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For Halloween: A Show That's No Trick And All Treat

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - Pam Williams shows only artists she really loves and knows well, and three of the four in “Land and Sea 2007” she’s admired for many years - Ralph Carpentier, Elwood Howell and Janet Jennings. Derek Buckner, who completes the quartet, is clearly someone to watch.

Frankenstein Follies At Bay Street Theatre

by Barry Gordin
Main Articles - STAGES will present “Frankenstein Follies”, their annual Halloween Bash at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. “Frankenstein Follies” is a ghoulishly fun evening that is sure to delight young and old alike.

A First Thanksgiving

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - East End Arts Council thanked its supporters at historic Brecknock Hall in Peconic Landing during a joyous gala.

Artist And Art Teacher Solos At The Ross School Gallery

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - "Imaginary Landscapes: A Retrospective of the Art of Jennifer Cross" is Jennifer Cross’s first solo show at the Ross School where she has been a teacher since 1996, and the dozen paintings on view (most are oil on board) represent two decades of work.

East Hampton's Surface Library Joins Season's Philanthropic Rush - Literally

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - “Thrilled” to be taking an active role in raising awareness about the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation, Surface Library Gallery & Atelier owners Bob Bachler and James Kennedy have mounted a diverse month-long charity exhibition, “The Gift of Art”.

East Hampton's Solar Greets 2008 As Brave New World

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - Whichever source you credit – Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” (V, i) or Aldous Huxley’s 1932 satire-fantasy that takes place in 2579 – Solar owner Esperanza León feels confident that viewers of the seven-person show on view in “Brave New World” will get the message, as well as be intrigued and entertained at how differently and cleverly each artist interprets and slyly critiques contemporary culture.

Light Up Your Life On Dec. 22nd at The Children's Museum Of The East End in Bridgehampton

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - Children’s Museum of the East End (CMEE) will be presenting a wonderful opportunity to learn a lot more about the solstice and light festivals around the world, and see – and appreciate - how children can learn about other cultures and science through art.

Nature Prevails at East Hampton's Drawing Room Gallery

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - “Eyes on the Natural World,” which brings together six diverse contemporary painters and photographers with seven botanical and landscape artists from the 17th, 18th, 19th and early 20th Century at the Drawing Room Gallery is a thoughtful and skillfully mounted exhibit running until Jan. 31.

Guild Hall Ushers In New Year With 16th Annual Student Arts Festival

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - Inaugurating its renovated Moran and Spiga Galleries, and drawing as well on its large activity room in the Boots Lamb Education Center, Guild Hall has mounted an inspired and inspiring educational outreach art show that celebrates, once again, the fine arts creativity of East End school children and the imagination of their teachers, by showcasing student art at all levels from public and private schools in East Hampton Township.

For The Love of Art: Behind the Canvas with Artist Daniel L. Malisky

by R. B. Stuart
Main Articles - Figurative painter Daniel L. Malisky never thought he’d remain unknown. “I always felt something was going to happen with my paintings,” Malisky confessed. After 28 years as an accountant for the post office, it wasn’t until he retired seven years ago did this clandestine artist begin making up for a lifetime of suppressed work. During that period, he painted over 200 pieces some hang on the walls of his Central Park West apartment, others canvas his Southampton home.

Countryside At Silas Marder Springs Into Fall

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - In the spirit of what used to be called Indian Summer, the Silas Marder Gallery’s attractive barn show of eight artists, painters and sculptors called "Countryside" is fun and fanciful and runs through Nov. 20.

Grenning Gallery's Sculpture Showroom "Draws" In Students

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - To judge from what’s going on in the expanded studio space across from her Main Street gallery, Laura Grenning has resolved with the new year to ensure that the classical methods of the Old Masters that have defined Grenning exhibits for the last ten years have greater presence in Sag Harbor.

Clinton Academy Opening Winter Lecture Draws Overflow Crowd

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - Now into its seventh year, the Friday Night Winter Lectures Series instituted by The East Hampton Historical Society “to get folks together” during the cold off-season months, as EHHS Executive Director Richard Barons puts it, certainly fulfilled its mission recently when it was standing room only at East Hampton’s Clinton Academy.

Spectacular 40 - School Art Festival Opens At Southampton's Parrish Art Museum

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - The Parrish Art Museum draws from over 40 North and South Fork schools, public and private, in the townships of Riverhead, Southampton, and Southold for its annual school art festival. There are so many collaborative projects that it’s impossible to say how many youngsters are involved.

"Fire + Smoke" Ignites New Season at Surface Library Gallery & Atelier

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - Everyone’s going to want to touch something in this dazzling exhibit of earthenware, stoneware, and porcelain objects d’art fired to perfection. The pieces are that invitingly tactile. But as co-owner and potter Bob Bachler notes with a knowing smile, the gallery’s not called Surface for nothing.

John Alexander And Christopher Hewat: Class And Brass At The Drawing Room

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - What a serendipitous pairing of artists at this lovely Newtown Lane gallery, whose name is meant to evoke the informal space reserved for talking in salons of centuries past. The past is very much part of this double show but referenced with a distinct 21st century spirit.

ArtHamptons Proclaimed A Success

by Eileen Casey
Main Articles - The first ArtHamptons International Fine Art Fair began its four-day launch with an opening night gala and collector's preview held on the grounds of the Bridgehampton Historical Society on Thursday, July 10, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. According to President, Founder, and Executive Director of ArtHamptons, Richard Friedman, this exhibition offers “$100 million in art that is available for purchase.”

Southampton Historical Museum Toys With Antiques

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - “The Joys of Toys” runs through Mar. 29 at the Rogers Mansion, part of the Southampton Historical Museum and Research Center.

Love And Passion Heating Up Ashawagh Hall This Weekend

by Joan Baum
Main Articles - “Love and Passion”, which will be on display at Ashawagh Hall in the Springs on Feb. 16 - 17, continues the tradition of observing the legacy of Valentine in art while also reaffirming its own recent tradition, an annual observance in honor of erotica and exotica.

That New "Black Magic"

by Tom Clavin
Main Articles - You would think that one extremely successful and creative career was enough for Dan Klores. But no, he had to go out and become one of the best documentary filmmakers around. His latest effort, “Black Magic,” will be shown on ESPN in two-hour blocks this Sunday and Monday, Mar. 16 and 17.

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