The Dodds and Eder Home Gallery and Outdoor Sculpture Garden will present its 6th art exhibition this season on Saturday, August 23, 2014. The exhibit, “Across The Pond,” features two artists making their Hamptons debut; British painter and writer Annemarie Waugh and French photographer Nina Girolamo. The opening ceremony will feature a live performance by Opera Soprano Singer Amaya Arberas from Spain and her Spanish Peruvian guitarist, David Galvez.
“These are words and sayings that live in my dreams and memories,” Waugh said. “It’s a bit of fun; light-hearted, making out, in colors its pinks, reds and oranges, with delightful swirls, dots and dashes, it’s giggles, it’s chocolate, it’s ever so flirty, it’s sort of innocent pleasure, exploring.”
Girolamo is known for her images of wild horses from the Camargue region in the south of France, which are captured from the back of a Harley. Her photos are said to capture the human spirit, featuring everything from stampeding horses to a “couple” finding love.
Waugh is best known for her artistic humor, with paintings like “Facebook Ruined My Day” and “The Clock Struck One She Had To Run.” With a mix of modern and classical thoughts, her use of figurative lines and splashes of color make her work unforgettable.
“Across The Pond” will be on view from Thursday, August 21, through Monday, September 22, 2014.
Dodds & Eder HOME is located 11 Bridge Street in Sag Harbor. For more information, visit doddsandeder.com.