Home On The Range: Landscapes We Love – March 28 – April 26, 2015

Home On The Range: Landscapes We Love – March 28 – April 26, 2015

Home On The Range: Landscapes We Love


CRITERIA: A celebration of the landscapes, seascapes, and cityscapes that make our hearts sing – from backyards and gardens to majestic mountain vistas. All styles from abstract to realism are welcome. 

MEDIUMS: Including but not limited to acrylic, oil, watercolor, pastel, drawing, mixed media, collage, encaustic, etching/prints or sculpture with pedestal.

JUROR: Jane McGraw-Teubner has achieved the honored rank of Master Pastel Artist, awarded by the Pastel Society of America. She is also on the Board of Directors for the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club and a Resident Artist in the Salmagundi Art Club in Manhattan. She studied with pastel artists Jeff Webb, Frank Federico, Albert Handell, Anita Louise West, Larry Blovits, Richard McKinley and at the Art Students League with Richard Pionk. She exhibits in galleries in New York City and the metropolitan area and teaches at the Teaching Studios of Art in Oyster Bay.

First place: Diana De Santis, Bus Driver’s Bocci Game at Dusk, pastel
Second place: Marciel Kazickas, Looking East, oil
Third Place: Linda Giacalone, September Trees, oil
Honorable Mention: KIrk Larson, Cold Spring Church, oil
Shelli Robiner-Ardizzone, Sullivan County Sunrise, pastel
Gia Schifano, The Little Bridge, oil


Internal Affair: July 22 – Aug 30, 2015

Internal Affair: July 22 – Aug 30, 2015

Internal Affair: July 22 – Aug 30
Works by Instructors, Studio Artists
& Board Members

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As we come to the one year anniversary of reopening our doors, The Art Guild has created a “Thank You” Exhibit for the dedicated board members, studio artists and instructors, who stuck by us and helped us through the process. This show celebrates their hard work and dedication.

A range of styles and materials runs the gamut – from very traditional landscapes in oil to sculpture and printmaking to modern abstract mixed media.

A potluck reception will be held on Wednesday July 22 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm.

2015 Members Showcase – May 16 – June 28

2015 Members Showcase – May 16 – June 28

2015 Members Showcase

2015 Members Showcase

CALL FOR ENTRIES: The Art Guild will hold its 2015 Members Showcase exhibit at The Art Guild, Elderfields Preserve, 200 Port Washington Blvd., Manhasset, NY 11030. All TAG members are invited to enter their artwork. Non-members may become members at the time of submission.

CRITERIA: Open to all current TAG members, 14 years and older. One entry per member. Art work must be available May 11 – June 28, 2015 and have been completed with in the last three years. Work previously exhibited at The Art Guild will not be accepted. Works may not be removed from the show before 3 pm, June 28. No Exceptions. The Art Guild reserves the right to choose the artwork included in the exhibition.

Gregg Kreutz is an award winning painter and author of the classic artist’s guide, Problem Solving for Oil Painters.  Gregg has been drawing and painting all his life. After graduating from NYU, he pursued his training as a painter at the Art Students  League off New York, winning a merit scholarship.  He studied with Frank Mason, Robert Beverly Hale and most significantly, David Leffel.  Gregg teaches drawing and painting at the Art Students League as well as workshops throughout the US and around the world.

AWARDS:   1st Place $300 • 2nd Place $200 • 3rd Place $100 • Honorable mention & Students
The Terry Shkuda Award for Broadening Creative Pursuits will also be presented.

MEDIUMS: Any medium, Including but not limited to acrylic, oil, watercolor, pastel, drawing, photography, mixed media, collage, encaustic, etching/prints or sculpture with pedestal. (NO COPIES, REPRODUCTIONS OR GICLEES PLEASE.)

ENTRY FEE: Registration is required! You must register by May 1. Works will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. No entries will be accepted after the deadline. (No need to send images.) Entry forms must be signed.
Members $25 for one entry.
Students (14-22 years)  $15 for one entry.

SIZE AND FRAMING: Size, with frame, must not exceed 30” x 30”. All work must be cleanly matted and/or framed or gallery wrapped, wired for hanging, with the wire attached via screw eyes or D-rings to the frame, not the backboard. No saw tooth hangers. No tape or string on the back. Work should be labeled with the title (if any), artist’s name, street address, phone number, and email address.

DELIVERY OF ARTWORK:  See calendar below. We ask that you provide a typed bio or artist statement, printed on one side of an 8.5 x 11 sheet of white paper.

SALES: Artwork may be sold directly by the artist with a suggested donation of 20% of the selling price from the artist to The Art Guild. Note, however, that sales may not be made at the exhibition. (All work must remain on view for the duration of the exhibit.)

LIABILITY & INSURANCE: The Liability Waiver on the entry form must be signed by the artist submitting images for consideration. It is the responsibility of the participating artist to insure or self-insure any work submitted for inclusion in this exhibit.

Questions: For more info or to contact the Exhibit Chairs, email artshow@theartguild.org. Please put “2015 Member Showcase” in the subject line or call 516-304-5797.


