Martucci Gallery & Program Room

May 2022 Art Exhibit

Virtual and In the Martucci Gallery at the Irvington Library

 

Invented Paintings; Real Life Scenarios

The experience of the everyday world influences the direction of my painting – the stuff strewn along the tabletop, moments lived or observed, memories or people or circumstances, and lots of references to things that cross my path throughout the day. It is an intuitive following of ideas.  I digest the visceral sensations of looking, combined with conceptual meanderings about content or subject. I respond in drawing and painting.

The work for the Irvington Library is mostly from the experience of spending time during Covid. Our family biked, camped, watched TV together, and discovered new places along the Hudson River, Westchester and Duchess Counties, and Long Island.

View a preview of the exhibit below, then visit the full gallery in person at the Irvington Public Library!

After Biking

Girls in Summer

Girls in a Snowy Landscape

Pound Ridge

Sail Shop, Hudson

Like what you see? Check out the full exhibit in person at the Irvington Library!

Be sure to check our Events Calendar to make sure the Gallery isn’t being used for an event at the time for your visit.

https://irvingtonlibrary.evanced.info/signup/calendar

Attention Artists

The library strongly encourages local artists to apply for exhibit space.
Please download a copy of our exhibition policy and an exhibit application, or call Rosemarie Gatzek, the Library’s Director, at (914) 591-7840. You may view the room floor plan here as well.
If you are interested in having a reception, you will need to contact Rosemarie Gatzek directly to schedule a date and time.

Attention non-profit groups

Our program room is available to non-profit community-based organizations for special programs. Rental fees, security deposits and proof of insurance are required. Read our Program Room Policy by clicking here. Download an application for use of the Program Room here. For more information call Rosemarie Gatzek, the Library’s Director, at (914) 591-7840.