Working in Bay Point Studio

Working in Bay Point Studio                                                                                        photo credit Gary J. Mamay

Most of you who know me know I love to paint outdoors but of course that isn’t always practical.  I’m so lucky to have my studio by the sea.  I can actually see a postage stamp view of the water through the glass doors.  That’s really important to me, as I can gauge the mood of the sea with just a glance.

Even when I’m working on a painting that isn’t water, I have a very strong sense of where I am in the world.  It all goes into the mysterious mix in ways that can’t be analyzed with any certainty.  I’m quite sure that if I lived in the middle of the country, or even on the West Coast,  I would not be creating the images I make here.  Where an artist lives and works is an essential part of the what makes their art unique.

Living at the beach makes me happy and that goes into the paintings!

Until next time,


Upcoming Show:

Art & Fashion Benefit for Peconic Land Trust
“Ocean and Flower Field Paintings”
by Casey Chalem Anderson
Tuesday May 24-Monday May 30
Reception:Saturday, May 28, 4-7 pm
(10% of sales Clothing and Art donated to the Peconic Land Trust)
Eileen Fisher
26 Newtown Lane, East Hampton

Store Hours: 10 am-6pm


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