Ty Stroudsburg

by on January 3, 2014
$1,100

“Cornflowers and Mist”
oil on canvas
14 x 18

"An Open Field" oil on linen 20 x 16

“An Open Field”
oil on linen
20 x 16

$2000

“Beach Blossoms”
oil on canvas 20 x 22

$7,000

“Red Tie-Ups”
oil on linen 40 x 42

$1,400

“A Small Field”
oil on linen 14 x 15

$2,400

“Cosmos Hill”
oil on linen 20 x 20

$8,000

“Overgrown”
oil on linen 48 x 60

$1,400

“Cloud Reflection”
oil on linen
12 x 14

$4000

“Summer Swirl”
oil on canvas
30 x 36

$2,400

“Moonrise Old North road”
oil on linen
20 x 25

$8000

“Maratooka”
oil on linen
48 x 60 SOLD


The natural world, loosely defined as landscape, suggests the forms and colors that inspire the paintings.   Abstraction and experimentation, which inspired Stroudsburg’s earliest work, continue to be her driving force.  In each work, Ty strives to unify the painting into the pervasive visual quality that sparked its inception.

“vibrantly colorful….In places the paint is almost slashed onto the canvas, applied in loose, fluid strokes that are marvelously energetic.” NYTimes 04-17-09

“….fresh, lively paint handling and keen observation that gets to the heart of the subjects.” NYTimes 09-04-05

“These paintings are as much about the process of applying paint to canvas, and of blending colors, as they are about changes in weather, and the changes light makes on landscape as it varies in intensity.” Southampton Press 1988

“Vigorous and dramatic, her paintings interpret rather than describe the East End. Ms. Stroudsburg’s exciting use of color reveals her early work as an abstract painter in the New York School tradition.” Roslyn News

“(Stroudsburg’s) work bridges the area between realistic description and pure color expression for its own sake…Colors tend to be lush and provocative and they produce dazzling effects.” New York Times

“As individual areas of color break up and seems to dissolve, the point of departure becomes less crucial….She retains a sense of substantiality even in the airiest works.” Art News
Dec. 1969

“Stroudsburg’s work proceeds from a feeling for the landscape and achieves the universality of a completely integrated abstraction.” Ilya Bolotowsky 1967

 

SOLO EXHIBITS

2015
The South Street Gallery, Greenport, NY
2012
The South Street Gallery, Greenport, NY
1998
Martha Lincoln Gallery, Vero Beach, FL
1997
Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY
1996
Lizan Tops Gallery, East Hampton, NY
1995
Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY
1994
Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY
1993
Martha Lincoln Gallery, Vero Beach, FL
1992
Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY
Francesca Anderson Fine Art, Lexington, MA
Seraphim Gallery, Englewood, NJ
1991
Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY
1990
Marcelle Fine Art, Southampton, NY
Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY
1988
The Gallery, Bryant Library, Roslyn, NY
1987
Martha Lincoln Gallery, Vero Beach, FL
Arnould Gallery, Marblehead, MA
1986
Peter S. Loonam Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY
1985
Peter S. Loonam Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY
1984
Peter S. Loonam Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY
1983
Martha Lincoln Gallery, Vero Beach, FL
Peter S. Loonam Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY
1982
Peter S. Loonam Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY
1981
Peter S. Loonam Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY
1971
Tower Gallery, Southampton, NY
1969
Brata Gallery, New York, NY
Tree Gallery, Southampton, NY
1968
Southampton College, Long Island University, Southampton, NY
1965
Educational Alliance, New York, NY
1963
Haddad Gallery, Suffern, NY

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CORPORATE COLLECTIONS

Long Island Museum of Art, History and Carriages, Stony Brook, NY
Heckscher Museum, Huntington, NY
Renaissance Technologies Corp., New York, NY
Michigan National Bank, Farmington, MI
Equitable Life Assurance Company, New York, NY
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Noah Goldowsky, Inc., New York, NY
Thornton & Early, Boston, MA
Miller Tabak Hirsch & Co., New York, NY
Kellner DiLeo & Co., New York, NY

REPRESENTED IN:

Long Island Landscape Painting – The 20th Century
                        Ronald G. Pisano, Little Brown & Co., 1990
Who’s Who: The Millenium Edition, 2000

