"I welcome the opportunity to share my artwork.
Through my work, I have tried to recreate places that I have visited and objects that I treasure.
I use the contrast of lights and darks to guide me in my renderings.
I hope you will come and enjoy viewing my work."
Join Judy for her Opening Reception on Sunday, December 15 at 3:30 p.m. in the Lower Lobby Gallery.
In addition to his fine art, long-time Great Neck resident Robert Wallman is also a graphic designer and illustrator with experience in advertising, corporate communications, marketing, packaging, and publishing.
When Warren Mintz retired from full time teaching, it became important to him to explore ways outside the classroom to do something meaningful. One of the possible activities evolved from the poster collages. He decided to collect cutouts and almost all of his collages begin by first choosing a background and then building upon it.
THE SPINNEY HILL HISTORY QUILT
Reception Sunday, March 15 from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m.
Judy Vine currently lives and works in her home studio in Great Neck. This exhibition of her oil paintings demonstrates the cultural landscape of places she has traveled. From a single image to a broad swath of the world around her, her images speak to the similarities and differences in cultures. Judy currently studies with the oil painter, Howard Rose and is a member of The National Art League and the Art League of Nassau County. Originally from Michigan where Judy studied with the sculptor, Sally Kaplan and watercolor painter, Robert Wilbert. In 2012 Judy earned a place in the Michigan Fine Arts Exhibition.
Suzanne Gordon primarily paints portraits in acrylic on canvas. She also does decorative painting of furniture, rooms, shirts, dresses, and lunchboxes, and posts her photography on Instagram (@suzagord). She has a BFA from the State University of New York at Buffalo and has been a Great Neck resident for 27 years.