b.j. spoke’s Harvest of Artists showcases an exceptional array of Long Island artists exhibiting their talents in painting, watercolor, graphics, photography, multimedia, printmaking, sculpture and more.

The exhibition runs through Jan. 14 and will appeal to people of all tastes.

Artists on exhibit include, the works of the late pop artist who was associated with Andy Warhol Steven Kaufman, the popular watercolorist Lorraine Rimmelin, and Caroline Kaplowitz, the artist who showed in Soho and exhibited her sculptures and paintings in the Nassau County Museum of Art, as well as many more prominent artists in the Long Island community.

Among them is a two-time winner of the Museum Of Modern Art assistant curator juried exhibition, hosted annually by b.j. spoke gallery.

Besides the illustrious members of the community participating in this exhibition, are also the members of the gallery, whose work has been widely exhibited, and some members have been featured in The Hamptons‘ Dan’s papers, including John A. Bell and Ande Cindy Shechter, and other Long Island and New York publications and television.

The b.j. spoke gallery has been nominated as best gallery on Long Island. All art aficionados are welcome.

The gallery is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. The reception for the harvest of artists is scheduled from 5 to 8 p.m. Dec. 9. Refreshments will be served.
Join the celebration and mingle with the artists.

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