“Sea Something, Save Something” is a ‘call-to-action’ art show featuring many local artists of Long Island including founder Kara Hoblin. The purpose of the show is to raise awareness and build community around the shared goal of protecting our marine environment. “Sea Something, Save Something” functions as a ‘pop-up’ art exhibition rotating to different venues. The first installation of the show benefited Cornell Cooperative Extension Marine Program and took place at Castello Di Borghese Vineyard and Winery on April 29th, 2017. On the evening of the opening, guests enjoyed specially priced pours of Borgehese wines, food donated by numerous local establishments, and a special gift bag for anyone who purchases a piece of artwork or signs up for CCE’s Back to the Bays Membership Program. There were snacks provided by Love Lane Kitchen, Lombardi’s Love Lane Market, and noah’s! LIVE MUSIC by our local gem Julia King!
“ This event is just as important to bring together two amazing artist communities from the North and South Fork. Hopefully through these events we can build a bridge and create a truly flourishing and connected artist network. As we grow together in unity towards a common, meaningful, and important endeavor my hope is we can truly bring positive change to our environment and community. As artists we have a very special gift that can provide a visual guide to raise awareness and bring forth action in defense of our beloved planet.” Kara Hoblin, Artist and Creator of Sea Something, Save Something.
Some of the multi-talented artists exhibiting are Scott Bluedorn, Dalton Portella, Randee Post Daddona, Cindy Pease Roe, Peter Spacek, Idoline Duke, Dan Welden, Michele Dragonetti, Sarah Prescott , Kelly Franké, Estefany Molina, Kara Hoblin, Madison Fender, Emma Ballou – Artist, Candace Ceslow, Jon Schusteritsch, Jeremy Garretson, Pete Treiber, Rossa Cole, Tom Dash, Chris Hamilton, Paul Kreling and more.