Alex Ferrone Gallery

Celebrating Ten Years

of contemporary art for the East End and beyond.

Holiday hours:

Saturday, New Year’s Eve: CLOSED

Sunday, New Year’s Day: CLOSED

Regular Gallery hours resume Friday, January 6

Wrapping up Ten Years with Heartfelt Thanks…

Just think about it… during these past ten years, if you opened any of our emails, visited the Gallery, attended any of our in-person or online Talks or events, or purchased art from us, you were a huge part of establishing and continuing our mission to introduce contemporary artists to the East End community and to our audience from other regions.

Our deepest thanks and appreciation go out to all of you for your continued support of the importance of having art in our lives. We look forward to the next ten years of introducing you to new artists and sharing works from some of your favorite artists that you have connected with through our Gallery.

The Landscape Exhibition – Extended

Because of the hustle and bustle of the Holiday season, we have extended The Landscape Exhibition so you can stop in to enjoy these beautiful small works of art at your leisure through Sunday, February 5.


Related event – Meet the Artists of The Landscape

Please join us on Zoom to chat with the Artists of The Landscape who will discuss their processes and works in the exhibition. We have 44 artists from across the Country and will split the group into two sessions. You Are welcome to attend either or both sessions.

Tuesday, January 17 at 7:00pm EST

Wednesday, January 18 at 7:00 pm EST.

Registration is required and the link will be available on our website January 2.


Art and Our Mental Health

Excerpted from Forbes, April 9, 2022

“3 Scientific Reasons Why Visiting An Art Museum

Can Boost Your Happiness”

“A new study published in the Journal of Positive Psychology explains how consuming art in a museum can help you reduce stress, combat loneliness, and make life feel more meaningful.

Psychologist Katherine Cotter identified major benefits that we can gain from frequent visits to an art museum (we’ll just add galleries to that):

  • A rewarding experience: Visiting art museums stimulates positive emotions and promotes feelings of engagement resulting in an improved quality of life.
  • Reduces cortisol levels: Visiting an art museum can help us reduce stress as it immediately reduces the production of cortisol (a hormone related to stress) in our body…
Click to read the full article.

We wish you happiness through the New Year

and look forward to welcoming

you in the Gallery in 2023!

Alex Ferrone Gallery

25425 Main Road, Cutchogue, New York 11935


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