This installation features more than two dozen works that have been acquired by the Museum since 2010, representing a broad range of style and subject matter. Highlights include a seminal early Montauk scene by the Hudson River School painter Thomas Moran, as well as later Long Island landscapes by Max Weber, Bruce Lieberman, and Darragh Park.Permanent collection spans 15th to 20th century, European and American paintings, sculpture and works on paper. Located in Huntington, NY.
This series is personal ode to Hokusai - an ethereal surfer's mantra - Non- photographic and mnemonic.
Most of this series were started on the beach in the wind and rain where the environment is allowed to impose itself on the material and the process. Over the last five years several different groups of paintings developed that were first conceived as an altarpiece.
Complete with pedellas and crowned with swordfish/surfboards.