Recent EventsDeborah has recently signed with the Sorelle Gallery in New Canaan, Connecticut for representation of her original mixed media works. Sorelle Gallery specializes in a wide variety of traditional and contemporary art from both emerging and established artists. Sorelle's staff has over 50 years combined experience serving both residential and corporate clients.
Yale New Haven Health in New Haven Connecticut has recently purchased two of Deborah's large original works on paper.
Manion, Gaynor & Manning LLP, has commissioned a large work on canvas for their Boston Massachusetts offices.
Deborah's original works will be represented by the Eisenhauer Gallery of Edgartown at the Nineteeth Annual Boston International Fine Art Show October 22 - 25, 2015.
Deborah has joined The Eisenhauer Gallery in Edgartown for representation on the Island of Martha's Vineyard. The Eisenhauer gallery's collection is one of the most unique on the Island. From realist marine paintings to bold expressionism, there is a diverse body of work that has been carefully selected by gallery owner Elizabeth Eisenhauer.
Three of Deborah's original works were recently selected by the design team for the 2015 HGTV Dream Home. The team selected two large works for the great room and one for the master bedroom of the home. The 2015 Dream Home was built on Martha's Vineyard.
Deborah's work is now represented by the C. Parker Gallery in Greenwich, Connectitcut. The art pieces span nearly a 100 years and represent traditional impressionists to today’s most popular contemporary artists.
Connor, Strong & Buckelew in Marlton, New Jersey has recently selected a number of original mixed media works on paper and canvas by Deborah T. Colter to be included in their Corporate Art Collection.
Deborah T. Colter has recently re-signed with Art 3 Gallery for representation. Art 3 Gallery is a premier New England retail fine art gallery offering custom framing and corporate and residential art consulting services. Located in a restored townhouse in the historic Millyard district of Manchester, NH, the gallery includes one of the largest collections of art by New Hampshire, New England, national, and international artists.
Cambridge Trust in Cambridge, Massachusetts has selected seven original works both on paper and canvas to their Corporate Art Collection.
Acadian Asset Management, in Boston, Massachusetts has recently selected three original mixed media works on paper by Deborah T. Colter to be included in their Corporate Art Collection.
Deborah has recently signed for representation with Exhibit by Aberson in Tulsa Oklahoma. Aberson’s Exhibits is a venture whose purpose is to exhibit work of mid career and emerging artists.
A select grouping of works on paper are now availble through Image Conscious in San Francisco. Image Conscious has been serving the wall-decor needs of the design, retail and wholesale markets since 1980.
Deborah has signed for representation with Art Gallery H, located in the historic artist town of Tubac, Arizona, in the heart of the southwest. The gallery represents established and emerging artists, with an emphasis on contemporary American art in all mediums. Director Audrey Hoffman brings her love of art and people to an inspiring union with a goal of bringing beauty and inspiration into your life through art.
LEK Consulting has recently purchased two of original works on canvas for their corporate offices Boston, Massachusetts.
Tokio Millennium Re Ltd. of Hamilton, Bermuda. has recently selected a second large original mixed media work on canvas by Deborah T. Colter to be included in their Corporate Art Collection.
Ms. Colter's original mixed media works are now available from the Joyce Robins Gallery. Joyce Robins has been showcasing quality paintings and sculptures for discerning collectors since 1996. She believes art stimulates your visual surroundings, bringing beauty and joy into your life. You don’t need art to live, but art makes our lives better. Joyce represents a carefully selected a group of living artists whose styles range from representational to abstract, working in a variety of media.
Anelle Gandelman Fine Art of Larchmont, NY will be representing Deborah T. Colter at the Spring Affordable Art Fair in New York City. The fair is located at 7 West 34th Street, New York, NY 10001 May 5 -8, 2011.
Integrated Financial Services has recently purchased two of large original works on paper for their building lobby in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Alchemy Properties Inc. purchased an original mixed media work on canvas for the lobby of their Isis Condominium project in New York City. Alchemy has recently returned to purchase a second work to compliment their original purchase in New York City.
Deborah's work will now be available through Art + Artisans a professional art consulting service with offices in Austin and Houston, Texas. Art + Artisans serves clients in many sectors including corporate, architecture and design, hospitality, healthcare, education, and government.
