Artists Tour 2017

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Barbara Hadden 14 Wild Cherry Lane, Sag Harbor, NY, United States

She paints mostly scenes of Sag Harbor, the bridge, the movie theatre. She had painted the theatre and had prints of her painting before the fire and she has a painting of it that she donated to make money for the restoration.


Bernice Faegenburg 12 Kalman Court, East Hampton, NY, United States

Go up Cedar St. which  becomes  Old Northwest Road. Go 1.8 miles on Old Northwest Rd. to Northwest Rd. Turn right on Northwest Rd. The 2nd street is Kalman Court. Turn right. The 2nd house on right is number 12

Bernice is showing large abstract paintings, small Japanese  brush paintings and photographs on canvas.


Beth Barry 111 Old Stone Highway, East Hampton, NY, United States

(entrance is on Landing Lane)

As an abstract landscape painter, my work has its basis in nature.  Whether abstract or representational, the images are my responses to the beauty of the landscape

Professional artist, linked to website phone landline  631-329-7374

cell  917-445-6814

Beth O'Donnell 132 Swamp Rd, East Hampton, NY 11937, United States

Description of artwork: I am a mixed media artist and photographer. I usually use encaustic wax in my work. Either used in conduction with photography and oil paint or sometimes just as a ground to give texture to oil paintings of sea and landscapes. 


Carol Saxe 6 Montgomery Avenue, East Hampton, NY, United States

2nd house on right with circular drive.  Please do not block drive way which can be used for turnaround  (Montgomery is a short dead end street).

Carol Saxe is an award- winning artist. Her work includes paintings and imagery of the East End both representational and minimally abstract depictions of local architecture, harbors, bays, and boats.  Carol is also known for her whimsical dog art paintings.

(631) 329-8764

Christine Chew Smith 84 Hildreth Lane, Bridgehampton, NY, United States

Heron Studios (Street in rear of Citarella)

Representational painter who works in oil and pastels


Deborah Palmer 38 Palmer Terrace, Sag Harbor, NY, United States

Oil paintings, representational landscapes.    631-725-0027

Frank Sofo 45 Harbor View Dr, East Hampton, NY, United States

Painterly impressionistic local landscapes, beach scenes as well as figures and children's books.


Joan Klutch 25 North Bay Lane, East Hampton, NY, United States

Directions: Follow Alewives Bk Rd toward Cedar Pt. Pk. Pass turn for park.  Continue to first left onto Terry Trail, next right onto Kirk Pl. right to North Bay Lane, go to end of cul de sac, last house on water side. 

Joan Klutch is a painter who works in Mix Media, combining at times Collage and Printmaking. Edginess and surprise are part of her process of mark making, exploring color, shape and calligraphic line.  She also loves making raku pottery. Her studio is a mix of many arts.


FB, Instagram, Pinterest: Joan Klutch

Katherine D. Crone 1102 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY, United States

( Phyllis Hammond Studio)

Artists statement: I print photographs on silk organza or sheer rice paper. I cut these up into “pages” which I sew into plexiglass or wood boxes using bookbinding stitches.

FB: kdcronenyc


Kenna Panton 42 Bay View Drive North, Sag Harbor, NY, United States

(cross street Shelter Island Avenue).

Contemporary and traditional stained, painted and fused glass. Commissions, restorations, sculptural and decorative pieces.


Facebook - Kenna Mackay Glass LLC

Instagram - kenna.mackay

Phone - 516 250 1304

Leslie Obrock 25 Milina Drive, East Hampton, NY, United States

Lesley works abstractly in encaustic, oil, watercolor and printmaking.


Cell 631-353-8215

Mark Perry 10 Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek, East Hampton, NY, United States

Mark is currently making both Abstract and Representational paintings, the theme being nature.

cell: 917-864-7063

Mary Milne 56 Manor Lane South, East Hampton, NY 11937, United States

Mary works in kiln formed and stained glass mostly depicting local landscapes and florals, although she does sometimes work abstractly.

Telephone 631 324 7823

cell 917 603 8098

Peter Gumpel 230 Old Stone Highway, East Hampton, NY, United States

(please park on the road)

Peter is a realist water-colorist

516-768-6757 C; 631-907-4879 H

Phyllis Hammond 1102 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY, United States

Artist’s Statement

I work spontaneously. My sculptures are made of found objects; it just so happens that the found objects are ones that I’ve created.

In the late 1950’s I worked for one of the first company’s building mainframe computer, making schematic drawings. It was my summer job in college. Those ink drawings of circuit boards evolved into the work I’m doing today. I make drawings that are converted to vector programs on a computer, then cut out of aluminum and steel with a waterjet machine, The positive cut out forms created are joined by welding,   into new configurations, and playfully combinations. The work talks to me and tells me what I need to do with it to make the forms work as sculptures.

 631-604-6363 (studio)

Rosa Hanna Scott 155 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY, United States

Photographer and acrylic representational painter


Sheila Rotner 210 Jermain Avenue, Sag Harbor, NY, United States

(next to Pierson High School)

Geometric abstraction paintings and wall sculptures in muted and luminescent color.


Teresa Lawler 1 Rose Avenue, East Hampton, NY, United States

(access to studio by use of stairs)

Teresa Lawler creates Glass Fusing Paintings, her art work is based on her watercolors, photos or from creative pieces of glass.

phone home 631-324-6014h, cell 631-678-2618

Tracy Harris 1108 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY, United States

(Same address as Phyllis Hammond's studio. Look for signs outside Phyllis's studio pointing toward the path to mine.)

Tracy Harris is a painter working primarily in encaustic and oil. Her abstract work is influenced by science, architecture, literature and the strangeness of the natural world.