Ongoing, Upcoming and Past Events
"Wax and Fire Works" Demonstration
Save the Date: Saturday August 6th, Live Demonstration About Creating with Encaustics.
Torch in hand, artist Richard Coico will be at the gallery from 1:30 to 3pm to share his technique along with the colorful and natural materials he uses to create his artwork.
The event is free and open to all.
Sat. May 7 from 2 to 4pm
with Natalya Khorover
Natalya knows a thing or two about recycling. The artist uses single use plastics (that would otherwise end up in the landfills) to make incredible works of art. In this workshop Natalya will share many ways you can use every day plastic bags and wrappers into beautiful flowers. Save your plastic bags and bring them to the gallery on Saturday, and have fun creating! Open to all!
Ellen Hopkins Fountain
"Real and Remembered"
Opening Reception Sat. March 12
4:30 - 7:30pm. Ellen Hopkins Fountain celebrates imagery ranging from the Hudson Valley to Southern New England. Using what can be an unforgiving medium, Ellen revels in watercolor’s ability to go from translucent washes to thick deep darks. Whether representational
or abstract, Ellen’s work illustrates her love both of color and the beauty of the land around us.
An evening of Music with
A solo performance by musician, singer, songwriter Marc Black. Just back from a tour in New Mexico, Marc will perform at Oak&Oil Gallery with his treasured guitar, Claudette. Seating is limited to 25 so RSVP is necessary. Admission is just $25.
RSVP by calling the Gallery at 914-232-8100 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
"The Color of Fog"
This curated exhibition featured a body of work which explores Cooper's continuing interest in the distillation of light over water, living landscapes and evocative shapes. the focus is on diffuse light and veiled palette, that lead the eye far into the distance.
Enjoy an afternoon of printmaking with Katonah artist Jane Cooper, artist and designer from the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk. Live demonstration on how to make a monotype.
Exhibiting a new series of encaustic artworks by local artist Richard Coico.
A lifelong fascination of science, medicine, and nature continues to inspire and influence Coico's artistic journey with encaustics; a medium that is difficult to manipulate and somewhat unpredictable, but that's exactly what captivates the artist's imagination. The spontaneity in creating with bee's wax keeps him wondering what will happen next. This exhibit is about discovery, movement and the unique, mysterious blending of wax, colors and fire.
"Flowers and Landscapes"
We are pleased to present a new body of works by Cynthia Mullins.
The artist has created a range of oil paintings featuring florals, alone or in a landscape setting, including fields, water and sky. Mullins paints on aluminum boards in order to produce a texture that is all her own, while infusing the work with luminosity.
The Reception is Coinciding with the Katonah Art Walk!
Eight Artists Exhibit
Showcasing art works by eight different artists; an interesting eclectic mix of styles.
Artist reception on Saturday February 12th from 4:30 to 7:30
Exhibit will be on view until March 5th. A multi-artist exhibit featuring a group of accomplished talented local artists. Join us to meet the artists, have light refreshments and chocolates... Valentine's day is approaching after all! ❤
The Art of Erin Nazzaro
"Rhythm and Pattern"
Erin’s paintings are alive with color and bursting with energy. Her work is constantly refreshed by her many visits to Latin America countries, the parts that speak to her the most are the rural areas and the indigenous people and their lives. The artist divides her work into four categories: birds, animals, people and landscapes; in this exhibit we aim to represent each category!
"Painting with Fire"
Using birch panels as his canvas and a blow torch as his brush, artist Richard Coico fuses together layers of color pigment and encaustic medium. The Abstract landscapes, seascapes, and wild botanicals that emerge are not as much “painted” as they are built.
"Seen and Unseen"
Linda Puiatti continues to seduce the viewer with soothing and calming scenes in oils on canvas, drawing inspiration from the Hudson Valley, Upstate New York farmlands and the coast of Cape Cod. In addition to the soft representational oils, her creative exploration into abstracts continues, using only a palette knife the artist creates a pleasingly rich textured surface.
"Bellezze da Spazzatura"
Opening Reception Sat.April 23,
5 - 8pm. Coinciding with the Katonah Art Walk. In this exhibit, Natalya's ode to the beauty of flowers is formed and stitched from single-use plastic, the very same single-use plastic that is littering our planet and adding to our collective climate emergency. Here it is transformed into luscious, colorful swirls of petals and leaves, from sophisticated peonies to humble corn flowers.
"ART" A Reading of Jasmine Reza's
Presented by Katonah Classic Stage (KCS) The reading will feature Broadway veterans Ray Anthony Thomas, Jordan Lage, and Trent Dawson and runs approximately 90 minutes. Complimentary wine and light refreshments will be offered and a discussion with the performers will take place afterwards. This event will have limited capacity. For questions reach out to KCS at email@example.com