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‘Winter’ At The New York Arbor Gallery



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Pablo Turners’ works presented as Untitled I, II and III.

Pablo Turners’ works presented as Untitled I, II and III.

Displaying the unique, creative and diverse this winter season, The New York Arbor Gallery, located at 114-07 Rockaway Beach Blvd., is welcoming guests to their winter show – an installation that debuted on Dec. 21 and will stay up through Feb.15.

Featuring the work of seven local artists, gallery founder George Turner explained that this is the location’s fourth exhibition since opening its doors last year.

“This Winter show exhibition presents the essential wonders of the season to the Rockaway Community,” Turner explained to curious art lovers checking into the gallery on Wednesday, Jan. 18.

During a walk-through tour of the exhibition, Turner made sure to mention the wide range of talent on display this time around, citing works like a beautifully hand-stitched cotton quilt by Rockaway Artists Alliance (RAA) exhibiting member Pam Williams, a unique piece called Winter Feathers by artist Linda Brandwein, a captivating portrait by Julia Kempner and much more by the show’s other participating artists John Russo, Pablo Tauler, Mark Kirk and The Wave’s very own longtime contributing cartoonist Thomas Kerr.

The impressive work on display truly showed off Rockaway’s diversity, with artists showing their unique talents using digitally altered photographs, oil and wood, canvas oil paintings, etching and stitching.

The show’s walk-in hours are Thursday and Friday from 5-7 p.m. and Saturdays from 12-5 p.m. or by appointment only.

Photos by Vanessa Vasquez






Linda Brandwein’s piece called “Winter Feathers” made by using woven cotton, acrylic and wood.

Linda Brandwein’s piece called “Winter Feathers” made by using woven cotton, acrylic and wood.

Thomas Kerr’s oil canvas named Vesperbild: December Sunset.

Thomas Kerr’s oil canvas named Vesperbild: December Sunset.

Pam Williams’ handmade quilt which she named “Winter Solstice.”

Pam Williams’ handmade quilt which she named “Winter Solstice.”

Oil paintings by John Russo displayed from left to right (Looking for Love, Crossing the Summer Bridge and Bent Bottles).

Oil paintings by John Russo displayed from left to right (Looking for Love, Crossing the Summer Bridge and Bent Bottles).

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