DISPATCH - OCT 29, 2012 (11:20 a.m.)

HAMPTONS, NY

Sandy is swirling and conjuring a serious storm that's coming our way. Hopefully, she'll change her mind and head out to sea instead of towards land (and New Jersey). While waiting, here's some art from the whimsical to the serious to soften the edge of anticipation.

 

"Whirlwind" by Andrea Kowch. Photo: Gary Mamay. Courtesy Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery.

 

"The Cape" by Andrea Kowch. Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 84 inches. Courtesy Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery.

 

"Playful Mother Nature - Hurricane" by Christine Lidrbauch.

 

"View from the Bluff" by Warren Padula, 2012. Archival digital print, 54 x 36 inches.

 

“Untitled,” mid 1950′s by Alfonso Ossorio (1916 – 1990). Oil on masonite, 22.25 x 22.25 inches. Pollock – Krasner House and Study Center. Gift of the Ossorio Foundation. Photo courtesy of Pollock – Krasner House and Study Center.

 

"Tidal" by Sharon Horvath, 2012. Pigment, ink and polymer on paper mounted on canvas, 24 x 36 inches. Courtesy The Drawing Room.

Stay safe.

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  • Pat,
    Great idea for a post. Nothing could be more topical.

    • artsreporter

      Thanks! Posting anything else today seemed wrong.

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