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A FEAST FOR THE EYES

Claes Oldenburg, Flying Pizza, 1964


Lithograph on paper, ed. 98/200, 15.6 x 21.45 inches
Heckscher Museum of Art
Gift of Dr. & Mrs. Milton M Gardner, 1980.7.7

July 30 November 6, 2016


A Feast for the Eyes, guest curated by Franklin
Hill Perrell, explores how food has always
inspired artists. The exhibition offers viewers
eclectic portrayals of food, restaurants, cafs,
shops, parties and table decorations. Included
are luscious depictions of food by artists such as
Ben Schonzeit and Wayne Thiebaud, Berenice
Abbotts photographs of food-rela ted sights in
New York, Judith Leibers fabulous jeweled
evening bags in fruit and vegetable shapes, as
well as Al Hirschfelds famed Broadway celebrity
and restaurant drawings and humorous cartoons
on food and eating by The New Yorkers Roz
Chast. Other major artists in the exhibition are
Andy Warhol, Audrey Flack, Henri Matisse,
George Grosz, Red Grooms, Roy Lichtenstein
Tjalf Sparnaay, Fruit Salad, 2015, oil on linen, 63 X 47.75 inches.
Courtesy of artist and Bernarducci Meisel Gallery. and Cindy Sherman, among others.
Film Screening Members Meet Artists Kenny Scharf and
Apples, Pears, and Paint: Lee Quinones at Opening Reception for Exhibition
How to Make a Still of Scharfs work and Works by their Contemporaries
Life Painting in the Urban Street Art Movement
2014, 53 minutes
July 30-November 6, 2016 The Museums most recent exhibitions, Kenny Scharf and Glamorous Graffiti brought
Screening Tues.-Fri.* us back to the New York of the 1980s, when downtown artists, often armed with
11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m. spray paint cans, started transforming subway cars and public buildings into what
Screening Saturday* shortly would be seen as works of art. Guests at the invitation-only party were
11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m. particularly intrigued with Scharfs site-specific installation, Cosmic Cavern, a
Screening Sunday* blacklit, fluorescent night-club-like environment composed entirely of found objects.
11 a.m. & 12 p.m.
*with exceptions for special programs Members always see the exhibitions first. To find out how to receive invitations to
This richly detailed these and other exclusive member-only events, call the Membership Department,
film journeys (516) 484-9338, ext. 23, or log onto nassaumuseum.org/membership.
through the epic
history of still life
painting, from the
earliest existing mural paintings
discovered at Pompeii to the Cubist
masterpieces by Picasso. Awash with
imagery of fruits and flowers as well as Kenny Scharf, Board President
Angela Susan Anton, Museum
humble domestic objects, this lively take Director Dr. Karl E. Willers.
on the story of still life painting
encompasses the work of some of the
genres greatest artists. Free with
Museum admission; reservations not
needed; first come, first seated.

Museum supporters Sharon Cuchel and Dr. Stephen J. Cuchel with TV personality and new member of
Dr. George and Amy Kane. Sharon Cuchel is a member of the Museums the Museum board, Laura Savini,
CONTEMPORARY GALLERY board of trustees. with her husband, the famed
songwriter Jimmy Webb.

Ben Schonzeit
July 30-November 6, 2016

Work by Ben
Schonzeit,
previously seen at
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the Museum in Still Collector Josh Manes is shown with Brooklyn artist Lee Quinones with Lisa and Gerry Eastman shown
a print he loaned to Glamorous Red Line, his enamel spray painted with Crashs Dick Tracy. Lisa
Life: 1970s Graffiti, Shepard Faireys Lotus rendition of the cartoon character, Eastman is a member of the
Photorealism and Target Black. Speed Racer. Museums board of trustees.

Ben Schonzeit Garden Party, is


Three Cakes, 2014
66 X 66 inches featured in a solo
Collection of the artist
exhibition in the
PHOTOS BY TAB HAUSER

