As a fine art photographer, Alex Ferrone Ferrone has concentrated the past few years on a unique body of work called “Aerial Observations” featuring photographic images produced from her time flying as a commercial aerial photographer above our region. Ferrone has shown in solo and group gallery and museum exhibitions regionally and in Italy, and her work is privately collected internationally.
2017 Past Exhibitions
Solo Exhibition "Vantage Point"
The Remsenburg Academy, Remsenburg, NY
Exhibit dates: July 28 - August 13, 2017
Featuring works from my Aerial Observations series. Included are images detailing various abstracted colors, textures, and shades from particular regional landscapes that have resulted in unusual perspectives of our everyday panoramas.
130 South Country Road
Remsenburg, New York
"Earth Muse: Art and the Environment"
The Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, NY
Curated by Lisa Chalif
Exhibition dates: April 15 - July 30, 2017
Earth Muse featured works by selected artists who approach the earth as a muse of observation, contemplating nature's beauty and diversity, her eternal rhythms, and the physical record of geological and human history on the planet.
Artists selected for this exhibition included Brandon Ballengée, Peter Beard, Melissa Fleming, Winn Rea, Barbara Roux, and Michelle Stuart.
2 Prime Avenue, Huntington, NY
2016 Past Exhibits:
"Perception and Transformation" Two-person Exhibit
Omni Gallery - curated by Dawn Lee.
Exhibit dates: October 17, 2016 - February 11, 2017
Featured nine works from my Aerial Observations series. Each piece was 48" framed.
333 Earle Ovington Blvd., Uniondale, NY
"Long Island Biennial" at The Heckscher Museum of Art.
Exhibition dates: September 3 through December 4, 2016
The group exhibition comprises diverse style works of various media from Long Island artists selected by jurors, Lori Bookstein, Lori Bookstein Fine Art, New York; Seung Lee, Professor of Art, Director of Fine Arts, LIU Post; and Christina Mossaides Strassfield, Museum Director/Chief Curator, Guild Hall, East Hampton.
2 Prime Avenue, Huntington, New York
"The Other Side of Summer" through October 15, 2016
An Art+Architecture collaboration presented by Esperanza Leon/ARTSOLAR.
So pleased to have had ten works included in this exhibition featuring additional artists, Rob Calvert, Stig Evans, Jane Martin, Camille Perrottet, Dalton Portella, and Aurelio Torres.
On view at 12 West Henry Street in Sag Harbor, noted designer Pembrooke & Ives has combined interior design with architecture by David Griffin DGi+d. Courtesy of Jody Martini with Douglas Elliman.
Monika Olko Gallery, Sag Harbor: "Summer Exhibit"
Three-person exhibition: July 30 - August 10.
Limited edition works from my Aerial Observations series - dye sublimation prints on gloss aluminum.
95 Main Street, Sag Harbor, New York
"FIND YOUR PARK: National Park Service Centennial Art Exhibition"
Curated by Dawn Lee
The Patchogue Watch Hill Ferry Terminal Gallery
Group exhibition: July 31 – September 5, 2016
150 West Avenue, Patchogue, New York
Southampton Cultural Center: "Eyes Of Eight Exhibit"
Group exhibition: July 1 - August 30. Exhibiting limited edition framed works from my Aerial Observations series.
24 Pond Lane, Southampton, New York
2015 Past Exhibitions:
Convergence II at Ashawagh Hall, East Hampton, NY: August 21 - August 30, 2015:
Curated by noted artist Hector deCordova, Convergence II brings the commonality of the creative energies of artists from different disciplines together for an eclectically aesthetic exhibition in the heart of the Hamptons. Exhibiting artists with works of varied mediums including painting, sculpture, mixed media, and photography are Hector deCordova, Nadine Daskaloff, Alex Ferrone, Gordon Gagliano, Colin Goldberg, Phyllis Hammond, Bryan Landsberg, Alyce Peifer, Frank Sofo, Ursula Thomas, and Amy Worth.
East to West Exhibit at Southampton Arts Center: July 16 - August 9, 2015
Juried by a panel of artists and gallerists, “East to West” celebrates the works of various mediums from eleven artists living and working on Long Island from farthest points east to farthest points west.