The in Rosyln Harbor is presenting two new exhibits in its galleries through July 8, including work by Jim Dine and by Steven Salzman.
Dine, who built his reputation as a pop artist, hales from Cincinnati. His art is featured in "Sculpture/Dine/Pinocchio," an exhibit of his recent sculptural works within the galleries and on the grounds. The museum’s first floor galleries is devoted to Dine, including recent Pinocchio objects. Look for Dine’s sculptural work, including "The Mountains in the Distance" of 1987-88, outdoors in the museum’s 145-acre sculpture park.
Visit the museum’s second floor for Dine’s Pinocchio book. Serving as illustrations to Carlo Collodi’s original tale, the exhibit features 40 lithographs.
Salzman's work has been shown at galleries throughout New York and even as far away as Amsterdam. His exhibit “Steven Salzman: Facebook Formatted (and other works),” is on display until July 8. His art runs the gamut from paintings and prints to collages.
The museum is located on Museum Drive in Roslyn Harbor, off of Northern Boulevard (NY Rte. 25A) one half mile west of Glen Cove Road (NY Rte. 107) Adult admission is $10. The museum is open Tuesdays - Sundays 11 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.