muggy night. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
Despite the hot and muggy weather, Main Street in Riverhead was packed with smiling people Thursday evening as Riverhead hosted Alive on 25 and the East End Arts’ JumpstART 2016.
Public art installations were sprinkled from the East End Arts campus all the way down to Peconic Avenue and beyond. As folks enjoyed the Alive on 25 party, they also viewed paintings, sculptures and performance art. (more…)
Bird’s nest chandeliers are just some of the pieces on display at Taffi Laing’s Southold pop-up exhibit. (Credit: Taffi Laing photos)
Handcrafted headdresses, bird’s nest chandeliers and abstract paintings all comprise “Crowning Glory,” Greenport artist Taffi Laing’s unique pop-up exhibit at Rothman’s Gallery in Southold, where a reception will be held this weekend. (more…)