Friday, May 27, 2011
Join Us Today at the Log Jam 2!
LOG JAM 2
Today, Saturday May 28th
161 River Avenue, Patchogue
For more info: 631-475-6944 (Brewery)
Log Jam 2 celebrates the second anniversary of an event which has become known as the Log Roll when four massive cherry logs were floated up the Patchogue River and delivered to River Studios. Last years event featured the first product of Log Roll, the sculpture “Neried” carved by John Cino and now on the campus of Adelphi University.
Today’s event features…
original music from noon to 3:30 pm by :
Chris P. Cauley, Tom Groney, Jordan Hope, CassandraHouse, Jesse Pagano; Poetry by Cindy Lopez and Campbell Dalglish.
Seven mostly local sculptors who created sculpture out of glass, wood, steel and mixed media- John Cino, Gregory Corn, John Esser, Beth Giacummo, Andy Liu, Dwight Trujillo, Lawrence Lee.
After 3:30 the event will begin jamming with the popular jam band ‘The Jellyband’.
Sculpture in all mediums from local and regional artists will be on display. Sample some of the Blue Point Brewing Company’s award winning beers.
Hope to see you there!!
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Join Us Tonight from 6-8:30pm
Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
71 E. Main St., Patchogue NY
Lobby Gallery at the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
71 E. Main St., Patchogue
Through June 13th
Reception Thursday, May 19th at 6-8:30
Patchogue Arts Council is proud to present “Urban Revisions”; the paintings of Jack Pierce will be on display in the Lobby Arts Gallery located inside the Patchogue Theater for the Performing Arts.
Jack Pierce is a painter with a strong background in graphic design. Raised and educated on Long Island with an acute awareness of the rich tradition of painting in the region. Pierce received a BA from York College of PA (’94) where he studied traditional and digital art making. He practiced his craft as a digital designer while continuing to explore a variety of creative outlets, also receiving an MA from Long Island University (’03) where he studied painting under Paul Pagk.
Mr. Pierce has participated in many group shows and has had several solo exhibitions of his fine art. His designs have appeared on national brands and in globally distributed publications. In 2010 Jack Piece’s art was selected by the Town of Huntington to adorn public banners as part of an urban revitalization project. Mr. Pierce continues to practice art and design, he owns/operates an incorporated design studio as well as teaches at the collegiate level.
“The art I produce is a synthesis of graphic formalism and expressionist sensation, in content and style. The subject matter regardless of imagery is art itself. Purposefully ordered elements juxtapose. The physical presence of the art as object is always addressed, as is the human process of art making in the age of reproduction.” -Jack Pierce