Mother Nature at Islip Arts Council

Islip Arts Council in collaboration with Women Sharing Art, Inc. present the juried exhibition Mother Nature. Congratulations to our Women Sharing Art members that were accepted: Tove Abrams, Diana Aliberti, Victoria Beckert, Sheri Berman, Mary Bonardi-Sullivan, Pauline Chiarelli, Teresa Cromwell, Doris Diamond, Joan Genchi, Kathie Gerlach, Gabi Grama, Julianna Kirk, Kathy Larocca, Sue Miller, Gail…

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Home Again at Bayport Blue Point Library

The members of Women Sharing Art, Inc. are thrilled to share their work in the Bayport-Blue Point Library’s inaugural opening of its new home.  Once the home of the Ursuline Sisters of Tildonk, now this beautiful structure will provide a home and cultural hub for the community of Bayport-Blue Point and beyond.  The concept of home can relate…

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Eileen W Palmer at Memorial Gallery, Farmingdale State College

Eileen is honored to be part of “Sizzle” The Farmingdale State College Memorial Gallery summer exhibition.  Her mosaic sculpture “Origin of the World “ will be included in the exhibit.  Sizzle: A survey of Contemporary Art on Long Island will be on view June 19 to September 4, 2019 in the Memorial Gallery located in Hale Hall.  An…

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Eileen W Palmer at the Huntington Arts Council

Eileen is happy to be a part of this fun and irreverent art exhibit, Bright Colors Bold Strokes: Creations of Lowbrow Art at the Huntington Arts Council’s Main St Gallery. A reception will be held on Friday, March 29, 6-8 at the HAC Main Street Gallery, 213 Main St. Huntington, NY

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Arboretum Inspirations 2019 – Third Year in a Row!

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For the third year in a row, Women Sharing Art members will be displaying their art at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum Gallery April 4 through May 5, 2019.  Artists Reception is Sunday, April 7 from 1:00 -4:00 p.m.  There is always fabulous, well-priced art, just in time for Easter and Mother’s Day!  

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Women Sharing Art Members in “Echoes”

The Long Island Craft Guild has several Women Sharing Art members’ work accepted into their anniversary show at the Art League of Long Island’s Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery. Sheri Berman, Kathie Gerlach, Julianna Kirk, Gail Neuman and Eileen Palmer are part of both groups and are active with their art making successes.  

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Holly Black and Eileen W. Palmer at Islip Art Museum

We are pleased to announce that Women Sharing Art members Holly Black and Eileen W Palmer have been chosen to exhibit their work at the Islip Art Museum. Holly’s photographic diptych, “Meditation Cove” and Eileen’s cyanotype prayer scroll “Nature’s Way”, will be included in the upcoming show, The Art of Meditation.  The show, curated by Seung Lee focuses…

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Eileen Palmer at Patchogue Arts Council

Women Sharing Art Member Eileen W. Palmer will be featured at the Patchogue Arts Council exhibit Some Assembly Required, curated by John Cino. The artists of Some Assembly Required present a modern face on what is now a century old tradition. Drawn from the metropolitan region the artists in Some Assembly Required work in two- and three- dimensional media to confront…

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Treasure that Trash

Women Sharing Art, Inc. members Janene Gentile, Sue Miller and Eileen W. Palmer have been accepted to exhibit  in “Treasure that Trash” showing at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization Educational & Cultural Center, 97 Main Street in Stony Brook Village.  See intricate masterpieces of impressive artistry created from recycled or discarded materials, spray paint, glass and more.  March…

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Animal Kingdom: From Tame to Wild – Long Island Museum

Pat D’Aversa, Doris Diamond, and Eileen Palmer have had their art pieces selected as finalists for the 2017 Long Island Museum’s juried art competition.  The exhibit Animal Kingdom: From Tame to Wild includes 75 finalists, out of nearly 300 submitted. You are invited to see their work as well as works by amateur and professional artists…

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Eileen Palmer at Gallery North

Eileen Palmer is pleased to be participating in a group show at Gallery North in Setauket. There is an Opening reception on Friday, June 24, 5pm-7pm. Gallery North 90 North Country Rd Setauket, NY 11733″ http://www.gallerynorth.org/current

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2013 Events & Happenings

Women Sharing Art Member’s – Victoria Beckert, Holly Black, Ann Legere, Joan Lengyel, Eileen Palmer, Sue Miller, Suzanne Piard & Dawn Schabner, are exhibiting at JAZZ FEST 2013, September 28 and 29, 2013 at the Scully Mansion (Suffolk County Environmental Center) 550 South Bay Ave, Islip, NY. The Jazz Fest is a collaborative event of the Islip…

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How Sweet It Is: BAFFA and WSA Launch “SweetARTS”

BY JOHN COLUMBO SAYVILLE—Local art is alive and well on the South Shore. Beginning on Feb. 1 and running through the 24, the Bay Area Friends of the Fine Arts (BAFFA) will be displaying the artistic expressions of the members of Women Sharing Art (WSA) at the Gillette House in Sayville, which serves as their…

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2011 Events & Happenings

Women Sharing Art will join the Bayport Heritage Association on Saturday and Sunday, December 3rd and December 4th, 2011 from 12noon- 4PM at the Meadow Croft Estate located at 299 Middle Road at Browns River on the Bayport Sayville border. The estate will be decorated for Christmas in a Victorian/Edwardian motif. There will be special exhibits of artwork,…

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In the Moment: An Evening with Adel Gorgy

BY EILEEN PALMER / Sayville.com On Thursday evening October 20, Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts (BAFFA) and Women Sharing Art hosted an enlightening evening with photographer and artist Adel Gorgy. Gorgy’s large scale evocative photographs were on exhibit at the BAFFA Gallery through October 23rd. Gorgy’s photography depicts nature and art in a way…

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‘Embracing Our Differences’ Exhibit Opens

BY ELLEN BARCEL, northshoreoflongisland.com Eileen Palmer Eileen Palmer of St. James, a retiree from the Long Island Rail Road legal department, who is working toward a master’s degree in museum studies at Harvard (yes, she commutes twice a week), was fascinated by the idea that “a piece of art could produce social change.” When she…

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