There is no doubt that living in NYC left me thinking about what I should be painting. Surrounded by concrete buildings and looking out on the even array of windows had an impact. At the same time, I was still dreaming about the Hamptons and everything that I love about the beach. I missed the fields, the water, the sky, and the dunes.
I started working on paintings that incorporate both worlds. Using veils of atmospheric color enclosed in geometric shapes I sought to translate in paint a parallel expression of being in nature.
I’ll be exhibiting these large canvases (4ft x 4ft) in “Mostly Abstract” September 26th and 27th at Ashawagh Hall in Springs, East Hampton. Please save the date on your calendar, an evite will come soon.
Hope to see you there,
- “Mostly Abstract”
- September 26th and September 27th
- Ashawagh Hall 780 Springs Fireplace Road East Hampton (Springs)
- Reception: Saturday September 26, 5 to 7 pm
- Open: Saturday , September 26 11am – 7pm, Sunday, 11am – 4pm