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The Art Gallery at the Quogue Library presents Sagaponack-based artist Roxanne Panero with "Scenes from Nature" for its April exhibit. A reception will be held on Sunday, April 9, from 3 to 4:30 PM. More of the artist's work can be seen at www.rpanero.com. The show will run through April 30.
"Natural Abstractions + Landscape Loves," a solo photographic exhibition by Dawn Watson, is on display at the Montauk Library. The show will hang through April. For more information visit dawnwatsonhamptons.smugmug.com.
Halsey McKay Gallery
Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton presents "Beaumont sur Mer," Ted Gahl's fourth solo exhibition with the gallery. Inspired by the 1988 Frank Oz comedy, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, the title of the show is derived from the fictitious resort setting where the film takes place. In several large-scale works, Gahl continues to investigate the parameters of a signature painting practice and the fine line between abstraction and representation.
The gallery also presents "Miss You" with artwork by Joshua Abelow. His practice involves large and small-scale oil painting, printmaking, drawing, photography, poetry, and curating. The shows will run through April 8.
Roman Fine Art in East Hampton presents "Safe Houses," an exhibition of new artwork by Gentleman's Game, a collaboration of artists Brandon Friend and Jason Douglas Griffin. Friend and Griffin, collectively working as Gentleman's Game since 2011, explore recurring themes of mythology, technology, history, and mortality as viewed through the murky waters of their mythological realm, The Atlantic. The show will run through April 23.
A Sense Of Place
Southampton Arts Center presents its first exhibition of 2017, "A Sense Of Place," organized by Bastienne Schmidt. This exhibition is envisioned as a dialogue among artists reflecting their own concept of "a sense of place" in different ways, might it be in a physical manner or as a conceptual representation of what an environment can be.
"A Sense Of Place" includes artists Philippe Cheng, Louise Eastman with Janis Stemmermann, Christopher French, Saskia Friedrich, Mary Heilmann, Toni Ross, Bastienne Schmidt, Michelle Stuart, Edwina von Gal and the Perfect Earth Project, and Almond Zigmund. The show runs through April 9.
"Endangered," an exhibit of drawings by Shelter Island's Janet Culbertson is on display at Suffolk County Community College's Lyceum Gallery on the Eastern Campus in Riverhead through April 8.
Art That Speaks
The White Room Gallery presents "ART that SPEAKS to YOU" featuring the artwork of Kat O'Neill and Mark E. Zimmerman. The show will run through Sunday. O'Neill tells a story with her images, often incorporating words with her photography.
Zimmerman's paintings show a steady movement through the various schools of modern painting. A group show featuring art by Michelle Dragonetti, Claudia Ward, Sally Breen, Melissa Hin, June Kaplan, Ellyn Tucker, Bob Tucker, Gabriel Vigorelli, and Ann Brandeis is also on display.
...As Humanly Possible
East End Arts presents "...As Humanly Possible," a new art invitational exhibition at the Southampton Cultural Center featuring five regional photographers. Photographers include Marilyn DiCarlo Ames, Jim Lennon, Steven Schreiber, Meryl Spiegel, and Joan Wozniak.
The exhibition, curated by Steven Schreiber, will be on display through May 21.
Black & White
Tripoli Gallery in Southampton presents "Black & White," a group exhibition featuring works by Katherine Bernhardt, Ross Bleckner, Quentin Curry, Jamie dePasquale, Tracey Emin, Ryan Estep, Urs Fischer, April Gornik, Takesada Matsutani, Angelbert Metoyer, Ned Smyth, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Igor Vishnyakov and Darius Yektai. The exhibition will be on view through April 16.
East End Winter Salon
The East End Winter Salon is an artist collaborative conceived by Robin Rice, Amy Pilkington, and Sixtina Friedrich. Located in an historic house on Main Street in Bridgehampton, the first exhibition, "What We Love About the East End," includes photography, crystal jewelry, and textiles, all inspired by and created in The Hamptons. The show will run through Sunday.
Suffolk Historical Society
Suffolk County Historical Society in Riverhead presents "History in the Hall" Women's History Exhibit: 100 Years: Votes for New York Women (1917-2017). Curated by Wendy Polhemus-Annibell. The show is on display through April 5.
Concurrently, Suffolk County Historical Society presents "A Time Portal to the North Fork: Photographs of Riverhead to Orient." In the spirit of Long Island's rural and maritime past, this exhibit features documentary and fine art photographs of the bucolic North Fork by local photographers Neil Scholl, Peter Dicke, and Wendy Polhemus-Annibell in the Weathervane Gallery. The photographs on exhibit are available for sale, and a portion of the proceeds benefits the Suffolk County Historical Society. The exhibit will run through Friday.
The exhibit "Mapping Suffolk County" is also on display through Spring 2017. It features a wide assortment of original and reproduction historic maps of Suffolk County locations, from the 1700s to the 1900s, in the Gish Gallery.