From August 1 through Labor Day, September 7, the Artists Alliance of East Hampton will present its inaugural virtual show, “Colors of Hope.”
Taking inspiration from the pandemic, 37 member artists have created works to commemorate the unusual times in which we live. Whether their entries chronicle personal concerns or provide a tranquil respite from anxiety, their carefully chosen works express an extraordinary moment in history when social distancing becomes intimate engagement. As catalysts in this time of isolation, their accomplishments empower all of us to reflect more deeply, emerge stronger, and impact our evolving society with passion, commitment, and hope.
To see the work and participate from the privacy of your home, browse the website, aaeh-virtual.org. With selections reflecting every medium and artistic style, viewers are invited to purchase work by contacting the artists directly. Participating artists may exhibit up to five original works. Disciplines include painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, glass, collage, and mixed media.
The Artists Alliance of East Hampton does not share in the cost of works of art sold. Rather, the price for art is determined by the artist and purchaser.
Participating artists include: Mary Ahern, Casey Chalem Anderson, Sheril Antonio, Beth Barry, Donna Bernstein, Barbara Bilotta, Rosalind Brenner, Michael Cardacino, Richard Lance Corey, Donna Corvi, Nadine Daskaloff, Anna Franklin, Kurt Giehl, Laurie Hall, Laura Hill, Karen Kirshner, Frank Latorre, Teresa Lawler, Marie Lombardi, Veronica Mahoney, Lynn Martell, Joanna McCarthy, James McGarvey, Mary Milne, Karen Mullen, Deborah Palmer, Janet Rojas, Sheila Rotner, Joan Santos, Rosa Hanna Scott, Neva Delihas Setlow, Linda Sirow, Frank Sofo, Lieve Thiers, Sandra Tyler, Robert Wilson and Mark Zimmerman.