Tag: water

Art Review: “Sea Fever in Two Exhibitions at the Quogue Gallery”

Quogue Gallery is pleased to share the following excerpts from Hamptons Art Hub’s art review of our current shows, PIETER GREEFF | FACES OF THE SEA and MARSHALL CROSSMAN | WATER’S EDGE, on view through September 30th:

“For me, the smell of oil paint is the first sign I am about to enjoy some time viewing art. Top notes of linseed oil and Grumbacher are currently mingling with the illusion of salt air at the Quogue Gallery,
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Press Release: Marshall Crossman: “Water’s Edge”

| August 20 - September 30, 2015

Opening Reception: August 22, 4 – 7 p.m.

Quogue Gallery is pleased to present “Water’s Edge,” paintings by Marshall Crossman, a contemporary painter based in Pacifica, California, on the coast south of San Francisco. Primarily a studio painter working in oil on canvas, Crossman headed west in 1997 after growing up in the dead center of the country in Omaha, Nebraska, equally beyond reach of Pacific and the Atlantic. It is the Bay Area—both the physical surroundings and the artistic climate—that has informed her body of work.
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Press Release: Barbara Vaughn: “Optasia”

| June 26 - July 20, 2015

OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, July 4, 4-7 PM

ArtHamptons, July 2-5, 2015

Quogue Gallery is pleased to announce Optasia, an exhibition of new works by acclaimed photographer Barbara Vaughn.  Vaughn takes as her subject matter bodies of water from all across the world. By zooming in closely on and skillfully framing reflections cast by a vast array of structures and objects,
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Press Release: Barbara Vaughn: “Waterscapes”

| July 05 - August 14, 2014

 

Opening Reception: Saturday, July 5, 4:00–6:30 p.m.

Quogue Gallery is pleased to announce Waterscapes, an exhibition of recent works by the photographer Barbara Vaughn. Several years ago, having gained recognition for her extensive series of nudes in nature and portraiture work, Vaughn became increasingly eager to create images that moved beyond the confines of representational photography. She found her inspiration in 2007 when she observed highly stylized reflections dancing across the port waters of Greece.
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