Art Opening March 1
Join us Sunday, March 1, for a special coffee hour after service to celebrate work by Angelina Selkirk and George Coward.
Angelina Selkirk is a painter whose work “My Stars” was selected among “Long Island’s Best,” art by high school artists, juried by Hecksher Museum. She works in mixed media, addressing themes of music, people, light and abstractions with bright color.
George Coward’s job at one time took him to different places in the world from which he collected many found objects. He recycles these odd objects made of metal or plastic to create fanciful human and robotic figures who will live in our display case for a couple of weeks.
Meet the artists! Have something good to eat!! Be inspired to find your art form! Or, better yet, we hope you will be inspired to buy a painting!
Future Exhibition Opportunities:
The South Ocean Art Gallery is located in Freeport, at the South Nassau Unitarian Universalist Congregation, and operates as a not-for-profit entity. The goal of the gallery, administered by the Art Committee, is to raise awareness of the congregation as a community asset and promote local artists along with Long Island's cultural arts environment.
Artists and committee members from some of our past exhibits
A new art exhibit is scheduled to open every other month at a Friday evening reception open to everyone who is interested in art. The featured artist attends the reception and offers insight into his or her art. Exhibited art is offered for sale, with a small portion of the proceeds donated to SNUUC by the artist to promote future art-related events.
If you would like to be featured as an artist, please contact the Art Committee Chair, Ms. Jeanne Menoutis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to see what the exhibit space looks like, please click here