Gallery events across the East End

Gallery Events

Art by Kathy Buist at White Room Gallery

 

With Abstract Certainty
Opening reception: Saturday, September 22, 5 to 7 PM
The White Room Gallery, Bridgehampton

The White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton presents “With Abstract Certainty.” Four diverse artists exhibit abstract paintings, sculptures, and decorative drawings. Artists include Tanya Minhas, Kathy Buist, Ryan Schmidt, and James Leonard. The exhibit opens on Thursday, September 20, and runs through October 22.

Fall Member Exhibit
Opening: Saturday, September 22, 5 to 7:30 PM
Ashawagh Hall, Springs

The Artists Alliance of East Hampton presents its “Fall 2018 Member Exhibit and Studio Tour.” The exhibit will be up at Ashawagh Hall in Springs through September 30. The studio tour will be held September 22 and 23, from 10 AM to 4 PM. Visit www.aaeh.org for more info.

Art Show & Sale
Water Mill Museum, Water Mill
Opening: Saturday, September 22, 4 to 7 PM

Twenty-three creatives will show their best and newest paintings, prints, and drawings for the fourth year in a row at Water Mill Museum. Artist and daily painter Aubrey Grainger inspired this community of artists to paint daily a few years ago. Her enthusiasm caught on, building over time into the active art community known as 30Squared, supporting and inspiring each other all year long. The show runs through October 1.

Illuminations: Max Moran
Talk: Saturday, September 29, 2 to 4 PM
William Ris Gallery, Jamesport

The William Ris Gallery presents renowned artist, Max Moran, in his solo exhibition “Illuminations,” featuring never-seen, newly created plein air paintings inspired by North Fork cloudscapes through October 14. An artist talk will be held Saturday, September 29, from 2 to 4 PM.

Science & Art
Friday, September 21, 7 PM
Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill

Scientists from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and Stony Brook University, joined by Parrish Art Museum Director Terrie Sultan, will present a program at the Museum on Friday, September 21 at 7 PM, that will reveal the scientific mysteries that lie within historic artworks.

For their research, the scientists used an ultrabright x-ray microscope — Brookhaven’s National Synchrotron Light Source II — to analyze a minute sample from The Crucifixion, a 15th Century oil painting by Jan Van Eyck. The research shed light on how and why some works of art deteriorate, and raises questions of how they might be better preserved.

Women Artists
Talk: Saturday, September 22, 11 AM
LongHouse Reserve, East Hampton

Toni Ross presents “Women Artists: Reshaping the Conversation,” a series of panel discussions at LongHouse Reserve. On Saturday, September 22, the panel will include Alice Hope, Sheila Pepe, Brie Ruais, Barbara Toll, and Kennedy Yanko. For more info, visit www.longhouse.org.

Against The Wind
Art Sites Gallery, Riverhead

“Against The Wind,” a show at Art Sites Gallery in Riverhead, presents eight artists who are connected by their reflections upon nature. It will remain on display through September 30.

Peter Lipman-Wulf
Romany Kramoris Gallery, Sag Harbor

Romany Kramoris Gallery presents an exhibition of watercolors by the late Peter Lipman-Wulf (1905-1993). The show runs through September 27. Along with Lipman-Wulf, artworks from Christopher Engel, Suzzanne Fokine, and Barbara Groot will also be featured. Lipman-Wulf was primarily known as a sculptor and graphic artist. His paintings were rarely the focus of exhibits.

As a German of Jewish descent, Lipman-Wulf was forced to flee during WWII — first to France in 1933, then to Switzerland in 1942. Particularly in Switzerland, where, as a refugee, he was formally prohibited from working as a sculptor, he diverted his creative impulse to works on paper. Along with sketches and drawings, Lipman-Wulf completed numerous impressive landscapes and portraits in the South of France and Switzerland.

Stephen Wilkes
Tulla Booth Gallery, Sag Harbor

Tulla Booth Gallery in Sag Harbor presents artist Stephen Wilkes, displaying his popular “Day to Night” series, including exciting images of the most beloved cities and sites of the world. Wilkes photographs from a stationary 50-foot crane. The exhibit will continue through September 27. For more info, visit www.tullaboothgallery.com.

Drawing Room
The Drawing Room, East Hampton

The Drawing Room Gallery in East Hampton presents works by artists Charles Jones, including early 20th Century photographs, and sculptures by Fiona Waterstreet. The show will run through September 30. For more info, visit www.drawingroom-gallery.com.

Michele Dragonetti
Roman Fine Art, East Hampton

Roman Fine Art in East Hampton presents “Michele Dragonetti – Re-emergent.” Dragonetti’s second solo exhibition at the gallery once again highlights photographs from her Boat Hull series. The show runs through October 1.