Contemporary Gallery. Schonzeit is a


central figure in the American
Photorealist movement. His work has
Museum supporter Steven Klar, Dr. Todd Cohen, a member of the Museum Board Member Dr.
been seen in solo and group exhibitions Kathy Klar and their son Ashton Museums board of trustees, with Harvey Manes with several of the
throughout this country and Europe and enjoy Scharfs iconic Pink Cruller in artist Kenny Scharf. They are works he loaned to the exhibition
Outer Space. shown with a panel from Scharfs from Keith Harings Growing
is widely included in public collections. Pop Renaissance. portfolio.
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EVENTS Film Screening
Monets Palate
Sketching in the Galleries 2014, 58-minute film
Tuesdays, 1-2 p.m., August 23, September 20, October 18 Screening Saturdays at 3 p.m.*
July 30-November 5
You dont have to be able to draw to enjoy this new *with exceptions for special programs
program! This is not about the final result but rather
about taking time to look closely at works of art to get
a better understanding of how the artist created them.
Led by Museum educators, this program encourages
visitors to slow down as they engage in a variety of
drawing assignments that focus on the artists use of
This charming film, a BBC production,
line, proportion, texture and value. Paper and pencils
walks the footsteps of Monethis
will be provided (participants are welcome to bring
gardens, his art and his love of food and
Gina Beavers, Yummmm, 2015 their own sketchbooks). Program is limited to 10
Acrylic on Canvas, 16 X 16 inches drink. Meryl Streep narrates this culinary
Private Collection care of Clifton people per session. Admission is $5 (members), $15
Benevento Gallery tour through Monets beloved Normandy,
(nonmembers) and includes Museum admission.
the region that inspired the artists
Register at nassaumuseum.org/events.
passion for art and fine cuisine. See
Monets famed gardens at Giverny and
his kitchen garden. Free with Museum
Brown Bag Lectures
admission, reservations not needed. First
Docent Riva Ettus
Thursdays, 1-2 p.m., August 25, September 29, October 20 come, first seated.

Bring a sandwich and enjoy lunch with friends as Museum Docent


Riva Ettus presents an informative talk on the artists and works on Film/Book Signing
view in A Feast for the Eyes. Afterward, join the 2 p.m. public exhibition tour. Free with Monets Palate
Museum admission. Reservations not needed; first come, first seated. Aileen Bordman
Saturday, September 24, 12-2:30 p.m.

Aileen
Artist in the Gallery Bordman, the
Sundays, 3-4 p.m. creator and
Susan Cushing, September 18
president of
Christian White, September 25
Frank Olt, October 9 Monets Palate,
Richard Gachot, October 16 an organization
Bruce Lieberman, October 23 dedicated to
Meet and greet some of the artists whose exploring
NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART / JULY 2016
works are currently on view in A Feast for Monets world, hosts a special screening
Bruce Lieberman the Eyes, take the opportunity to ask about of the film, Monets Palate, which she
Bud, Crayfish and Angel Head, n.d.
their art, inspirations and artistic process. wrote. She will be signing copies of
Oil on canvas, 24 X 30 inches, Collection of the artist
Appearing in this informal series are Susan Monets Palate Cookbook: The Artist &
Cushing, Christian White, Frank Olt, Richard Gachot and Bruce Lieberman. Free with His Kitchen Garden at Giverny which she
Museum admission, reservations not needed. Consult front desk to learn which gallery coauthored with Derek Fell. The book
to visit. brings Monets kitchen garden back to
life with farm-to-table recipes. Books will
be on sale in the Museum Store (signing
only books purchased at the store). Free
Register for programs at nassaumuseum.org/events
Reservations may be made at nassaumuseum.org/events up to three days prior to an event. with Museum admission, reservations
All programs and events are subject to change and/or cancellation.
Any fees paid for cancelled programs will be refunded
not needed.

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MUSEUM STORE NCMA Partners with Washingtons
Decorate, Dine & Art Museum of the Americas
Dress In Style! Rimer Cardillo: A Journey to Omb
Bellaumbra, a career-spanning exhibition
Inspired by A Feast for the Eyes, the
of works by the Uruguayan artist Rimer
MUSEUM STORE showcases an eclectic
Cardillo, was seen this spring in
mix of decorative arts, home dcor,
Washington D.C. Building on Nassau
giftware, books, art & crafts, creative
County Museum of Arts 2011 exhibition of
toys, fashion accessories, jewelry,
Cardillos works, the exhibit was a
scarves, handbags and more.
OAS Secretary General Luis Almagro, NCMA Director collaboration between NCMA and the Art
Dr. Karl E. Willers; Uruguayan artist Rimer Cardillo;
OAS Secretary for Hemispheric Affairs James M. Museum of the Americas (AMA). Our
Lambert; AMA Director Andrs Navia.
director, Dr. Karl E. Willers, curated both of
these exhibitions. He also attended a gala opening reception that drew officials of the
Washington museum, part of the Organization of American States (OAS).

Magritte Apple Plate - From MoMA, this


reproduction of Ren Magrittes 1959 painting,
Ceci nest past une pomme (This is not an
apple), preserves the vivid color of the painted
SAVE THE DATE
original on durable, dishwasher-safe melamine.
EXHIBITION OUTDOORS AT THE MUSEUM
July 30 November 6, 2016 Autumn Sculpture Stroll
A FEAST FOR THE EYES Laura Lynch and Katie Hillman
Ben Schonzeit Thursday, September 22 at 5:30 p.m.

