Join us at the Sherwood-Jayne Farm property for a paint-and-sip experience!

During this three-hour session, Meagan Flaherty, artist and educator with Gallery North, will guide you in recreating one of Edward Lange’s historic paintings of Setauket Harbor. You’ll learn how an artist like Lange, whose numerous landscape paintings survive today as one of the best visual records of late nineteenth-century Long Island life, used a step-by-step approach to create his works of art.

When: Saturday, September 24, 2022, 2pm–5pm
Where: Sherwood-Jayne Farm
Tickets: $30 members/$35 non-members

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No previous experience is required. A full art kit (a $40 value) will be provided for each attendee to keep. Wine, soft drinks, and light snacks are also included. Adults and accompanied teenagers are welcome. Parking is available on site.

The Paint-Out! supports The Art of Edward Lange Project, an ongoing initiative to dive deeply into the life and work of Long Island landscape artist Edward Lange (1846–1912). To learn more about the project and explore the artist’s full body of work please visit our dedicated webpage here.

This program is made possible by the generous support of the Metropolitan Chapter of Victorian Society in America through the Margot Gayle Fund for Preservation of Victorian Heritage.