Arts

“the Schellinger-Hendrickson Very Fine and Rare Clock"
A walnut tall-case clock made in 1780 by Nathaniel Dominy IV was auctioned on Saturday at Sotheby’s in Manhattan for a surprisingly low price, and there is some question as to whether it is the same clock whose provenance is described in the handwritten letter that accompanied the sale.
Hattie Schellinger is pictured in 1934 with a Dominy clock behind her, which she later sold to the letter-writer, Howard Hendrickson of Bridgehampton.

Set in Chinquapin, La., in the 1980s
Vay David, as the perpetually outraged Ouiser, flashed a rare, if smug, smile while Jayne Freedman (M’Lynn) looked on. Barbara Mattson

The 32nd Academy of the Arts
Susan Stroman will be honored for her work in the performing arts on March 13 at the Rainbow Room. Paul Kolnik

At Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor
Harris Stanton

Part of a decade-long series in which the artist has confined his palette to black, red, and white

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At the Montauk Library

At The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

At the East Hampton Presbyterian Church

“I pattern my work on the enormous sculptures and symbols of the past —Stonehenge, Olmec heads, Easter Island,”
Paul Pavia surrounded by the many tools of his trade in his Springs studio. Below, “Morat Coil,” 2016, bronze, wood, and marble Mark Segal
“Lautreamont,” 2016, stainless steel, bronze, wood, and marble.
Paul Pavia’s “The Moor” is typical of the way he collages different materials, in this case wood, marble, and bronze.