has been synonymous with
the finest work in American furniture making since its opening in 1981 in East Hampton, NY.
As the country's oldest established gallery
associated with the American Studio Furniture movement,
PRITAM & EAMES has represented a celebrated group
whose distinctly personal work is
convincing proof of America's strength in the decorative arts.
In Fall 2014, PRITAM & EAMES closed its Race Lane location in East Hampton
and, in May 2015, will relocate its exhibition space to the beautiful village
of Somesville, Maine,
on Mount Desert Island.
There, PRITAM & EAMES will join The Gallery at Somes Sound
in a cooperative venture where the two galleries will showcase work by their artists
on separate floors
in an historic Somesville building.
PRITAM & EAMES will represent
the artist-craftsmen long associated with the gallery, such as
Ted Blachly, Peter Bloch, Andy Buck, David Ebner, Hank Gilpin, Duncan Gowdy,
Noel and Janene Hilliard, Thomas Hucker,
Michael Hurwitz, Kristina Madsen,
Wendy Maruyama, Alphonse Mattia, Judy Kensley McKie, Don Miller, Brian Newell,
Richard Scott Newman,
Greg Smith, and
as well as Garry Knox Bennett.
The gallery will also represent painters Karen Kluglein, Aubrey Grainger, and Linda Capello;
ceramist Fred Johnston; jewelers Tom Odell, Terry Logan, and Tia Kramer;
glass artist Sam Stang; lacquer master Yuji Kubo; and metalsmith Maurice Hamburger.