Craft and Fine Art Festival


EVENTS Sat., September 24, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Film: Monets Palate Sun., September 25, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Murano Glass Fruit - Mouth-blown by artisans July 30-November 5
in Murano, Italy, our glass fruit are accented Screening Saturdays at 3 p.m.*
with shimmering 24K gold leaf. Gathered in a *with exceptions for special programs
bowl, the scrumptious apple, pear and orange
FOR CHILDREN & TEENS
look good enough to eat. Film: Apples, Pears, and Paint
July 30-November 6 Neiman Marcus Family
Screening Tues.-Fri.* Sundays at the Museum
11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m. Every Sunday, 1-4 p.m.
Screening Saturday* (except Sept. 25 and October 30)
11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m. Family Tour, 1 p.m.
Screening Sunday* Art Activity, 1:30 p.m.
11 a.m. & 12 p.m. Hear It! See It! Draw It!
Teachers Pet Handbag - Calling all handbag *with exceptions for special programs Fridays, 10-11 a.m.
enthusiasts, Mary Frances hand-crafted August 5, 12, 19
Sketching in the Galleries
wearable art apple handbag is embellished with
NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART / JULY 2016

bright red beads and gemstones with fully


Tuesdays, 1-2 p.m.
Super Family Sunday: A Taste for Art
beaded green leaves. Aug. 23, Sept. 20, Oct. 18
Sunday, September 25, 1-4 p.m.
Film/Book Signing: Monets Palate
Members enjoy a 10 percent discount on Aileen Bordman Super Family Sunday:
Saturday, Sept. 24, 12:2:30 p.m. Enchanted Halloween
all purchases. Not a Member? Join today Sunday, October 30, 1-4 p.m.
to enjoy this and many other benefits. All Brown Bag Lectures
Riva Ettus Summer Art Lab, ages 5-10
purchases support exhibitions and Session 1, August 1-12
Thursdays, 1-2 p.m.
programs at the Museum. Aug. 25, Sept. 29, Oct. 20 Session 2, August 15-26

The MUSEUM STORE has become a Artists in the Gallery Teen Summer Studio, ages 11-16
premier shopping destination for creative Sundays, 3-4 p.m. Session 1, August 1-12
Sept. 18 & 25, Oct. 9, 16 & 23 Session 2, August 15-26
shoppers. Open Tuesday through
Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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SPECIAL SECTION

The 2016 Museum Ball


The vibrant and edgy art of our most recent exhibitions, Kenny Scharf and Glamorous Graffiti, were the inspiration for the 2016
Museum Ball. Each year, the Ball is the Museums major annual fundraiser, a beautiful, black-tie event that raises a major portion of the
annual budget and helps to support our ambitious schedule of exhibition and public and school programming. New for the 2016 Ball
was Late Cosmic Party, an afterparty just for young trendsetters.

An Evening of Glamorous Graffiti, the 2016 Ball was chaired by Museum Board President Angela Susan Anton, the publisher and
owner of Anton Community Publications. Angela and her committee carried through the Balls theme with pops of color and industrial
dcor objects throughout the dinner tent. Those pops of color also extended to the festive attire worn by many of the guests. The
Journal Committee was chaired by M. Patricia Janco-Tupper and Rebecca Creavin, both of Wells Fargo Bank. Congratulations to our
chairs, committee members and sponsors for a very successful and beautiful event.

Ball Committee members: Deborah A. Cannon, Gayle Finkelman-Cohen, Judie Chessin, Nasrin Mesbah, Angela Susan Anton,
Linda Ugenti, Kandice Seitz, Catherine Rosso, Risa Pulver, Victoria Crosby, Eve Califano

Thank you to our sponsors


TENT SPONSOR GOLD DONOR SPONSOR PATRON
Physicians Reciprocal Insurers Phyllis & Alvin Katz and Family Mrs. Vincent de Roulet
Mr. & Mrs. Valentine Sushko
DINNER SPONSOR BRONZE DONOR SPONSOR
Americana Manhasset Mr. & Mrs. William Achenbaum MEDIA SPONSOR
The Klar Organization
ORCHESTRA SPONSOR Laffey International Real Estate
Ike, Molly & Steven Elias Foundation Dr. Harvey Manes
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INVITATION SPONSOR
Healthplex, Dr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Cuchel,
Dr. & Mrs. George Kane

KICK-OFF SPONSOR
Dr. & Mrs. Steven J. Cuchel

LEADERSHIP SPONSOR
Joan Saltzman
Mr. & Mrs. H. Brooks Smith

EDUCATION SPONSOR
Deborah A. Cannon
Flushing Bank
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Levine Journal Committee members: Robert O. Mayer, Mona Engel, Suzanne Kirkpatrick,
Mrs. Corrine Paston M. Patricia Janco-Tupper, Rebecca Creavin, Brigitte Ferrada-Stetson

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SPECIAL SECTION THE MUSEUM

BALL COMMITTEE
Chair
Angela Susan Anton
Committee
Esther Amablu
Eve Califano
Deborah A. Cannon
Judie Chessin
Victoria Crosby Board member and Ball emcee Laura Savini, Museum Director Dr. Karl E. Willers, Deidre Costa Major, a
Gayle Finkelman-Cohen Journal Co-chair Rebecca Creavin, Guest of Honor Kenny Scharf, Ball Chairman member of the Journal
Peri Hoffer-Hinden Angela Susan Anton, Journal Co-Chair M. Patricia Janco-Tupper Committee, with H. Brooks
Nasrin Mesbah Smith, vice president and
past president of the
Joe Pescatore Museums board of trustees.
Risa Pulver
Cynthia Rosicki
Catherine Rosso
Joan Saltzman
Kandice Seitz
Ray Sikorski
Margaret Stacey
Irina Sushko
Linda Ugenti

