In 1966, Barbara Starr Schreckengaust and her son William Ris Schreckengaust opened the Camp Hill Gallery and Academy of Art in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. Their collaboration, love and knowledge of the arts was the foundation for the continued success of the gallery which was renamed in Bill’s honor following his death in 1970.
Today, the gallery is owned by Mary Cantone, the beloved daughter of Barbara and sister of Bill. Mary worked side by side with Bill and remains devoted to the memory of Bill, Barbara’s high standards and the success and growth of the gallery.
Phone: (609) 408-5203 | Website
Founded in 2017, VSOP Projects is a contemporary art gallery and project space with private gardens located in Greenport Village, on Long Island's North Fork.
Our year-round exhibition program serves as a platform for an international roster of young emerging and established artists, designers, and creative thinkers to show their work in a challenging, playful, and unconventional setting.
The South Street Gallery specializes in superior paintings, drawings, and works by artists from the northeast and around the country. Our gallery, at 18 South Street in Greenport, New York on the North Fork of Long Island, represents a variety of artistic styles and disciplines. The South Street Gallery shows works by both established and emerging artists. Our turn of the century building, once Greenport’s Town Hall, provides ample space for exhibits, events, workshops and master classes.
Phone: (631) 477-0021 | Website
Isabelle Haran- Leonardi is a contemporary realist painter specializing in large scale landscapes of eastern long island's vineyards and waters. Isabelle won the Dan’s papers 2013, 2014, and2015 Best of the Best for best North Fork Long Island artist. In May of 2012, Isabelle opened Nova Constellatio Gallery at 419 Main Street, Greenport, NY, in the historic1907 Lipton Block building. It is her working studio where visitors are welcomed to share her painting process.
Phone: (516) 443-0242 | Website
Penney is best known for her realistic pastoral scenes and seascapes. She paints predominantly with acrylics; however, her creative talent and skill extend to several other mediums. Jacqueline Penney's love of the Waterways is always present in her work, which features subjects such as sailing, sandy beaches, ocean views and warm tropical waters.
She captures the essence of the landscape; the movement found in a seascape; and in all her work a thoughtful, peaceful mood. Her paintings invite one to pause and rest, and provide a simple, yet elegant expression of the ordinary transformed.
Phone: (631) 734-5426 | Website
Cindy Pease Roe’s lifelong journey as a nautical artist began 30 years ago when she lived on a sailboat in Nantucket Harbor.
She has since lived in other seaside communities (currently Greenport, Long Island) as she gravitates towards people who share a similar admiration and respect for the ocean. Living on the water has honed Roe’s gift of seeing all of its nuances. Her ability to express the sea’s serenity, history, function and, increasingly, its vulnerability, has added another dimension to her work: environmental educator.