Recent Activities

April 27, 2017 – May 25, 2017 – Annual Spring Flower Show – Romany Kramoris Gallery – Sag Harbor, NY

Spring 2017 – Artists Members Exhibition 2017 – Guild Hall – East Hampton, NY

November 25, 2016 – January 15, 2017 – Holiday Invitational – Romany Kramoris Gallery – Sag Harbor, NY

August 13, 2016 – Bridgehampton Museum Show & Auction – Bridgehampton, NY

May 7, 2016 – June 12, 2016 – 2016 Central Adirondack Art Show – The View – Old Forge, NY

May 5, 2016 – May 26, 2016 – Spring! Flowers & Fields Show – Romany Kramoris Gallery – Sag Harbor, NY

May 2016 – Sag Harbor Whaling Museum Show – Sag Harbor, NY

November 21, 2015 – January 17, 2016 – Holiday Invitational – Romany Kramoris Gallery – Sag Harbor, NY

August 15, 2015 – Bridgehampton Museum Silent Art Auction – Bridgehampton, NY

July 2-5, 2015ArtHamptons – Bridgehampton, NY

77th Artists Members Exhibition 2015 – Guild Hall – East Hampton, NY

April 30 – May 21, 2015 – The 4th Annual Flower Show – Romany Kramoris Gallery – Sag Harbor, NY

November 22, 2014 – January 18, 2015 – Holiday Invitational – Romany Kramoris Gallery – Sag Harbor, NY

October 14 – November 17, 2014Romany Kramoris Gallery – Sag Harbor, NY

76th Artists Members Exhibition 2014 – Guild Hall – East Hampton, NY

May 16 – June 6, 2013 – The 2nd Annual Flower Show – Romany Kramoris Gallery – Sag Harbor, NY

GUILD HALL ARTISTS MEMBERS 75TH DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION

March 28 – April 25, 2013 – The “academy” – Romany Kramoris Gallery – Sag Harbor, NY

“Artist Alliance of East Hampton Columbus Weekend Art Exhibit” – Ashawagh Hall, Springs NY

July 21-22 – ART in the YARD – curated art sale and festival at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons, East Hampton, NY

July 7-8 – Art in the Garden – Bridgehampton, NY

June 8, 9, & 12, 12-8 PM – Sea and Sky – Springs Presbyterian Church, Springs, NY

April 26 – May 17, 2012 – The “academy” – Romany Kramoris Gallery – Sag Harbor, NY

January 21-22, 2012 – Thank You Show at Ashawagh Hall – Springs, NY

August 2011 – Artists of the East End – Southold, NY

July 2011 – Art in the Garden – Bridgehampton, NY

2011 – Central Adirondack Art Show

2011 – Boat House Show for benefit of Group for the East End

April 2011 – Thank You Show at Ashawagh Hall – Springs, NY

April 2011Romany Kramoris Gallery

2010 – Thank You Show at Ashawagh Hall – Springs, NY

April 2010Romany Kramoris Gallery

News

Mari Chavez
One of the traditions of Sag Harbor in the winter time is sledding down Pierson Hill. Every year many children and adults come out to the Hill after a snowfall to experience the rush of gravity pulling on the sled. A local Sag Harbor resident and artist, Joan Tripp, overtaken by the love of seeing children sledding, created a beautiful painting and has now presented it to the High School as a gift. The artist, who has a passion for outer space and enjoys recreating the brilliance and abstractness of the stars, gave more traditional art a chance and painted one of her favorite sights.

Joan TrippIt was not her idea to create this painting. In 2010, after a heavy snowfall that covered the hill with a white mantle, her husband encouraged her to go over and to take pictures. When Joan came home and showed the pictures to her husband, he gave her the idea to turn one of them into an oil painting. This turned out to be a wonderful idea.

Not only did Joan create the piece of art she did, but she also experienced great joy by making this painting. Artists find that sometimes making art drags out and becomes merely a chore so that the artist no longer enjoys the process. However, Joan said that making this painting was fun from start to finish. She expressed that her favorite part was designing the children, giving them all individual personalities based on the actual people on the Hill that day. There were some troubles along the way. Joan explained that she is a studio artist and that most of her paintings are re-creations of pictures. She said that making the painting from the photograph she took was hard because the lighting in the photo was off. Even then, she was able to perfectly incorporate two aspects of art which considers to be most important: “the purity of color” and “meaning.”

Joan’s art has been featured in many shows and even though this piece could have been an addition to an exhibition somewhere on Long Island, Joan thought that since the painting was inspired by the beauty of Pierson Hill, then the painting should remain here in Pierson. Our school and our community appreciate this gesture and will hold it for future generations to enjoy.