A Quotidian Life:  Finding Beauty in the Ordinary

Exhibiting in the Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery 

A Quotidian Life: Finding Beauty in the Ordinary
July 15 - August 5, 2017 
Pictured l to r: "Ken", acrylic on canvas by Fernando Carpaneda;
"Golden Dawn", oil painting by Alicia Gitlitz; "Woodshed at Kuerner's",
egg tempera on gesso panel by E. Craig Marcin
Juror: Franklin Hill Perrell
Awards for Best Realism & Best Abstract
Reception & Awards Presentation: Sunday, July 16, 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Juror Talk: Thursday, July 27 @ 7:30pm 


Congratulations to the artists selected to exhibit in this exhibition.  It was a difficult choice for juror Franklin Hill Perrell.  Out of 232 images submitted by 79 artists Mr. Perrell selected 57 to hang in the gallery. 
Congratulations to the following award winners:
Awards of Excellence
Anthony D’Avino, New York Symphony, oil painting
Joe Latona, Ladder, ladder, broom handles and old wood
Alan Richards, Life Cycle, sculpture

Honorable Mentions
Nicholas Alberti, Wires #5, acrylic painting
Aleta Crawford, When Summer Comes, oil painting
Christine Greene, Picnic at Westbury Gardens, acrylic on gessoed
David Jaycox, Jr., No Downtime, watercolor on 300lb hot press d’arches
Cliff Miller, Old Red, oil painting



Summer Art Adventure 2017

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Looking for Fun & Creative Activities for your Child this Summer?

Register today for Summer Art Adventure 

Register online at www.artleagueliregistration.org/summer-art-adventure 

Themed Sessions for Kids & Teens Taught by Certified Instructors
in a Fun and Relaxed Environment
Early Childhood Program (ages 5 & 6) 9am to 11:30am
Young Artists Program (ages 7-10) 9am to 2pm
Mature Artists Program (ages 11-14) 9am to 2pm
at Chestnut Hill Elementary School in Dix Hills


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Ever wonder how to ”make it” as an artist?


Join us for the first of our lecture series with New York City based artists who are “makin’ it” and are very Art at Work.

These back to back lectures, part of the Art at Work lecture series coming this fall, are designed to help you "make it" as an artist. Learn about an artist's work both in and beyond the studio from emerging and mid-career artists and designers who are finding success in an ever changing field. In this lecture shoe designer Cindy Waters and milliner Stella Rose St. Clair, tell their stories, introduce you to their work, and share their secrets to success!

WHEN: Saturday, July 22, 1-3:30pm
WHERE: Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery at the Art League of Long Island
TICKETS: $15- Purchase tickets online


HIA-LI Summer Food Drive To Benefit Long Island Cares


 The Art League is a proud participant

Fill a Box to Feed a Family
Donate Non-Perishable Food Items In the Art League Lobby Between Now and September 1