GROUP SHOWS

2015 “American Horizons East to West”, Long Island Museum, Stony Brook, NY

“A Sense of Place: Selections from Permanent Collection”, Guild Hall, EH, NY

The South Street Gallery, Greenport, NY

4ArtInc, Chicago, Illinois

2014 “Important American Paintings”, Spanierman Gallery LLC, NYC

Plein Air Painters IX, (Guest Artist), Ashawagh Hall, East Hampton, NY

2013 Artists of the Springs Invitational, Ashawagh Hall, East Hampton, NY

“Landscapes from the Permanent Collection”, Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY

“Important American Paintings”, Spanierman Gallery LLC, NYC

2012 “Long Island in Bloom”, The Long Island Museum, Stony Brook, NY

2011 “Artists of the East End, Part 2”, Spanierman Gallery LLC, NYC

Invitational Exhibit, Southampton Cultural Center, Southampton, NY

2010 “Gallery Selections”, Spanierman Gallery LLC, NYC

Guild Hall Members Show “Best Landscape” Award, E. Hampton NY

Anne Raymond-Ty Stroudsburg, Gallery North, Setauket, NY

2009 “Light of Spring III” Spanierman Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“A Gardener’s World” Gallery North, Setauket, NY

“Local Color” Gallery North, Setauket, NY

2008 “Light of Spring II” Spanierman Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“Local Color” Gallery North, Setauket, NY

2007 “Light of Spring” Spanierman Gallery, East Hampton, NY

2006 “Dealer’s Choice” Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“Local Color” Gallery North, Setauket, NY

2005 “Light of Spring” Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“Local Color” Gallery North, Setauket, NY

2004 “Picturing Hamptons Gardens: A 350 Year Legacy”, Guild Hall East Hampton, NY

“Sense of Place” Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“Dealer’s Choice” Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“Botanica” Gallery North, Setauket, NY

2003 “America the Beautiful” Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“Springtide” Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“Local Color” Gallery North, Setauket, NY

2002 “Dealer’s Choice” Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“America the Beautiful-2002” Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY

2001 “Nature in Transition” Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“Dealer’s Choice” Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“Long Island: Morning, Noon and Night” The Long Island Museum, Stony Brook, NY

2000 “Colorists” Gallery North, Setauket, NY

“Color” Whitney Art Works, Greenport, NY

“Small Works” New Emporium Gallery, New Suffolk, NY

Invitational Exhibit: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

1999 “ReViewing Nature” Sidney Mishkin Gallery, Baruch College, NY, NY

“Local Color” Gallery North, Setauket, NY

Arnould Gallery, Marblehead, NY

1998 “Island Light” Gallery North, Setauket, NY

“Local Color” Gallery North, Setauket, NY

Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

1997 Arnould Gallery, Marblehead, NY

Martha Lincoln Gallery, Vero Beach, FL

Lizan Tops Gallery, East Hampton, NY

Ty Stroudsburg: Selected Group Exhibits – page 2

1996 “Landscape: The Artists’ Vision” Firehouse Art Gallery, Garden City, NY

“Local Color” Gallery North, Setauket, NY

“The Spirit of Place” Lizan Tops Gallery, East Hampton, NY

1994 Gardner-Colby Gallery, Vineyard Haven, MA

“Landscape Today: East End Views” Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY

“Living With Art” Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

Martha Lincoln Gallery, East Hampton, NY

1993 “The American Landscape” Seraphim Gallery, Englewood, NY

“Selected Works” Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

Arnould Gallery, Marblehead, NY

1992 “Landscapes/Flowers” Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“Artists for a United World” United Nations, New York, NY

1991 “The Changing Landscape” Art at 12 White Street, New York, NY

“Artists for a United World” Tibor DeNagy Gallery, New York, NY

“Local Color” Gallery North, Setauket, NY

“Landscape” Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“Dan’s Artists” Bologna/Landi Gallery, East Hampton, NY

1990 “Twentieth Century Long Island Landscape Painting” Museums at Stony Brook, Stony Brook NY

“Long Island Landscape” The Twentieth Century” Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“Long Island Artists” Martha Lincoln Gallery, Vero Beach, FL

“Sounds in the Grass” Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

1989 “The American Landscape: 1885-1989” Country Art Gallery, Locust Valley, NY

National Americana Museum Art Show, Lever House, New York, NY

National Society of Painters in Casein and Acrylic, National Arts Club, New York, NY

1988 “Intimate Landscape” Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

Invitational Exhibit, Benton Gallery, Southampton, NY

Martha Lincoln Gallery, Vero Beach, FL

“Water Water Everywhere” The Gallery, Roslyn, NY

National Arts Club, New York, NY

 


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