Marion Klein and Ann Pellaton will once again be showing new works at the Graphic Eye Gallery from May 4th through June 24th with a reception on Sunday, May 6, from 2 to 4 p.m. Everyone is invited.
Both Marion and Ann are long-time Port Washington residents and have been involved and actively exhibiting artists for over 60 years. They are founding members of the Graphic Eye Gallery, the oldest working cooperative gallery on Long Island celebrating 45 years.
Marion Klein’s stylized oil paintings include landscapes, interiors, and abstractions and demonstrate her bold interpretation of her world.
Ann Pellaton’s new works range from abstract collages to exotic Asian inspired cut-outs. Ann has just completed a book on her art and travels which includes over 350 images of her work which is inspired by her decades of travel to exotic places.
The Graphic Eye Gallery is located at 402 Main Street, Port Washington, (opposite Louie’s) and the gallery hours are 1 to 5 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Parking is available at the Town Dock.