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Amy Worth was as a textile artist for over twenty five years. Her designs, in fabric and wallpaper, are part of the product lines of Ralph Lauren, Paloma Picasso, Calvin Klein and many others. Worth taught Fashion Design & Illustration, a program she created, at Huntington High School for twelve years. She also owned and operated The South Street Gallery in Greenport with her late husband, Tom Payne.


She works currently in oils, collage and fiber.


Her past shows include:

Long Island Biennial August 4-September 11 2018 Heckscher Museum of Art Huntington NY Roots Art Show, Fundraiser for OLA of Eastern Long Island, April 2019 Southampton Cultural Center curator Juror Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival 2018 and 2020 Face to Face, Long Island Museum June - September 2019

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