Stan Brodsky & Friends Exhibition (April 13-28)

04/13/2019 - 9:00am
04/28/2019 - 4:00pm


Stan Brodsky & Friends
An exhibition of works by 27 artists in tribute to master abstract artist,
friend and mentor Stan Brodsky
April 13 - April 28
Reception:  Sunday, April 14 / 3:30pm-5:30pm 


Stan Brodsky Friends collageclockwise from top left: photo of Stan Brodsky by Peter Scheer; "Galactic Oceans", acrylic on convex circle canvas by Alicia Peterson; "The Journey", oil on canvas by Janice Sztabnik; "Pink/White Square", oil on canvas by Ellen Hallie Schiff; "Abstract Thinking", acrylic on canvas by Ennid Berger; "She wears her heart on her sleeve...", mixed media by Susan Canin; "Space Time", acrylic on canvas by Catherine Morris; "Superficial Information", oil on canvas by Marceil Kazickas; Woman in a Car", oil/acrylic on canvas by Doug Reina; "Meadow", acrylic on canvas by Lois Walker


Participating Artists:
Stan Brodsky, Ennid Berger, Susan Bird, Susan Canin, Denise DiGiovanna, Simon Fenster, Stuart Friedman, Peter Galasso, Lenore Ann Hanson, Ginger Balizer-Hendler, Caroline Isacsson, Vincent Joseph, Deborah Katz, Marceil Kazickas, Denise Kramer, Barbara Miller, Catherine Morris, Pamela Long Nolan, Dianne Parker, Alicia R Peterson, Doug Reina, Fran Roberts, Susan M. Rostan, Ellen Hallie Schiff, Laura Powers-Swiggett, Janice Sztabnik, Lois Walker, Hiroko Yoshida.
Stan Brodsky has influenced generations of artists first as a Professor of Art in his 31-year tenure at C.W. Post, LIU, as an instructor at the Art League of Long Island, and as a celebrated artist whose works have been shown throughout the United States. The “Stan Brodsky papers”, a collection of his notes and sketches from 1951-2004 can be found at the Smithsonian Institute. Originally born in Greenwich Village, Stan became a Long Islander with his move to Huntington in 1965.