The Huntington Arts Council is proud to announce “Conversations in Color” a Juried Abstract Show featuring Kerry Irvine as Juror. The exhibit is on display from October 6-22, 2016 with the Opening Reception on October 14, from 6-8 pm at the Main Street Gallery. This is a free event, all are welcome to attend. Gallery will be closed Monday, October 10 for Columbus Day.
“As an artist who was born and raised in Huntington, Long Island , it was an honor to be asked to juror “Conversations in Color.”
The challenge I proposed to the applicants, “As Artists we use color to communicate. This is how we bare our souls and share our deepest secrets. With color, we tell our stories. What’s your story? ” was met with great enthusiasm and a myriad of beautiful, strong, individual pieces of art.
I am proud to present these wonderful works of art which represent the immense talent that is inspired and cultivated on Long Island year after year.” stated Juror Kerry Irvine.
Congratulations to the participating artists; Constance Blackman, Sandra Bowman, Joyce Bressler, Kathy Cunningham, Anahi Decanio, Christine Dupuis, Alicia Evans, Baruch Farbiarz, Reg Fludd, Nicole Franz, Mary Fusco, Peter Galasso, John Greene, Rodee Hansen, Roseann Harder, Ron Janssen, Vincent Joseph, Marc Josloff, Karen Kirshner, Deidre Kline, Julia Lang-Shapiro, Tara Leale Porter, Celeste Mauro, Martha Mcaleer, Lorraine Nuzzo, Douglas Reina, Che Sabalja, Sally Shore, and Penny Strong.
Kerry Irvine is an abstract expressionist painter. Her work can be found in private and public collections throughout the United States and abroad. Kerry features color and form often inspired by nature and the human figure. Having graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree Kerry initially worked in the fashion and advertising industry styling and creating advertising for Polo Ralph Lauren. Kerry left Ralph Lauren in 2001 to pursue freelance styling, working with a diverse list of clients and to concentrate on her painting. Kerry lives, works and paints in the West Village.