Gallery is open Fri - Sat-Sun. 12-4 and by appt. Visit our virtual gallery at to select paintings for private viewings or to purchase online. You may safely pickup or we can ship. Masks and social distancing for your safety.  

Our Current Exhibition - "Boats and Bridges" by Brian Keeler

View Current Exhibition "Boats and Bridges"
 USA                           Italy

Arc of the Diver- Beebe Lake, Ithaca, NY

"Arc of the Diver- Beebe Lake"giclee prints available 26x30


This new art vid on painting is titled, "Painting the Finger Lakes Plein AIr." It will include over 2 hours of in depth instruction featuring several paintings of Keuka, Seneca and Cayuga Lakes.  I think this is my most thorough and comprehensive vid yet.  Among the chapters will be a slide show on the essential concepts of painting- worth a year in art school by itself.   

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Zingology Plays Gypsy Swing
August 25th - 5 to 8 pm

For dancers and listeners at the North Star Art Gallery- Sunday, August 25th from 5 to 8.   $10 suggested donation for musicians.  Fully vaccinated only.


Concert on the deck for the band and the lawn for the audience.  In the event of rain it will be an indoor house concert.

So bring a chair, your dance shoes and enjoy the garden, pond and check out the new show of "Bridges and Boats" in the gallery.  


RSVP's appreciated at (607) 323-7684‬ or

Keeler’s work has won wide acclaim over the years. His paintings have been collected by many individuals, corporations, and museums. Two books have been illustrated by Keeler, one a children’s book and the other a treatise on a mystical theme. He also authored an art instructional book, Dramatic Color in the Landscape, published in 2014 by North Light Books.

Keeler has won many prestigious prizes over his career and his work has been featured in a career retrospective in 2018 at the Roberson Museum in Binghamton, New York.

Learn more about Brian Keeler and his work on Youtube and Facebook or at the North Star Art Gallery website.

Click here to read interview of Brian Keeler in Sobelle Style