ART EXHIBITION UPDATE:Subanimalia
A SURREAL EXPLORATION OF FORM BY: SCOTT BLUEDORN
OPENING RECEPTION w/ ARTIST: FRIDAY, JULY 20th 7-9PM


Greenport Harbor Brewing Company will present “Subanimalia”, an exhibition of paintings and drawings by the brewing company’s own label artist Scott Bluedorn, July 20th through August 20th in the taproom gallery at 234 Carpenter Street in downtown Greenport.

The exhibition will feature artistic exploration of marine animal forms merged with the design of familiar human artifice like submarines. The artist has been inspired in particular by how natural adaptations like fins, tails and gills inform the aesthetics and functionality of human vehicles. Among many influences is the mechanistic themes of steampunk, the whimsicality of fantasy concept art and the dreamlike magic of Surrealism; which is also present in his familiar artwork on the beer bottles and packaging.

 "The Wanderer", 2018, Scott Bluedorn, watercolor on paper, 18x24

"The Wanderer", 2018, Scott Bluedorn, watercolor on paper, 18x24


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NOW DISPLAYING THE AWARD-WINNING ART OF STEPHEN PALMER IN OUR BREWPUB!


Greenport Harbor Brewing Company is proudly exhibiting the artwork of Stephen Palmer of Traverse City, Michigan at our Peconic location. His award winning mixed-media fish sculptures are currently on display in our restaurant. The artist creates these incredible assemblage pieces with found objects and he hopes people will see the connection between his use of things that might otherwise be discarded and the pollution of our waterways.  An annual percentage of the sale of Stephen’s fish helps support environmental groups.   


CUSTOM GREENPORT HARBOR BREWING COMPANY'S ROBOTS BY MARK MAY AT OUR PECONIC LOCATION

These robots are handmade individually by artist Mark May from recycled materials. GHBC bottle caps included!

Photo credit: Randee Daddona



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