Exhibitions

Exhibitions2024-05-29T06:01:46-04:00

Exhibitions

ANNUAL EXHIBITION 2024

Bird’s Eye View:
Fishers Island from Above

Stony Beach. Drone photography by Neil Knowles.

Please join us for our opening reception
Saturday, June 29, 2024, 5 to 7 p.m.

SPECIAL EXHIBITION 2024

Selected Bird Etchings
by Charlie Ferguson

Special Exhibition Natural History Gallery

“Egrets,” circa 1950.

SPECIAL EXHIBITION 2024

Framed Fishers Island Aerial Photographs

Second Floor Gallery

“Race Point Arrival,” June 23, 2019. Drone photograph by Arthur Anthony.

The 2024 Annual Exhibitions are sponsored by Altus Partners

ANNUAL EXHIBITION 2023

The Sketchbooks of Charlie Ferguson

Untitled watercolor from C.B. Ferguson’s “Fishers Island 2005.”

The 2023 Annual Exhibitions are on display at the Museum through mid June.

The 2023 Annual Exhibitions are sponsored by Altus Partners & CHUBB

SPECIAL EXHIBITION 2023

Early Paintings
of Fishers Island

The complementary show on display in the Natural History Gallery

Untitled oil painting of Race Rock Light, c.1885. Attributed to Rev. Josiah M. Bartlett. Courtesy of Bagley Reid

SPECIAL EXHIBITION 2023

Early Photographs
of Fishers Island

The complementary show on display in the Second Floor Gallery

South Beach, c.1895. Photograph by James S. Casey

Framed prints of the featured iconic photographs are available for purchase, with proceeds supporting the Museum’s Art Fund.

Virtual Exhibitions

All HLFM Exhibitions are sponsored by Altus Partners & CHUBB

Past Exhibitions & Special Display Archives

ANNUAL EXHIBITION 2023

Untitled
F.I. Sketchbook 2005

THE SKETCHBOOKS OF CHARLIE FERGUSON

In the full sweep of Fishers Island’s history, there is no artist more synonymous, more closely associated with Fishers Island than Charles B. “Charlie” Ferguson. The main show features images from two of Charlie's sketchbooks which functioned as illustrated diaries that were filled with daily activities, nature observations, personal notes, and lots of art—drawings, sketches, and watercolors—in various states of completion.

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