Mary Ellen Bartley, who lives and works in Wainscott, will show 19 photographic works selected from five ongoing series
"Diebenkorn Blues" from Mary Ellen Bartley's series "Blue Books" is on view at Guild Hall beginning Saturday.
Mary Ellen Bartley, Guild Hall photos
"A Road Divided" from the series "Standing Open"
"Three Plus a Half" from the new series "Push 2 Stops"
The exhibition so enmeshes their work that it is difficult to divide one from the other.
Lee Krasner with “Stop and Go‚” from about 1949.
The Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society, New York
“pushing the color rather than the detail”
Mary Daunt’s preferred medium is pastels and her preferred brand is the one Edgar Degas used in 19th-century Paris.
Alan Shields was a central figure in the New York art world during the 1970s
Stevie” by the Ladd Brothers is one of the works in the Parrish Art Museum exhibition based on their experiences in Catholic school.
Alan Shields’s “Maze,” which he constructed from 1981 to 1982, is a blend of acrylic and thread on canvas, cotton belting, Velcro, and aluminum pipe, formed to make an 18-foot-square environment.
At GGrippo Art and Design in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill
At the Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue
At the John Drew Theater Lab at Guild Hall
At the Montauk Library
The show is nicely focused, rich with color and movement, and surprisingly balanced
Giancarlo Impiglia’s “Nature Fallacy” includes gold leaf among its acrylic paint on a camouflage canvas.