The Guest Curator

January 10th, 2010 (No Comments)

I guess it all began circa 2004. I finally pulled the trigger on a painting I’d seen a year (a year!) earlier at a South Fork art gallery. I’ve bought houses, a few, in what seemed like a matter of minutes, thankfully without regret. Yet the analysis, the pondering, the sheer dissection of this painting […]

Plaza Gallery: “The Hamptons and Beyond: An Artistic Journey”

October 15th, 2009 (No Comments)

Great Neck resident Irwin T. Levy is the curator of the upcoming exhibit “The Hamptons and Beyond: An Anistic Journey.” opening Wednesday Oct. 21, at the Village of Great Neck Plaza Wllage Hall, 2 Gussack Plaza. The opening reception is from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Mr. Levy is again collaborating with Esperanza Leon, owner of […]

Irwin Levy Organizes Art Exhibit – SOLAR Presents “Mood Swings”

June 4th, 2009 (No Comments)

Great Neck resident Irwin Levy presents “Mood Swings,” a collector’s choice group art exhibition, at SOLAR Gallery in East Hampton. The show runs from June 13 through Aug. 3, with visiting hours by appointment. An exhibition of works in a number of mediums, including paintings, photographs, prints and mixed media sculptures by 17 artists, “Mood […]

Pest Management

November 27th, 2003 (No Comments)

Along with crickets, which I described in my previous article, the house mouse is another all too prevalent fall invader. As temperatures drop, mice attempt to enter structures for what I refer to as the Survival Triangle; food, water and shelter. Our home and work environments pro vide those necessities to us; unfortunately, it provides […]

Controlling Crickets

October 3rd, 2003 (No Comments)

As we enter the autumn season, temperatures begin to drop and rainfall levels moderate. Leaves begin to fall to the ground and effectively act as mulch. This organic matter retains moisture and serves to insulate the ground, making leaf litter an ideal pest ecosystem. Combining these factors with insect pests trying to enter structures to […]