BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTOS
Susan and Saul Rosenstreich with June Shatken.
Island artists June Shatken and Katherine Hammond opened their studios to the public on Saturday, December 15. They invited art lovers to visit their studios where their art was on exhibit and for sale. Their work can be viewed at katherine-hammond.com and juneshatken.com.
James DeVito with Albert and Katherine Hammond.
JUNE SHATKEN PHOTO
A recent painting Ms. Shatken created by pouring watercolors.
Two Island artists, June Shatken and Katherine Hammond, will open their studios to the public on Saturday, December 15, from 1 to 4 p.m. They invite art lovers to visit their studios where their art will be on exhibit and for sale.
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…)
Katherine Hammond’s ‘Ying and Yang.’
Shelter Island artist Katherine Hammond will be among 10 artists featured in “Mostly Abstract V,” an art exhibition running over Columbus Day weekend at Ashawagh Hall in Springs, East Hampton. (more…)
COURTESY ART This weekend the Perlman Music Program has its first of the season’s alumni recitals
PERLMAN MUSIC PROGRAM
Violinist Eric Silberger brings his award-winning talent to the Perlman Music Program this weekend in the first of the season’s alumni recitals. Mr. Silberger has performed as a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician throughout the United States and around the world.
A PMP student over a decade ago, Mr. Silberger is scheduled to perform a mix of classical selections at the Clark Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, August 19.
Tickets are $25, free for those under age 18. Virtuoso Society members may email PMP for priority seating at [email protected] For details, see perlmanmusicprogram.org. (more…)