Diane Bouchier studied scientific illustration at Harvard’s Peabody Museum and botanical illustration at The New York Botanical Garden where she completed the certificate program.
Realistic photographic images become abstract works of art when Howard Stevens playfully explores them in Photoshop.
A graduate of Parsons School of Design, Ms. Weilbacher has always worked with bold colors and designs using oils, watercolors, and acrylics.
Nichols Nappi fills his paintings with color, bold and audacious. It is his goal that each painting becomes not only a journey for the eye, but also a visual musical composition, a melody.
This husband-wife exhibit features works by Carol and Joe Miller who are longtime residents of Rocky Point. Joe, a Pratt Institute graduate, spent his career working as an art director and graphic designer, paints with oils and acrylics working with a variety of subjects such as portraits, landscapes, and street scenes. Carol is a self-taught […]
Rosamaria Eisler is a printmaker, painter, and former educator whose inspiration comes from her daily experiences. She has been creating her art using different processes such as intaglio, relief, and monotypes. Ms. Eisler belongs to several art organizations and her work is in private collections. This exhibit presents her series: Children and Intimate Scenes, done […]
Rich Wozniak is a trained commercial photographer who captures quality images of anything that is put in front of his camera. When it comes to artwork, Mr. Wozniak has been led by a love for nature’s complexities, trying to convey a simpler and sometimes abstract form of nature. He prefers not to title his work, […]
Robert T. Bloom is a photographic artist concentrating on Long Island landscapes and seascapes, which he has researched and explored for many years
Celebrating the arts, culture, and community. A retrospective showing of artists from NSPL's Art Forum will feature artist's works in a variety of media and genres.
SallyAnne Keller captures the colors of the atmosphere from all of Long Island's seasons, painting landscapes, still life, animals, and florals