The music publishing company Nothing Plain About... this Jane! based in Nashville, Tennesee has recently chosen an original mixed media piece for their corporate office.
Conner Strong Companies has chosen two original mixed media works on paper by Ms. Colter for their Corporate Offices in Marlton, New Jersey.
The legal firm of Gunderson Dettmer has recently selected an original mixed media work on canvas to be displayed in their Corporate Art Collection at the offices in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Ms. Colter has signed with Annelle Gandelman Fine Art, a contemporary art gallery based in Larchmont, NY. The gallery's program is dedicated to emerging and mid-career artists working in a variety of media from across America. Anelle Gandelman Fine Art specializes in in-home/onsite viewing appointments. They also have a private viewing room available where a large selection of inventory man be viewed. Exhibitions are held at the AGFA Project Space located within The Westchester Performing Arts Center, White Plains, NY.
FM Global Insurance has chosen two original mixed media works on paper by Ms. Colter for their Corporate Offices in Johnston, Rhode Island.
Two original mixed media works on paper by Deborah T. Colter have been placed in the Corporate Art Collection of Tufts Dental School, Boston, Massachusetts.
Shire Pharmaceuticals of Cambridge, Massachusetts. has recently selected an additional original mixed media work on paper to be included in their Corporate Art Collection.
Deborah has recently signed with the Lagerquist Gallery for representation in the Atlanta area. Established in 1970, Lagerquist Gallery is Atlanta's oldest gallery dealing in original fine art. The gallery represents regionally, nationally and internationally recognized artists. The gallery's contemporary collection of work includes a variety of styles and techniques from abstract to representational as well as transitional paintings and dimensional work.
Himmel Hospitality Group has recently purchased a series of four works on paper for the Post 390, a restaurant opening in October 2009 in Boston's Back Bay area. In addition they purchased a large work on canvas and have commissioned additional large work on canvas for the project that will be featured prominently in the new space.
I am pleased to be included in the Global Art project "A Book About Death" at The Emily Harvey Foundation Gallery in NYC. A Book About Death: Artists contribute 500 post cards each to create an unbound Book About Death. An Homage to Ray Johnson, a celebration of Emily Harvey, A global exploration of death.
Tokio Millennium Re Ltd. of Hamilton, Bermuda. has recently selected a large original mixed media work on canvas by Deborah T. Colter to be included in their Corporate Art Collection.
I am pleased to announce that my work is featured on page 24 of the just released 2009 Studio Visit book, published by Open Studios Press, Boston, MA. Artists for this publication were chosen in a national competition juried by Michael Klein, Independent Curator. Studio Visit, volume 5, is part of a new series of books offering artists an effective venue through which to introduce their work to a serious national audience of art professionals. Each volume features approximately 150 artists, who have been selected by professional curators. Studio Visit will be received by over two thousand curators and galleries throughout the country as well as private art collectors and art enthusiasts.
The Rittenhouse Square Fine Arts Association has invited Deborah to participate in the 78th annual June & September Rittenhouse Square Fine Art Shows which takes place on the sidewalk circling Rittenhouse Square, a beautiful and historic park in the heart of Center City Philadelphia. The shows features over 140 artists showing original works only and has the distinction of being the oldest outdoor art show of only original art in the entire country.
Ms. Colter will be included in the sixth annual Bethesda Fine Arts Festival which will be held Saturday, May 9 & Sunday, May 10, 2009 in Bethesda's Woodmont Triangle.
Deborah has been invited to participate in the 2009 Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival. The Festival jurors selected 225 artists to exhibit in this year's Festival, which takes place May 16-17, 2009 at Reston Town Center in Reston, Virginia.
Deborah has been selected to participate in the Annual 4 Bridges Arts Festival on April 18 & 19, 2009 in the First Tennessee Pavilion in Chattanooga, TN. This is a juried event featuring original art for every taste and budget by national, regional and local artists. A select 150 artists were chosen who represent the finest contemporary and traditional art in a variety of media including painting, sculpture, jewelry, photography, fiber, wood, metal and more.
Cisco Systems of San Jose, California. has recently selected a large original mixed media work on canvas by Deborah T. Colter to be included in their Corporate Art Collection.
