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No Common Denominator
"No Common Denominator," featuring artists Adrienne Mim, Gary Schatmeyer, David Goldsmith (K. Ivey) and Marcie Honerkamp will be held at Ashawagh Hall on Saturday and Sunday.
LUMEN NATURAE, The Light Within the Darkness of Nature, The Artwork of Sheryl Budnik will be on display at Romany Kramoris Gallery through September 24.
Woodbine Collection is a gallery featuring paintings, ceramics, and sculpture of four hand-picked artists from NYC, France, TX, and East Hampton. This month, they have a guest artist in photography. With 30+ artists in the permanent collection on Woodbine Drive in Springs, this Montauk location offers fine art in a studio setting.
For more info call 631-238-5338.
Labor Day Art Exhibit
Southampton Artists Association Labor Day Art Exhibit will feature photography, paintings, drawings and sculptures through Sunday at the Southampton Cultural Center. Visit www.southaptonartists.org.
The King Trees
Lucille Khornak Gallery in Southampton presents Fabrice Penaux, "The King Trees." The show runs through September 19.
Fabrice Penaux was born in Niort, France and started painting to understand the world when he was 17 years old. Matisse, Picasso, Cézanne, the Russian avant-garde and the Cobra movement are some of the names who inspired him and his art.
Artwork by Mica Marder is on display at Silas Marder Gallery in Bridgehampton. The show runs through October 17.
Mica Marder is known for the remarkable ability to render the essentials of his subjects with an honest, intuitive hand. His drawings, paintings and sculpture are a truly visceral experience, offering an alternative to the cool remoteness of much of today's contemporary art.
The Art Gallery at the Quogue Library September 2015 Exhibit is Fulvio Massi "On The Wall." Massi thinks of his painting as "a stratification of events, a representation of time, an accumulation of different temporalities characterized by swift accelerations, sudden arrest and abrupt discontinuities evoking the ebb and flow of life."
The show runs through September.
An exotic automobile art exhibition titled "Hampton Hoods" is on display to benefit the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center. The show is on display through September 14.
Never Say Goodbye
Tripoli Gallery in East Hampton presents an exhibition of new oil paintings by Gordon Stevenson titled, "Never Say Goodbye." A further developed sequel to the series first presented in "I Remember It Differently" (2014), Stevenson leads us down memory lane to the fantastical world of his childhood; one spent enchanted by cartoons and comics. "Never Say Goodbye" touches on the notion of the still frame itself, as a moment frozen in both time and memory. The show runs through September 28.
The 1708 House in Southampton village hosts its third solo show for local artist Megan Euell. Euell has recently returned from Italy, where she has trained as a classical painter for the past three years. On display will be plein-air landscapes, portraits and figurative paintings from The Hamptons and Europe. The show will hang at The 1708 House through September. Email email@example.com, or call 631-287-1708 for inquiries.
Nicole Ripka Gallery
The Nicole Ripka Gallery, a Water Mill pop-up gallery featuring acclaimed works of art throughout the Summer 2015 season, presents a duo exhibition featuring photographer Bonnie Lautenberg and sculptor Carole A. Feuerman. Guests of the public exhibition will experience hyperrealist sculpture together with photographs that rock, ice-cold images in azure and dazzling antiquities with a modern twist. Lautenberg, an esteemed photographer, writer philanthropist and businesswoman, has received critical praise throughout her photographic career. The show runs through September 20 at The Mill (760 Montauk Highway, Water Mill). Visit www.nicoleripka.com.
For The Love Of The Land
Ellen Watson Photography presents "For The Love Of The Land" at Estia's Little Kitchen in Sag Harbor. The show runs through September 28. Visit www.ellenwatsonphotography.com.
"Nature's End," a group show featuring photographers Gary Bartolini and James Slezak and seascapes by James Johansen is on display at ZeigersArts @ Dodds & Eder Home in Sag Harbor through September 22.
"Roy Lichtenstein: Between Sea and Sky," a celebration of the artist's abiding relationship with the East End of Long Island runs through October 12 at Guild Hall in East Hampton. Visit www.guildhall.org.
Southampton Art Exhibit
The Southampton Historical Museum presents two Southampton art exhibits. "Into the Deep," paintings by Paton Miller and "Views of Southampton," paintings by Pat Garrity, at Rogers Mansion Museum. The shows run through October 17.
From Shore to Shore
The Suffolk County Historical Society in Riverhead presents "From Shore to Shore: Boatbuilders and Boatyards" of Long Island. Since the 19th century, Long Island and Westchester have been home to many boatbuilders, ranging from traditional builders such as Gil Smith of Patchogue to the 35 modern builders featured in this exhibit. The show runs through September 19.
Guild Hall presents Hal Buckner, sculptured silhouettes of the female form in settings appropriated from mass media or art combine elements of contour and outline with the final product (cut from a single light-weight aluminum sheet) emerging as a minimally rendered silhouette that implies solidity of form. The work is freestanding or wall-mounted in such a way as to allow light to cast dramatic shadows on walls and opposing surfaces. The show is on view through October 12. Visit www.guildhall.org.