Presented by Thirty Squared Art Collective

Hosted by Art Gallery at Borghese Vineyard & Winery 


Extended Residency


17150 Rte 48

Cutchogue, NY 11935

(631) 734-5111


Question: How does Borghese Vineyard do it? Always turning a lively tasting room into a dynamic art gallery salon?

Answer:  Here’s how: Art show -> IT’S ABOUT TIME, extends the exhibition!  North and South Fork long-time and rising-star artists are thrilled to unveil  ‘fresh-from-the studio’  favorites in fine paintings and photography, once again transforming a vast tasting room into an impressive presentation and gallery of art. Notable: 5 foot canvases fill up this BIG space. 


Thirty Squared, an east end art collective, began in January 2015 by artist Aubrey Grainger with a promise between friends to create art every day for 30 days. (Hence the name, ‘squared’, thirty paintings in 30 days.) It thrives today counting 50+ member artists. 

IT’S ABOUT TIME art show & sale celebrates two exciting milestones

One, of 50 years in winemaking at the Borghese site. Here’s where Ann Marie Borghese’s deep passion for the arts paired up with winemaking to create what is now today’s  signature vineyard experience carried on by her son, Giovanni Borghese. 

Two- a debut for Thirty Squared artists showing art on the North Fork, at Borghese.  


The show stays up through April 15, 2024, open daily. 

This show embodies quality and quantity in various mediums. 14 artists unveiled a variety of art including extra-large panels, contemporary scenic photographs, and smaller gems suitable for giving. Land/sea/sky scapes, table-scapes, abstracts, florals, figures, with walls and easels filled with fresh, satisfying artwork for viewing, enjoying and taking home.

New to the show: Southampton artist Joanne Rosko  and Anthony Lombardo.

Others include: 

Ann Lombardo, Anthony Lombardo, Aubrey Grainger, Debra Domingos, Diane White, Eileen Dawn Skretch, James Slezak, Jean Mahoney, Mary Anne Bennett, Mary Ellen Roche, Mary Twomey, Patricia Feiler, Pat Hadley, Susan D’Alessio 


Image: Joanne Rosko with her 3 Large Paintings.  Photo credit: Ann Lombardo 

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Water Mill Photographer Anthony Lombardo exhibits his images of day and night sky subjects.
Just added to this show last week.   Photo by Ann Lombardo 



AAQ / Resource: Christopher Jeffrey Architects