65th Annual Members’ Exhibition

65th Annual Members’ Exhibition
at the Art League of Long Island

Exhibition Dates (by Artist Last Name)
A – L: February 19 – March 11
M-Z:  March 19 – April 8
Awards of Excellence and Honorable Mentions will be selected by Exhibition Juror Mary Cantone, Owner-Curator of the William Ris Gallery.

Entry Deadline:  Monday, February 7, 2022

Download Prospectus Here

Entries must be submitted through the following website:  https://www.smarterentry.com/CallsForEntry/ALLI

If you are not a member and wish to participate in the exhibition, join here!

• Members 18 years of age and older may exhibit.
• The $30 registration fee will help defray expenses.
• Registration must be received by 12:00 midnight on Monday, Feb. 7, 2022. No late registration accepted.
• Registration fee will NOT be refunded.
• All entries will be exhibited.

• Open to two- and three- dimensional work in any medium.

  • 2D Size requirements: Maximum size of 30” both height & width for outside framed dimension. **2D Size requirements updated January 14, 2022. Increased from 24″ to 30″**
  • 3D Size requirement: Maximum size of 15” length and width and 30” in height. Maximum of 50 pounds.

• Video and installation art cannot be accommodated.
• Original work only, not previously exhibited in the Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery.

About the Juror:

Mary Cantone recently opened William Ris East in Jamesport, New York on Long Island’s North Shore to continue the traditions of William Ris Gallery. Mary’s career in designing interiors and space planning has included collaborating with artists and encouraging clients to enhance, with passion, the fine arts. A bonus to Cantone’s innate and nurtured abilities is her keen sensibilities for mixing mediums, styles and colors.

In 1966, Barbara Starr Schreckengaust and her son William Ris Schreckengaust opened the Camp Hill Gallery and Academy of Art in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. the gallery which was renamed in Bill’s honor following his death in 1970.

In 1971, the gallery opened its second location in Stone Harbor, New Jersey. The gallery’s stable of artists, while still growing, has a dedicated following that is renowned and recognized nationally. Today, the gallery is owned by Mary Cantone, the beloved daughter of Barbara and sister of Bill.

In keeping with their collective shared vision, Mary recently opened William Ris East in Jamesport, New York on Long Island’s North Shore to continue the traditions of William Ris Gallery.

Mary’s career in designing interiors and space planning has included collaborating with artists and encouraging clients to enhance, with passion, the fine arts. A bonus to Cantone’s innate and nurtured abilities is her keen sensibilities for mixing mediums, styles and colors.

“Art! It enhances my life. Art boosts my spirits, it inspires my thinking while mirroring and prompting my memories. I am committed to searching out styles ranging from uber realistic to abstract expressionism, all which excite and challenge my comfort zone. Art offers endless possibilities. Join me!” — Mary Cantone