Come visit us at our present location at 402 Main Street. We have a Gift Shop, selling fine craft jewelry, fiber arts, ceramics and more!
The Graphic Eye Gallery is a landmark on Long Island. Founded in 1974 as a print gallery, this artist-run non-profit group is the area's oldest cooperative.
The gallery was founded as a graphics cooperative, and at least one of the group shows each year is devoted to works on paper. A large resource of members' work on paper is permanently displayed in bins at the gallery.
Members are also exploring new directions. They may show work in any medium during individual and small group shows. Membersí work on exhibit has included installation, encaustic, computer art and a variety of mixed media.
In addition to our exhibits, the Graphic Eye conducts a number of educational and outreach programs. These include the Aida Whedon Memorial Scholarship, awarded annually to a local high school graduate, and "Sundays at the Gallery," which feature poetry readings, lectures, and demonstrations open to the public.
The Graphic Eye Gallery recently received a citation from Nassau County for their 40th Anniversary Celebration.
Click on the above image for a large version of the citation.