JOURNAL COMMITTEE Charles and Daphne Chan with Rita and Frank Dr. Stephen J. Cuchel, grandson Nathan Schmidt,
Castagna of Americana Manhasset, the Balls Dinner daughter Barbara Schmidt, son-in-law Timothy
Co-Chairs Sponsor. Frank Castagna is executive vice president Schmidt, Sharon Cuchel. The Cuchels were both
Rebecca Creavin & and past president of the Museum board. Invitation and Kick-Off sponsors; Sharon Cuchel is a
M. Patricia Janco-Tupper member of the Museums board.
Wells Fargo Bank
Committee
Michael D. Brown, Esq.
Ohrenstein and Brown, LLP
Joseph T. Canevari
TD Private Client Group
Ilene S. Cooper, Esq.
Farrell Fritz, PC
Deirdre Costa Major
Americana Manhasset Clarence F. and Cora Michalis with publisher Stephen Lou Obergh and Joy Levine with Education Sponsors
Blank. Clarence Michalis, the mayor of Lattingtown, is Arlene and Arthur Levine. Arthur Levine is vice
Mona Engel, Esq. executive vice president of the Museums board and a president and past president of the Museums board
Mona Engel, PC past president. of trustees.
Brigitte Ferrada-Stetson
Capital One Bank
Emily Franchina, Esq.
Franchina & Giordano, PC
Suzanne Kirkpatrick Nelson
Suffolk County National Bank
Steven Klar
The Klar Organization
Robert O. Mayer
Prager Metis LLC Emily Franchina and Franklin Hill Perrell, the guest Museum Director Dr. Karl E. Willers and Guest of Honor
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curator for the Museums upcoming A Feast for the Kenny Scharf with Corrine Paston and George Kittredge.
Eyes, with Joan Saltzman, an Education Sponsor. The Corrine Paston is Museum Council co-chair and an
LATE COSMIC PARTY COMMITTEE Museum building is named for Joan Saltzman and her Education Sponsor.
Danny Ambalu late husband, Amb. Arnold A. Saltzman.
Sara Ambalu
Danielle Cannon
PHOTOS BY TAB HAUSER AND DENISE RAFKIND

Carmello Elie
Thalia Elie
Adam Good
Natalia Good
Amanda Gorozdi
Elizabeth Schaja
Pedram Tabibi
Carol Xie

Media Sponsor: Museum Board Member Dr. Harvey Jill and Todd Cohen. Dr. Todd Cohen Designer Allison Eden wowed guests
Manes, a Ball Bronze Donor is a member of the Museums board with her Ball dress personally painted
Sponsor, with Meryl Dee Feuer. of trustees. by Kenny Scharf. She is shown with
Gary Goldenstein.
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BALL 2016 SPECIAL SECTION

Kathy and Steve Klar of Museum supporter Juliana Lauren Ezersky, Gemma Kahng Contemporary Collectors Circle Suzy Sikorski with her Hank Schwartz with
The Klar Organization, a Terian with Corporate Member and Patrick MacDonald won member Alison Wolfson, Ball uncle, Ray Sikorski, a Director Emerita
Bronze Donor Sponsor. Dee Dee Brix and Jeryl accolades for their creative Donor Sponsor Phyllis Katz, Corporate Committee Constance Schwartz.
Sletteland Glamorous Graffiti attire. Belinda Neumann, generous member who served on
lender to the current the Ball Committee.
exhibitions.

