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 A Second Look:
Inspiration, Color & Process
Gallery Open: Sunday, Dec. 4th, Noon-1:30 pm or Tuesday, Dec. 6th • 1-3pm

In case you missed our marvelous opening reception, or would just like to take a second look, please join me at the studio this Sunday (12/4/2022) or Tuesday (12/6/2022). It will be your last chance to support The Ellen Hermanson Foundation and view the outstanding artwork of these distinguished contemporary artists:

ANAHI DeCANIO whose work draws inspiration from nature as well as urban landscapes. She explores the juxtaposition of feminine energy with graffiti like textures, patina AND text until the final richly visual story reveals itself in abstract form.
CHRISTINE MATTHÄI whose work is a form of meditation often combining spiritual influences with the natural beauty of the Hamptons, skillfully capturing the essence of light and water. Her work has been exhibited and collected internationally.
BETH O’DONNELL whose multidisciplinary work blends a variety of techniques including pigmented encaustic wax on Japanese gampi rice paper, photography and mixed media. Inspired by New York City & the place she lives on the East End. A place of land, sea & sky.
HANS VAN DE BOVENKAMP whose contemporary abstract sculptures can be seen the world over, will present his extensive collection of sculptures, paintings and works on paper.
“Gallery @ Hans Van de Bovenkamp Studio” is situated on 7 acres of exquisite grounds and sculpture gardens.

Join me Sunday, December 4th • Noon - 1:30 pm
Tuesday, December 6th • 1 - 3pm
For a Second Look!

RSVP to:

93 Merchants Path Sagaponack, NY 11962
(enter on Ranch Court though the pink gates)

View | Bid | Buy Art
Please RSVP   
An ongoing series of exhibitions curated & produced by
Geralyne Lewandowski.

Hans Van de Bovenkamp
by Stephen Larsen, Phyllis Braff, Donald Kuspit

Renowned for his monumental sculpture created primarily for open-air public locales, Hans Van de Bovenkamp has been described as an artist- mystic whose work, with its signature power, lyricism, and grand proportions, heightens the viewer’s sense of fantasy, imagination, and discovery.  This vivid monograph includes a detailed chronology highlighted by the artist’s personal recollections, and his creation of sacred space, monumental sculpture, and the seductive Menhir series. Fifty percent of book sale proceeds will be donated to the Ellen Hermanson Foundation

A portion of proceeds from this exhibition will be donated to support
The Ellen Hermanson Foundation

Committed to helping breast cancer patients and their families cope with the physical and emotional aspects of breast cancer. No patient is turned away from the Ellen Hermanson Breast Center for lack of insurance or inability to pay. All services though Ellen’s Well are provided free of charge. If you cannot attend but would consider making a donation, you may donate at

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