Hamptons Life

At the Galleries

Event: This Saturday,February 17, 2018 East Hampton

OPENING at JANET LEHR FINE ARTS, Starbucks Passage

VALENTINE & ART:TOGETHER FOREVER

February 17th through March 7th, 2018

Love is in the air at Janet Lehr Fine Arts, all are welcome.  The Color of Red will set the mood for a lively evening.  Dress Code: A Touch of Red,  will brighten up our JLFA  cocktail reception, from 8 – 11pm

Event: This Saturday,February 17, 2018 East Hampton

OPENING at JANET LEHR FINE ARTS, Starbucks Passage

VALENTINE & ART:TOGETHER FOREVER

February 17th through March 7th, 2018

Love is in the air at Janet Lehr Fine Arts, all are welcome.  The Color of Red will set the mood for a lively evening.  Dress Code: A Touch of Red,  will brighten up our JLFA  cocktail reception, from 8 – 11pm

    Bert Stern, Marilyn Monroe photographs, several unique, will surely evoke a mood of desire.  Paintings and sculpture by contemporary artists David Demers, Adam Handler, Ron Agam, Haim Mizrahi, Colin Christian, Christopher Deeton and Shimon Okshteyn will be shown along with paintings of flower studies by Warren Brandt and Paul Georges and figure studies by Balcomb Greene and Paul Resika.


ADAM HANDLER: Ballad Girl  Acrylic & Oil stick on canvas  58×78 inches

SHIMON OKSHTEYN: Dream   Mixed Media  72×74.5×2 inches


SHIMON OKSHTEYN: Leopard Show  Mixed Media 70×50 inches                     

There are many other works to ‘tease’ the senses.  I’m sure that you know David Demers and Haim Mizrahi, both as thoughtful, and skillful abstract painters.  All I did was say ‘RED’ and that got them thinking out of their box, and some wonderful works resulted.

DAVID DEMERS   Love is in the Air; Oil on canvas, 2018; 40 x 60 in.

HAIM MIZRAHI  Love Me Tender, Acrylic on canvas, 2018  70 x 40 in.

As promised, there are lifetime prints from Bert Stern’s ‘Last Sitting’.

BERT STERN  Marilyn with Violet Roses Unique 72×53 inches

BERT STERN  Marilyn with Green Roses Unique 72×53 inches

Photographs of Marilyn, several are unique works created only for us in the early 1990’s.

WARREN BRANDT,  Iris & Indian Bag  Oil on canvas, 1992  35 x 37 inches

RON AGAM, White Orchid  Photograph 48 x 48 inches 

To grace the Holiday further there are figure studies by Paul Resika and Balcomb Greene.

And other WoNDERFUL images.

Would love it if you could join us to oogle the goodies and have a drink with us.

R.S.V.P. Appreciated

If you won’t be joining us Saturday or would like an e-exhibition catalogue, please let me know. 

 

 

Janet Lehr Fine Arts East Hampton
OPENING SATURDAY August 5, 2017
5;30-8PM

PRESENTS:  An Overview of Modernism

CHEZ PRUNIER (STILL LIFE WITH SEVEN FISH)
Oil on canvas, c. 1924 32 x 25 ¾ in. (81.3 x 65.4 cm.)
Signed and titled on the stretcher “CHEZ PRUNIER PARIS, MARSDEN HARTLEY”
$725,000.

Alvin Langdon Coburn photographed the Steel Mills in Pittsburgh in 1910 – That predates standard definitions for the advent of American Precisionism.
ALVIN LANGDON COBURN Jones and Laughlin Steel Mill (Close up), Pittsburgh Platinum print with silver wash, c.1910
ABRAHAM WALKOWITZ New York Cityscape, with Brooklyn Bridge Pencil on paper, 1911 10.5 x 8 inches
$25,000.
ABRAHAM WALKOWITZ New York Cityscape as Seen Thru Bridge Charcoal on paper, 1913 12.25 x 6.5 inches $25,000.
Morgan Russell Portrait of Cezanne / (verso) Still Life Oil on board, c. 1912 15.75 x 13.84 inches
$110,000

 


 

Ed Segal

In Sag Harbor Tulla Booth Gallery, 66 Main Street, is showing the photographs of Stephen Wilkes, Daniel Jones, Dawn Watson, and Blair Seagrams.

Nadia Ernestus ,Billy Sonenfield, Lena Yaramenko
Eric Fishl, Margaret Garrett, April Gornik

And just down the block at 26 Main Street where she moved from Watermill Sara Nightingale Gallery is showing a group exhibition #friendswithboats which examines some of the symbols inherent in boats to benefit the Breakwater Yacht Club’s Youth Scholarship program.

Sara Nightingale

The exhibition features Ani Antreasyan, Scott Bluedorn, Nuala Clarke, Rossa Cole, Rose Marie Cromwell, Elizabeth Dow, Glenn Fischer, Melora Griffis, Sylvia Hommert, Donald Lipski, Kelly Neidig, Barry Underwood, Suzanne Unrein, Judith Simonian, and Mark Webber and will be on view until July 6.

Monika Oklo, Brendan Murphy

And across the street and up the block a bit at 95 Main Street Monika Olko Gallery is showing Brendon MurphyThe Lightness of BeingPaintings and sculpture by the artist in his unique style, a dynamic mix of abstract and figurative form.

Ellen Ashenfarb, Monika Oklo