DONORS Dr. Steven M. Goldberg Mrs. Arnold A. Saltzman Franchina and Giordano, P.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Goldenstein Ms. Laura Savini Gotham Government Relations
Mr. and Mrs. William Achenbaum Ms. Sharon Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. Clark Schubach and Communications
Mr. Laurence Affrunti Mr. and Mrs. Adam Good Mr. John Seifert Healthplex
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ambalu Mr. Martin Greenberg Mrs. Craig Seitz The Klar Organization
Ms. Rebecca Amitai Mr. Leo A. Guthart Ms. Joan Siegel Koeppel, Martone and
Ms. Angela Susan Anton Mr. Richard Hamburger Mr. Ray Sikorski Leistman, L.L.P.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Arnesen and Ms. Lisa Green Mr. Frank Sluter Laffey International Real Estate
Mr. and Mrs. James Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hinden Mr. and Mrs. H. Brooks Smith Lindt Chocolate
Mr. Michael S. Beyer Ike, Molly and Steven Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stacey Luminous Designs
Mr. Steven Blank Elias Foundation Mr. David Sterling Nassau Community College
Mr. Carl Bonomo Dr. Andrew Jacono Mr. and Mrs. David Stetson The New York Center for Facial,
Ms. Dee Dee Brix Ms. Kimberly Jakubowski Mr. and Mrs. Ross Sturman Plastic and Laser Surgery
Michael D. Brown, Esq. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jason Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Sushko New York Cottages and Gardens
Mr. John Buran Dr. and Mrs. George Kane Pedram Tabibi, Esq. New York Institute of Technology
Mr. Stephen Byer Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Katz Mr. Marc Taub Ohrenstein and Brown, L.L.P.
Mrs. Michelle Cagner and Family Ms. Juliana Terian Penn Toyota
Ms. Diane Cahill Ms. Suzanne Kirkpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Tupper Phillips Lytel LLP
Mr. Joseph Canevari Mr. and Mrs. Steven Klar Ms. Linda Ugenti Physicians Reciprocal
Ms. Danielle Cannon Mr. Emmett Laffey The Piano Exchange
Ms. Deborah A. Cannon Mr. David Lerner Prager Metis LLC
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Castagna Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Levine CORPORATE DONORS Professional Group Plans
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chaves Mr. Robert Liberto AND BUSINESS DONORS Robbins Wolfe Eventeurs
Mr. Ezra Chowaiki Mr. Stephen Louro RTS Print Services
Dr. and Mrs. Todd Cohen Dr. Harvey Manes Albertson Electric Satty, Levine and Ciacco,
NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART / JULY 2016
Ms. Janet Connolly Mr. Michael Martone Alex Donner Orchestra CPAs, P.C.
Ms. Roz Cook Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Mayer Ambalu Jewelers Siegel Consultants Ltd.
Ilene Cooper, Esq. Ms. Nasrin Mesbah Americana Manhasset Sparkling Pointe
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Creavin Mr. and Mrs. Clarence F. Michalis Anton Publications Winery and Vineyard
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Cuchel Mr. and Mrs. David Miller Aqua Techniques Stamford Tent
Mrs. Vincent de Roulet Mr. and Mrs. Michael Overmyer Artistry in Flowers Sterling Risk Insurance
The Dolan Family Foundation Ms. Corrine Paston Bancker Construction Corp. Suffolk County National Bank
Mona C. Engel, Esq. and Mr. Christopher Penn Blank Slate Media Table Wraps
Mr. Wayne Sturman Ms. Patricia Petersen Caplin/Goldberg Dental Group Tango Boutique
Ms. Patricia Farnell Mr. Gilles Poll Coram Selden Dental Group United World
Ms. Gayle Finkelman Cohen Ms. Risa Pulver Daniel Gale International Realty Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Esther Fortunoff Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rechler David Lerner Associates Wells Fargo
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Fox Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rosenman Executive Parking WSA Management, Ltd.
Emily F. Franchina, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rosicki Farrell Fritz, PC WSJS Architects
Ms. Lynn Geisler Ms. Catherine Rosso Flushing Bank
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SPECIAL SECTION THE MUSEUM BALL 2016

President AUCTION DONORS

Angela Susan Anton American Museum of


Natural History
Americana Manhasset
Executive Vice Presidents Annabell Ingall
Frank Castagna* Anne Fontaine
Dr. Andrew Jacono
Clarence F. Michalis* Audio Command
Systems, Inc. Young Museum supporters arrive to join in the fun of Late Cosmic Party.
Bella Stella Bella Luna
Vice Presidents Bens Delicatessen
Besito
Arthur S. Levine* Bigram Yoga
H. Brooks Smith* Black Momma
Vodka and Teas
Bottle Buys
Bow Wow Puppies
Secretary/Treasurer Bradford Renaissance
Portraits Corp. David and Vicki Miller. David Museum supporters Dr. Robert
William Achenbaum Miller got into the spirit of the and Lauren Jason.
Brooks Brothers, evening with red fluorescent
Americana Manhasset stripes outlining his jacket.
Members Carina, Inc.
Carrie Beth Creations Ball photography by Tab Hauser and Denise Rafkind.
Wm. Russell G. Byers, Jr. Christina's Epicure
Claudio and Deborah
Deborah A. Cannon Del Vecchio Lazar's Chocolates PGA Tour Superstore,
Gilbert W. Chapman, III Culinary Architect Leigh Macari Westbury
Dany Holstein Two Worlds, Limani Poll Restaurants
Todd J. Cohen, M.D. Dance and Fitness Linda Ugenti Prime Time Butcher
Darrens Hair Salon Long Island Raphael Vineyards
Mrs. Stephen J. Cuchel Childrens Museum Risa Pulver
Deborah Cannon
Mrs. Gerard L. Eastman, Jr. Delight Hair Salon Long Island Plastic Dr. Robert Jason
Dodds & Eder Home Surgical Group Ronald J. Krowne
Stanley Kreitman Dorothy Dean Thomas, Lord and Taylor Photography
Harvey R. Manes, M.D. The Lenz Winery Louise and James by Roslyn Florist
Elizabeth Arden Amy Colvin Nix Roslyn Pharmacy
Laura Savini Red Door Spa Luce Ristorante Sid Jacobson, Inc.
Engineers Country Club Mackenzie-Childs Sneakerology
Jonathan R. Serko Maddy's 390 Sorell Salon
Equinox, Roslyn
Lieeta Urry Equinox, Woodbury Margaret Stacey Sparkling Pointe
Eve Califano Martha Clara Vineyards Vineyard and Winery
Fortunoff Fine Jewelry Mieka St. John Boutique,
Trustees Emeriti From Danielle with Love Mims Americana Manhasset
Gansevoort Hotel Morgenthal Frederics, Stresa Ristorante
Mrs. Vincent de Roulet Garden City Hotel Americana Manhasset Swan Club
Girl Rocks Jewelry MP Taverna Tab & Maureen Hauser,
Mrs. Herbert Klapper Mr. Anthony Scotto, www.tabhauserphoto.com
Gotham Comedy Club
Alan Seligson* Gemma Kahng Anthony Scotto Restaurants Tango Boutique
Grassos Ms. Gail Grossman, The Paramount
NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART / JULY 2016

