Thinking Ahead To Spring: North Fork Gallery Exhibiting Preseason Show
"The Lotus Pond I" by Jim Sabiston. (Courtesy Photo)
"The 'Spring Into Collecting' Preseason Exhibit offers a fantastic selection of original photographic works from ten regional award-winning photographers and the Gallery is pleased to introduce these photographers to the public," noted Alex Ferrone, Director of Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery
. "It's a new season, and we would like to encourage folks to change up their art in their homes or offices and either begin collecting a new season of fine art photography, or to add some beautiful works to a collector's existing selections."
"32 East Sweet Shoppe" by Rich Faron. (Courtesy Photo)
On Saturday, May 2nd, "Spring Into Collecting," a group exhibit featuring ten local photographers, will debut at the Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery. The show showcases a unique collection of new black and white and color photographs in varied subject matter and artistic styles including aluminum, wood, hand prepared Italian watercolor paper, and other fine art papers. Featured artists include Carolyn Conrad, Rich Faron
, Scott Farrell
, Alex Ferrone, Ray Germann
, Nijole Kudirka, Katherine Liepe-Levinson, Harold Naideau, Jim Sabiston, and Steven Schreiber.
"Framed, matted, limited edition, and unique pieces will be available for purchase that also provide wonderful original gift options for upcoming Mother's Day, Father's Day and for that special Grad," shared Ferrone.
"Spring Into Collecting" is on view through Saturday, June 6th. An Artists at the Reception, with wine and lite bites, will be held on Saturday, May 9th from 6 to 8 p.m.
Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery is located at 25425 Main Road in Cutchogue. For more information, call 631-734-8545 or visit www.alexferrone.com.
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Added: April 24, 2015, 2:27 pm
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