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Rockin’ Artwork Benefits Stephen Talkhouse Employees

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Adoni Astrinakis

Adoni Astrinakis "Amy - 27 Club."

Adoni Astrinakis

Adoni Astrinakis "Jimi - 27 Club." COURTESY THE WHITE ROOM GALLERY

Jason Poremba


Seek One

Seek One "Like a Rolling Stone," 2018. COURTESY THE WHITE ROOM GALLERY

Craig Alan

Craig Alan "Pop Culture--Two Hearts Club," 2020. COURTESY THE WHITE ROOM GALLERY

Nelson De La Nuez

Nelson De La Nuez "Rock Star," 2020. COURTESY THE WHITE ROOM GALLERY


StrosbergMandel "Smoking Tom Petty," 2018. COURTESY THE WHITE ROOM GALLERY

Joss Parker


Laura Benjamin


authorStaff Writer on Nov 30, 2020

The White Room Gallery and The Stephen Talkhouse are collaborating on “Rock N Roll Never Dies,” an exhibition that brings music and art together to make a difference.

The show opened November 15 and runs through June 6.

COVID-19 may have silenced the music for now, but rock ’n’ roll never dies. To that end, in this show of rock-themed art, the White Room Gallery is championing the The Stephen Talkhouse, an inimitable Amagansett venue that has brought amazing musicians to the East End for over 30 years. A portion of all sale proceeds will help cover the salaries of employees of The Talkhouse until the venue is allowed to showcase great music again.

The participating artists work in varying media and their work can be seen online. Buyers who’d like to see more work by a particular artist can email the gallery, which will send additional works from that artists’ portfolio.

Featured artists are also available to create commission pieces to bring a favorite music legend to life. The artists can also create a piece from a favorite personal photo taken from a past show enjoyed at The Talkhouse. For more information, email

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