Greenberg Cosmetic Surgery Om Sweet Om Yoga Theory,


Greeenvale Grapes Muscari Americana Manhasset
Dr. Harvey Manes Muse Paint Bar The Nines
*Past Presidents Hicks Nurseries, Inc. Nassau County Tilles Center
Holiday Farms Museum of Art Tres Bon Dry Cleaners
_______________ Nassau Flyers Tsontos Furs
Hotel Indigo East End
Hunan Taste Neiman Marcus Tutti Bambini
Huntington Paddleboard New York Islanders U.S. Limousines
Director Inn at Fox Hollow New York Yankees Vanderbilt Museum
Karl Emil Willers, Ph.D. J Spa nuBest Salon and Spa Victor Talbot
Jolly Fisherman Oheka Castle Vilebrequin
John Engeman Theatre Paper Source Village Wine Merchants
Judie Chessin Paul Metayunas Vintage Bar and Grill
Director Emerita Pearl East William Achenbaum
Kandice Seitz
Constance Schwartz Keith Goldstein, Pennoyer Newman Yurga Kors
Wells Fargo Peter Duffy Furs

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Benefit for the Museum Autumn
Boosts Participants Golf Game Sculpture Stroll
The Art of Golf and Tennis Too!, at the PGA TOUR Superstore in Westbury, was a fun Laura Lynch and Katie Hillman
Thursday, September 22 at 5:30 p.m.
evening of networking, golf, games and sampling great food from fine area
(rain date is September 29)
restaurants. The evening benefited education programs at the Museum. New for this
year was an appearance by NY Jets legend, Greg Buttle, and special merchandise
for tennis players. This very successful fundraising event was organized by members
and friends of our Corporate Committee under the leadership of Ray Sikorski. The
Presenting Sponsor was Sparkling Pointe Vineyards & Winery, RTS Print Services was
the Invitation Sponsor. The Sustaining Sponsors were Laffey International Real Estate,
Ohrenstein & Brown LLP and Standard Valuation Service. Education Sponsors
Richard Serra
included Deborah A. Cannon, Mineola Lions Club, Sea Lion Shipping and van Buren Equal Elevations Plumb Run, 1983

Buick/GMC. Attendees really enjoyed the opportunity to improve their golf skills
under the guidance of golf pros, and we appreciate the help from members of the Laura Lynch and Katie Hillman of the
Chaminade High School golf team. Congratulations to Ray and his team for a great Museums Education Department lead a
night out that was enjoyed by all! walk through the Sculpture Park, one of
the largest sculpture parks in the region.
The Park includes large-scale
installations, many in the Museums
permanent collection, others are on loan
from prestigious museums and galleries.
The event is limited to 50 people. Meet
Museum Director Dr. Karl E. Willers, Presenting Sponsor, Sparkling Joe Canevari, John Leto, John on the front terrace of the Museum.
Board President Angela Susan Pointe Vineyards & Winery, was Profitlich and Blair Cowan, all of TD Admission is $5; register at
Anton, Corporate Co-Chair Robert well represented at The Art of Ameritrade.
O. Mayer, Event Chair Ray Sikorski. Golf. nassaumuseum.org/events.
PHOTOS BY TAB HAUSER AND DENISE RAFKIND

Museum Visits
Albany Legislature

M. Patricia Janco-Tupper (left) Special guest Greg Buttle with The golf team from Chaminade
and Rebecca Creavin (right), Ray Sikorski. High School was on hand to share
co-chairs of Museum Council, their skills with attendees.
with Board President Angela
Susan Anton.
NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART / JULY 2016

