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Scott McIntire’s “Bittersweet #10” is at VSOP Projects as part of the annual 10×10=100 art show.

VSOP 10×10 Sale

VSOP Projects presents the 14th annual 10×10=100 art show and sale in Greenport Village. Nearly 200 artists have contributed to this ambitious holiday-time exhibition. All works will be available for $100 and proceeds benefit the North Fork Environmental Council and Peconic Public Broadcasting.

The exhibition will preview on Friday, December 6, from 6 to 9 PM during the Greenport Village First Fridays Art Walk. A performance by George Cork Maul and The Hidden City Orchestra will accompany the preview.

The 10×10=100 art sale will begin on Saturday, December 7, at 6 PM. Due to the popularity of this event in years past, a line usually begins to form around 5 PM. For more information visit www.vsopprojects.com.

Romany Kramoris Group Show

A group art show featuring a snowstorm of 30-plus local artists with small and affordable art and fine crafts has landed in Sag Harbor.

Participating artists in the Romany Kramoris Gallery group show include Lianne Alcon, Berges Alvarez, Jude Amsel, Masha Archer, Herbert August, Olivia August, Adriana Barone, Lois Bender, Joyce Brian, Christine Cadarette, Linda Capello, John Capello, Lauren Chenault, Lucille Colin, Sue and Al Daniels, Christopher Engel, Suzzanne Fokine, Rick Gold, Barbara Groot, Peter Gumpel, Barbara Hadden, Muriel Hanson Falborn, Victoria Hartman, Ruby Jackson, Eleanora Kupencow, Ghilia Lipman-Wulf, Peter Lipman-Wulf, Pingree Louchheim, Diana Malcolmson, Katherine Milliken, Kelly Nelson, Alan Nevins, Stephen Palmer, Isabel Pavao, Gabriele Raacke, Heidi Rain, Marie Roberts, Mara Sfara, Roger Sichel, and Garance Werthmuller.

The exhibit is on display through January 12. An open house will be held on Sunday, December 15, from 3 to 5 PM. For more details visit www.KramorisGallery.com.

Alex Ferrone Gallery Opens Portals

Celebrating its seventh year in Cutchogue, Alex Ferrone Gallery opens “Portals” for the holiday season. This year, the gallery’s annual national juried small works exhibition was selected by juror Franklin Hill Perrell, an art historian, curator, and writer, and features over 60 works depicting physical portals like windows, doors, and gateways.

Traditional and alternative photography, paintings, and mixed media works will be on display and available to purchase by national artists representing 22 states. All works are sized 12×12 inches or smaller for the gift-giving season. The exhibition runs through January 19.

Hours are noon to 5 PM Friday through Sunday, or by appointment other days. Visit www.AlexFerroneGallery.com.

Full Moon Arts Center

Center Moriches’ Full Moon Arts Center announced its second exhibit: Art as Gift. The show features the work of 14 artists.

The show opens on Saturday, December 7, and will be up for viewing weekends from noon to 4 PM until Sunday, December 22. An artists’ reception will be held on Saturday, December 7. Snacks, apple cider, and eggnog will be served.

This all-new winter exhibit will showcase the collective’s original artwork in a wide range of prices, and include paintings, photography, mixed media, and collage in all sizes; books authored and illustrated by members; painted boxes; whimsical sculptural characters; and clocks.

For more information visit www.fullmoonartscenter.org.

William Ris Gallery Talk

William Ris Gallery’s in Jamesport’s final show of the year “Angles,” features works by photographers E. Cindy Stein and Mike McLaughlin, with a focus on New York City architecture and interiors.

An artists’ talk is planned for Saturday, December 7, from 11 AM to 1 PM. The show runs through December 29. Visit www.WilliamRis.com for more details.

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