Pattern & Rhythm Through the Lens
L/R: "Rainbow Palm" by Carole Witkover; "Square Apple Star" by Catherine L. Ferrara; "Sydney Opera House Australia" by John Goldstein
September 28 - November 2
Reception: Sunday, September 28 from 3pm to 5pm
Be an Art Detective: Unraveling the Mystery of How Paintings are Made, How Art Materials Have Evolved & How to Spot a Forgery
$10 when registering in advance online, by phone (631) 462-5400 x222
or pay $12 at the door
The Art League of Long Island is proud to present this lecture featuring speaker Alex Katlan, a renowned Art Conservator who has analyzed, restored and preserved European and American oil paintings in his New York conservation laboratory. Katlan will share his vast knowledge of the business of Art Conservation, filled with interesting anecdotes on his experiences throughout his career. Katlan will describe the best way to care for, maintain and repair a painting. Learn how he examines evidence that he discovers while restoring a historic painting that can perhaps identify its artist or even uncover a forgery. Perfect opportunity for artists, collectors and art lovers to meet a distinguished professional of the arts.
To learn more about Alex Katlan, including his Salmagundi Club Medal of Honor and Merit, visit www.alexanderkatlan.com.
Pictured above: Alex Katlan, evaluates condition of portrait of Stephen Joseph Jackson, restored and now on display at the Rockaway Borough Library in Northern New Jersey.
Photo from NorthJersey.com
Donna Harlow Moraff's
Everything in Pastel Class
Exhibiting through October 6
Weather, pastel by Sally Baker
Join us for a day of engaging activities and fun at Inbeon Studios' first annual event for artists and by artists
Visual Storyteller and Art League Instructor Eric Hutchison is organizing this exciting event
If you are an artist and would like to participate in InbeonCon 2014 please visit event website at http://inbeoncon.com/info/