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Owner Romany Kramoris poses for a photo-op with TV Host Cognac Wellerlane at the Romany Kramoris Art Gallery for The 2nd Annual Spring Flower Show
TV Host Cognac Wellerlane poses for a photo-op at the Romany Kramoris Art Gallery for The 2nd Annual Spring Flower Show
Romany Kramoris Gallery held their 2nd Annual Spring Flower Show on May 11th. The show featured local artists’ floral inspired paintings and photographs, as well as pottery and blown glass perfect for holding your fresh cut garden flowers.Participating artists were Muriel Hanson Falborn, Pingree Louchheim, Arianne Emmerich, Laura Rozenberg, Roxanne Panero, Maria Orlova, Sue Wawryk, Coco Pekelis, Mary Milne, and Joan Tripp.
Below are some of the interesting Arrists that I interviewed
Muriel Hanson Falborn
A career of artist and landscape designer, naturally has offered me a chance to see hundreds of gardens, parks and homes.Here are paintings of scenes that inspired me by their vitality and a wish that this vitality be recorded. Maybe that vitality will resonate with viewers; I hope so.
Coco’s paintings, which she calls "scribbled auras," combine words and images to create evocative portraits of her subjects, both human and animal—her pig Albert, her donkey Emma, and a neighbor’s cow, Bertha, are among the "people" who have sat for their portraits. In these images, Coco is as interested in the interior life of her subjects as in their physical appearance—hence the use of words, phrases, and stories in her paintings.Joan TrippJoan Tripp’s grandfather Alfred C. Bates showed at the Royal Academy, England. Her father studied at Academie Beaux-Arts in France. Joan studied with Madame Marec from France while in her teens. Later she graduated from Ithaca College with a BS, and received her MA in Special Education from CW Post.
Richard Udice grew up on the Rockefeller Estate in Pocantico Hills. While living on the estate, he was surrounded by an incredible art collection which has had a definite impact on his entire life.He has always made time to paint even while teaching school in Westchester, N.Y.Richard Udice grew up on the Rockefeller Estate in Pocantico Hills. While living on the estate, he was surrounded by an incredible art collection which has had a definite impact on his entire life.He has always made time to paint even while teaching school in Westchester, N.Y.
A reception for the show was held on Saturday, May 18, from 5 to 7 PM. For more information please visit http://kramorisgallery.com
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