“When the Sky Floats” 30 x 40 inches oil/canvas by Casey Chalem Anderson

Living in the Hamptons after the official season has enormous benefits. Not only is the traffic thinner, but the skies put on a show of intense color not seen in the summer months. One of the many reasons I love Towd Point so much is the opportunity to witness how courageously a thin strip of land can hold ground. Surrounded by water that could engulf it at any moment, it reminds us of the delicate edge we all live on.

The sky floods with colored light, and the sea reflects all the action above. You could stand on your head to see the view upside down, and the sensation would be the same. This completed painting will be included in my ongoing “36 Views of Towd Point” series.

You can see other paintings of mine at Seagreen Designs at 68 Jobs Lane in Southampton https://www.seagreendesignsllc.com/about-us/, open every day through the season. I’m in Sag Harbor, working in my first-time officially heated studio; if you have any questions. Yay!

Romany Kramoris Gallery 41 Main Street Sag Harbor also has a few of my paintings on display through January 22 https://kramorisgallery.com/

For Prints of my work, click: https://www.artfullywalls.com/art-prints?query=casey%20chalem%20anderson

Happy Holidays! (be sure to take the time to notice the Nature around you and take in a deep breath of salt air)

xo Casey

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