Member's Gallery
Webmaster Phyllis Coniglio



The SUBURBAN ART LEAGUE is a non-profit corporation. It was formed  the 28th day of August. In 1963 to increase cooperation amongst artists,

 art students and all others engaged in artistic activities, to provide a  registry of artists, to hold competitions and exhibitions and to promote the study,

 improvement and appreciation of the arts.

Check Calendar of Events for information on our upcoming events.

Next meeting  September 2, 2014

at 8 PM, Syosset Woodbury Community Center

Mary Jo Amzel

Watercolor Monoprint Workshop


October 7, 2014     -  Irene Vitale - Oil Pastel Landscape

November 3, 1014  -  Bill Farran  - Lino Cuts

December 2, 2014   -  Isreael Rubinstein - Art Lecture

January 6, 2015       -   Andrew Perello Watercolor Landscape


Suburban Open Juried Show

Co- Sponsored with The Town of Oyster Bay

Saturday June 21, 2014 to Sunday June 22nd.

Award Winners

Best in Show- Christine Di Mauro, Gerry Hirschstein

Award Of Excellence- Charles Santopadre, Lynd Wright, Truday Santoemma, Raymond Guttadauria, Robert Coombs

Award Of Merit- Boyd Shockley,Iris kelmenson, Henry Schwargerl, Michael R. Kutzing, Carolyn Clarke

Honorable Mention Awards- Francesca De Toffol,Roberta Mei-Chu Lin, Marie Sheehy Walker. Susan Sterber, Atsuke Seki, Jeffry Lipson, Yu-Chu Lin. Lillian Forziat, Adam Davies, Oscar Santiago

Town of Oyster Bay Awards- Carol Puleo, Kenneth Dresser, Caryn Coville, Andy Chin-Fa Liao


Attention: High School Students

The Suburban Art League is offering High School Students a full membership for $10.00, which entitles them to attend monthly demos and workshops.  It  also affords them entry to our Annual Member and Open Juries shows.  You also get discounts at Blick and Reibe's. For further information check our website at www.suburbanart.org or call Tony La March at 516 334-2551 or tomandtony@msn.com



Click here for  Member News

If any of the members wish to advertise their participation in an art show and would like to let it be known to the rest of the Suburban Art League's members can contact Anahid Naldjian . She can put the information on Newsday's website.
 Click on Member News for more information