2014 ARF Pet calendar
The perfect gift for any animal lover! The delightful 2014 ARF Pet Calendar is filled with photos of dogs and cats, some with homes and some without. Displayed on a coffee table or kept beside the telephone, this desk calendar is beautiful AND functional.
ON SALE NOW $25
Click here to purchase your calendar online. Calendars are also available at the Adoption Center and the Thrift Shop in Sagaponack. To purchase over the phone call Kathy at 631-537-0400 x214.
Cover Art by Malcolm Morley (British 1931)
Malcolm Morley is a painter with an unusually diverse career, working in styles as varied as Photo Realism and Neo-Expressionism. Born in North London, Morley had a rough childhood and only began painting during a stint in prison. Upon his release, Morley first studied at the Camberwell School of Arts, and then at the Royal College of Art. Morley frequently painted ships and planes from sources including photographs, newspapers and model airplanes; he returned to these subjects throughout his career. Inspired by American Abstract Expressionism, Morley moved to New York City in 1958, where he became friends with Abstract Expressionist painter Barnett Newman. In 1964, however, Morley was influenced by the pop art of Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein and pioneered Photo Realism – or “superrealism,” as he preferred to call it – in which he created copies of Old Master Paintings and images from brochures and watercolors, while drawing on imagery from Greek mythology. He expanded his gestural work in the 1980’s to become a leader of Neo-Expressionism, for which he won the first annual Turner Prize in 1984. At the end of the decade, Morley began pushing the three-dimensional components of his paintings into sculpture. Now in his eighties, Morley continues to reshape and reinvent his work. He lives and works in Brookhaven, NY.