Helen speaks about the Show:
The work in this show represents my interpretation of Sag Harbor and the Hamptons from an outsider’s perspective. After spending a morning in Sag Harbor alone, I found the town’s charm to be most inspiring. The farmers market, local shops, docked boats, the people, and even Estia’s Little Kitchen all embodied Sag Harbor to me.
My paintings are an abstract representation of the view of the harbor during different parts of the morning. While there are many facets of Sag Harbor I would love to capture, the simple beauty of the harbor in the early morning seemed to best capture the allure and appeal I initially felt to this picturesque place.
Helen Robinson is an artist currently living in New York City. She recently received her bachelors degree in Studio Art and Art History at Vanderbilt University. She continues to work on her own body of work at her studio in the Lower East Side, as well as commissioned artwork for various clientele. Helen’s work typically focuses on conceptual portraiture, which she balances with abstract interpretations of the landscapes and world around her
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