June 19 - July 17, 2021

Good Trouble

Opening: June 19, 6:00 pm

Regina Bartkoff · Max Blagg · Jerelyn Hanrahan · Christopher Lee · Ross Pino · Rick Prol · Charlie Schick · Carrie Skoczek

Carri Slcoczek: Voodoo Doll

“Eleven“, Acrylic and oil pastels, 48” x 48”, Ross Pino

AOS / Atelier On Spring Galerie, venue for contemporary art, located at 19 Spring Street, Oyster Bay, New York, 11771 , will open to the public with its third exhibition, entitled Good Trouble.

The exhibition is a selection of artists who exercise a search, and non-conformist approach within their work process, challenging boundaries and comfort zones which create alternative realities, be it in words, paint, jewels or porcelain. Please join us, and meet the artists:

Opening reception: June 19, 2021, 6:00 – 8:00

We will also have readings from two outstanding poets, George Wallace and Jeffrey Cyphers Wright

George Wallace is a writer in residence at the Walt Whitman Birthplace, author of 38 chapbooks of poetry, and the first laureate of the National Beat Poetry Festival. A prominent member of the NYC poetry performance scene, he travels internationally and has won numerous awards for his work in the United States and Europe. He is currently editing,  FROM THE INSIDE: NYC, through the eyes of the poets who live here, an anthology scheduled for release in 2022 by Blue Light Press.

Jeffrey Cyphers Wright received his MFA in poetry after studying with Allen Ginsberg. He is a publisher, critic, eco-activist, impresario, and artist, and is best known as a New Romantic, Post-Surrealist poet. He is author of 17 books of verse, including Blue Lyre from Dos Madres Press and Party Everywhere from Xanadu. Currently he publishes Live Mag! a journal of art and poetry. He is a Kathy Acker Award recipient and recently produced a film highlighting his puppet shows called “Pandemic Puppet Jam,” on YouTube.  jeffreycypherswright.com · livemag.org

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