Romany Kramoris Gallery is pleased to announce a group art exhibit featuring 3 artists; Linda Capello, Thomas Condon, and Isabel Pavão.
Linda Capello is a master of figure drawing. A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, she worked in the NYC fashion industry for over 20 years. She is listed in Who's Who of American Women and received the Miriam Russo Enders Award: For Works on Paper, from the National Association of Woman Artists (May 2009) for her red conte drawing, So Inclined.
The focus of Thomas Condon’s work reflects the New England town throughout the seasons. There is a sense of alienation, a moodiness. His streets are devoid of human activity. Condon is especially interested in the play of shadow and light in his work. After having retired from many years in publishing, he divides his time between New York City, East Hampton, and Fort Lauderdale.
Isabel Pavão’s “Impressions Series” represents a phase of her work that she has been working on since 2014 and integrates as usual, intimations of past work, enduring patterns of inner experience and conceptual processes as a continuous work in progress being a reflection on the “act of painting”. The main source of inspiration comes from Nature, referring to her autobiographical surroundings, the garden, the sea shore and swimming in the sea. Pavão was born in Porto, Portugal, and currently lives and works in New York city.