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Jan 13, 14, 20, & 21

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BAFFA Gallery

Hartman Studio 44 Retrospective: Wood•Watercolor•Fiber•Paint

A collaboration of two artists' individual work - Scott's wood and metal tables and watercolors and Linda's fiber wall pieces and acrylic paintings.

Hartman Studio 44 Retrospective: Wood•Watercolor•Fiber•Paint
Hartman Studio 44 Retrospective: Wood•Watercolor•Fiber•Paint

Time & Location

Jan 13, 14, 20, & 21

BAFFA Gallery, 47 Gillette Ave, Sayville, NY 11782, USA

About the event

Hartman Studio 44 Retrospective: Wood•Watercolor•Fiber•Paint

by Hartman Studio 44/ Scott and Linda Hartman

Saturday, January 13th, 2024 from 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Sunday, January 14th, 2024 from 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Saturday, January 20th, 2024 from 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Sunday, January 21st, 2024 from 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Artist Reception: Fri, January 12th from 6:00pm - 9:00pm

ARTIST STATEMENTS:

Linda Hartman creates art inspired by nature. The colors, textures, and movement command her work whether it be in paint or fiber and as she brings attention to the detail of a landscape, she hopes it brings the viewer an understanding of the beauty around us.  

Scott Hartman loves the personal challenges of creating something unique and interesting that is not only rewarding but that is also appreciated by others.

ARTIST BIOS:

Scott Hartman

After 33 successful years of working as an art teacher and Central Office Administrator in the Brentwood School District, Scott Hartman returned to creating, exhibiting, and selling his original artworks. A self-taught watercolorist who has painted realistic landscapes and still-life images for over 40 years, Scott decided to explore an additional media: woodworking. In September of 2014, Scott was accepted into the Thos. Moser Furniture Company's Customer-in-Residency Program in Maine. From that experience, Scott used this knowledge to design and create one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture, ranging from accent tables, bookshelf units, and live-edge coffee and dining room tables. Using hardwoods from a lumber mill in Pennsylvania, near where he grew up, Scott hand picks and crafts the wood to effectively complement each unique metal base.  

Linda Hartman

After 30 successful years of teaching elementary and middle school art, Linda Hartman returned to creating, exhibiting, and selling her original art works. She began assembling various materials to create representations of landscape images. Linda has expanded this process and is currently working on a series of landscapes that combine her love of fiber art and acrylic painting. These images are inspired by places Linda has visited over the past five years. Each piece is unique in color, texture, and composition.

website: www.hartmanstudio44.com

instagram: www.instagram.com/hartmanstudio44

facebook: www.facebook.com/hartmanstudio44/

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