The Parrish Art Museum celebrates
In celebration of its first anniversary in its new Water Mill building, the Parrish Art Museum highlights new gallery spaces and opens its third annual "Artists Choose Artists" exhibit.
"Hill Street, Gloucester" by John Sloan is among the urban-themed landscape paintings.
An untitled abstract by Esteban Vicente is among the works displayed.
Robert Henri's "Lady in Black" is part of the "Portraits" gallery display.
Michael Goldberg's untitled work is part of the "Poets and Painters" exhibit that opened Nov. 9, 2013, at the Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill.
Jennifer Bartlett's large-scale "Amagansett Diptych #1" is in the exhibit.
Ned Smyth's 2013 print, "Portrait 11," is part of the "Artists Choose Artists" biennial. In the exhibit, established East End artists choose emerging artists to exhibit with at the Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill. The show is part of the museum's first anniversary celebration at its new location.
Rick Liss' "Copper, Silver, Gold: The Colors That Matter," a 2013 acrylic on aluminum street signs mounted on mirrors, is part of the "Artists Choose Artists" exhibit. It's at the Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, through Jan. 19, 2014.
Don Christensen's "Teacher's Pet Surrounded by Vazes" was created in 2008. It is among the works in the "Artists Choose Artists" biennial exhibit at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, running until Jan., 19, 2014.
Fairfield Porter's "Still Life With Yellow Tablecloth" is in the exhibit "House and Studio: The Spaces Between" at the Parrish Art Museum, starting with its first anniversary celebration Nov. 9-11, 2013, in Water Mill.
"My Daughter Dieudonne" (Alice Dieudonne Chase) by William Merritt Chase is among the paintings in the "Portraits" gallery at the Parrish Art Museum. "Portraits" is among the new exhibits from the museum's permanent collection at the new Water Mill space.