Haven Gallery presents two more not-to-be missed exhibitions this year: Julie Filipenko‘s solo exhibition “We’ll Wake the Dead”, as well as the the gallery’s annual small works group show “Little Big II”. The annual group exhibition is curated with holiday shoppers in mind; or, more specifically, people who are looking forward to treating their families, friends, lovers or perhaps even themselves with something truly special this Christmas – an original piece of art!
Julie Filipenko’s solo show also includes several smaller pieces for those that are looking to fill their Christmas stockings. And if you are hoping for something more spectacular, the exhibition also includes Julie’s largest painting to date!
Haven Gallery is known for the curators’ diverse and well-balanced curatorial choices. So, even if you are not planning on acquiring any pieces at this time, this exhibition is something you will definitely want to see, if not in person, then, on the gallery’s website.
Saturday, December 10, 2016 | 7-9PM
December 10 – January 8, 2017
155 Main St., Suite 4
(The Carriage House Square)
Northport, NY 11768
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Wednesday – Sunday | 12PM – 6PM
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(Above) “Lovely Encounter“, acrylic on wood, 23 x 19 inches framed
(Above) “Sky Ghost“, acrylic and poliflex on wood, 15 x 11.5 inches framed
(Above) “Forest ghost“, acrylic and poliflex on wood, 15 x 11.5 inches framed
(Above) “Night Dreamer“, acrylic on wood, 11 x 11 inches framed
(Above) “No Use Going Back”, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 32 inches
(Above) “Soul Toucher 2“, mixed media on paper, 14 x12 inches framed
(Above) “Soul Toucher 3“, mixed media on paper, 14 x12 inches framed
(Above) “Soul Touchers“, mixed media on paper, 14 x12 inches framed
(Above) “Soul Toucher 1“, mixed media on paper, 14 x12 inches framed
A collection of small works measuring 8×8 inches and smaller, just in time for the holidays!
Alex Garant, Amy Katherine Minchew, Aunia Kahn, Brian Mashburn, Carisa Swenson, Chris Mars, Erich J. Moffitt, Frank Scali, Gianni Monteleone, Ingrid Tusell, Jean Pierre Arboleda, JoKa, Kane Kokaris, Kate Zambrano, Kindra Nikole, Kristin Shiraef, Ling Ly, M de Vena, Mark Garro, Naoto Hattori, Nicolas Bruno, Nicole Palapoli, Nom Kinnear King, Scott Fischer, Shannon Bonatakis, Susannah Kelly, Omar Rayyan, Vince Natale
(Above) Kane Kokaris, “Brood“, acrylic on wood panel, 6 x 6 inches
(Above) Chris Mars, “Beets“, oil on panel, 8 x 6.5 inches
(Above) Jean Pierre Arboleda, “Peeper”, oil on wood, 6 x 6 inches
(Above) Ling Ly, “Oltremare”, oil on hardboard, 6 x 8 inches
(Above) Omar Rayyan, “Red Slider with Raspberries”, watercolor, 8 x 8 inches
(Above) Kindra Nikole, “The Dead Lay Dreaming”, mixed; photo printed on archival giclée paper, mounted to wood panel, acrylic embellished, resin glazed, 8 x 8 inches
(Above) Aunia Kahn, “Lightness in Which You Feast”, Digital Painting, One Off Print on Canvas , Mounted on Board & Varnished, 8” x 10”, (9” x 12” framed)
(Above) Carisa Swenson, “Little Critters, Big Problems (Endangered Species Chibi)” – Full Set, Magic Sculpt, glass eyes, acrylic paints, wood
(Above) Naoto Hattori, “Lucid Dreamer 07”, acrylic on board, 3.1 x 3.1 inches (5.3 x 5.3 inches framed)
(Above) Kate Zambrano, “Knave”, mixed media drawing, 4 x 6 inches