Selected works by Joyce Kubat will be on exhibition at Green Kill from February 2, 2019 until February 23, 2019 along with works by four other female artists including Nikki Aulicino, Alexa Floresta, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, and Lynne Stone. Best hours to view this exhibition are 3-6 PM Tuesday-Saturday.
The opening celebration will be on Saturday, February 2 from 5-7 PM. Please join these five unique artists.
Works Previously Exhibited by Joyce Kubat
About Joyce Kubat
Art that goes beyond the obvious, that goes beyond copying, that goes to the gut, that says something, excites me.
The figure has always been my focus, and over the years it’s become a psychological focus, a not-always-easy-to-view focus.
I feel an artist finds out what they have to say by doing. It is discovered during the working process, being open to glimpses, fearlessly accepting whatever happens no matter what.
Get angry with yourself. Go to a deeper level within where your truth resides, where things feel right. Use materials that feel natural, that allow you to play.
Art for me must have a serious and profound underpinning, always poignant, often humorous, relating in some way to the universal humanity common to all of us.
Joyce Kubat received a BS in psychology from Michigan State University and studied art in New York City at Brooklyn College and The Art Students League of New York. She lives and works in Huntington, Long Island, NY. She has exhibited throughout Long Island, New York City, and elsewhere.
Highlights on Long Island include the Parrish Art Museum, Guild Hall Museum, St. Joseph’s College, Nassau County Museum of Art, The Heckscher Museum of Art, the Long Island Museum, Alpan Gallery, Spinnato Gallery, Nassau Community College, Dowling College and the Art League of Long Island. Highlights elsewhere include the New York State Biennial (Albany), Space Womb Gallery (NYC), The Living Theatre (NYC), Water Street Gallery (MI), St. John’s University (Queens), National Association of Women Artists (NYC) and the Art Students League of New York (NYC).
She currently exhibits at many local galleries on Long Island and at the Saaci/Gallery in Naples, Italy. She will be having a solo exhibit in the Spiga Gallery, Guild Hall Museum, E. Hampton, NY, in 2019.