Three original mixed media works on paper by Deborah T. Colter have been placed in the Corporate Art Collection of Partners Harvard Medical International, Boston, Massachusetts.
An original mixed media work on paper by Ms. Colter is to be included in the Corporate Art Collection of Dicerna Pharmaceuticals, Watertown, Massachusetts.
Shire Pharmaceuticals of Cambridge, Massachusetts. has recently selected an original mixed media work on paper and commissioned two other pieces by Ms. Colter, to be included in their Corporate Art Collection.
Four original mixed media works by Ms. Colter have been selected by the Colonnade Hotel in Boston for display in their lobby. Following a spectacular $20-million renovation, The Colonnade Hotel offers an exclusive address in the heart of fashionable Back Bay.
Judges at the Annual Outdoor Art Festival of the Bruce Museum selected Deborah T. Colter’s mixed media works for the Blue Ribbon in her category of 2-D Mixed Media at this year’s event in October, 2008.
Gallery KH in Chicago will be taking the work of Deborah T. Colter to the
Toronto International Art Fair in October 2008. Founded in 2000, the Toronto International Art Fair is one of the most successful fairs in North America. TIAF is held annually at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Canada's top convention and trade-show facility located in the heart of downtown Toronto.Holding the position of the third-largest English speaking theatre district in the world after New York and London, Toronto is host to an eclectic, cosmopolitan and sophisticated arts and culture community. Visit the Gallery/Artist listing page here: Exhibitors.
An original mixed media work on paper by Deborah T. Colter is to be included in the Corporate Art Collection of Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
Mary Bell Galleries closes, becomes Gallery KH. Galleries come and go, but few have the staying power of Mary Bell Galleries. Founded 32 years ago by its namesake, the gallery was one of the pioneers of the River North arts district. Bell first opened her gallery in 1979 on Hubbard Street before moving it to 740 N. Franklin. Mary Bell recently made the decision to sell the gallery to Lissa Kivisto and Kristen Hagan, who have moved it to a new space and transformed it into Gallery KH with the help of Mary Bell veteran Shannon Rather. The new gallery makes its debut Friday, June 6, from 5pm to 8pm with a reception for the show "Tribute," which is, yes, a tribute to the history of the its predecessor, featuring the latest work by 27 of the gallery's core contemporary artists including Deborah T. Colter.
Deborah has recently been selected to exhibit at the Atlanta Arts Festival in September 2008. Bringing together outstanding artists from all over the country with the large and enthusiastic art buying community of the Atlanta area, Atlanta Arts Festival will feature 200 of the country's finest painters, photographers, sculptors, leather and metal craftsmen, glass blowers and more!
Anika Therapeutics of Bedford, MA. has recently selected an original mixed media work on paper by Deborah T. Colter to be included in their Corporate Art Collection.
Boston Residential Group, LLC has recently purchased a triptych panel by Ms. Colter to be placed in the lobby of their newest condominium community, 285 Columbus, which is located at the intersection of the South End and Back Bay neighborhoods of Boston.
The Marriott Copley Place Boston, MA. has recently commissioned an original mixed media work on paper by Deborah T. Colter to be included in their Corporate Art Collection.
The Canadian company SemCams of Calgary, Alberta has recently selected an two original mixed media works, one paper and one on canvas to be added to their Corporate Art Collection.
The J.W. Marriott Corporation has selected an original mixed media work on canvas by Deborah T. Colter to be included in their Corporate Art Collection at the Desert Ridge Resort Project in Phoenix, AZ.
The Red Door Gallery in Richmond, Virginia has invited Ms. Colter to exhibit her mixed media paintings in a feature show to start off their 2008 season. The show is scheduled to open in January 2008. The Red Door Gallery was founded in 2006 and shows original works of established and emerging artists. They concentrate on large format contemporary paintings as well as indoor and outdoor sculpture. The gallery offers a lively atmosphere in a neighborhood of Richmond’s finest galleries and restaurants and within walking distance of Virginia Commonwealth University.
Wells Fargo of San Francisco, CA. has recently selected an original mixed media work on canvas by Deborah T. Colter to be included in their Corporate Art Collection.
