Free Atelier Hall Lecture Series

Join Us for our Free Lecture Series every other Thursday at 7:00 P.M.

Art History from the perspective of Professional Artists, Heads of Established Arts Organizations, Museum Curators, Anatomy from Surgeons, Live Art Demonstrations all while surrounded by the beautiful artwork in Atelier Hall Gallery.




Antonio Masi - A Bold Approach to Water Based Mediums







Antonio Masi is president of the American Watercolor Society and an International renowned painter. The goal of this demonstration is to show the untapped power of water- based mediums. The focus will be on how to approach the mediums from a contemporary point of view, powerful, emotional and delicate. Learn how attention to details and unusual perspective make for poetic, moody works, with strong textural qualities. During his demonstration, he will explain the uses of his paints, paper, palette and brushes and how he applies color and how to loosen up during painting.


Date: August 13th

Time: 6.30pm - 8.30pm

Reservation requested. Please call 631-250-9009






Next Lecture at Atelier Hall...

Rembrandt van Rijn: Context, Convention, and Controversy
Thursday, November 14th, 2019
by Andrew Washton
7:00-8:30 pm at Atelier Hall
with a music and social greeting at 6:30 and an optional live performance by classical cellist James Acampora to follow

The Atelier at Flowerfield is hosting Andrew Washton, lifelong historian and rare art manuscript and catalog dealer for an art lecture on Rembrandt Van Rijn on Thursday, November 14th, from 7-8:30 p.m. The lecture will be preceded by a musical and social hour from 6:30-7 p.m. in the Atelier Fine Art Library, which houses 10,000 volumes of rare books donated by Andrew Washton to The Atelier. Guests are also invited to attend a reception afterwards for a live cello performance by local classical cellist James Acampora.

This lecture is an unconventional discussion of Rembrandt's life and some of Rembrandt's paintings, chiefly some of  his portraits. In  what context were they created? Did Rembrandt always "go his own way" stylistically? Were his compositions conventional or original? And finally, what happened to Rembrandt's pet monkey?

This event is free and open to the public with a suggested donation of $10.00 to support out scholarship fund for students in need.
Refreshments will be served.