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Plein Air Peconic and the Peconic Land Trust organize Traveling Exhibitions, which have traveled to seven (7) different locations on the East End of New York by the end of 2008 and will continue to other venues in 2009. Each location hosts the exhibit for approximately a month. The Traveling Exhibition highlights the land conservation efforts of the Trust with 20-30 small to medium works of art. A Peconic Land Trust educational exhibit is an integral part of the exhibition. A reception at each venue features talks by an artist and a Trust executive about the Trust’s conservation efforts and their working relationship with the Plein Air Peconic artists. If you have an interest in hosting a Traveling exhibition, contact Kathy Kennedy at the Peconic Land Trust 631-283-3195.

Click here to download the Plein Air Peconic poster from 2008.

Quail Hill Farm – Paint-out / Shoot-out Amagansett, NY June 18. 2011
Open Spaces III “Bays, Beaches and Backroads” Ashawagh Hall East Hampton NY July 15-17, 2011
Farms & Fields 2011 Ocean View Farm Bridgehampton, NY Aug 7, 2011
PAP VI Ashawagh Hall East Hampton NY Columbus Day weekend Oct 7-10

Rogers Library, Southampton, NY
Riverhead Free Library, Riverhead, NY
Mattituck Library, Mattituck, NY
Greenport Library, Greenport, NY
Hampton Bays Library, Hampton Bays, NY

Quogue Library, Quogue, NY
The South Street Gallery, Greenport, NY
Click here to download poster

Rogers Memorial Library, Southampton March 2-29,
Meet the Artists Reception on Saturday, March 7, 2-4 pm.

The Clinton Academy, East Hampton June 12 - July 6,
Meet the Artists Reception on Saturday, June 13, 5-7 pm., and again on Friday, July 3, 5-7 pm.

Cutchogue-New Suffolk Library, Main Street August 1-30,
Meet the Artists Reception on Friday, August 7, 5-7:30 pm.

Plein Air Peconic IV Grenning Gallery - 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY, October 7- 25,
Reception October 10, 5-8 PM

Southampton Historical Museum, Southampton, NY (exhibit open all summer)
Tiffany, East Hampton, NY (July 2-Sept 6)

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