The Rosalie Dimon Gallery, located on the 2nd Floor of the Jamesport Manor Inn, hosts the works of local artist members of the East End Arts Council (EEAC).  Quarterly, gallery exhibits are selected and displayed by the EEAC.  An Artists' Reception is also held at each exhibit change on a Sunday afternoon following the change in exhibits.  The public is welcome into the Jamesport Manor Inn to enjoy complimentary local wine and cheese and to meet the artists.  Admission is free. 

Beginning on Friday, February 7, the works of East End Council members Anthony Lombardo and Toby Haynes will be on display.

A reception will be held on Sunday, March 2, from 3PM to 5PM at the Rosalie Dimon Gallery, where the public will have the opportunity to meet the artists.  Immediately following the reception, the Jamesport Manor Inn will offer an Artists' Reception 3 Course Prix Fixe from 4:30PM through 6:30PM, at a cost of $29 per person.  Visit jamesportmanor.com Events page to view a typical prix fixe menu.

Anthony Lombardo has been a professional photographer for over 30 years.  Anthony studied photography and art at the San Francisco Art Institute, but continued learning photography in commercial advertising studios.  Major influences in his photography have been Walker Evans, Wright Morris, Ansel Adams, the Weston family, Man Ray, Irving Penn and Richard Avedon. Anthony's photographic display is of the barns and sheds of the East End of Long Island decaying and sitting idle, representing the loss of the old rural life of the East End ... this being analogous to the changes in photography as film is dropped for the use of digital technologies.

The paintings of Toby Haynes is displayed in the corridor.  Toby's work is uncompromisingly figurative, but varied in stylistic treatment, content and medium. Toby reflects on his paintings here : "The materials and subject have a say in what becomes of them, and painting is always a form of negotiation or collaboration between us. I'm not so much interested in fleeting impressions as is what's underneath them." His work has recently been displayed at the Pamela Williams Gallery in Amagansett, the Water Mill Museum in Water Mill, and The East End Arts Council juried shows.

The Rosalie Dimon Gallery is open to the public during our regular business hours for the duration of the display.  Lunch and Dinner service Thursday through Sunday, 12 noon through 10pm.


 

 




     



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