All Linda Capello has ever wanted to do was draw. And all she has ever wanted to draw were people.
“I am a classically trained anatomist, but instead of the rigid, mechanical representation of muscle, bone and flesh, I look for the subtlety of the line; the strength and sensuality of the thick, thin and lost line,” the artist said. “The curve of the neck and arch of the spine speak volumes.”
A master of figure drawing — and a 20-year veteran of the New York Fashion industry — Capello is one of three artists in the newest group show at Romany Kramoris Gallery, located at 41 Main Street in Sag Harbor, opening with a reception on Saturday, July 6, from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
For Thomas Condon, his focus is the New England town throughout the seasons — its sense of alienation, its moodiness, its streets devoid of human activity.
“Condon is especially interested in the play of shadow and light in his work,” according to a press release. “After having retired from many years in publishing, he divides his time between New York City, East Hampton and Fort Lauderdale.”
Isabel Pavão’s “Impressions Series” represents a phase of her work that she began in 2014 and integrates, as usual, intimations of past work, enduring patterns of inner experience and the conceptual processes of a continuous work-in-progress being a reflection on the “act of painting,” according to the release.
“The main source of inspiration comes from nature, referring to her autobiographical surroundings, the garden, the sea shore and swimming in the sea,” it said. “Pavão was born in Porto, Portugal, and currently lives and works in New York City.”
The show will remain on view through Thursday, July 25. For more information, call (631) 725-2499 or visit kramorisgallery.com.