02/24/19 3:00pm

JADE ECKARDT PHOTOS
A portrait by Peter Waldner.

The gallery at the Shelter Island Library features new works of art by Island artists every two months. The portraits here were on display through December and January. Beach art was hung on the gallery walls earlier this month, and will be on display through March, which will also be featured in the Reporter. 

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02/15/19 12:00pm

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 exhibit (pictured) 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. 

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02/09/19 11:00am

COURTESY PHOTO
‘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.

For more information email [email protected] or visit janetculbertson.com.

02/08/19 4:30pm

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. 

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08/23/18 4:30pm
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTOS Elisabeth Heimann with artist Melora Grifis.

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTOS
Elisabeth Heimann with artist Melora Grifis.

On August 18, people came from all over the Hamptons and the North Fork to participate in the 9th annual Artists of Shelter Island (ArtSI) Open Studio Tour. Fourteen local painters, sculptors, potters, mixed media artists, and one woman who creates “works that show surprise,” opened their in-home studios to tour participants — sometimes serving watermelon and other snacks, always eager to talk about their lives and works.

The Reporter interviewed three artists about their respective mediums, messages, and relationships to Shelter Island.

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