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    Irene     Greenhalgh
Past President of the Amityville Artists Circle 2005-2010.


Studied with Shirley Malone of Amityville, Louise Fucci, Jeff Webb and Lucy Taylor at the Art League of Long Island, the New School and others all of whom influenced my art, and to whom I am very grateful.


Exhibited at the Art League of LI member show at B. J. Spoke Gallery, Huntington; East End Arts Council Flora and Fauna Juried Exhibit; Clothesline Show, Guild Hall, East Hampton; Long Island Home Employee Exhibit; Town of Oyster Bay Rotational Art Exhibit; Fire Island Lighthouse Annual Exhibit; the Circle Gallery of the Amityville Artists Circle and many others.


Work in Collections:  Mr. & Mrs. Michael Weinkrantz,  Mr. & Mrs. Richard Handler, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Sullivan,
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Basse; 21 Greene Avenue, Amityville and Amityville Village Hall and many others. 

Collaborated with other members of the 
Amityville Artists Circle in the design and execution of a forty foot mural “From Salt Hay to Modern Day” on permanent exhibit in the Amityville Public Library Community Room made possible by a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts.

Awards:  Favorite of Show at South Oaks/Long Island Home Annual Employee Art Exhibit for three years,  Honorable Mention BACCA member show, Second Place People’s Choice Award at the United Methodist Church Annual Fine Arts Exhibit.

As a registered nurse, specializing in psychiatric mental health nursing, I strongly support the use of art as a vehicle to express and maintain well-being for both patients and staff at South Oaks Hospital in originating and coordinating the annual employee art exhibit.







All artwork on this website is the exclusive copyright property of the artist and may not be reproduced in any form without my express written permission.








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At unveiling of Amityville Artists Circle mural “From Salt
Hay to Modern Day” at the Amityville Public Library Community Room. 
November 16, 2003