The Reboli Center for Art and History is a unique art center that features the remarkable historic collection of paintings by 20th century Long Island artist, Joseph Reboli. No discussion of Long Island landscape painting would be complete without including the paintings of Reboli. Located in a historic building on the banks of Stony Brook Creek and near the harbor of Stony Brook, the establishment of the Reboli Center for Art and History provides public access to Reboli’s work as well as exhibits of historical and artistic topics.
In addition to its exhibits, The Reboli Center offers lectures, panels and gallery sessions in conjunction with featured exhibitions. The Third Friday program led by artists, curators, historians, and other relevant speakers will be held on the third Friday of each month from 5 – 7 PM. This event is free to the public and requires no advance reservation and is a program to allow visitors insights into the exhibitions.
In addition to the exhibits, the Reboli Center Design Shop’s mission is to sell and exhibit the best contemporary fine crafts by artisans working in all creative fields. The Design Shop also has an exclusive line of quality products that showcase the art of Joseph Reboli. Proceeds from Design Shop purchases support the work of the not for profit Reboli Center.
Entrance to the Reboli Center is free.