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Art Sites Gallery Installation, Riverhead, NY 6/8/13-8/18/13

art sites summer of love found and lostWe kept noticing an interesting sign on Main Street in Riverhead that reads “art + architecture”  We finally managed to stop in and check it out. And what a delight!  Inside the building is an art gallery and an architect office.  We spoke for a while with Glynis Berry, a LEED Certified architect.  She explained that in addition to the Art Sites Gallery, they have started a non-profit,  Peconic Green Growth which is working on researching hard data about Eastern Long Island water quality.

The art exhibit and installation we experienced is called “summer of love: found & lost.” It is a project – indoors and out – organized by hope sandrow as part of her series, on the road (2006-)”  It runs from June 8 – August 18, 2013.   The gallery hours are Thursday – Sunday 12-5.  They are located at 651 W. Main St., Riverhead, NY 11901.

Summer of Love: found & lost. An art exhibit.

Summer of Love: found & lost. An art exhibit.

Summer of Love: found & lost. An art exhibit.

Summer of Love: found & lost. An art exhibit.

Summer of Love: found & lost. An art exhibit.

Summer of Love: found & lost. An art exhibit.

Summer of Love: found & lost. An art exhibit.

Summer of Love: found & lost. An art exhibit.

Summer of Love: found & lost. An art exhibit.

Art meets water: An art installation at Art Sites Gallery in Riverhead.

Summer of Love: found & lost. An art exhibit.

Summer of Love: found & lost. An art exhibit.

Ian Wilder at Art Sites Gallery in Riverhead

Blogger Ian Wilder soaks in the fun at Art Sites Gallery in Riverhead.

Summer of Love: found & lost. An art exhibit.

 

summer of love:found & lost

 

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