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Southampton Artists Association Goes Virtual

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Jean Mahoney's painting

Jean Mahoney's painting "The Beach Hut, East Hampton."

"Open House" by Pat McGrath.

"White Clematis" by Steven Schreiber.

Katherine Milliken

Katherine Milliken "Walk to National Golf Course, Southampton."

authorStaff Writer on May 16, 2020

This year, the Southampton Artists Association (SAA) is taking its traditional Memorial Day Art Show and taking it online.

The Endless Summer 2020 Virtual Art exhibit went live on Wednesday, May 20 at 7 p.m., with a Zoom reception and 50 participants from the SAA. The free reception featured a video slide show highlighting one piece from each artist. Some of the artists were present to discuss their art and answer questions.

For the virtual exhibition, each participating artists has his or her own personal page showcasing five works with all contact information and accepted methods of payment to purchase the work. If you see something you like and are interested in making a purchase, you may contact the artist directly to make arrangements.

The participating artists are: Jean Arena-Barbieri, Linda Capello, John P Cardone, Lucy Cavalcanti, JoAnn Coretti, Jody Cukier, Madeline Daversa, Donna Dean, Paul Dempsey, Joseph Denny, Anna Franklin, Susan Friend, Helen Giaquinto, Joe Giaquinto, Carol Gold, Donna Howard, Wilhelmina Howe, David Johns, Richard Kane, AnnMarie LaFace, Dom Lamontanaro, Corinne Lavinio, Le Brun, Danielle Leef, Ann Legere, Katherine Liepe-Levinson, Georjana Macri, Jean Mahoney, Henry Mangels, Carter Martin, Linda Davison Mathues, Joanna McCarthy, Jim McGarvey, Pat McGrath, Karen McClendon, Dee McMeekan, Katherine Milliken, Pam Bracken Morrison, Michelle Murray, Linda Nemeth, Eleanore O’Sullivan, Maryanne Renz, Steven Schreiber, Sophie Sejourne, Neva Setlow, Jim Slezak, Frank Sofo, Pamela Thomson, Maureen Travers, UEK Multimedia Artist Pam Vossen

To access Endless Summer 2020 , visit southamptonartists.org.

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