Online Art Exhibition and Sale to open July 15

‘Ten Squared: After the Peconic Bay Impressionists’


Back by popular demand, Ten Squared is a fundraising exhibit and sale for Southold Historical Museum. The theme of the next exhibit is entitled After the Peconic Bay Impressionists. In this non-juried exhibition, artists are invited to submit pieces that are 10” x 10”. Each work will be sold for $100, half of which will benefit Southold Historical Museum. The online exhibit and sale will be Monday, July 15 – August 31, 2024.

At the turn of the 20th Century, artists were drawn to the East End for its light and beauty. The early painters were Irving Ramsay Wiles and Edith and Henry Prellwitz. Some other notable North Fork artists included Caroline M. Bell, Julia Wickham, Whitney M. Hubbard, and Otto Joseph Kurth. The painters not only painted en plein air, but also painted still lifes, portraits, and genre art. A century later, artists are still coming to the East End to paint. This exhibit will feature the Peconic Bay Artists of the 21st Century.

Artists are invited to submit up to 3 works which measure 10” x 10”. All mediums are accepted.

This is a wonderful opportunity to purchase artwork by local artist. Since the exhibit and sale is not juried, the variety of motifs is sure to offer something for everyone. All purchases are through the Museum’s website,

For more information, please email or call 631.765.5500. 



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