- Click for Restaurant Directory_____


Find us wherever you are!
Subscribe To Smithtown Matters
Email Newsletter icon, E-mail Newsletter icon, Email List icon, E-mail List icon Sign up for our Email Newsletter




« Caroline Grove And Michelle White - Doing Their Part For Smithtown's Firefighters | Main | Julie's In St James-Diversification Key to Increased Revenue »

Local Artist Arline Goldstein's Art On Display At The Frame Center



The Frame Center, 73 East Main Street, Smithtown, to be exact

Ms. Goldstein, a long time resident of Head of the Harbor has exhibited her extraordinary art work from SoHo to the East End for many years. Now her landscape and still life oil paintings can be seen in Smithtown, her home town.

Ms. Goldstein’s art career commenced after a long successful tenure of teaching Art and Gifted Children in the Longwood School District.

Painting and drawing, a passion of Ms. Goldstein’s since she was a child, continues to excite her to this day. She is particularly pleased with the exposure for her work through television, publications and exhibits. One of the highlights for her as a painter was when a collection of 13 paintings , inspired by her trip to Provence, France, was acquired by an entrepreneur for his hotel in Napa Valley, California.

Her work known and admired for their impressionistic style are joyful and evoke influences of Matisse and Duffy.They are in collections from Europe and across the United States. On Long Island her painting appears weekly in an ad for Bobby Van’s Restaurant in  Dan’s Papers.  

Here in Smithtown she has been an active volunteer and fund raiser, promoting the Arts and other non-profit organizations, as President of the Smithtown Township Arts Council and the Chairman of the house and garden tour, Cottages to Castles.

David Goldstein and Gary Woods, are delighted to exhibit Ms. Goldstein’s paintings In Smithtown Picture Frame on Main Street.  

For more information call The Frame Center at, 631-265–7667

Reader Comments

There are no comments for this journal entry. To create a new comment, use the form below.

PostPost a New Comment

Enter your information below to add a new comment.

My response is on my own website »
Author Email (optional):
Author URL (optional):
All HTML will be escaped. Hyperlinks will be created for URLs automatically.