The Bahr Gallery, which opened in April 2018, has several rooms totaling 1,200 square feet and features nearly 70 psychedelic master works on rotation highlighting posters from San Francisco’s “Big Five” poster artists; Wes Wilson, Stanley Mouse, Victor Moscoso, Rick Griffin, and Alton Kelley. The opening of The Bahr Gallery continues the recent renaissance in Oyster Bay, marked by a slew of hot new restaurants, innovative family attractions, and its proximity to the Long Island Sound.
Gallery North is a not-for-profit gallery presenting original exhibitions, community events and educational programs throughout the year. Established in 1965, Gallery North focuses on contemporary art in a variety of media presented in exhibits that explore the diversity and vitality of the arts on Long Island.
MARQUEE PROJECTS is a contemporary art gallery and a project space. The gallery mounts monthly solo and group exhibitions and often invites curators to thematically play and foster aesthetic conversations. The gallery features thought provoking, material innovative and aesthetically engaging contemporary art by a cross section of emerging and established artists working today from across the United States. The gallery is located one hour east of Manhattan, on the southern shores of Long Island in the historic Village of Bellport and was established by artist Mark Van Wagner and Tonja Pulfer in April of 2017.
The Patchogue Arts Council is dedicated to serving the community by encouraging, promoting and supporting the arts. Solo & Group exhibits of distinct vision by regional artists are presented to visitors of the Patchogue Arts Gallery.
Located in the historic hamlet of St. James on Long Island, NY, Watermark Galleries exhibit work by photographic Artists that tells unique and emotional stories. One of only a few photography galleries on Long Island, the Gallery represents a variety of local mid-career and emerging photographic artists. Works range from soaring seascapes and coastal landscapes to distinctive impressionist and abstract images.
Curated by Landscape Architect & Photographer Bob Retnauer, the Gallery exhibits multiple artists at one time and all artwork is professionally staged and lightened. The Gallery welcomes and encourages serious photographic artists to submit their best work for recurring exhibitions and sales.
Although the Gallery is located in a traditional office building, it is an unpretentious and inviting venue for exhibitions, competitions, receptions, lectures and other arts-related events. We are proud to be an integral part of the resurgence of the St. James Historic Cultural Arts District.