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Exhibits: Current Exhibits

Current Exhibit

Susan Obrant
A Retrospective Over Time                                         

June 14, 2024 through July 27, 2024
Artist Reception: Saturday, June 22, 2024 @ 2:00 p.m.

SUSAN OBRANT is a museum level painter who has also worked in couture and photography.  She has had an illustrious lengthy career exploring different mediums and collaborating with varying types of artists, including dancers, actresses and musicians.

Her couture crochet has been worn in films by Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones) and Audra McDonald (Billie Holiday). She had an exhibit of her Painting and Crochet at HVMOCA, a NY museum exhibition with her Installation Piece "A Serious Art Discussion", where her mannequins in Crochet are studying her Paintings on the walls. Her illustration career culminated in a Grammy Nomination for the first Classical Album package design with frameable art, "The Music of Erik Satie".  Her Fine Art from that period has been reproduced as Giclees for modern collectors

The originals of her Boxed sets of prints, “Visions and Voices of Westchester”  were exhibited at The Hammond Museum and Pace University School of Law who owns the set they exhibited.  The Originals of her boxed set, “A Visual Suite” was exhibited at The Lincoln Center Gallery.

Both her original Artwork and Crochet are in collections throughout the world.

Epiphany of Paradox, a 25’ 10 panel painting was the Centerpiece of Address:Earth at Western Connecticut State University, where she gave a talk now on YouTube.

Her most recent exhibition was named Susan’s Men, a solo juried show at the beautiful Harrison Library and then HVMOCA created a cameo exhibition of her street photography from 1968. This is an exciting exhibition for her collectors, friends, and the curious.

Susan Obrant


Currently Exhibit in the Glass Display Cases on the 2nd Floor at the Greenburgh Public Library

Josefina Buse
June 1 - July 31, 2024

Josefina Buse is a self-taught artist working in mosaics.  Her colorful well-crafted pieces show the continuing evolution of her art.  She started out as a lover of jigsaw puzzles before deciding to make her own puzzles, turning those puzzles into art.

In her own words, “I have been a jigsaw puzzle lover since I can remember.  One day while sitting in front of the one I was working on, a thought came to mind: “Life is like a puzzle, we put pieces together every day. We try to stay put, to deal with past and everyday circumstances, good and bad, we grow, we make mistakes, we learn, we put pieces together and every day we become a better version of ourselves. It truly is a never ending story!

It didn’t take too long for the thought of making my own puzzles, now my mosaics, to come to me. I wanted to be in charge of my own destiny, of my very own life. Me, choosing what pieces to add, to connect, and make it the best I could was just like my work with mosaics. That was the beginning of this Mosaic Journey. Now, I cut the pieces, choose the ones I love the most and put them together to create art. I haven’t stopped yet. Well, maybe just for a few months when I was diagnosed with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome on my right hand, pretty common when making mosaics, but I am back!

I am a self-taught Mosaic Artist. Shockingly, finding Mosaic classes in New York was extremely difficult, but luckily, I found a place, took a three-days class and I was hooked! Thank God for that, for YouTube and the wonderful Mosaic Facebook pages I belong to, I was, I am and I will be able to learn more about this beautiful and amazing Ancient Art. It’s been six years already. This is just the beginning! There is still so much to learn!

Thank you for being here!"

Photos From Past Exhibits

Dianne Ricard

Local Greenburgh Artist, Dianne and her Jewelry February - March 2017

Diddy Gomerman

Local Artist, Diddy and her Jewelry December - January 2017-2018

Joyce Schenker

Local Greenburgh Collector, Joyce and her 1930s Popsicle Art Work April - May 2017

Yvette Jones

Local Greenburgh Artist, Yvette and her Jewelry of Chick Designs May - June 2018

Richard Cox

Local Greenburgh Collector, Richard, President of Unity Numismatic - African Money and African American Memorabilia February 2018; February 2016

Gina Bratter

Local Artist, Gina with her Bowls and Recycled Paper Art exhibit  March-April 2018

Master Zhao Xi-Hua

Local Visiting Artist, Master Zhao with his Chinese Brush Painting small works  October - November 2017

Scott Nammacher

Local Artist, Scott with his Astral Photography  August - September 2016

Barry Mason

Local Artist, Barry describing his Paintings and Sculptural Painting Work  January - March 2015

Karen Ann Sullivan

For The Love Of Birds - Wildlife Photography August - September 2018

Karin Reetz

Local Artist, Karin and her Book Art  October - November 2016

Mary Parker

Local Artist, Mary explaining her Hook Rug Art process  December 2014 - January 2015

Elinor Stecher-Orel

Book Art  July - August 2018

Ariadne Pilarinos

Local Artist, Ariadne with her Acrylic Paintings  - Twelve Tangents August - September 2017

Philip Holt and Alan Landzberg

Local Artists Philip and Alan celebrate their combined exhibit of Digital Steel Sculputure and Family Portraits  December 2016 - January 2017

Barbara Glab

Quilts March - April 2018

David Brown

Formerly from Greenburgh Artist, David with his Photographs  January - March 2017

Anne Myers-Stewart

"Upcycled Bottle" Up Close  May - June 2019

Marina Payne and Cristina Ramos-Payne

ARC Of The Moral Universe: A Notebook Project   January - February 2020

Marina Payne

Marina is a contributing Artist for the ARC of the Moral Universe: A Notebook Project  January - February 2020

Cristina Ramos-Payne

Cristina is a contributing Artist for the ARC of the Moral Universe: A Notebook Project  January - February 2020