Long Islanders love dogs. Just like today, anyone observing daily life on Long Island in the 19th century will find that dogs were an important part of the regions culture. Dog Days combines paintings from artists William Moore Davis, Evelina Mount a …
Winter created boldly colorful and energetically expressive projects, exhibiting a wide array of influences.
Large breweries in Brooklyn switched to making “near beer.”
Artists who depicted Long Island in the nineteenth century continually focused on the island as an edible Eden: its carefully tended fields, its bountiful orchards, its healthy livestock, and its diverse wildlife both in the forest and nearby coast wa …
“My continuing exploration of kinetics, form and color are the back bone of my work.” – Drew Klotz
Come marvel at the magnificently-colorful crocheted trees on our campus, the result of an exciting community-based public art project that was a collaboration between the museum, the artist who conceived it, Avalon Park and Preserve, Inc., in Stony Bro …
The Long Island Museum
Located at 1200 Route 25A in Stony Brook, the Long Island Museum is a Smithsonian affiliate, dedicated to American history and art with a Long Island connection.
The museum is open Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m and Sunday from noon to 5.
Regular admission is $10 per person, $7 for seniors and $5 for students ages six to 17. Children under six and museum members are free.
For more information call 631-751-0066