The fall Eastern Campus Student Art Exhibit, a lively, salon-style show highlighting exceptional work created by students in the applied arts programs on Suffolk County Community College’s Eastern Campus, will be on display at The Lyceum Gallery, located in the Montaukett Learning Resource Center, from November 13 to December 13.
The more than 70 works in a variety of media were created by photography, graphic design, digital media and animation, color theory, and interior design students. Prospective students are encouraged to attend the exhibit to see the high proficiency attained by students in the campus’s art department.
An opening reception will be held on Wednesday, November 20, from 4 to 6 PM.
Jamesport’s William Ris Gallery’s final show of the year opens on Saturday, November 16. “Angles,” with works by photographers E. Cindy Stein and Mike McLaughlin, highlights NYC’s architecture and interiors. Stein and McLaughlin’s love for Manhattan stirs this collection as each put their own unique spin on interiors and exteriors of iconic landmarks. The exhibit opens with a reception on Saturday, November 16, from 4 to 7 PM and runs through December 29. An artists’ talk is planned for Saturday, December 7, from 11 AM to 1 PM.
Southampton Arts Center will host the long-anticipated opening of two simultaneous exhibitions focusing on the world of printmaking: “Solar Impressions Juried Exhibition” and “International Masters/Collaborations in Printmaking.” Presented by Southampton Arts Center and Inspiration Plus, the exhibitions will feature giants in modern and contemporary art, along with talented artists from all over the world showcasing printmaking methods that incorporate the Solarplate printing technique developed and practiced by Sag Harbor artist and master printmaker Dan Welden.
The two exhibitions, on view November 16 through December 29, bring the Solarplate printmaking technique, an eco-friendly and environmentally sustainable fine art making process, to the forefront of art.
Under The Radar
The Amagansett Library presents “Under the Radar” with artist Sabina Streeter. The show is an exploration of wartime impact on the small fishing village of Montauk. “The sculptural bleakness of the Radar Tower intrigued me,” said the artist. The exhibit also includes video installations by Jill Musnicki, photography by Stephanie Seidl, and paintings by Michael Holman. There will be an opening reception on Saturday, November 16, from 5 to 7 PM.
As The Crow Flies
Sara Nightingale Gallery presents “As the Crow Flies,” with Janet Goleas, Laurie Lambrecht, and Ross Watts, who have each selected one artist to join them in the exhibit: Priscilla Heine, Virva Hinnemo, and Jeremy Grosvenor, respectively. The exhibition will open on Thursday, November 14 from 5 to 7 PM and will run through December 16.