Curated by Dan Rizzie & Susan Lazarus Rizzie
Historically, Sag Harbor, a village of 2 square miles, was a thriving seaport and whaling port – President George Washington approved Sag Harbor as a port of entry to New York State. Sag Harbor today, no longer in the whaling industry, is a unique village, home to active seafarers, fishermen, artists, writers, environmentalists, actors, filmmakers, teachers, families and retirees, among others, all sharing a common love for and inspiration from, this area’s natural environs and the sea. This annual exhibition pays tribute to this special place, highlighting works by some of the areas many talented artists.
Arlene Alda - Star Black - Michael Butler - Paul Davis - Dav-0 - Pat Field - Eric Fischl - Mel Kendrick - Susan Lazarus-Reimen - Christine Moro - Lindsay Morris - Jodi Panas - Joe Pintauro - Dan Rizzie - Donald Sultan - Linda Sylvester - John Torreano - Bob Weinstein
Joe Pintauro, “Fare Well, Fair Whale" photograph
Eric Fischl, "Spaghetti Trump”, 2018
Mel Kendrick, “Something Fishy”, 1998 Woodcut
Pat Field, “Harbour Whale” 2017, Photograph
Star Black, Collage