Craft and Fine Art Festival


Saturday, September 24, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Museum Director Dr. Karl E. Willers and
Sunday, September 25, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Director of Education Laura Lynch
Fun for the whole family as the American Concern for Art and recently visited Albany to meet with
Wooden sculpture by Craftsmanship returns for its 19th annual art festival. Senate and Assembly members to
Richard Nolan
Approximately 90 carefully-selected craftspeople will be acquaint them with the many programs
displaying pottery, leather goods, jewelry, blown and stained glass, home furnishings, for schools, families and adults the
wearable art in silk and other natural fibers, paintings, sculpture, photography and Museum offers across Nassau, Suffolk
more. The two-day festival features child-friendly entertainment with wholesome and and Queens counties. They also shared
popular foods at moderate prices. Admission is $9 for adults, children 12 and under news of our forthcoming capital project,
are admitted free. On Saturday only, there is a $1 senior discount. Festival admission The Manes Family Contemporary Art &
does not include Museum admission. Parking is free. Education Center.
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OUTDOORS AT NCMA FAMILY PROGRAMS
Walking Trails Neiman Marcus Family Sundays at the Museum
The Museums 145-acre property Sundays, 1-4 p.m.: Family Tour at 1 p.m., Art Activities at 1:30 p.m.
includes many marked nature trails
through the woods, perfect for family Converse, collaborate and create together during Neiman Marcus
hikes or independent exploration. Family Sundays from 1 to 4 pm. Family Sundays begin with
exhibition conversations in the galleries. These Sunday afternoon
Gardens
experiences provide children and the adults in their lives with the
From Formal Gardens of historic
opportunity to reconnect while talking about and making art
importance to quiet little nooks for
together. New projects inspired by the exhibition are offered each week! Reservations
dreaming, the Museums property
not needed, free with Museum admission. Please note: Family Sundays not offered
features many lush examples of
on September 25 and October 30; please plan to attend our special family programs
horticultural arts.
those dates.
Sculpture Park
More than 40 works, many of them
Hear It! See It! Draw It!
monumental in size and by renowned
Fridays, 10-11 a.m., August 5, 12, 19
artists, are situated to interact with nature
on the Museums magnificent acreage. A morning program that invites children ages 3 to 5 and their
caregivers into the galleries to listen to stories, explore works of art
and create drawings inspired by what they see and hear. Hear a
different story every week. Space is limited to 20 children and
their adult companions. Register at events@nassaumuseum.org.
Free with Museum admission.

Super Family Sunday: A Taste for Art


Mark di Suvero, One Oklock, 1968-69, Painted steel,
336 x 558 x 468 inches New York City Childrens Theater
Extended Loan, Courtesy of the Artist Sunday, September 25, 1-4 p.m.
Performances at 1:30-2:15 p.m. & 2:45-3:30 p.m.

COMING NEXT Join us for a day of theatre and art inspired by A Feast for the
Eyes, an exhibition all about food and dining. With the New York
Ansel Adams City Childrens Theater company, participate in theater, movement
and and songwriting activities. Then collect your own art making
A Century of Photography ingredients to create larger-than-life sculptures and design an
from the Kalamazoo artwork using pizza boxes! Performances are at 1:30 p.m. and 2:45 p.m. (space is
Institute of the Arts limited, come early!). Museum admission plus $10 per family materials fee,
November 19, 2016 March 5, 2017 reservations not needed. Please note: This event is in place of Family Sundays.
NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART / JULY 2016

Ansel Adams and A Century of


Photography draw from the extensive
Super Family Sunday: Enchanted Halloween:
photographic holdings of the Kalamazoo
Institute of Arts (KIA). One exhibition will
A Family-Friendly Forest Adventure
Sunday, October 30, 1-4 p.m.
be devoted to the work of Ansel Adams,
whose ability to create photographs with A family-friendly Halloween celebration, well stroll through and
a remarkable range and subtly of tones is explore the Enchanted Forest as it becomes a whimsical world of
legendary. This exhibition of Adams' imagination. As part of this Halloween adventure, youll encounter
photographs from the KIA collection real live creatures from Volunteers for Wildlife, listen to stories,
suggests how his intuitive and emotional and build tiny fairy homes. Museum admission plus $10 per
response to the landscape resulted in family materials fee, reservations not needed. Please note: This event is in place of
powerful and enduring photographs. Family Sundays.
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CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP CORPORATE PARTNERS
Americana Manhasset
The Museums Corporate Members are business Healthplex, Inc.
supporters who meet regularly for congenial evenings of HSBC Private Bank
networking during each exhibition. The most recent Humes & Wagner, LLP
event featured a tour of the Kenny Scharf and Ike, Molly & Steven Elias Foundation
Glamorous Graffiti exhibitions. Corporate Members are
Corporate Co-Chairs Robert O.
Mayer, Michael D. Brown recognized in Muse News, in lobby signage and on the CORPORATE FRIENDS
Museums website. Albanese Organization, Inc.
Collard & Roe, PC
Flushing Bank