Deborah has been selected to exhibit at the 26th Annual Outdoor Festival of the Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT. The Bruce Museum sponsors two Festivals each year with the purpose of fostering an appreciation of, and increasing an interest in, the arts. The first standard is excellence of work to be exhibited. The festivals are strictly juried from slides. A maximum of 80 exhibitors is selected from the top entrants. They do not accept dealers, imports, or reproductions.The show takes place on Columbus Day weekend, October 6 & 7, 2007.
The firm of Moody, Famiglietti & Andronico, LLP of Tewksbury, MA. has recently selected an original mixed media work on canvas by Deborah T. Colter to be added to their Corporate Art Collection.
Get Connected of Boston, MA has recently purchased an original mixed media work on canvas by Ms. Colter to be added to their Corporate Art Collection.
The McCormack Firm, LLP of Boston, MA. has recently selected two original mixed media works on paper by Deborah T. Colter to be added to their Corporate Collection.
A Major Force in Chicago’s River North Gallery District, Mary Bell Galleries, will feature the work of Ms. Colter in a Solo Show titled, "Mechanics of Memory" The Exhibit is scheduled to open on April 20, 2007 and runs through May 28, 2007.
The Water Street Gallery in Saugatuck, Michigan has recently signed an agreement with Deborah T. Colter for representation of her original works in the western Michigan area. The gallery works with both corporate and private clients. Ms. Colter will be featured in a show titled "Paper Cuts" that opens in the October 2007.
The Rittenhouse Square Fine Arts Association has invited Deborah to participate in the 76th annual June Rittenhouse Square Fine Art Show which takes place on the sidewalk circling Rittenhouse Square, a beautiful and historic park in the heart of Center City Philadelphia. The June show features over 140 artists showing original works only and has the distinction of being the oldest outdoor art show of only original art in the entire country.
ArtMatters, LLC has recently signed Deborah T. Colter for representation of her original mixed media paintings. ArtMatters, LLC is an art consulting firm located in the Washington, DC area serving clients all over the United States. They place artwork in a variety of corporate and public spaces, as well as in private residences. Clients include law firms, health facilities, government agencies, financial investment companies, hotels, and nonprofit organizations.
Mary Bell Galleries, Chicago, Illinois, will feature five artists in a group show titled, "ABSTRACTIONS" with Mark Dickson, Carolyn Cole, Deborah T. Colter, Tim Christensen, and Rick Stevens.The Exhibit runs from January 5 - February 7, 2007 with an opening reception: Friday, January 5 from 5-8pm.
The Corporate Art Collection of the law firm of Goodwin Procter LLP of Boston, MA. has recently selected two additional original mixed media works on canvas by Ms. Colter to be added to their unique collection.
Old Mutual (US) Holdings, Inc., in Boston, MA. has recently selected an original mixed media painting by Deborah T. Colter to be included in their Corporate Art Collection. Old Mutual Holdings is the holding company for a diverse group of about 20 companies collectively known as Old Mutual Asset Management (US).
The law firm of Goodwin Procter LLP., of Boston, MA. has recently commissioned two original mixed media works on paper by Deborah T. Colter to be included in their Corporate Art Collection.
Adobe Systems of San Jose, California has recently purchased two additional mixed media paintings on canvas by Ms. Colter to add to their Corporate Collection.
The mixed media paintings of Deborah T. Colter will be represented by Jules Place beginning this fall. Jules Place is a private art gallery representing over 50 artists whose works include: Painting, photography, sculptures and original works on paper. The objective of the gallery is to promote contemporary art to collectors interested in a wide range of regional and national artists. Within this, the “Art for Living” concept reflects the belief that fine art enriches lives and enhances homes. Jules Place provides residential art consulting in the metro New York and Boston areas.
The law firm of Lourie & Cutler, P. C., of Boston, MA. has recently selected an original mixed media work on paper by Deborah T. Colter to be included in their Corporate Art Collection.
An original mixed media work on paper has been recently purchased for the Corporate Collection of Driscoll Insurance Agency, Norwell, MA.
Soho Myriad Art Consulting Services has recently signed Deborah T. Colter for representation in the Atlanta metro area. Soho Myriad provides Art Consulting Services tailored to meet the needs of the most discerning hospitality client. In a fast paced industry, Soho Myriad has achieved an unequaled reputation for creativity, quality and great service from concept to delivery.
