Sag Harbor is home to many of the East End’s contemporary artists and writers, as well as a long legacy painters and authors, so it’s no wonder that the creative community is flourishing year-round. The village has nearly as many art venues as it does places to get a great cup of coffee—here are some current exhibitions at Sag Harbor art galleries. Plan your visits around the events of HarborFest weekend!
This October, Canio’s Books, Sag Harbor’s literary and artistic community hub, celebrates its 34th year in business. Aside from hosting readings by well-known authors and writing workshops, Canio’s puts on art exhibitions. Through September 29, Canio’s Gallery features Three Views of Sag Harbor—woodcuts by Whitney Hansen, watercolors by Jean Holabird and photographs by Bob Wilson. Canio’s is located at 290 Main Street. For more information, visit caniosbooks.com.
Dodds & Eder Home Gallery & Sculpture Garden
Dodds & Eder is a landscape and installation firm based in Oyster Bay. In Sag Harbor their Home Gallery & Sculpture Garden serves as a venue to showcase furniture, design and more, and present significant art exhibitions. Across the Pond, featuring works by Annemarie Waugh and Nina Girolamo, will be on view through September 22. After that, Mixed Media, juried and curated by the East End’s Media Mavens, opens on September 26. The Media Mavens are a cast of East End journalists who join WPPB 88.3 FM morning host Bonnie Grice on Fridays at 9 a.m. to discuss local news. The show will exhibit works from artists across the East End. Garden Party is also on view, through October, with outdoor sculpture by Bill Barrett, Michael Chiarello, John Cino, James DeMartis, Gregory de la Haba, David Elze, Dennis Leri and Paul Pavia. Dodds & Eder is located at 11 Bridge Street. For more information, visit doddsandeder.com.
Grenning Gallery is located in the heart of historic Sag Harbor. On view through September 28 is a group exhibition titled Summer Landscapes. The show features works by Nelson White and scenes by other Grenning Gallery painters that will leave you longing for the shore. The show’s roster of artists includes several Dan’s Papers cover artists, including this week’s, Ramiro Sanchez. Grenning Gallery is located at 17 Washington Street.
For more information, visit grenninggallery.com.
Tulla Booth Gallery
Tulla Booth Gallery specializes in fine art photography, both color and black and white, ranging from landscape and still life to celebrity and documentary. Launched this past year was “Born to Run”—a limited edition, signed 18 x 24-inch book by Eric Meola, featuring intimate photographs from the 1975 Bruce Springsteen album. The exhibition Water 2014—featuring artists Daniel Jones, Blair Seagram, Tulla Booth, Herb Friedman, Karine Laval and Jay Hoops—is on view through September 20. Tulla Booth Gallery is located at 66 Main Street. For more information, visit tullaboothgallery.com.
Romany Kramoris Gallery
Romany Kramoris Gallery is a treat to visit and a feast for the eyes. Decorated with objet d’art from floor to, literally, ceiling (where vintage chandeliers hang), the gallery also serves as a bookstore—with tomes on art, architecture, gardening and design. Turbulence II, an exhibition of Sheryl Budnik’s expressionistic seascape paintings, is on view through September 18. A show of woodcuts by late Sag Harbor printmaker Ted Davies titled American Icons—New York City, The Woodcuts of Ted Davies will follow and hang through October 9. Romany Kramoris Gallery is located at 41 Main Street. For more information, visit kramorisgallery.com.