THE FULL MOON ARTS CENTER
Announces its winter show: Art as Gift
Opening Reception Saturday, December 7, 2019
The FULL MOON ARTS CENTER is pleased to announce its second exhibit, Art as Gift. The show will feature the work of 14 artists in the collective. The center is located at 6 Moriches Avenue, East Moriches, New York, 11940. The show opens on Saturday, December 7 and will be up for viewing weekends until Sunday, December 22, 2019. An Artists Reception, with the opportunity to meet all the members of the collective will be held on Saturday, December 7, from 12 – 4:00 PM. Snacks, apple cider and eggnog will be served. The public is invited to visit and join in the celebration of the winter season. The exhibition will be open for viewing Saturdays and Sundays, noon to 4 PM or by appointment: 631-909-4908
This exciting all new winter exhibit will showcase The Collective’s original, beautiful, artwork in a wide range of prices: paintings, photography, mixed media and collage in all sizes, books authored and illustrated by members, painted boxes, whimsical, one-of-a-kind sculptural characters and ingeniously designed clocks. The Full Moon Arts Center is pleased to offer a unique shopping experience in a beautiful setting and in the spirit of the season buyers will be able to take their gift items with them at the time of purchase.
“The Full Moon Arts Center hopes to impact our community with engaging events and creative exhibitions. We look forward to seeing you there,” said Ronnie Wiener, founder of the Full Moon Arts Center.
The FULL MOON ARTS CENTER EXHIBIT features the following artists:
Peter Beston from East Quogue, paintings.
Janet Culbertson from Shelter Island, environmental – nature-based mixed media work.
Giampaolo Fallai from Wading River, salvaged hard wood clocks.
Vito Gentile from East Quogue, poetry.
Gina Gilmour from Mattituck, paintings and sculpture.
Anna Jurinich from Wading River, paintings.
Jane Kirkwood from Riverhead, paintings.
Elizabeth Malunowicz from Riverhead, paintings.
Robert Moore from Hampton Bays, lens-based art.
Steve Palumbo from Quogue, collage art.
Jonathan Pearlman from East Quogue, found and collected objects.
Michael Pope from Remsenburg, assemblages from metal, wood and tech discards.
Ronnie Wiener from East Moriches, conceptual art.
Valerie Zeman from Huntington, mixed media art.
Also part of the Collective:
Sally Pope from Remsenburg, artist assistant.
The Full Moon Arts Center, housed in an 1865 renovated barn and stable, came into existence in 2005 under the inspiration and leadership of conceptual artist Ronnie Wiener, with the express intent of creating a space and environment to allow artists of varying disciplines to create visionary work. Whether art, music, dance, performing arts or poetry, the vision then and now is to allow the spirit of free and unencumbered ideas to flourish, and then to present the result of that effort to the community at large. Today, 13 years later, still under the influence and creative vision of its original founder, Ronnie has welcomed a new group of East End artists to pursue their individual visions in the same collaborative environment.
Peter Beston, Restless, oil-on-canvas_24x36.
Gina Gilmour Embrace-3, linoleum, print_12x13
Anna Jurinich,_The Letter,_acrylic, 9×9
Robert Moore_Koi-5, encaustic-medium-infused-print-on-Gampi-paper, 20×26
Steve Palumbo, Cimarron-River,_torn-paper-on-bd.,_12x12
Jonathan Pearlman, SpongeBob, mixed-media
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