Work Outside the Gallery
June and July
Barbara Mink will have a solo show “When to Stop” at Orazio Salati gallery in Binghamton. Openings are June 7 6-9 pm and July 5, 6-9 pm. The show runs 6/7/13 to 7/27/13 at Orazio Salati Gallery 204 State Street, Binghamton NY . www.oraziosalati.com
Margy Nelson will have three pieces at CSMA in a show entitled “Marsh Madness: Wonders of Wetlands”, a group effort by the Finger Lakes Chapter of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators (GNSI): a collection of paintings of animals and plants that populate the varied wetlands of New York State, accompanied by the wetlands images of photographer Daniel Elswit. Opening Reception on Gallery Night, June 7th, 5-8pm. The show is on view through June and July.
Terry Plater will be showing new work at two exciting locations in June: the Americana Winery in Interlaken, and the
Southside Community Center in Ithaca. At Americana (4367 East Covert Road (between routes 89 and 96, Interlaken) see her new panoramic-style compositions while listening to upbeat live music. At Southside (305 South Plain, Street Ithaca) see new and familiar pieces while taking part in a series of historical and cultural festivals including the annual Juneteenth celebration. For more information visit www.terryplater.com; or phone 607-592-8837.
Mary Schuler is showing paintings in the East Shore Festival of the Arts at the Lansing Town Hall and Library. The show ends Saturday, June 22 with a closing ceremony at the Town Hall.
Carol Ast has a pastel painting at the Ninth Annual Northeast National Pastel Exhibition at the View Arts Center in Old Forge, NY through June 29th. The painting is a portrait of a very old oyster; a gift from Rodney Clark of Rodney’s Oyster House in Toronto.
Yvonne Piburn’s still life and landscape oil paintings will be shown in the gallery at Jenn and Andy’s Living Gift Shop in celebration of the shop’s opening May 29th. The show will continue through July at 124 South Cayuga Street and will be open during regular business hours.
Leslie Brill is participating in the Annual Spring Art Show – Home is Where the Art Is, a design showcase of eclectic furnishings at the Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Arts, that runs through June 9th.