Hamptons & East End

“I paint my two loves: NYC and the East End. Although opposites, they seem to me illuminated by the same wild improbable light… the promise that anything is possible.” Marcia is an oil on canvas NYC painter

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I received the destination of Gyotaku Master following countless classes and a 6 year apprenticeship under Japanese Master Mineo Yamamoto. I am inspired to create my art by the look on people’s faces who enter my studio

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Like many other artists I fell in love with the East End of Long Island, its extraordinary light, the ocean and its wide pristine beaches and the clean air, the quaint and lazy shorelines of Shelter Island.

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Painting has become a necessary endeavor in my life.  The inquiry, colors, surprises and challenges are all food for my soul.  The more I try, the more ideas I have.  Beauty in nature inspires my creative impulse. 

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Artist Bio In late 2007, the urge to express, the necessity to create a visual record, came rushing forward into Steve Haweeli’s life. The compulsion to paint came with hesitation and fear. He labored in his subterranean

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Michael Cardacino, a multimedia artist who lives and works in Springs, East Hampton, NY.  His art, realized in sculpture, installations, stills and performance pieces on paper and video, evidences an unusual representational take on how art can

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As Best in Show winner of Hamptons Art Hub’s online competition “View from Home,” Mark Webber submitted sculpture from his prolonged series “Structures:Walls:Portals” which explores qualities related to architecture but are firmly sculpture and the conceptual line

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Kurt Giehl is an artist residing in East Hampton, New York.  Giehl is a painter using a combination of oil and acrylics.  After a successful 23 years on Wall Street, Giehl decided to leave his financial career

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“Almost Captured” by Phyllis Hammond, 2017. Aluminum, 18 x 14 x 20 inches. Courtesy of the artist.

I work spontaneously. My sculptures are made of found objects; it just so happens that the found objects are ones that I’ve created. In the late 1950’s I worked for one of the first company’s building mainframe

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Peter studied art at Croydon College of Art and Hampstead School of Art in London, and at West Dean College in Sussex, England. For many years he worked internationally as an award-winning film editor, on features, documentaries,

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An award-winning, freelance artist based on Long Island, Jim Sabiston began his visual arts career as a painter, but with the advent of the digital camera, he left painting behind and committed himself to the art of

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Artist Statement My process is fluid, creating space for: the adult, the experimental inquisitive one, the child with a five second attention span. The challenge when making abstract work is keeping an open mind when imagery and

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“Art is not a mirror held up to reality but a hammer with which to shape it”.  ― Bertolt Brecht . With an MFA from Pratt Institute and teaching positions at Rochester Institute of Technology, Fashion Institute of Technology,

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As an admirer of modern architecture the inspiration for my photography has come from a desire to honor the spare, clean lines of the aesthetic. Being based both on Long Island and in New York City I

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Marc Veit Schwaer is an award-winning German photo artist who studied photography at the State Academy of Photo Design in Munich (Germany). He graduated in 1998. He lived and worked in Munich, Berlin and Hamburg, where he

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Grew up in Southern California with the sun and light illuminating the landscape ! Entered the fashion industry in Los Angeles, then on to San Francisco and finally to New York City. Designed for several major fashion

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Painting is Michele D’Ermo’s response to the timeless beauty that is observed within the natural world. Art and nature both rely on impulse allowing her work to be uninhibited and unfiltered reaching for what lies beneath the surface. A

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Photographer Michele Dragonetti is a native Long Islander whose recent work has been focused primarily on her Boat Hulls series, which began in the marinas of Montauk several years ago. She has since expanded it nationally and

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