Throughout the month of February, East Meadow community members will have an opportunity to view the work of not only one talented artist — but several. The Students of Gloria Glick, an art show at the East Meadow Public Library, officially opened at a reception on Feb. 4, and features many of Glick’s pieces, as well as those of her students.
Glick is a longtime East Meadow resident and an established artist and teacher of art. A multi-award-winning artist, she excels as an instructor. The curated show at the library demonstrates her abilities as a teacher, clearly seen in the high-quality work that her students produce.
Alongside Glick is the work of nine additional women, including Sandra Gallof, Carolyn Weissfeld, Fran Harlick, Rose Mackin, Judy Aubin, Barbara Reichling, Dorinda Palmisano, Linda Reynolds and Angela O’Connell.
While Glick was unable to attend Sunday’s reception, many of her students, their families and friends were present. A pamphlet walks viewers through each piece on display, and denotes if they are for sale or not. In total, 30 pieces are available for viewing.
To view the exhibit, visit the library at 1886 Front Street, East Meadow. For more, visit EastMeadow.info.