Monday, July 22, 2013

Plein Air Peconic

This weekend was Plein Air Peconic's annual summer show at Ashwagh Hall. The artist group Plein Air Peconic was originally founded in 2006 with the planned focus of capturing the beauty of  the land being preserved by the Peconic Land Trust. Besides visually emphasizing the importance of preserving these open spaces, the artists donate a portion of the proceeds of the sale of their work to the Trust.
I am not doing these works proper justice with my iPhone camera.
Hydrangeas/Water Mill Farm
Oil on Linen 24" x 36"
Wainscott Pond
Oil on Canvas 16" x 24"
Accabonac Harbor Evening
Oil on Linen 24" 36" 
Flying Point Beach Path
Acrylic on Canvas 40" x 30"
A closer look at Tom Steele's great photo
View from Downs Creek
Oil on Linen 20" x 24"
A grouping of paintings done at Phillip's Pond Preserve
I enjoyed seeing how each artist viewed and rendered the same scene.
June Afternoon
Oil on Panel 10" x 12"
It is always worth the journey to Ashwagh Hall in Springs.
For more regarding the artists of Plein Air Peconic 
and future shows here.


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