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Crafts of the Chardavogne Group

Crafts of the Chardavogne Group

December 3-December 18, 2022 Reception December 3, 3 pm – 7 pm The wide array of Crafts includes Jewelry by Jacques Hemsi and Lia Sirelson, Leather by Harvey Greenwald, Pottery by Rachel Durland, Embroidery by Elaine Knight, Weaving by Myra…

Becoming Human with Marji Zintz

Becoming Human is four people (Marji Zintz on vocals, guitar, and percussion; Jim Kunkel on guitars; Mickey Kopchak on bass and vocals; and Larry Balestra on percussion) who have been making lots of music for lots of years and are…

Phyllis Lehman, an Art Exhibit

Phyllis Lehman-October-2022 Art Exhibit

The Amity Gallery is pleased to present: Phyllis Lehman, an Art Exhibit, October 1 – 30, 2022, An opening reception will be held on Saturday, October 1, from 5-7 pm. The exhibit is a selection of works from a much…

The Other Donnas- Poetry Reading

The Other Donnas A Poetry Reading

Warwick poets Donna Reis and Donna Spector, who call themselves “the other Donnas,” will be reading their poems at the Amity Gallery on October 8, at 7:00 p.m. Donna Reis is the author of two full length poetry collections: Torohill…

Weavings & Pottery

Myra Reichel and Marjorie Robbins

Marjorie Robbins and Myra Reichel come together in this unique exhibit with their respective crafts: pottery and weaving. Both are dedicated artists who share a similar work ethic, discovering multiple possibilities through their love of abstract design and love of different…

Creatures, Large and Small

Creatures Large and Small

August 6 – 28, 2022 Opening Reception: August 6th, 3 – 6 pm Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays, 1 – 4 pm Amity Gallery is pleased to present Creatures Large and Small, August 6 – 28, 2022. An opening reception…

Eugene Arcieri, the Creative Legacy

Eugene Arcieri Art

Dates: Saturday, June 4th – Sunday, July 31 This show has been extended thru July.  Amity Gallery, 110 Newport Bridge Road, Warwick, NY “…the forms are expressions -intended to suggest rather than illustrate a scenario, to stimulate participation and involvement…

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