Source: The Independent

Gallery Walk

by Jessica Mackin

January 16, 2013

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Chrysalis Gallery

Weekends at Chrysalis Gallery in Southampton present “Contemporary Classical Works,” by Leonid Gervits, Iris Kelmenson and Dinah Maxwell Smith. The installation and preview date is Friday and exhibit dates are Saturday and Sunday, noon to sunset. Stop by for hors d’oeuvres and play “Guess that Composer.” For more info call 631-287-1883.

Within Reach

“Within Reach,” an exhibition of new paintings by Lola Montes Schnabel opens tonight at Tripoli Gallery in New York City. The show runs through February 11.

Hope Sandrow

Artist Hope Sandrow has choreographed a series of site-specific projects involving artists, performers, musicians, and astronomers at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill. The third in a series of astronomy-related lectures will take place Friday at 6 PM, along with (weather permitting) guided telescope viewing from 4 to 6 PM. Visit


The Drawing Room

The Drawing Room in East Hampton presents the gallery’s third exhibition of abstract oil paintings by longtime East End resident Robert Harms. Also on view, a selection of works from the 1960s and 1970s by Stephen Antonakos, renowned for his groundbreaking neon installations, panels, and site-specific public works. Both shows run through March 3.

John Berg

Works by John Berg are on display at Wasserstein Gallery at Guild Hall in East Hampton. Berg was the Art Director for Columbia Records. He was nominated for 29 Grammys and won four. In a 25-year career with Columbia Records, he designed over 5000 record covers. Through February 24. Visit

LongHouse Reserve

Winter hours for the LongHouse Reserve’s 16 acres of gardens with sculptures and INstore, a museum store, in East Hampton are by appointment only. Call 631-329-3568 to schedule a tour.

Light and Land

“Light and Land,” impressionistic oil landscapes by Bridgehampton artist Bobbie Braun, are on display at the Art Gallery at the Quogue Library through January 29.

Kathryn Markel Fine Arts

Kathryn Markel Fine Arts in Bridgehampton presents new paintings in various media by Toby Haynes, Ann Trusty and John Hulsey. The show exposes a range of themes including landscape, still life, botanicals, and a fresh take on portraiture. The show runs through January 31.