Special Places

Casey Chalem Anderson


Friday, May 13, 2022
10:00am – 5:00pm


Ashawagh Hall
780 Springs Fireplace Rd
East Hampton NY 11937




Two abstract painters and one representational painter connected by their love for the colors and moods of the Hamptons landscape will be showing a selection of their paintings at Ashawagh Hall on the weekend of May 13, 14, and 15 in Springs East Hampton, NY. A wine reception will be open to the public on May 14, 5-8 pm.

They each have favorite vistas that inspire and challenge them to translate their emotional responses directly onto the canvas. The interplay of colors in the Hampton's is dazzling in any season and time of day. They capture these magical places and make them timeless through their art.

The artists will be donating 10% of painting sales to the Peconic Land Trust to support our efforts in preserving open space.

Barbara Groot grew up in Southern California with the sun and light illuminating the landscape. Now living and working in East Hampton, she finds the light on the East End equally extraordinary and energizing.

“This energy has charged and influenced the work plus my ongoing desire to reinvent the immediacy of the ever-changing moments in nature,” says Groot.

Casey Chalem Anderson is known for her lushly colored Ocean Wave oil paintings throughout the Hamptons. She’s a native New Yorker who moved to the East End to live by the beach to create sophisticated, timeless oil paintings of waves and tranquil water.

Beth Barry is an abstract landscape painter and has been strongly influenced by the light and movement of nature. She grew up near the beaches in New England and found the ocean to be magical. Her paintings are places of pleasure.

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Ashawagh Hall

780 Springs Fireplace Rd, East Hampton, NY 11937

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