"Time Travel": Scenes from the Past and Present by Westchester Photographic Society
November 3 - 29th, 2022
Opening reception was held on Saturday, November 12th, 2-4 p.m. in the Art Gallery.
For more information about WPS please visit their website at http://www.wpsphoto.org
Past - Can reflect the photographer's interpretation of a historical nature, an antique object like a grandfather's clock, or an ancient monument.
Present - Can refer to a photographer's image of a recent object like a modern skyscraper, plants, a landscape, or a current event.
"Fahrenheit 100+" was a mixed media art show at the Ossining Public Library in October 2022. Work from two-dozen artists depicted what's happening to our ecosystem and the effects of those changes on people, animals, and other life forms.
The "Ground Glass Road Show" Traveling Exhibition was located in the OPL parking lot.
at Cicalo, Rita Baunok, Ruth Raskin and Davis Larry organized the exhibit.
This photography show consisted of the work by renowned photographers Dennis Thornton, Rob Dublin & Voyin Hrnjak.
It was on view in the gallery April 1 - 29, 2021.
The Bronx Photographic Society Art Show: March 1 - 31, 2021
This show consisted of photography by six artists:
Bob Feldman, David L. Feldman, Suzanne Carter, Raquel Gonzalez, Barbara Kapetanakes and Elizabeth Castro-Collazo.
For more information about the group, please visit their website here.
"Taking It to the Streets" by local Ossining photographer Alan Haywood in recognition of Black History Month and depicting celebrations in the streets and recent social movements.
For more information about Alan and his work please visit his website here.
Artist - Suzanne Altman
Artist Statement - "I love exploring light and color with a variety of still life objects. The reflective and transparent qualities of glass and metals have particularly intrigued me. I also love the rich textures and brilliant colors found in food, as well as the humorous and nostalgic emotions these objects evoke."
Artist - Barbara Glab
- Each quilt was beautifully designed by the artist and then handmade by local quilting groups including the Amish.