William Ris Gallery and Full Moon Arts presents:
On View April 17 – May 23, 2021
Artist Talks: Saturday, May 1st, 8th & 15th. 1-
Closing reception: May 22nd
Jamesport – William Ris Gallery is pleased to partner with the Full Moon Arts Collective to present an exciting premier exhibition of paintings, photographs, collage, sculpture and mixed media artworks created by the group’s accomplished collection of East End artists.
Participating artists are painters Peter Beston, Gina Gilmour, Jane Kirkwood, Elizabeth Malunowicz and Ronnie Weiner; photographer Mike McLaughlin; collagist Steve Palumbo; Sculptors Jonathan Pearlman and Giampaulo Fallai; Mixed Media artist Valerie Zeman; and lens- based artist Robert Moore. To learn more about the artists please visit www.fullmoonartscenter.
Artist Talks: Saturday, May 1st, 8th and 15th
Closing Reception: Saturday, May 22nd, 1-5PM
ABOUT FULL MOON ARTS
The Full Moon Arts Collective came into existence in East Moriches in 2005, spearheaded and supported by artist Ronnie Weiner, 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. In 2018 the collective was reinvigorated by Weiner with a new group of East End artists to pursue their individual visions in the same collaborative environment.
ABOUT WILLIAM RIS GALLERY
The William Ris Gallery is owned and directed by Mary Cantone who is dedicated to the importance of collecting original art and supporting artists. The Gallery exhibits an extensive selection of original contemporary works by East Coast artists with a Long Island concentration. For more information about William Ris Gallery visit: www.williamris.com, Instagram@williamrisgallery and facebook.com/
Gallery hours are Thursday through Monday 12:00 – 5:00 pm and by appointment.
The exhibit is open to the public and free. Meet the Artist opportunities will be announced at a later date.
For more information about the exhibit email firstname.lastname@example.org.