GLEN HEAD ARTIST'S WORK ON DISPLAY IN LONG ISLAND ACADEMY OF FINE ART EXHIBIT
Glen Head Artist Larry Aaron's piece "Black and White Cali Lily" was accepted into The Long Island Academy of Fine Art's "Wrap It Up" - the art school's first annual small works Holiday Benefit and Exhibition. A reception was held at the Academy's Glen Cove gallery this past Friday evening and the exhibition will continue until the end of the month. 50% of all proceeds from the sale of works will go to the Glen Cove Arts Council Scholarship Fund - which helps underprivileged students in the area who have an interest in the arts.
The Long Island Academy of Fine Art (LIAFA) began in 1999 in Riverhead, and moved to its current location at 14a Glen Street in Glen Cove in 2008. It offers classes in art studies to young artists (ages 8-13), high school students, and adults of varying ability levels.
Larry Aaron's exhibit of pastels "Myths of Man" was featured at the Gold Coast Library back in October (click here for article), and other works will be displayed at the Sea Cliff Library in May 2014. Mr. Aarons also has pieces on display and available for purchase at K.DiResta Collective on Sea Cliff Avenue in Sea Cliff.
Link - Long Island Academy of Fine Art
Link - Larryaaronsart.com