The 2005 Saint Louis Art Fair jury has selected Deborah to participate in this year's festival which takes place on September 8, 9, & 10, 2006 in Saint Louis, MO. More than 1500 applicants from all 50 states, Canada, Israel, Belgium, France, Germany and Argentina competed for 141 available exhibitor booths at the Saint Louis Art Fair. The Saint Louis Art Fair is one of the most competitive outdoor, juried art exhibitions in the country.
Mary Bell Galleries, "A Major Force in Chicago’s River North Gallery District", will be representing the work of Deborah T. Colter beginning spring of 2006. The Mary Bell Galleries presents an outstanding collection of significant contemporary American artists working in a variety of styles and media.
Deborah has recently been invited to participate in the 2006 Art Fair at Laumeier. Over 900 applications were received and carefully juried by a panel of arts professionals to select the 150 participating exhibitors. The pool of juried artists will exhibit and sell an impressive array of work in clay, drawing, fiber, glass, jewelry, leather, mixed media, new media, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture and wood. On Mother's Day weekend, May 12-14, 2006, the nation's best exhibitors will welcome over 20,000 visitors to Laumeier Sculpture Park in Saint Louis for this three-day event.
Wolf Greenfield, of Boston, MA. has recently selected an original mixed media painting on canvas by Ms. Colter to be included in their Corporate Collection.
The 2006 Lakefront Festival of the Arts jury has selected Deborah to participate in this year's festival which takes place on June 16, 17, & 18, 2006. Lakefront Festival of Arts takes place at its home in front of the Milwaukee Art Museum. Considered one of the nation's premier art festivals, the festival features the jury-selected work of 170 talented artists from a pool of over 1400 applicants.
Art Source L.A., Inc. has recently signed Deborah T. Colter for representation of her original mixed media paintings. Art Source L.A., Inc. is a full service international art consulting firm with offices in Santa Monica, California and North Bethesda, Maryland.
An exciting new venture on Martha's Vineyard, The Belushi • Pisano Gallery, a subsidiary of the Second Chance Foundation, will be representing the work of Deborah T. Colter on Martha's Vineyard. Net profits from gallery sales will go to the awards coffers of the Foundation, with the intention of supporting local individuals or organizations in need. The gallery will feature the works of Ms. Colter during the weeks of August 25 - September 7, 2006.
The 15th Annual Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival will include the works of Ms. Colter in the festival that takes place during the weekend of May 20-21, 2006. The 15th annual Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival brings the finest of contemporary arts and artists to the Reston community and the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area in a festive celebration of art, life and culture.
Deborah T. Colter has recently inked an agreement with Barbara Case Fine Art and the New York Artists Equity Association, Inc., to present her original mixed media paintings in a show at The Broome Street Gallery in New York City. The show is scheduled to take place in late October 2006. Current plans slate the mixed media work of Ms. Colter, collage workPeggy Turner Zablotny and the sculpture of Eileen Paduano to exhibit their unique works.
Alekos Grigoropoulos of Grigoropoulos Ltd., will be representing the work of Ms. Colter at ArtExpo in Atlanta the weekend of September 15 - 18, 2005.
Adobe Systems of San Jose, California has added another original mixed media painting by Deborah T. Colter to their Corporate Collection.
Two original mixed media paintings on canvas have been recently purchased for the Corporate Collection of Ernst & Young, Boston, MA.
Angelico Fine Art of Menlo Park, California will be representing the work of Ms. Colter. Angelico specializes in original contemporary paintings, photography, sculpture and jewelry by local and international living artists.
An original mixed media painting on canvas has been recently purchased for the Corporate Collection of Axis Communications, Washington, DC.
The 2005 Saint Louis Art Fair jury has selected Deborah to participate in this year's festival which takes place on September 9, 10, & 11, 2005 in Saint Louis, MO. The highly competitive Festival received 1700 applicants for 139 available spaces.
The Blue Heron Gallery of Wellfleet, Massachusetts will represent the works of
Deborah T. Colter exclusively on Cape Cod beginning in the summer of 2005.
Two original mixed media works on paper were recently placed in the Corporate Collection of Archon Group, a division of Goldman Sachs, Boston, MA.
The Symmetry Gallery, Ltd. in Troy, Michigan has asked Ms. Colter to be a part of their Grand Opening show in December. The show will run through January 9th, 2005.
