Ty Stroudsburg: Recent Landscapes

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Ty Stroudsburg, a Southold based artist, will exhibit her abstract oil and pastel landscape paintings at the Quogue Library Art Gallery during the month of May.
The New York Times has described Stroudsburg’s work as “…fresh, lively paint handling and keen observation that gets to the heart of the subjects. Colors tend to be lush and provocative and they produce dazzling effects. ”
The Roslyn News called her paintings, “Vigorous and dramatic,” noting that they “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.”
“I have always been drawn to the colors, textures, forms and other visual stimuli of the natural, unpopulated world,” Ms. Stroudsburg says. “ In my late teens, when I first saw a painting by Clyfford Still, I knew I wanted to be a ‘painter.’ This was a way to look at the world differently, and to do more than merely record the image of a certain place.”
Ms. Stroudsburg’s work can be seen in the permanent collections of the Long Island, Heckscher and Guild Hall museums, as well as in private collections at Harvard University and several corporations in New York and Massachusetts. She has exhibited in numerous solo and group shows up and down the East Coast.
Art Gallery Committee members Doreen Ceglia and Elizabeth Platé are chairs of this exhibit, which will be on display from May 3 through 30.