Long Island Professional Artists Showcase
In Association with C.W. Post Library Association

5th Annual Exhibit
October 2 - October 31, 2013
Reception: Sunday, October 6, from 1 - 4 pm
720 Northern Blvd., Brookville, NY 11548



7 & 7 Painters & Sculptors
A hand picked group of extraordinarily gifted artists (Seven Painters and Seven Sculptors) who come together to create an exhibit of great merit. The showcase format gives each artist the opportunity to show the full breadth of their abilities, styles and inspirations. Each member presents seven to ten (size dependent) pieces. The beautiful mix of paintings and sculpture creates an overall rich and captivating experience for the viewing public.

Each of the 14 professional artists have won numerous awards and been widely shown at exhibitions, galleries and public spaces in the New York metropolitan region and beyond. Only their best work in varied mediums, styles and subject matter will be displayed. The group exhibits representational works, however with a nod towards modern trends, there can be abstract wood, welded steel and stone pieces included. They are always very well received and add a little bit of the unexpected.

The “Seven & Seven” shows are wildly popular and extremely well attended. This group has created much anticipated exhibits at prestigious galleries across Long Island.

Hutchins Gallery
B. Davis Schwartz Library C.W. Post College, L.I.U. 720 Northern Blvd., Brookville, NY 11548

Hutchins Gallery, B. Davis Schwartz Library
C.W. Post College, L.I.U.
ARTIST RECEPTION:

Sunday, October 6, from 1 - 4 pm
GALLERY HOURS:
TUESDAY - SATURDAY 2:00 - 5:00 pm
7 PAINTERS
&
7 SCULPTORS
Leslie Barnett
A classically trained artist inspired by the color and light of Long Island. Known for luminous plein air landscapes in oil, pastel and watercolor.
Arthur Bernstein
Abstract sculptures in walnut and cherry are graceful and sensual. Figurative pieces are executed in both clay and resin. Recently received award for best sculpture at the Salmagundi Club.
www.bernsteinart.com
Nanette Fluhr
Brilliant portraits that capture both emotions and expressions, as well as, a compelling likeness have earned Nanette Fluhr notable recognition. See more beautiful examples of her work at www.NanetteFluhr.com
Daniel Brown

Commissioned piece on display in the Smithsonian’s National Postal Museum. Strives to capture great motion and action in his work. Honored with more than 50 Awards for Excellence.

Dan Fusco
Chronicles his personal world view through the people he paints and their manner. Working in oil, he captures the everyday things with color and warmth.
www.danfusco.com
Alex Chwick
Literally a rocket scientist, a PhD. and retired ballistic missile engineer. He took up sculpture in 1998 and has been awarded Best in Show honors at numerous venues for his beautiful work.
Liz Jorg Masi
Parsons School of Design graduate and formerly a top fashion design artist. Awarded over 20 Best In Show, 50 Awards of Excellence, 25 First Place in Oil, Pastel and Watercolor.
Shawn McAvoy
Specializes in wildlife sculpture and the realistic approach that he reflects in his sculptures is a testament to his respect for the natural world.
www.smcavoy.com
 
Alice Riordan  
Alice Riordan-Classically trained sculptor, recipient. of numerous awards for her fluid, graceful figure studies and busts.
Donna Harlow Moraff
Use of color and love of portraiture, seascapes, landscapes, flowers and animals is evident in her award-winning paintings. Passionate painter and popular instructor in Pastel and Watercolor.
Howard Rose
Primarily a landscape painter. Nature will give you a painting in every 5 degree turn. My goal as an artist is to have the ability to see it and to capture the beauty. www.howardrose.com
Kiril Tzotchev
Sculptor, artist and well known teacher. Studied his craft in Bulgaria and Germany and has been published in major art catalogs and magazines.
Marie Sheehy Walker

A Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America, listed in Who's Who in American Art, is known for her rich use of color. View her work at www.MarieSheehyWalker.com

Marcia Wolfson
Creates stunning works of grace and beauty by utilizing the art of seeing and conceiving in 3 dimensional form. “Listening to the stone” helps unlock her imagination to create the final sculptural image.  Works with many different materials but recently, has enjoyed working in the semi-hard stone, alabaster.
www.SevenAndSeven.org