Barbara Case Fine Art is now representing Deborah T. Colter in the metro areas of New York City and surrounding locations.
Four original mixed media paintings were recently placed in the Corporate Collection of Keefe, Bruyette + Woods, Located in the Equitable Building in New York City.
The 2004 Plaza Art Fair jury has selected Deborah to participate in this year's festival which takes place on September 24, 25, & 26, 2004 in Kansas City, MO. The highly competitive Festival received 1431 applicants for 176 available spaces. The Fair is ranked #6 in the Country by the Artfair Sourcebook.
Grigoropoulos Ltd. Fine Art is now representing Deborah T. Colter in the Chicago area.
Seven original paintings including works on paper and works on panel, were recently placed in the Corporate Collection of Adobe Systems, San Jose, California.
The 2004 Washington Mutual Coconut Grove Arts Festival Jury has selected Deborah to participate in this year's festival which takes place February 14, 15, & 16, 2004. The Festival received over 1300 applicants for 300 available spaces last year.
The Xanadu Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona is now representing Deborah T. Colter. A feature show titled "Ordinary Spectacle" will take place the week of February 26, 2004 - March 6, 2004 with an opening reception for the artist to take place on the night of Saturday, February 28, 2004, 6-9 pm. The show will feature many new works on paper, birch panel, and on canvas.
The Art 3 Gallery in Manchester New Hampshire is now representing the works of Deborah T. Colter. They will be exhibiting work in the upcoming show titled "Seeing Red". The Gallery states: "Red is a dynamic color that seems to erupt as if alive off of a surface. Our intrigue with this color can be linked with what the color symbolizes. Red is the color of love, passion, anger, and heat. It only seems natural to relate the color red with life itself." The show runs from December 11, 2003 - February 14, 2004.
The RISD/WORKS Gallery in Providence, Rhode Island will include eight paintings in the Holiday show titled "Small Works".
A proposal to bring the show "Relics of the Nest: Illusion and Memory" a collaborative project to the Fort Point Channel Arts Community Gallery in Boston, MA was recently accepted. Juror Barbara O'Brien, currently editor of Art New England magazine and former Director of the Gallery and visiting Artists program at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA., selected the proposal from over 30 applicants. Dates for the show are April 2, 2004 - May 8, 2004.
The newest edition of The Sourcebook of Architectural & Interior Art, Book 18, published by The Guild Sourcebooks in Madison, Wisconsin, features the work of Deborah T. Colter on page #257. In the mixed media section.
A showing of works on paper titled at the Sharon Arts Center in Peterborough, NH., has been very well received. The show titled, 'In Delicate Balance', will close on the October 20, 2004.
Columbus Day at Paradise City Northampton proved to be a wonderful weekend. Strong sales and beautiful weather combined for a great show in a terrific area of Western Massachusetts. October 11,12, & 13, 2003.
Two paintings by Deborah T. Colter were recently placed in the Corporate Collection of The Walker Marchant Group in Washington, DC.
A successful three day trip to New York City for the Rockefeller Center Arts Festival in May ushered in the spring season. Preparations are being made for a trip to the Paradise City Arts Festival in Northampton, MA. Show dates are May 29, 30 & June 1, 2003.
During the month of October 2002, work by Colter and Chantale Legare (3 paintings each) from the 2 year project based on the works of Bachalard travelled to Dallas to be featured in "Matter, Dream, and Thought: A Symposium on the Works of Gaston Bachelard," on November 1-3, 2002, presented by The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. For more info on the group or the symposium go to www.dallasinstitute.org .
In September 2002, Deborah Colter along with Rose Abrahamson, Susan Button, Chantale Legare and Janet Woodcock presented a Film and Artist's Talk at the Dragonfly Gallery in Oak Bluffs. The film "The Idea We Live In" by Pilar Rodriguez, referenced similar themes that related to the works on view by the 5 artists and each artist spoke about the working together on the group and the artistic process.
Three small paintings on masonite where chosen by Olga Hirshorn for the prestigious "Vineyard Galleries Show" at Featherstone Center for the Arts in Oak Bluffs this past August 2002. Ms. Hirshorn, long time island resident and widow of businessman/art collector Joesph Hirshorn, curated this exhibition which drew on works from 11 island galleries.