• Friday May 1: Application & payment must be received.

Entries can be delivered to The Gallery at Elderfields at these times

• SATURDAY MAY 9: 10:00 am – 12 noon
• MONDAY MAY 11: 5:00 – 7:00 pm

• SATURDAY MAY 16 – Sunday June 28
Gallery Open Saturday & Sundays, 1-5 pm and by appointment.

Garden Party Artists’ Reception
• SUNDAY MAY 17: 3:00 – 5:00 pm

3:00 – 5:00 pm (Exhibit closes) or
• MONDAY JUNE 29: 5:00 – 7:00 pm



You may register, pay (via PayPal) and upload by filling out the form below

(Or scroll down below the online form for alternative method. DO NOT apply via BOTH methods.)


Should you have trouble with the online form:

NOTE: If you have filled out the above form and received a confirmation – DO NOT use this method.

– Download the form here. Fill it out and mail it. Pay by check or with your credit card via the PayPal button below. (Checks should be made out to The Art Guild and mailed to 200 Port Washington Blvd., Manhasset, NY 11030.)

Ordinary Made Extraordinary: The Art Of Still Life, Sept. 4-27, 2015

Ordinary Made Extraordinary: The Art Of Still Life, Sept. 4-27, 2015

Ordinary Made Extraordinary—The Art of Still Life
a Juried Competition and Exhibition Sept. 4- 27, 2015

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Explore your environment. Manipulate objects, composition and light.
Transform the ordinary to become extraordinary.

Opening Reception Friday September 11, 2015: 6:30 -8:30pm

JUROR Leah Lopez, a New York City artist originally from Northern New Mexico.  She is known for her breathtaking paintings that capture elegance and romance. With gallery representation across the states and students flocking to her Atelier to study, she maintains the same hard working schedule to develop her latest body of work.  More than ever, Leah’s paintings are passionately inspired by her life and experiences on this riveting, creative journey.


First Place: Alan Richards, People Who Live In Glass Bowls Have A Distorted Sense of Reality, photographic composite
Second Place: Ilene Silberstein, Oranges with Asian Rug, oil painting
Third Place: Randy Kraft, All American, watercolor
Honorable Mentions: Caryn CovilleMy Brother’s Woodturnings, colored pencil painting; WIlliam Dodge, The Morning After II, oil painting; Frances IanarellaWhite Pitcher with Fruit, oil painting

Port To Port – Art Exchange Exhibit October 6-18, 2015

Port To Port – Art Exchange Exhibit October 6-18, 2015

Port To Port – Art Exchange Exhibit
October 6-18, 2015


Artists from the Greater Port Jefferson-Northern Brookhaven Arts Council and The Art Guild of Port Washington swap gallery space for this unique Nassau/Suffolk art exchange.

CALL FOR ENTRIES Members of The Art Guild may apply to exhibit their artwork in “Port to Port,” a unique art exchange with Greater Northern Brookhaven & Port Jefferson Arts Council (GNBPJAC).  Non-members can become members at the time of submission.

ABOUT PORT TO PORT: This unique art exchange sends artwork by TAG members to be on display at The Community Center, 101A Broadway, Port Jefferson. The work of members of the GNBPJAC with be on exhibit at Elderfields. No prizes will be awarded in this show, however, all accepted artists will receive a one year membership in the GNBPJAC.

Sat. October 10 • 3 – 5 pm
GPJAC Artists’ Reception at
The Art Guild of Port Washington
200 Port Washington Boulevard, Manhasset 11030

Sun. October 18 • 3 – 5 pm
TAG Artists’ Reception at
Port Jefferson Village Center
101A East Broadway, Port Jefferson 11777
gpjac.org • 631-473-5220

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Sponsored by: Long Island Arts Council, Nassau CountyBlick Artists Materials, Fern & Hersh Cohen

Port to Port is a Signature Event of the Arts Alive LI 2015 October Arts Month Celebrations!

Upon filling out the on-line form & paying with your credit card via Paypal, you will get an acknowledgement email from The Art Guild and receipt from  from PayPal. If you have any questions, please email info@theartguild.org.

2015 Art from the Heart – 10 x 10 Fundraiser Event

2015 Art from the Heart – 10 x 10 Fundraiser Event

Art from the Heart – 10 x 10 Fundraiser Event


On View & For Sale – December 4, 2015 – January 3, 2016

Reception December 4, 6-9 PM

December 4 from 6-9 pm – Opening Reception!

There will be food, music, and all artwork will be for sale!
(We do hope you can let us “borrow” it until the end of the show, but we understand if you absolutely MUST take it home that night.)

Each donated finished work of art will sell for $100 with 100% of the proceeds going to The Art Guild’s Revitalization Fund. We provide the 10 x 10 cradled wood panel, you provide the artwork. Any and all media may be used: acrylic, oil, watercolor, collage, photography, etc. Anything that can be done or mounted on the provided board is acceptable.

All proceeds fund our Education Fund for scholarships and subsidize our children’s classes.