Next weekend I’ve been invited by my friend Lynn Martell to a wonderful show she’s putting together here at Ashawagh Hall in East Hampton: Five For Fall.
In addition to my work, the show will feature the work of four painters whose work range from realism to abstract reductions and collage assemblies. Show times will run from 11am – 8pm Saturday November 8th, and from 11 am – 5pm Sunday November 9th. There will be a cocktail reception Saturday, November 8th from 5 – 8pm. Ashawagh Hall is located at 780 Springs-Fireplace Road in East Hampton and is walking distance from the Springs General Store and the Pollock-Krasner House.
I’ve assembled a new group of black and whites for this show, along several of my recent semi-abstractions from the cranberry bog. I’ll also have a group of miniatures and new color pieces including the one shown above on our invitation.
Some details about the painters:
Lynn Martell is a gifted oil painter and watercolorist whose body of work highlights luminescence and contrast in the East End landscape during the four seasons. She studied at the Art Student’s League in Manhattan and has showed her work extensively here on the East End. Lynn will be showing a new group of seascapes and garden paintings.
Joan Furia Klutch is a member of the American Watercolor Society and is a painter in several mediums and a printmaker who has won awards in in national juried competitions. Her paintings reflect an expressionist palette abstracting nature’s shapes, colors and lines. She was a scholarship student at the National Academy of Design, Pratt Graphics Center, the Art Students League, and Received her BFA from LIU Southampton.
Cynthia Loewen is a well respected realist painter who works in watercolor and vibrant acrylics specializing in landscapes and seascapes. She’s displayed at many shows here in East Hampton and will be participating in Arthamptons International Art Festival in 2015. Cynthia is also represented by three galleries in Pennsylvania.
Born in London, Peter Gumpel, studied architecture at Pratt and at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. His work has been shown in New York, Philadelphia and here on eastern Long Island. He is a figurative watercolorist using factual rendition as a stimulus to create images that capture the essence of the scene or figure.
If you have questions about the show please send me an email at the contact link.