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Art Studio Closes Its Doors

Huntington Station site opened in October.

An art studio in Huntington Station has gone out of business.

Silverpoint Studios, at 330 Nassau Road, opened in October.

"Unfortunately we had to close the art studio," Craig Barrack said. "Our timing was not good with Hurricane Sandy."

Barrack and his wife, Lily, had planned to offer numerous classes in photography, design and painting.

Barrack, a Manhattan native who now lives in Huntington, works as a conductor on various lines of the Long Island Rail Road but his roots in art run deep.

He has studied at both the School of Visual Arts and the Art Students League. And he has put on a one-man show at the OK Harris gallery in SoHo.

Donna Bemiss January 23, 2013 at 03:21 PM
Would you like to host a couple of art shows outdoors under our big tent in the spring and summer?? Please contact Oakwood Road Nursery when we reopen for spring after March 15th 2012. We are interested in your talent.
Linda Otta January 23, 2013 at 03:42 PM
Maybe he should apply here. http://huntington.patch.com/articles/recruiting-arts-director-positions-open
BK13 January 23, 2013 at 11:05 PM
sorry to hear :(

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