Multi Is The Media
The White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton presents “Multi Is The Media,” featuring works by Keith Ramsdell, Jim Gemake, Bengt Hokanson, and Trefny Dix. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, December 1, from 5 to 7 PM. A group show will also include artists Alicia Gitlitz, Karen Kirshner, Phil Marco, Martha Mcaleer, Alyssa Peek, Cindy Press, Linda Sirow, CHO Yea Jae, and Strosberg/Mandel. The show will run through December 30.
Sara Nightingale Gallery presents “Timeshapers,” with recent work by Paul O’Connor, Mimi Saltzman, and Johnny Wong. The show opens on Saturday, December 1, from 5 to 7 PM. The exhibition runs through December 28. “Timeshapers” brings together three friends who met five years ago in the art community of Taos, NM.
“Not Nature,” featuring the works of Laurie Lambrecht, Steve Miller, and Darius Yektai, is on display at Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack. The show is open Saturdays through December 22. Visit www.madoo.org.
Romany Kramoris Gallery
Romany Kramoris Gallery in Sag Harbor presents a group art show featuring 30 plus local artists highlighting small and affordable art and fine crafts.
Participating artists include Nancy Achenbach, Lianne Alcon, Herbert August, Olivia August, Adriana Barone, Ann Barzola, Eve Behar, Lois Bender, Joyce Brian, Lauren Chenault, Sue & Al Daniels, Christopher Engel, Patricia Feiwel, Suzzanne Fokine, Rick Gold, Barbara Groot, Barbara Hadden, Ruby Jackson, Mary Jaffe, Adrienne Kitaeff, Romany Kramoris, Peter Lipman-Wulf, Ghilia Lipman-Wulf, Mary Milne, Alan Nevins, Maria Orlova, Isabel Pavao, Heidi Rain Oleszczuk, Christina Schlesinger, Veronica Mezzina, and Deby Zum.
The exhibit is on display through January 13.
Student Art Exhibit
The fall Eastern Campus Student Art Exhibit highlighting exceptional work created by Suffolk County Community College students in the applied arts programs on the college’s Eastern Campus in Riverhead will be up through December 15.
On display in The Lyceum Gallery are more than 60 student works in a variety of media and sizes created in photography, graphic design, computer art, and interior design courses. The exhibit provides prospective students with a unique opportunity to see the high proficiency attained by students in Suffolk’s Eastern Campus art department.
Peconic Bay Impressionists
Peconic Bay Impressionists and Vintage Long Island Paintings host an art show at Old Orchard Farm Store in Orient. The show features are by Caroline Bell, Julia Wickham, Rachel Beebe, Elliott Alva Brooks, Franklin Glover Brooks, William Steeple Davis, George Hallock, Joseph Beckwith Hartranft, Clara Moore Howard, Whitney Hubbard, Helen Kroeger, Otto Kurth, and Alvert Latham. The show will run through December 1.
The Madelle Hegeler Semerjian Gallery presents a solo exhibition of old and new works featuring Shinnecock artist and photographer Jeremy Dennis. The “Indigenous Histories: Ubiquitous Inquiries” show will run through November 30 at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton. The exhibition will feature a selection from Dennis’s work “On This Site,” a collection of site-specific indigenous histories represented by landscape photography and “Stories,” oral stories and legends represented using portrait digital photography.
Promised Land Remembered
“Promised Land Remembered,” organized by The Victor D’Amico Institute of Art, has landed at the Amagansett Library and be on display through November 30. The show consists of early tempera on paper paintings by Mabel D’Amico dating circa 1939 through the 1940s, accompanied by a brief historical narrative about Promised Land. Promised Land is illustrated with selected period photographs including Mabel’s own found in the D’Amico Archive.
Light Of The Ocean
Southampton Arts Center presents the exhibit “Light Of The Ocean” by Francisco Alvarado-Juárez. The show will run through the rest of the year, closing on Monday, December 31. The exhibit is a dynamic, site-specific installation by Alvarado-Juárez, a New York-based American artist born in Honduras.
With the help of community volunteers and experts from Cornell Cooperative Extension Marine Program, the two main galleries are turned into a magical marine environment with pathways through sand, seashells, and other organic materials indigenous to the East End, plus video projections of water and marine life, approximately 30 of Alvarardo-Juárez’s large-scale acrylic paintings, and thousands of repurposed painted paper bags. The smell of the sea and sounds of whales enveloping the viewer’s senses will make for a transformative gallery visit.
Guild Hall in East Hampton presents a trio of major one-person shows, which highlight the institution’s mission of showcasing artists of the region. Each artist has lived or currently lives on the East End, and every exhibition will focus on the variety of art that has been nurtured and flourished in the area.
The exhibits include Syd Solomon’s “Concealed and Revealed” in the Moran Gallery, “Please Send To: Ray Johnson,” selections from the permanent collection in the Woodhouse Gallery, and Sara Mejia Kriendler’s “In Back of Beyond” in the Spiga Gallery. The shows run through December 16.