June 16 - July 7 2022 Group Show

Michael Albert
Muriel Hanson Falborn
Lutha Leahy-Miller
Pingree Louchheim
Kelly Nelson

June 16 – July 7, 2022

Saturday, June 18, 5-6:30 PM

Michael Albert has been creating art since his college days at New York University (BPA / 1984-1988), where he studied business. During that time, he became interested in art after visiting many of the great museums of New York City and seeing many great masterpieces, and soon after began making art in his own personal quest to create a masterpiece worthy of hanging at a major museum. His art has evolved from doodles and pen & ink, to serious wax oil drawings, to the cubist mosaic cereal box collages (Cerealism) he has become known for. In the past two decades he has been creating large-scale “Epic” collage works using the cardboard packaging of iconic consumer brands on various themes including: History, Literature, Famous Quotes, Biblical & Religious themes, Music, Lyrics, Clocks, Botany, Mathematics, Geography, Logo Montages & Color Studies.

Painter and gardener, Muriel Hanson Falborn, has painted florals for 40 years. “Flowers and plants are the truly perfect organisms, needing only sunlight and water and freedom from harm. That is why my paintings are figuratively and literally about them. When I paint a picture without them, I usually add them. They are so miraculous, in the form and colors, I wanted to exhibit my love for them.”

Conceived in a dark NY winter and born the son of a surfer in CA in 1976,
Lutha Leahy-Miller is the natural inheritant of both NY and CA surfing and surf art. All straight through his blood, bones, & marrow; no choice but to surf and make art…
Lutha expresses the speed and flow of surfing via hand drawn 2D images laden with intense color that include stylized speed or motion lines to illustrate the path and velocity a surfer takes across a wave.

Pingree W. Louchheim, (PWL), has been interested in painting and photography all her life. Her first photo assignment was to take her sixth grade class picture with a Baby Brownie. She studied at the Parsons School of Design and received a BFA from Yale University.
She worked as a graphic artist and moved to the East End with her husband and three children in 1971. She began taking photographs for the Southampton Press and other publications and had a solo show of her photographs at the Parish Art Museum.

Kelly Nelson has wanted to spend more time painting throughout most of her life. Ever since she’s made Shelter Island her home, she is enjoying branching out and finding more time to do what she loves; paint!

July 7 2022 Group Show

 Casey Chalem Anderson
Adriana Barone
Roger Sichel

July 7 - July 28, 2022

Saturday, July 9, 5-6:30 PM

Casey Chalem Anderson is a Greenwich Village native who passionately creates oil paintings of and inspired by the Hamptons landscape and its natural forms. Casey splits her time between Sag Harbor and New York City, immersing herself in both natural and urban artistic worlds. Casey can often be found at the beach, observing the changes in time, color, and weather, which manifest on her canvases as a balance between tranquility and visual stimulation. Her paintings are collected by those who wish to access that serenity and the emotional lift of color that her work so uniquely offers. The colors motivate her to create this parallel world in paint. These pieces are a creative interpretation of the ocean, where the artist feels most grounded.

Adriana Barone is a graduate of Pratt Institute with a major in Fine Art and a minor in Art History. But she put art making on the shelf as she felt at the time that there were already too many objects. Young minds…..

In 1994 Adriana moved to Sag Harbor from the City when she changed careers from Art Directing to Energy Healing. In addition to her healing practice she spends massive amounts of time art making. “Today I am consumed with the challenge of the canvas…the challenge of bringing spontaneity, freedom and life force to my work by combining intuitive mark making, imagery, humor and a healthy dose of frustration and futility. I paint to paint and I relish the breakthroughs when they happen and I sit in the struggle sometimes impatiently, sometimes hopeful that this too shall pass."

 Photographer, Artist and Festival Producer, Roger Sichel’s prolific creative experience spans generations and genres. From creating one of New York’s first artistic film festivals with judges Andy Warhol, Gore Vidal and Milos Forman to producing rock concerts with the Doors, Four Seasons and Isaac Hayes nationwide, Roger identifies most as a cultural observer and photographic journalist. Sichel has now entered the next phase of his artistic career and is choosing to explore neo-pop mixed media, inspired by his own life, as well as current events, while simultaneously preserving the legacy of his work in photojournalism.

Grandpa Magic

Magic Demonstration &
Book Signing

 Saturday, June 18
3:30 - 5 PM

Join us this Father’s Day Weekend, Saturday, June 18, from 3:30-5 PM at Romany Kramoris Gallery, where Allan Zola Kronzek will be demonstrating close-up magic and signing copies of his book of tricks, “Grandpa Magic”; 116 tricks, stunts, and brainteasers that will engage the grandchildren and provide giggles, jaw-dropping awe, and wonderful memories.

Guaranteed to make grandparenting even more fun, Grandpa Magic is sure to entertain—and crack up—the grandkids. From the old pull-a-quarter-from-behind-a-kid’s-ear trick and “removing your thumb” to card tricks, stunts for the dinner table, and verbal puzzles that surprise and delight, there’s something for everyone. Step-by-step illustrations make them easy to learn.

Peter Lipman-Wulf

Romany Kramoris Gallery is pleased to announce an exclusive showing of watercolors painted by the artist Peter Lipman-Wulf while in exile.


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PO Box 2664
Sag Harbor, NY  11963
(631) 725-2499

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Closed some Tues & Weds
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