Solo Show at the Grenning Gallery

My exhibition at the Grenning Gallery opens this Saturday, August 24th. The reception will be from 6:30 to 8pm in Sag Harbor.

I’ve been painting on the East End of Long Island in the summers now for 14 years, and it’s always great to be back. Below are a few of the plein air paintings from this trip:

schiavonis iga sag harbor Solo Show at the Grenning Gallery

The IGA, Sag Harbor. 12 x 8 in, oil on panel.

gibson beach sunset Solo Show at the Grenning Gallery

Sunset on Gibson Beach. 8 x 12 in, oil on linen.

Sailboats Sag Harbor Solo Show at the Grenning Gallery

Sailboats, Sag Harbor. 8 x 12 in, oil on linen.

municipal building sag harbor Solo Show at the Grenning Gallery

The Municipal Building, Sag Harbor. 10 x 14 in, oil on panel.

sag harbor storefronts Solo Show at the Grenning Gallery

Sag Harbor Storefronts. 12 x 8 in, oil on panel.

watch factory sag harbor Solo Show at the Grenning Gallery

Scaffolding on the Old Watch Factory, Sag Harbor. 8 x 12 in, oil on linen.

main street 2 Solo Show at the Grenning Gallery

Main Street, Sag Harbor. 8 x 12 in, oil on panel.

main street 1 Solo Show at the Grenning Gallery

Early Morning, Main Street. 10 x 14 in, oil on panel.

Update: Here are a couple more:

watch factory Solo Show at the Grenning Gallery

The Old Watch Factory, Sag Harbor. 8 x 12 in, oil on panel.

sag harbor yatch club Solo Show at the Grenning Gallery

Sag Harbor Yacht Club. 10 x 14 in, oil on panel.

 

Solo show at the Grenning Gallery

montig Solo show at the Grenning Gallery

San Marcellino a Monti. Oil on linen, 2009, 70 x 54 inches.

I’m off for New York today and I’ll be away for three weeks, so most likely no blog updates. I did the catalog myself for my upcoming solo exhibition and exported a pdf if anyone would like to see it online (its just under 1 megabite). The show will be Tuscan landscapes from last year as well as a few of the sketches from Myanmar in February.

chinthe Solo show at the Grenning Gallery

Chinthe of Lawkananda Paya. Oil on panel, 2009, 10 x 14 inches.