Spring Exhibition installation at Alex Ferrone Gallery.

Marjorie Tomchuk, Crescent Valley, embossed collagraph print on artist-made paper.

Kathleen Massi, Fading Shallows and Winter’s Repose, archival pigment prints.


A New Season For Contemporary Art

On Exhibit thru May 29th 

Alex Ferrone Gallery opened their annual Spring Group Exhibition this past weekend featuring art by local, national, and international contemporary artists. The Gallery invites the public to their Artists’ Reception this coming Saturday, May 13 from 5-7pm where guests can enjoy the exhibition and celebrate with bubbly and light bites. The Spring Exhibition runs through May 29, 2023.

Celebrating their eleventh spring season, the Gallery is presenting a beautiful selection of art that includes photography, painting, mixed media works, and sculpture by eighteen contemporary artists.


Roy Nicholson, Vernal Passage #1, Oil on linen, 22×22 in.

The Spring Exhibition lineup boasts local North Fork and Shelter Island artists Bennett Sykes Blackburn, Wendy Prellwitz, Katherine Liepe-Levinson, Lucy Dewitt, and Janet Culbertson, as well as Hamptons’ artists Carolyn Conrad, Roy Nicholson, and Dan Welden. The roster continues with Long Island artists Chris Ann Ambery, Kathleen Massi, Winn Rea, Pamela Waldroup, and Constance Sloggatt Wolf; stretches out nationally with Leslie Gleim from Hawaii, David McCrae from Washington, Ron Pokrasso from New Mexico, and Marjorie Tomchuk from Connecticut; and completes the exhibition with Canadian artist Jennifer Pazienza.  


Dan Welden, Nantucket Brambles, mixed media on paper, 24×20 in.


Director Alex Ferrone says, “Our patrons are in for a wonderful visual treat this season and can look forward to continuing relations with their favorite artists, as well as developing new connections with artists that will be showing with us for the first time. We are excited to bring a new creative year to our patrons who visit time and time again in support of art and our artists, and look forward to connecting with new guests of the Gallery this season as well.”


Alex Ferrone Gallery is at 25425 Main Road, Cutchogue. Spring hours are 12-5pm Friday through Sunday, or by appointment other days. Visit AlexFerroneGallery.com for more info or call 631-734-8545.


Bennett Sykes Blackburn,

Beatitude, Ipe wood, teak wood, 50x11x20 in.

Constance Sloggatt Wolf, Divine Dance, woodblock print on Masa paper, 73×33 in.


Leslie Gleim, The Edge of Simplicity 1, archival pigment print, 20×14 in.


Alex Ferrone Gallery

25425 Main Road, Cutchogue, New York 11935