February 22, 2010 Wilfred Joseph

Are you an artist or just enjoy art?  The East End Arts Council of Long Island celebrates the arts and works with well-known and yet-to-be discovered arts.  The East End Arts Council presents art, music, dance, and theatre throughout the East End of Long Island.   They feature ten gallery exhibits per year and a new exhibit opens every four to six weeks.  Their gift shop also features original work of local craftspeople, as well as hand-pulled prints, original etchings, and fine art posters.  
The gallery is located in the historic Davis-Corwin House and admission is free and open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 A.M. – 4 P.M.  Black and White is a member’s show focusing exclusively on black and white art.  It opened on January 15th and will continue to run through February 26th.   The Body in Motion will depict bodies in the process of moving and will be an eclectic combination of man, beasts, and other displays of bodies in motion.  It will open on March 5th and continue through April 9th.  Also, be sure not to miss the reception on March 5th, from 5-7 P.M.  The entire exhibition schedule for 2010 has been published and can be viewed on their website.    
In additional to their gallery, additional exhibit spaces can be found at Riverhead Town Hall and the Rosalie Dimon Gallery within the Jamesport Manor Inn.  Currently, Allan Bull & Carol C. Young art is exhibited at the Jamesport Manor Inn.  This exhibit started on February 5th and continues through May 5th.  An upcoming reception is scheduled for February 21st, from 3-5 P.M.  Riverhead Town is exhibiting Dolores Castrucci Earth Paintings through March 1st. 
Enjoy the arts and your stay with the Arbor View Bed and Breakfast!