Alex Ferrone Gallery exhibits and sells contemporary fine art photographic works by seasoned and emerging artists. Fine art photography admirers and collectors enjoy opportunities to meet exhibiting artists at special events including public receptions, luncheon Gallery Talks, and workshops.
Isabelle Haran- Leonardi is a contemporary realist painter specializing in large scale landscapes of eastern long island's vineyards and waters. In May of 2012, Isabelle opened Nova Constellatio Gallery at 419 Main Street, Greenport, NY, in the historic 1907 Lipton Block building. It is her working studio where visitors are welcomed to share her painting process and view available works. Nova Constellatio participates in the Greenport gallery Walks held the first Friday of the months May through December. To see a full portfolio of Isabelle’s work and for information regarding upcoming events please visit www.novaconstellatiogallery.com.
Exhibits at the Rosalie Dimon Gallery are a joint effort by East End Arts and the Jamesport Manor Inn to introduce exceptional artists and their work to the East End communities.
East End Arts, established in 1972, is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit arts organization, and operates a School of the Arts, an Art Gallery, and presents a variety of events and programs to promote the arts year-round.
Founded in 1886, the mission of The Suffolk County Historical Society is to collect, preserve and interpret the ongoing history of Suffolk County, NY and its people.
In 1994 the United States Department of the Interior listed the society’s building on the National Register of Historic Places.
Today, over 20,000 historical artifacts are cared for in the museum. Permanent and changing exhibitions are used to interpret important themes in Suffolk County history. The artifact collections are broad in nature and are particularly strong in the areas of General History, Decorative Arts, Fine and Folk Arts, Costumes and Textiles, and Ethnographic and Natural History artifacts.
Our mission is to preserve, cultivate and share historic Sylvester Manor to ensure that food and art remain connected to community and the land.
Once a Native American hunting and fishing ground, Sylvester Manor has since 1652 been home to eleven generations of its original European settler family. It reflects a remarkably intact history of America’s evolving tastes, economies and landscapes.
Over time, the place has been transformed from a slaveholding provisioning plantation to an Enlightenment-era farm, then to a pioneering food industrialist’s estate and today to an organic educational farm responsive to, and supported by, our neighbors and friends worldwide.
In light of this history, we envision a farm, a community, and a world where people celebrate food, arts, and inventiveness in the everyday, with a spirit of fairness and joy.
The Southold Historical Society is one of the leading cultural institutions located on the North Fork of Long Island, New York. Founded in 1960, the Society is dedicated to preserving and presenting the rich history of our region. To do this, the Society maintains a headquarters and archive, as well as a number of historically significant buildings which exhibit some of the Society's vast collections.
The William Ris Gallery opened on the North Fork in February of 2016 while remaining open in its established Stone Harbor, NJ location until this year. The gallery, while new to the East End of Long Island, was founded in 1966 and remains an art destination. Known for a wide range of original work, the constant is excellence with a strong stable of exceptional artists. The William RIs Gallery is owned and directed by Mary Cantone, who is dedicated to the importance of collecting original art and supporting artists. The Gallery exhibits an extensive selection of original contemporary works by East Coast artists with a Long Island concentration.
Art enhance life - boosts spirits and inspires thinking while mirroring and prompting memories - Mary Cantone