Hamptons Art Hub: Women Painting Women Reveal Diverse Stories at RJD Gallery

Hamptons Art Hub: Women Painting Women Reveal Diverse Stories at RJD Gallery

There are stories that women only tell to each other. At RJD Gallery in Sag Harbor, some of these stories will be revealed in “Women Painting Women: The Tales We Tell Together.” The group show made up of an international rooster of female artists will be exhibited at RJD Gallery from October 10 to November 12, 2015. An Opening Reception will be held on Saturday, October 10, from 6 to 8 p.m.

“The Tales We Tell Together” is the third edition of an international group show where female artists create art with a female as muse and subject. The paintings selected were the result of an open call for art that drew worldwide submissions. The exhibition includes contemporary art by 30 artists with the majority expected to attend the opening at the gallery in Sag Harbor in The Hamptons.

The exhibition is a special one for the gallery which presents Contemporary American Realism with a focus on Narrative Portraiture, Imaginative Realism and Contemporary Landscapes.

“For many women Art can serve as their voice when they want, deserve, and need to speak,” said RJD Gallerist Richard Demato. “We are thrilled to again have an opportunity to provide a venue for these women to share their souls, their hearts, their stories, and their talents. Last year over 250 works were submitted from women around the globe, including artists from Spain, Russia, Mexico, China, Canada, and from across the USA. We look forward to another experience of the incredible energy and affinity created when women are both the subject and the speaker.”

Artists selected for the show are newcomers to the gallery, returning artists from last year’s “Women Painting Women” exhibition, and artists represented by the gallery.

Exhibiting artists include Laura Atkins, Nancy Boren, Rebekah Bynum, Deborah Chapin, Mary Chiaramonte, Candice Chovanec, Stephanie Deshpande, Teresa Elliott, Carla Falb, Pam Hawkes, Andrea Kowch, Shana Levenson, Rachel Moseley, Sylvia Nitti, Isabel Olivares, Omalix, Yana Movchan, Cindy Rizza, Margo Selski, Beth Sistrunk, Andrienne Stein, Rebecca Tait, Rea Whalen, Pamela Wilson, Sherry Wolf and Daryl Zhang.

The paintings on view mostly portray one subject with others capturing pairs of women in mid-motion. The works reveal many moods and sides of women, whether real, imaged or steeped in fantasy. Prices in the exhibition range from $1,200 to $48,000, allowing for collectors of contemporary art to discover paintings well within their price range.


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