Past and ongoing events

July - August 2021

"Painting with Fire"
by Richard Coico 

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.

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"Artistic Journey" The art of
Mireille Duchesne

Meet our new artist, Mireille Duchesne. In this exhibit we showcase her artistic journey, from Still Life in Chiaroscuro to landscapes, portraits and abstract paintings.

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A Spring Preview

Recent works by Cynthia Mullins. Currently available by virtual exhibition, Oak & Oil brings you the Spring 2020 collection of floral paintings by Cynthia Mullins for everyone to enjoy. 

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Multimedia presentation by Dave Bradford

A fun and entertaining evening of guitar portraits and the stories behind them. 

May - June 2021

"Recent Works"

by Linda Puiatti 

Join us for the reception as we showcase an exciting new body of works by Puiatti!

The artist has been exploring new formats and subject matter; soft abstracts, rich in texture and soft in her choice of colors.

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Mountains and Valleys, Fields and Shores

A new collection of recent landscape paintings by Hudson Valley artist Linda Puiatti.

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Music by Marc Black

An evening of art and music at Oak&Oil Gallery, featuring the acclaimed eclectic folk-rocker Marc Black.

April - May 2021

Cynthia Mullins

"Spring Greeting"

This series of joyous florals and landscapes. The artist paints on aluminum panel, layering acrylic and inks under oil paint, infusing each piece with luminosity and depth. 

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Jane Cooper - Duets

For this exhibit, artist Jane Cooper, created a series of  works that relate in form and subject and encourage the viewer to contemplate the connections between different pieces. 

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Printmaking with Jane Cooper

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.