Behind the scenes at
The hanging of the 2013 exhibition
It was exciting watching Pierre-Alain Challier begin to put up my paintings. Here he’s hanging “Whirlwind.”
It’s amazing how important the lighting is in hanging
the paintings. Placement is everything.
Here Pierre-Alain is hanging my painting “A Family of Pears.” This was the painting featured on the cover of the catalog (below, left).
Above and right, the colorful reeds near my home on Long Island Sound in “Golden Grasses Against a Blue Sky” and “Golden Grasses on the Shoreline.”
These are two of my favorites: the “Misty Days Along the Shore” diptych and the swirling sea of “Turbulent Waters.”
My still-life gallery. I loved painting these Expressionist fruits with abandon!
Once the art was all hung,
my show at the
Galerie Pierre-Alain Challier
was open for business!