Ten Squared: Paint the North Fork Online Art Exhibition
and Sale at the Southold Historical Museum
The popular Ten Squared is a fundraising exhibition and sale to benefit Southold Historical Museum. This exhibition and sale is both themed and titled Ten Squared: Paint the North Fork. In this non-juried exhibition, artists are invited to submit pieces that are exactly 10”x 10”.
Each work is sold for $100, half of which benefits Southold Historical Museum.
Since the 1800s, people have been coming by ferries, trains, and roads to enjoy the bucolic North Fork. The theme of this year’s Ten Squared will focus on the farms, wineries, picturesque towns, and proximity to the water that has drawn people to the North Fork continually over the centuries. This inspirational landscape directly relates to the Museum’s 2022 exhibit on Summer Colonies of Southold. The same beauty that attracted people to summer on the North Fork many years ago exists today. The exhibit is meant to be a celebration of that beauty.
This is a terrific opportunity to purchase works by your favorite local artists at a modest price, all while supporting the museum. The varied selection ensures there is something for everyone. Deanna Witte-Walker, the Museum Executive Director states, “We love working with local artists. Their appreciation of the history and beauty of the area is a perfect pairing for the Museum.” The virtual format lends itself well to featuring artwork. Everyone is invited to view the exhibition, and those who wish may purchase. Shipping is available as well.
The online exhibit and sale will be offered
on the Museum’s website, www.southoldhistorical.org, July 1-31, 2022.
For more information about this or other museum activities,
please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 631.765.5500.
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