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Africa To Abstract
From Africa To Abstract, a Journey of a People through Art and Image, curated by Tina Andrews will take place at Southampton Cultural Center. The show features works by Tina Andrews, Brent Bailer, Jacquelyn Flowers, Rosa Hanna Scott, Danny Simmons, and Dianne Smith. An opening reception takes place on Saturday from 4 to 6 PM. The show runs through March 4.
Ashawagh Hall in Springs presents "Ocean Matter," an underwater photography exhibit by Stephanie Whiston. The show runs through February 7. A reception to benefit Marine Education Foundation will take place on Saturday from 6 to 8 PM. For more info visit www.marineeducationfoundation.org.
Feeling And Form
Suffolk County Community College and its Eastern Campus celebrate the addition of two new faculty members with a show of the pair's works at the campus' Lyceum Gallery through February 15.
Meredith Starr, Professor of Drawing and 2D Design, and Richard Mack, Professor of Graphic Design will be exhibiting their drawings, prints, and collages in a show entitled Feeling and Form.
Starr's artwork gives visibility to the invisible. She uses drawings and prints layered with video and sound to express the way the body reacts to different stimuli. Mack creates large scale collages that reflect his keen design ability. Some of Mack's compositions are colorful, textural works that celebrate the beauty of typography. For more info call the Lyceum Gallery 631-548-2536.
Student Art Festival
Guild Hall Annual Student Art Festival Part I, Grades K - 8 is on view through February 23. Visit www.guildhall.org.
The Drawing Room in East Hampton presents Christine Hiebert and Diane Mayo. The show runs through March 10. Visit www.drawingroom-gallery.com.
"Dreams," acrylic, oil and pencil on paper by Gail Miro is on display at the Art Gallery at the Quogue Library. Miro's work of acrylic, oil and pencil on paper reflects her life's experiences, especially living and painting in the New England mountains and the coast of Long Island. The show runs through tomorrow.