Five and Dime - 14 x 11 Oil on Canvas

 The Artwork of

Barbara Hadden

November 4 – November 29, 2021

 

Reception:
Saturday, November 13, 5-6:30 PM

Barbara Hadden, a realist painter, has lived in Sag Harbor for 30+ years. She paints the harbor’s architecture – homes, streets, shops, and farmscapes. Her landscapes and architectural portraits of Sag Harbor and the East End of the 1800 and 1900’s, reveal a vanishing quaintness. Hadden’s pieces bestow honor on the town’s historic stature through her poised lines and crisp color combinations. From buildings painted in color-block style to the rustling of a flag flying on the windmill flagpole, simple at first look – attention is paid to detail and positions and endless and effortless shading.

 A devotee of Edward Hopper, her style is crisp and clean. Her live models are the architecture, streets, and shops of Sag Harbor, painted in a style solitary, stark, and pure. Her scenarios are devoid of human figures, emitting a mysterious and even haunting sense of drama. Longtime residents will recognize an otherworldliness from times past. A mood created by nuanced soft light and shadow, the paintings are subdued with an inner even mystical light. Silence is allowed to seep in. Contrary to the lonely and empty moods she creates, she counteracts this melancholy with her often bright palette, capturing sunlight on the architecture and fields.

Reverence for Road Signs and Travelers

Christopher Engel

Virtual Gallery Show

 and showing in the gallery
August 12 – September 2, 2021

Reception: Saturday, August 14, 2021, 5-6:30 PM

The works in Engel’s abstract and figurative series, “Reverence for Road Signs and Travelers,” reference calligraphy, graffiti, marks on walls, tar patches, ripples in water – lines bending into patterns of vibrant colors rushing together in a dazzling display of forms reminiscent of hieroglyphics and simultaneously related to the fabric of life itself. Signs and symbols along the human journey. The faces and figures of “travelers” swirl with numeric symbols, words, and collaged images. We are reminded of moments occurring in the past and continuing their existence in the present, then proceeding on to the future. They ripple, reverberate, and echo their ancient wisdom.

Visit us at 41 Main Street, Sag Harbor

Through the Summer 2021 

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.

Address

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

Open Hours

Open 7 days from 11am -7pm
Closed some Tues & Weds
Open later weekend nights

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