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. This show will include the following Sag Harbor paintings from the week before the show.
The IGA, Sag Harbor. 12 x 8 in, oil on panel.
Sunset on Gibson Beach. 8 x 12 in, oil on linen.
Sailboats, Sag Harbor. 8 x 12 in, oil on linen.
The Municipal Building, Sag Harbor. 10 x 14 in, oil on panel.
Sag Harbor Storefronts. 12 x 8 in, oil on panel.
Scaffolding on the Old Watch Factory, Sag Harbor. 8 x 12 in, oil on linen.
Main Street, Sag Harbor. 8 x 12 in, oil on panel.
Early Morning, Main Street. 10 x 14 in, oil on panel.
Update: Here are a couple more:
The Old Watch Factory, Sag Harbor. 8 x 12 in, oil on panel.
I thought I should briefly mention a couple of exhibitions I have on this month. The first is a number of small sketches at Ann Long Fine Art in Charleston, SC and the exhibition webpage is here. The second is the Converge show organized by Allison Malafronte in New York. It opens this Friday and the website for the exhibition is here.
This summer I’m skipping my usual solo show. I missed half a year of painting in 2011 and wont have enough work unfortunately. I will have new work at the Haynes Galleries in Maine and with the Grenning Gallery on Long Island. In September I’ll have some work on show in London with Constantine Lindsay.