Diversity (2013)

January 18 – March 8, 2013

Diversity (2013)
January 18 – March 8, 2013

Juried, All Media Show
January 18 – March 8, 2013
Reception: February 1, 5 – 7 PM
Meet the Artists! Refreshments served. Open to the public.

Guest Juror: Frank Wimberley, Internationally Renowned Artist

In one way or another we are all diverse (apart from the ‘norm’) be it culturally, socially, religiously, even psychologically. This show embraces and explores the way(s) in which we are all personally different.

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10 AM – 4 PM

EEA Members receive 15% discount on all purchases in the EEA Gallery and shop.

NEW The East End Arts Gallery welcomes families for an Interactive Scavenger Hunt. Visit the Gallery for more information.


Best in Show – Babel: My Life
Katherine Liepe-Levinson
Riverhead, NY
1st Place – Paint
Ruth Nasca
East Hampton, NY
acrylic on movie poster
2nd Place – Trusting My Instincts
Marion Jones
Southold, NY
3rd Place – Tulle #1
Nannette Tiano
Calverton, NY


Frank Wimberley, Internationally Renowned Artist of the East End
Juror for Diversity, 2013

For over 40 years Frank Wimberley has been regarded as one of the preeminent artists on the East End. In the tradition of those wildly creative abstract expressionists who made this tip of Long Island famous as the birthplace of so much bold and courageous non-representative painting, Wimberley shows us again and again that color and composition and texture and style can not only be arrestingly beautiful, but in skillful hands can even convey nuanced emotion.
Frank Wimberley Statement: “It took me sometime to truly consider myself a painter in what you might consider the traditional sense. Over the years it has been a blessing to see De Kooning, Tapies, and Voulkos tear themselves away from the past using tools and materials in a different manner to achieve singular expressions. To move forward in my work I now look back at the experiments I used some time ago. I had to learn to use brushes, but also created tools from all kinds of contraptions to see the differences it made in my sculptures and paintings.”


Sister Show
Hidden & Forbidden: Objects and Art of Intolerance
at the Suffolk County Historical Society

300 West Main St. Riverhead, NY

Talk & Panel Discussion: "Discrimination in ‘Post-Racist’ America"

Presented by East End Arts & Suffolk County Historical Society
Saturday, February 16, 2013

What does discrimination look, sound and feel like in ‘post-racist’ America?
Hear the discussion with Randy Clancy, Coordinator of The Cathedral School at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine’s Diversity; Erica Corbin, Director of Community Life and co-chair of the Diversity Council at the Collegiate School in Manhattan; actress and playwright Tina Andrews; lawyer for the Shinnecock Nation Marguerite Smith; Suffolk County school teacher Amanda Fermature; Manny Velasquez-Paredes, President Emeritus National Society of Hispanic MBAs New York Chapter; and artist, professor and curator, David Byre-Tyre as they shared with honest, raw emotions, their own amazing experiences.

Article on the panel, posted on From the Basement (by the Journalists of the SBU Newsroom Basement – by Courtney Blasl: http://profoz.tumblr.com/post/43390339163/assignment-one-discrimination-in-post-racist>

Programs of the East End Arts Gallery are made possible with public funding provided by the New York State Council of the Arts, Suffolk County, County Executive Steve Bellone, and the Town of Riverhead.