Killcare is a home I’ve photographed many times. This one was from two years ago, and I’ll printing it for my upcoming show at Ashawagh Hall in East Hampton.
The show will take place on Martin Luther King weekend (Jan 19-21), and the hours on Saturday and Sunday are from 10 to 8 and on Monday from 10 to 4. There will be a reception on Saturday January 19th from 5pm until 8pm. I’ll be showing many of my new black and whites along with other landscapes and recent work.
Our show announcement:
In addition to myself, the show features the work of painters Cynthia Loewen, Lynn Martell, Alyce Peifer, Jerry Schwabe and Pam Vossen. Mary Milne will also be showing her wonderful fusion glass.
Everyone has new work for the show and all have displayed extensively in the area, including at Guild Hall, the Crazy Monkey Gallery, Chrysallis and elsewhere.
Cynthia Loewen is a realist painter (and stipple artist) from East Hampton and the founder of the very publicized Community Arts Project in Springs. She will be showing many recent oils and also some drawings and portraits.
Lynn Martell is a gifted watercolorist and oil painter who studied at the Art Students League in Manhattan and who has displayed extensively in East Hampton and in Greenport. She will have many new pieces at the show.
Alyce Peifer has displayed in juried shows throughout Long Island and in NYC. She will be showing a number of new landscapes and seascapes which reflect the many lovely aspects of our local light.
Jerry Schwabe works in various media including sculpture, oils, acrylics and watercolors. He studied at the National Academy of Fine Arts and also at the Art Students League. His award-winning work has been displayed at many solo shows in East Hampton.
Pam Vossen studied at the Art League of Long Island, and has shown at BJ Spoke, Chrysallis and Guild Hall. Recently she has been producing beautiful oil landscapes, along with still lifes and pastel portraits. She’ll have lots of new work at the show.
Mary works in spectacular multilayered fusion glass and studied at Pratt, Urban Glass and also at The New York School For Interior Design. Her work is decorative and sculptural and demonstrates her sensitive handling of colors.
Ashawagh Hall is located at 780 Springs-Fireplace Road in the historic area of Springs. From the hall, it’s just a short walk to Accabonac Harbor, The Springs General Store and the Pollock-Krasner House. Email me if you have any further questions about the show or if you need assistance with directions.
Note: The upcoming January show was rescheduled to its current date after hurricane Sandy. Comments from my original October post are logged below.
By the way, the original post for Killcare (with details about that water ripple) can be read here: