Small Works Show in Bridge
Coco Myers, an art consultant who is the founder and owner of folioeast, an online art gallery, and her associate, Kay Gibson, will present a two-part exhibition of small works by East End artists beginning Saturday at Katherine Markel Fine Arts in Bridgehampton, with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m.
The first show, which will run through Jan. 15, will include work by Mary Ellen Bartley, Carolyn Conrad, Margaret Garrett, RTJ Haynes, Janet Jennings, Jane Martin, Bastienne Schmidt, Will Ryan, Barbara Thomas, Sarah Jaffe Turnbull, and Dan Welden. The second exhibition will run from Jan. 20 through Jan. 31.
Gallery Talks at Parrish
The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will present the next iteration of “The Artists View,” an ongoing program of intimate gallery talks by artists from the exhibition “Artists Choose Artists,” tomorrow at 6 p.m. Monica Banks, Garrett Chingery, and Saskia Friedrich will illuminate their creative processes with reference to works in the exhibition.
The final program of artist talks will take place on Friday, Jan. 13, when Jackie Black, Marianna Weil, and Almond Zigmund will hold forth in the galleries. Tickets to each program are $12, free for members and students. “Artists Choose Artists” will be on view through Jan. 16.
East End Scenes
“Farms, Water, and East End Scenes,” a show of work by Aubrey Grainger, a plein-air painter from Sagaponack, is on view at the Quogue Library’s art gallery through Jan. 29. A reception will be held on Jan. 14 from 3 to 4:30 p.m.
Ms. Grainger is a former member of Plein Air Peconic, a group of artists who paint the farmland of the East End in connection with the Peconic Land Trust. Two years ago she launched “Thirty Squared,” a challenge to artists to paint 30 paintings in 30 days. The challenge was met in 2015 and 2016, with the results shown at the Water Mill Museum.