The Arts

Art Beat: ‘East End Images’ on display at Floyd Memorial Library

• Work by Nancy Ness, Joan Stevens, Helen M. Weinstein and Amy Worth can be seen Sept. 6 to 29 in a show titled “Four Women” at The South Street Gallery in Greenport. 

Ms. Ness paints local landscapes in pastels and oils; Ms. Stevens works in plein air oils and figure studies; Ms. Weinstein creates abstract oils; and Ms. Worth uses thick paint and a palette knife for her landscapes and still-lifes.

A reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6.

• The East End Photographers Group will present an exhibit of “East End Images” from Sept. 6 to Oct. 12 at Floyd Memorial Library in Greenport. The show, featuring traditional, digital and alternative photographic processes, celebrates the “vistas, seascapes, farmlands and abstract images of the South and North forks,” a press release says.

A reception is set for Sunday, Sept. 7, from 2 to 4 p.m.

Participating photographers are Berges Alvarez, Michele Dragonetti, Scott Farrell, Alex Ferrone, Gerry Giliberti, Pamela Greinke, George Mallis, Michael McLaughlin, Dave Nadal, Ron Nicoletta, Jim Sabiston, Jim Slezak and Mary Trentalange.

• Old Town Arts and Crafts Guild in Cutchogue will hold a reception for Artist of the Month Marion Vaccaro Wipf from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6. Ms. Wipf paints “what she sees around her: the flowers, the landscapes, the water,” according to a press release. Her work will be shown through September.

• Images by Michael Edelson and Ann Brandeis will be featured in “Bare,” an exhibit opening Sept. 6 at Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery in Cutchogue. A portion of proceeds from sales will be donated to The Retreat Domestic Violence Services. The show runs through Oct. 12.

An opening reception will be held Saturday, Sept. 6, from 6 to 8 p.m.

Mr. Edelson’s series “The Bedroom Has Its Secrets,” based on the Edna St. Vincent Millay poem “What Lips My Lips Have Kissed,” was photographed in the former Victorian Lady bed-and-breakfast in Greenport.

Ms. Brandeis “looks for signs and elements that visually describe or capture our memories — personal moments in time that remind us of our past, sustain us through our present and guide our future.”

Mr. Edelson and Ms. Brandeis will give a gallery talk at 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28.

• Work by Shelter Island photographer Virginia Khuri will be on view Sept. 8 to Dec. 6 at Riverhead Town Hall in an exhibit co-sponsored by East End Arts and Riverhead Town. The exhibit is titled “The Arrival of Spring in Mashomack.”

Ms. Khuri is a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain. A press release says, “She uses her camera not to document the world before her lens, but to convey something of the quality of her particular individual experience of it.”

• Call for artists: North Fork Community Theatre in Mattituck invites submissions of two-dimensional work depicting the historic Mattituck building for a juried art show. The submission deadline is Oct. 1. Artists may enter up to three works measuring no more than 24 inches square.

Architectural renderings will also be eligible for an award and will be considered for use as a logo.

Work may be emailed in jpg form to [email protected] with an entry form, résumé and artist’s bio. Original work only.

Up to 25 pieces will be chosen to be displayed at the theater from December through April 2015.

For a prospectus, go to

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