August 18 - September 8, 2022
Sautrday, August 20, 5-6:30 PM
Thomas Condon, who is a regular exhibitor at The Romany Kramoris Gallery in Sag Harbor, New York, is principally known for his lush landscapes and floral compositions which are inspired by the natural settings from his homes in the Hamptons, New York City and Florida.
A native New Englander, Tom’s architectural canvases, by contrast, are characterized by a sense of stark separateness, devoid of human presence and activity, yet filled with it. His work is clearly inspired by Edward Hopper.
Barbara Groot grew up in Southern California with the sun and light illuminating the landscape. Now living and working in East Hampton, she finds the light on the East End equally special and energizing.
“This energy has charged and influenced the work plus my ongoing desire to reinvent the immediacy of the ever changing moments in nature,” says Groot. “The paintings contain active and bold brushwork to pursue the energy felt in our natural world. A strong, personal and inventive layered use of color gives these paintings a fresh, lush and sometimes surprising view into the world around us. The use of linear elements further vitalize the brushwork.”
Richard Denning has studied at the Art Students League, NYC with twenty years of classes in drawing, watercolor, and workshops at Asilomar. Pacific Grove, California (near Big Sur), Hudson River School (near West Point). Denning’s main artistic interest is in figures and landscapes. His commission work includes views of San Francisco Bay Golden Gate Bridge, and Holiday Calendars done for commercial clients in each of the past 25 years.
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