Thursday, July 19, 2018
Looks Like fun for a good cause: At Phillips, Launch Party Reminder: Tongue + Chic / Artists x Sneakers today 7-10 NYC
Curated by Richard Doctorow
Opening Reception: Friday, July 20th from 6:00 to 8:00pm
Living in a time when virtually every object we use in our daily lives is made of metal, plastic or some new cutting-edge, high-tech material, it is hard to imagine a time when almost everything was made of wood. But for the first two centuries of America’s history, wood was not only the most prevalent choice of material, it was often the only choice – so much so that historians sometimes call the years 1650 to 1850 “America’s Wood Age.”
When The World Was Wood explores this amazing period in America’s history by presenting some 100 objects (primarily from the 19th century) that are made of wood. Not only objects that we might expect - utensils, bowls, barrels, buckets, signs, toys and tools - but also those that are delightfully surprising, including a tricycle, gears for a tower clock, and even a washing machine manufactured right here in Sag Harbor in the 1860s.
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Monday, July 16, 2018
We had a great time at the Pro's and Protege exhibition At The Jamie Forbes Gallery & The Ketcham Inn Foundation Education Center Yesterday!!!
Friday, July 13, 2018
Hi All Join us Sunday JUly 15th, 4-6 PM @ the Jamie Forbes Gallery!!!! Meet Pros Carol Hunt, Dan Welden, Han Van De Bovenkamp, Proteges Andrea Baatz, A.E. Duggan, Aurelio Torres,
Hi All Join us!!!! Meet Pros Carol Hunt, Dan Welden, Han Van De Bovenkamp, Proteges Andrea Baatz, A.E. Duggan, Aurelio Torres,
Catch the opening of our Pros and Proteges exhibit Sunday, July 15th, 4-6 PM 90 Montauk Hwy, Center Moriches,
Bert and I had fun installing the art. See my quick shots below.
Tuesday, July 10, 2018
George Billis Gallery Summer Group Show, July 10-August 4, opening reception, Thursday, July 12, 6-8pm