PHOTOS BY DENISE RAFKIND


Laffey International Real Estate
Margolin, Winer & Evens LLP
New York Center for Facial Plastic
Mini Hu (left) and Mary Zhao of Steven Ezhagi with Pedram Tabibi Museum Director Dr. Karl E. & Laser Surgery
the Great Neck Chinese Willers leads an exclusive
Association with Museum Board exhibition tour for Corporate Ohrenstein & Brown, LLP
President Angela Susan Anton. Members and guests
PGA TOUR Superstore
RTS Print Services
Sparkling Pointe Vineyard and Winery
MUSEUM COUNCIL Topspin Partners, LP
Museum Council offers members access to
unique experiences in art and design. This SMALL BUSINESS PARTNERS
season will include exclusive visits to the The B&G Group Inc.
studio of artist Ben Schonzeit, the home of Prager Metis LLC
art collectors Donald and Judy Rechler and William J. O'Neill Sales
an East End harvest tour with food and Exchange Company Inc.
Council Co-Chairs Rebecca Creavin, M. Patricia
Janco-Tupper, Corrine Paston wine tasting.
INDIVIDUAL BUSINESS PARTNERS
ARCAP Partners, LLC
Brookfield Thacher Advisors, LLC
C.A.R. Consulting Services LLC
Cary Scott Goldinger, Esq.
Dee Dee Brix, Luxury Home Specialist
Denise Rafkind,
Photographer/Art Director
Fortitude Investment Group, LLC
CONTEMPORARY COLLECTORS CIRCLE Hillary Needle Events, Inc. NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART / JULY 2016

King Sweeney Strategies LLC


The Contemporary Collectors Circle (CCC) is a special group of The LISS Group
members who keep current on the New York City art scene. They Michael Burack, Employee Benefits
survey pre-selected Chelsea galleries to see the best of the seasons Mollie Grossman, Licensed Associate
offerings, followed by lunch at Bottinos. Monies raised by the CCC Real Estate Broker
Chair Elaine help fund acquisitions for the Museums permanent collection.
Berger Paula Penn Handler, Global Realtor
Tracey Murray Kupferberg, Associate
Real Estate Broker
Sandler Training

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NON-PROFIT ORG.
U.S. POSTAGE
PAID
ONE MUSEUM DRIVE, ROSLYN HARBOR, NY 11576 GREENVALE, NY 11548
PERMIT NO. 151

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
AT THE MUSEUM ARE
MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH
THE GENEROSITY OF

The New York State


Council on the Arts
with the Support of
Governor Andrew Cuomo and
the New York State Legislature

Flushing Bank
Museum Ball
Neiman Marcus
Wells Fargo Bank

WITH ADDITIONAL GENEROUS


SUPPORT BY

Astoria Bank
Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation
Capital One Bank
Keith Haring Foundation
Assemblyman Charles D. Lavine
Margaret Neubart Foundation
North Shore Autism Circle

Nassau County Museum of Arts grand Gold


Coast Mansion, magnificent grounds and
gardens, and an elegant year-round tented
pavilion comprise what may be the most
NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART AND ITS PROGRAMS
gorgeous wedding setting on all of Long ARE MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE SUPPORT OF
Island. Think of the Museum also for personal Nassau County under County Executive Edward P. Mangano
and corporate parties that your guests will and the Nassau County Legislature
always remember. Members of the Museums
Corporate Committee and Museum Council
receive discounts on facility rentals. Party
hosts may select from among two fine
caterers: Elegant Affairs and Robbins Wolfe
Eventeurs. For more information, write to
The Board of Trustees, Members including Museum Council, Corporate Committee,
facilityrental@nassaumuseum.org, log onto
nassaumuseum.org/facility_rentals.php or call Contemporary Collectors Circle and Friends of the Garden,
(516) 484-9338, ext. 15. Exhibition and Event Sponsors, Government and Foundation Grants,
Corporate and Private Donors, Sources of earned income such as admissions,
Nassau County Museum of Art is open 11 facility rentals, and the Museum Store
a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.
The Museum is closed Mondays and some The Museum is chartered and accredited by New York State as a not-for-profit private
holidays. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for
seniors (62+) and $4 for children (aged 4- educational institution and is governed by a privately elected Board of Trustees.
12). Members are always admitted free.
Parking is free. There is a free docent-led tour OTHER GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS ARE PROVIDED BY
of the exhibition each day at 2 p.m., a family The Barker Welfare Foundation
exhibition tour on Sundays at 1 p.m., and a Nassau County Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton
mansion tour Saturdays at 1 p.m. Tours are
free with Museum admission. Reservations Assemblyman Charles D. Lavine
are not needed for tours, meet in the lobby. The New York Community Trust/Horace and Amy Hagedorn Foundation
For current exhibitions or directions call (516)
484-9337 or log onto nassaumuseum.org.