3rd Friday Lecture Series | Katharine Griffiths: Avalon Park and Preserve
Aug
18
6:00pm 6:00pm

3rd Friday Lecture Series | Katharine Griffiths: Avalon Park and Preserve

Katharine Griffiths, Director of Avalon Park and Preserve, will be the speaker at the Reboli Center for Art and History’s Third Friday event, August 18 from 6 – 8 PM. Ms. Griffiths who has spent the last 20 years working on the design, construction, maintenance and program development at the park will discuss the historical background of the park and share anecdotes about its operations.

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3rd Friday Lecture Series | Ty Stroudsburg "A Life in Color"
Jul
21
6:00pm 6:00pm

3rd Friday Lecture Series | Ty Stroudsburg "A Life in Color"

Ms. Stroudsburg whose painting career spans 55 years is nationally recognized for her use of color. The New York Times reviewer once wrote that her work bridges the area between realistic description and pure color expression. During the evening, Ms. Stroudsburg will demonstrate, with examples, how her work has always combined a love for the natural landscape with a devotion to abstraction. Over the years both elements have always been present, sometimes more abstract, sometimes more representational. An experimental approach with paint has always been a grounding force in the avenues she explored as a painter. As a fellow painter, Mr. Reina will bring out the most interesting ideas in the discussion of Ms. Stroudsburg’s artistic journey.

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Paint Party II
Jun
28
7:00pm 7:00pm

Paint Party II

After the overwhelmingly successful April Painting Party, it’s time to sign up for Painting Party II!!! The first painting party was a total sell out, so be sure to register early to ensure that you are part of the fun! Painting Party II will be held June 28 from 7 – 9:30. For a registration fee of $45, each participant will complete a new painting in the style of Joseph Reboli! The subject matter for this event will be Sag Harbor Doorway. All supplies are included, and no experience is necessary.

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3rd Friday Lecture Series | Deborah Johnson, “Joseph Reboli Revisited”
Jun
16
6:00pm 6:00pm

3rd Friday Lecture Series | Deborah Johnson, “Joseph Reboli Revisited”

Deborah Johnson who has written the most comprehensive volume on Joseph Reboli and his art will be the speaker at the Reboli Center for Art and History’s Third Friday event. Ms. Johnson’s talk, Joseph Reboli Revisited, will discuss Joseph Reboli’s development as an artist, his influences and inspirations, his career and the relevance of his art. Her talk will be illustrated with his paintings.  

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Garden Party
Jun
10
7:30pm 7:30pm

Garden Party

Join us on Saturday, June 10th from 7:30 - 9:30 pm to help benefit the exhibits and programs of the Reboli Center for Art and History. Tickets are $50. Kindly RSVP via Email or Phone by June 3rd. See you there!

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Wreath Workshop with Diana
May
15
6:30pm 6:30pm

Wreath Workshop with Diana

A beautiful wreath in your décor is something special but a beautiful wreath made by you is even better! In our wreath workshop, you'll get to make a pinterest-worthy wreath with the guidance of Diana from Everlastings by Diana. Diana is known for her wreaths and floral arrangements which she crafts year round. Her creations are beautiful and she will help workshop participants craft a unique personal wreath. You'll be encouraged to explore your own style within the demonstrated framework. All materials are provided and, of course, you'll take your creation home with you!

Attendance is limited. The workshop fee is $45.

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Ken Davies: Realism in the 20th Century
Feb
16
to Apr 30

Ken Davies: Realism in the 20th Century

Ken Davies: Realism in the 20th Century, which opens February 16 and continues through April 30 at the Reboli Center in Stony Brook, is an exhibit of remarkable paintings by Davies. The exhibit also includes work by former Davies students: Joseph Reboli, Jo-Anne Scavetta, Daniel Patrick Buckley, Richard Newman, Dennis Coburn, and George (Gig) Thompson. Davies influence on these additional paintings can be seen in both the still life paintings and the landscape work.

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Artist Interview: Doug Reina talking art with Stan Brodsky
Jan
20
5:00pm 5:00pm

Artist Interview: Doug Reina talking art with Stan Brodsky

Stan Brodsky, noted Huntington painter and C. W. Post professor emeritus of art, will be featured at the Reboli Center for Art and History’s second Third Friday event to be held Friday, January 20, from 5 – 7 PM. This event is one of a series of free monthly cultural programs sponsored by the Center that bring new perspectives on art and artists. 

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A Sense of Place
Nov
25
to Feb 15

A Sense of Place

This inaugural exhibit is dedicated to NYS Assemblyman Steve Englebright whose sense of place made this new Center a reality. The exhibit celebrates both the work of Joseph Reboli and the site and building of the center. 

Shop the Design Shop for unique gifts! Works by Pam Brown, Robin Clonts, David Ebner, Jim Molloy and Doug Reina are available along with other fine arts and crafts. The Design Shop also has an exclusive line of quality products that showcase the art of Joseph Reboli. The proceeds from your purchases will support the work of the not for profit Reboli Center!

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