Line Show (2014)

April 25 – June 13, 2014

Line Show (2014)
April 25 – June 13, 2014

Juried, All Media Art Show
April 25 – June 13, 2014
Guest Jurors: Hideaki Ariizumi, AIA, Architect, Artist, and Owner of ArtSites Gallery
and Debbie Ma, Artist

A torso by Matisse, a curve by Brancusi, a hand or a flower photographed by Stieglitz or Mapplethorpe, a Sumi-e brushstroke – artistic mastery is much evident in the exquisite, simple line.

Reception: Friday, April 25, 5 – 7 PM
Meet the Artists! Refreshments served. Open to the public.
Photographs at the reception are taken by East End Arts’ Working Artist member Natalia Clarke.

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

Artwork is for sale. EEA Members receive 15% discount on all purchases.

Postcard Artwork above: “Wireframe Drawing #3” by Colin Goldberg


Best in Show – Verticals 2014
Neva Setlow
East Quogue, NY
First Place – Interzone I
Jeffrey Corbett
Yaphank, NY
Second Place – The Complicated One
Anna Jurinich
Wading River, NY
pen & ink, acrylic
Third Place – Language
Christina Stow
Hampton Bays, NY
photography, archival print


Hideaki Ariizumi, AIA, Architect, Artist, and Owner of ArtSites Gallery
Co-Juror for Line, 2014

Born in Tokyo, Japan, Hideaki Ariizumi practices architecture in NYS as the principal architect of studio a/b architects. Previously, he was an associate with Steven Holl Architects, New York, and the senior architect with Kazuo Shinohara Atelier, Japan. At Steven Holl Architects, he guided the “Fukuoka Housing Project”. In Kazuo Shinohara Atelier, he managed a variety of projects, including museums, university building, clinics, and residences. Hideaki both studied and taught at the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
At studio a/b architects, established in ’92 with Glynis M. Berry, Hideaki is the lead designer on projects. He has a deep understanding of all phases of the design process. Using quick perspective sketches by hand as well as BIM program as a design tool, Hideaki captures and visually communicates nuances that impact the user’s experience of space. His designs advocate both the physical and intangible aspects of sites, creating choices for the user by stimulating a mix of experiences and stressing a connection to nature.

Architectural and furniture designs by studio a/b architects have been published in US, Japan and Europe, including Architectural Digest, The New York Times, and The New American House. Architectural projects have been awarded design awards including, the AIA Peconic Design Awards, the NY Council SARA Design Award, and SD Review. The “House on North Folk” was featured in the TV program “Amazing Vacation Homes,” repeatedly aired after September, ’04. In Metropolis Magazine Michael Sorkin cited studio a/b’s “elegant” urban design proposal for Hell’s Kitchen South as “perhaps the most readily and immediately realizable of all the projects”.

His art works, mostly related with spatial concepts, furniture and light, have been exhibited in NYC and art sites in Riverhead, founded by Glynis Berry.
Hideaki is a member of the American Institute of Architects.

Debbie Ma, Artist
Co-Juror for Line, 2014

Debbie Ma is a graphic designer by training from the Parsons School of Design. She has worked as a graphic designer in New York City for 20 years specializing in packaging and designed for major cosmetic companies, like Revlon, Estee Lauder, Maybelline, Ralph Lauren, Marc Jacobs to name a few. While working as a graphic designer, she followed her path as a fine artist, painting large format abstracts in mixed media and oils. Debbie has shown her work in local galleries and New York City over the years.

Debbie comments on her work: “My inspirations come from contemporary artists like Anselm Keifer, Zeng Fanzhi, Antonio Tapies; classic painters like El Greco and Goya; ancient Chinese calligraphers like Yan Zhenqing and Wang Xizhi; architects like Sanford White and Paul Rudolph; and appreciate the perfection and simplicity of Shaker furniture or the complexity of an ornately carved Philadelphia Chippendale highboy. I wet my creative appetite by dabbling in as many mediums available to me like fresco, pottery, printing, photography and have for many years now been a student of Chinese Calligraphy. As a graphic designer, I believe that beauty, integrity, good design and skill of execution is essential to any piece of art, and as an artist; the piece should have a soul. I try to follow these guidelines in all of my works.”

FUN FOR FAMILIES! The East End Arts Gallery welcomes families for an Interactive Scavenger Hunt. Visit the Gallery for more information

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