Visit the Greenport Gallery Walk, December 1, 2017, 6-9pm and its 9 participating galleries during the holiday season for a unique gift shopping experience. Refreshments will be served on Gallery Walk night.  Beginning Saturday, November 25 the galleries will be in holiday mode featuring fine arts, crafts, jewelry from stocking stuffers to major collectibles. Artist made holiday cards, decorative and usable art for the home, as well as small paintings and prints will be available. Make a day of it. Plan lunch or dinner at one of the many restaurants and also browse the other lovely shops along our historic harbor front maritime village before visiting the galleries. This event is sponsored by the Greenport Business Improvement District. Self guided tour, just follow the map brochure and your whim. For more information on the Greenport Gallery Walk and what’s going on in Greenport during the winter holidays visit the calendar page:




Participating galleries are listed below:

• Gallery M / 407 Main Street /

Gallery M is owned and operated by Myra Eisenberg a North Fork resident and contemporary master craftswoman and jeweler specializing in gold and silver. The gallery features one of a kind signed items created in metal, glass, ceramic, wood, and fiber. You will find many decorative and functional items to grace your home or hand crafted fashion items to be worn, displayed, and treasured in this unique gallery.

• Hector deCordova Studio / 538 Main Street / 631-219-2759 /

deCordova is a well established local artist working in many styles and mediums including watercolor, acrylic and assemblage.Both abstract and representational images with fresh, fluidity are included in his repertoire. His work has appeared at the Heckscher Museum, SUNY at Stony Brook, Bridgehampton Cultural Center, as well as in Mexico at the Martin Goode Gallery-Salamagundi Club. On view will be new work plus works in progress.

• Greenport Harbor Brewing Co Gallery / 234 Carpenter Street /

Ann Vandenburgh is the curator at this lovely gallery tucked into the upstairs tasting room of a renovated 1860’s firehouse in the breweries original Greenport location. Mixed media paintings of Shannon Guyer will be on view during the holiday season.

• North Fork Art Collective / 19 Front Street /

Emerging North Fork artists create and exhibit in this newly founded gallery and work space.

• Nova Constellatio Gallery / 419 Main Street /

Isabelle Haran-Leonardi is a contemporary realist painter specializing in large scale landscapes of eastern Long Island’s vineyards and waters. During the holiday season she will have many small works on view perfect for gift giving. Her work has appeared on the cover of Dan’s Papers.

• Olive Studio / 8 Front Street /

Carla Oberlander is the artist in residence at this new addition to Greenport’s art scene. She has been transforming home and business spaces with exterior / interior murals, specialty finishes indoor & outdoors, hand painted furniture, and fashion accessories for many years before coming to Greenport.



• The Sirens’ Song Gallery / 516 Main Street / 631-477-1021 /

Caroline Waloski the artist in residence has been exibiting at home and abroad since the 1980’s. The themes of her work are based on the sea, fantasy, mythology. New one of a kind heat engraved scrimshaw inspired necklaces with seaglass, beach pebbles, silver, and organic materials are on view for the holidays. Waloski works in intaglio and relief printing methods, as well as painting, and sculpture. The gallery also features the work of artists from the Manhattan Graphics Center, and North Fork experimental photographic artist JoAnne Dumas. The gallery offers printmaking classes to adults and children. There is also a printmaking studio available to experienced printers for editioning.

• The South Street Gallery & Framers / 18 South Street /

Amy Worth and Tom Payne are the proprietors of this contemporary gallery featuring many northeast artists of a variety of styles and disciplines. A retrospective exhibit of the paintings of local artist Vincent Quatroche will be on view November 3-26. The Eleventh Annual 10 x 10 benefit exhibit for the North Fork Environmental Council will begin Friday, December 1. The 10 x 10 exhibit will be on view through December. Worth along with curating the exhibits is an accomplished collage artist. The South Street also holds many workshops and life drawing classes for beginners as well as experienced artists.

• VSOP Art + Design Projects / 311 Front Street /

Johnathan Weiskopf curator/artist. The gallery features emerging and mid career artists and designers. Decorative art, design driven home goods, furniture, and hand crafts create an unexpected experience. The gallery plans on offering screen films, artist talks, live performances and art education opportunities to local youth in the near future. 

Other Greenport shops staying open late in support of the Greenport Gallery Walk on December 1, 6-9pm: 

• Greenport Wines and Spirits / 132 Front Street /

Special tastings and pourings of local and international wines November-December 5-7pm on Greenport Gallery Walk evenings.

• Crinoline Boutique / 449 Main Street /

Elegant women’s fashion and accessories. There is also a small line of menswear available. Stop in to see what you can be artfully wearing to the next Greenport Gallery Walk.

• Kon Tiki / 437 Main Street /

Intimate artsy oasis for light dining and aperitifs. A good way to begin or end a gallery walk evening. Located in the Gallery Hotel.

• Special Effects Salon & Spa / 455 Main Street /

The salon will be open every first Friday of the month, June to December 2-7pm to give you an artful look from head to toe in time for an evening of gallery hopping.

• Vines & Branches / 110 Front Street /

Stop by this jewel of a specialty food emporium for a taste of premium and kosher olive oils during your gallery hopping.

• Kessie / 25 Front Street / 631-477-6900

Save time to check out this lovely mixed bag shop for vintage collectibles for thehome, new and antique jewelry, fashionable clothing and accessories.

• Flying Point / 405 Main Street /

This expansive surf shop in the heart of the village will be staying open until 9pm on gallery walk nights. Browse for all the the gear and accessories you need for active water sports or just for looking good and having fun on the beach.

• One Love Beach / 211 Main Street /

This family owned and operated boutique sports shop has everything you need to enjoy our local waterways. Equipment for sale or rent, lessons, tours, andclinics, plus accessories and clothing for adults and children. Visit and chat with the friendly, experienced staff.

• Mercantile / 413 Main Street / 862- 333-9036

Artfully repurposed urban farm style shabby chic furnishings and accessories. Unique items for gift giving or accent items.

• Impulse / 423 Main Street /

Strut your fashionable stuff during the gallery walk in items from this shop that features clothing and accessories for both casual or dress up occasions.

• Metal Monk Jewelry / 15 Front Street /

Colorful, fun, one of a kind vintage style jewelry created by artist Donya Lynn O’Brien.


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