Now showing in our restaurant for the month of December!
NYC native born in 1926, Joseph has been painting and documenting his favorite city since his first exhibition here in 1954.
Having learned his craft at The Art Student’s League, Greenberg created an extensive series of large oil canvases depicting life in Manhattan, including stunning studies of the city at night and in near darkness.
Clay and Cloth sculptures by Victoria Bellinger and Everet.
At Enoteca Maria, we welcome artists from the North Shore and other parts of Staten Island to bring their art to our table. We’re devoting a space just for you, to feature a selection of art work each month in our virtual gallery…Enoteca Galleria.
We invite you to submit a series of three to five images of your work: (photographs or images of your paintings, drawings, sculptures, metal work, or files of your graphic design.
Please email (content at enotecamaria dot com) your selections, along with your name, location, and web address (if available).
Submission guidlines: .jpg or .png, 72dpi, max width 750 pixels, max height 500 pixels.
All images remain in the copyright of the artist and are used by permission.
There is no fee for entry or compensation for use.
Artists whose images are selected for the gallery will be notified by email.
Posted on April 14, 2015 - by wervil
Everyone loves meals their “nonnas” (grandmothers) make. In this month’s Read Before Eating podcast, Valerie Smaldone speaks with the man behind the popular Enoteca Maria on Staten Island, New York, where each day different nonnas prepare meals that are specific to their region of Italy. Jody Scaravella brings the stories to life in the book NONNA’S HOUSE: Cooking and Reminiscing with the Italian Grandmothers of Enoteca Maria. Valerie also chats with a couple of the authentic nonnas who preside over the kitchen at the restaurant.