‘Canoeing Through Black Gold’ by Janet Culbertson, mixed media, 18” x 24.”
Island artist Janet Culbertson is part of a group show called “Metamorphosis: Changing Climate” at Hearst Galleries in New York City. Her piece, “Canoeing Through Black Gold” is one of many environmental works in the show.
Hearst Galleries is located at 300 West 57th Street.
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JADE ECKARDT PHOTOS
A portrait by Alexandra Corcoran.
The gallery at the Shelter Island Library features new works of art by Island artists every two months.
The portraits exhibition (pictured above and below) was on display through December and January. The Reporter will publish several photos of the portraits in each issue through February.
Beach art was hung on the gallery walls earlier this month and will be on display through March. The Reporter will also feature photos of the beach art.
Ms. Culbertson’s ‘Moonfall,’ acrylic and pastel on rag paper.
Island “eco artist” Janet Culbertson’s piece “Moonfall” will be featured in a new exhibit at the Long Island Museum of Art called “Silver Linings: Artists Search for Meaning.”
COURTESY PHOTO | Two pieces by Katherine Hammond that are included in a solo exhibition at Quogue Library during the month of February, 2018.
The mixed media artwork of Shelter Island artist Katherine Hammond will be on view at the Quogue Library throughout the month of February. The title of the show is “Embracing Joy,” and each one of Ms. Hammond’s colorful and lively works on paper is an expression of the artist’s response to the questions: “What can we discover about ourselves if we approach the canvas without any preconceived ideas?” and “What if we do not reference anything from the past or future, but rather stay in the moment to focus inward and ignore internal dialogue?” Ms. Hammond finds the answers by letting the paint flow. (more…)