The exhibition, part of STAC's Outreach Program, may be viewed during regular banking hours: Monday - Thursday: 9:00 AM 4:00 PM, Friday: 9:00 AM 7:00 PM, Saturday: 9:00 AM 1:00 PM
Exhibiting the Art of Julie Doczi October 1 through December 7, 2018
“I have always been drawn to both art and music. As a child, nothing could get me more excited than a brand new box of Crayola’s! I was inspired by my mother’s art work in creative design and ceramics and enjoyed the art classes I had the opportunity to attend as a child.”
However, life took Julie in the direction of music. She became a flutist and music educator having taught in the Three Village Schools for 31 years. “My journey into painting as an adult began when I encountered the medium of pastel. Having had the opportunity to study with many fine pastelists, I learned about value, perspective, warm and cool, light and shadow, form and texture. I began to find my view of the world around me opening up in a way never experienced before. It is a joyous experience to put these perceptions onto paper, to capture a scene and ultimately have it achieve its own unique identity.”
“It is this very potential for discovering uniqueness that I savor, whether it be a small flower, a grouping of trees, sunset or landscape. In the act of connecting with and rendering the image, I experience the joy of being alive.”
Exhibiting the Art of Anne Katz December 8, 2018 through February 9, 2019
After a career working in a biology research lab, I retired and found a passion for painting. My love for both science and nature is reflected in my art. I feel a tension between the precision and angles of objects made by man and the randomness and flowing lines of views of nature. I try to express this when I paint the quiet, still places that I love. I have lived in Stony Brook for 40 years.