Fine Arts

Silk Screening and Gallery Tours at SAC

Southampton Arts Center’s current exhibition, “Clearing The Air,” has been a remarkable showing of its mission of community building through the arts. Presenting art as a powerful tool for healing, both for the artist and the observer, complementary programming strengthens the exhibition’s overarching themes.

Makers Market and Printaganza Auction at The Church

The Church in Sag Harbor hosts two opportunities for local artisanal holiday shopping this season.

Exhibition Tour at The Parrish on November 19

On Friday, November 19, at 6 p.m., Alicia Longwell, Ph.D., The Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator, leads an intimate and informative walk-through of the museum’s three recently opened solo exhibitions by artists peter campus, Virginia Jaramillo, and John Torreano.

Matt Rich and Victoria Fu Show at Halsey McKay

Titled “and and and,” Matt Rich’s third solo show with Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton, runs now through January 1, and continues his ongoing play with the ideas of supports and surfaces, objecthood and observation, flatness and relief, abstraction and recognizability.

An Ark of Animal Paintings at Quogue Library

“The Ark,” is a collection of artist Garrett Chingery’s new acrylic paintings featuring wild and domestic animals from around the world. From November 20 to January 4, Chingery’s paintings will be on view in an exhibition at Quogue Library.

Height of Their Creativity: Parrish Art Museum unveils three Exhibitions by Octogenarian Pioneers

On the surface, peter campus, Virginia Jaramillo and John Torreano don’t seem to have much in common other than their shared, lifelong devotion to art — although the octogenarians each took a different approach.

Virtual Artist Visits with Montauk Library

“On The Nature of Art: The Work of Miles Jaffe,” a 12-minute video created by Jaffe, will be available for on-demand streaming through December 31 via the Montauk Library at montauklibrary.org/video. The premiere of the screening will be Wednesday, November 17, at 7:30 p.m.

A Reception for Barbara Hadden at Kramoris Gallery

Romany Kramoris Gallery in Sag Harbor offers “Swan Song,” an exhibition of paintings by Barbara Hadden on view through November 29. A reception for the artist will be held at the gallery on Saturday, November 13, from 5 to 6:30 p.m.

Beau Bree Rhee’s ‘Les Parages’ opens at Ma’s House

Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio on the Shinnecock Reservation will present “Les Parages,” a solo exhibition of new works by October and November resident artist Beau Bree Rhee. The exhibit will run from November 16 to December 16, and opens with a reception and refreshments on Tuesday, November 16, from 5 to 7 p.m.

Southampton Arts Center Offers Full Slate of Programs for November

Continuing programming complementing its current exhibition, “Clearing The Air,” Southampton Arts Center (SAC) has scheduled a number of tours, workshops, wellness and films for the month of November. These events highlight and strengthen the exhibition’s theme of art as a means for therapy, escape, distraction, elevation, and reflection.

Solo Exhibitions by peter campus, Virginia Jaramillo And John Torreano at The Parrish

From November 7 through February 27, the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will present three solo exhibitions of East End artists peter campus (American, b. 1937), Virginia Jaramillo (American, b. 1939), and John Torreano (American, b.1941).

Thirty Squared at Gardiner Mill Cottage

The Thirty Squared artist collective will present a juried art show at East Hampton’s historic Gardiner Mill Cottage Gallery from November 5-21. A meet the artists reception will be held on Saturday, November 6, from 4 to 7 p.m.

Guild Hall Ends its 90th Anniversary Celebration with Highlight from the Permanent Collection

Way back in 1931, when East Hampton’s Guild Hall first opened its doors as cultural center, among the works on view in the gallery was a portrait of artist Thomas Moran by American painter Howard Russell Butler. What made the painting particularly interesting was the fact that it was not in East Hampton on loan from some other institution or collector, but rather was a piece that actually belonged to Guild Hall.

Amy Zerner and Monte Farber Make Spirituality Accessible to All

While many of us may have experienced a loss of focus and direction in the last year-and-a-half as a result of the upheaval brought on by the pandemic (and everything else happening in the world), in their tidy house tucked away on a quiet road in Springs, Monte Farber and Amy Zerner, husband and wife creative collaborators and spiritual visionaries, were focused on the task at hand.

Stories and Reflections on ‘The Land Claim’ 

On Friday, October 29 at 6 p.m., the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill presents “Stories and Reflections from The Land Claim Collaborators” — a panel and round table discussion with artists, historians, advocates, and keepers of heritage whose contributions to the acclaimed exhibition “Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim” helped unearth many untold stories of communities of color on the East End. 

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