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Dunemere Books was launched in 2016 with the express goal of tapping into the binge-watching mentality
Elizabeth Doyle Carey, left, and Carrie Doyle, authors and sisters, are the founders of Dunemere Books, a publishing press that has released seven novels in its first year. The two hope to tap into the binge-watching mentality of TV and cultivate binge-readers instead. Carrie Ann Salvi

Yung Jake's Instagram posts come to life in three dimensions
A self-portrait, “yung jake‚” is a digital painting printed on Dibond. Yung Jake/Tripoli Gallery
Yung Jake’s emoji painting “Selena” is a portrait of Selena Gomez.Yung Jake/Tripoli Gallery
Yung Jake at the Full Moon Festival in New York City David X. Prutting/BFA.com

Magic is the norm
While installing her paintings at Ille Arts in Amagansett, Deborah Buck took a break in the gallery’s sunlit garden. Mark Segal
“Hair Wave,” left, is typical of many of Ms. Buck’s more abstract paintings, while “Kiss” reflects the strain of surreal and comical imagery in her work.
"Golden Rings" shows clearly how she often paints images over images, in this case variations on the title.

“Inconceivable” is a psychological thriller which stars Nicholas Cage, Gina Gershon, and Faye Dunaway
Jonathan Baker and Jenny Ljungberg got ready for a bicycle ride with Maddie, their daughter, outside the Maidstone Hotel in East Hampton, which they own. Durell Godfrey
Gina Gershon, right, sends a quizzical look at Faye Dunaway, who plays her mother-in-law, in “Inconceivable.”

Janice Stanton on the Croatian island of Cres with her camera and gear in tow.
Janice Stanton’s recent works have incorporated more color and are breaking out of the confines of her frame.

Winner of the American Pianists Award and the Christel DeHaan Fellowship of the American Pianists Association
Drew Petersen will be spending much of the coming months in Manhattan as he pursues an advanced degree at the Juilliard School and makes his debut recording for the Steinway & Sons label. Durell Godfrey

A story about African-American art and Sag Harbor’s African-American community
E.T. Williams Jr. was flanked by a suite of woodcuts by Hale Woodruff and a colorful abstract painting by Claude Lawrence. Durell Godfrey
Claude Lawrence’s “Slipping‚” from 2004, is typical of his abstract paintings, but a close look reveals a few quirky pictorial elements. Philadelphia Museum of Art

“Larry had been involved with Jewish life and culture for most of his life.”
Larry Rivers's "Fall in the Forrest" will be on view at Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor through Sept. 6.
Larry Rivers's "Berdie" is a portrait of his mother-in-law.
In “Jews Harp,” Larry Rivers applies his fine draftsmanship and sharp sense of humor to a Jewish theme, broadly defined in this instance.

Ruth Appelhof is currently in Rome, assembling a book proposal on the American artist Lee Krasner
Ruth Appelhof stood next to a portrait of Lee Krasner at the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in Springs last month. Durell Godfrey
Lee Krasner in her Springs studio with "Morning Glory," 1982.Ann Chwatsky

“Young America: Roy Lichtenstein and the America’s Cup,” opens on Friday, May 26, at the Middlebury College Museum of Art in Vermont
Few people know that Roy Lichtenstein designed a boat for one of the teams in the 1995 America’s Cup sailing competition. The spinnaker, on the boat above, was raised once before disappearing. The artist, below, nicknamed the mermaid he placed on the prow Dorothy. Theodore Bogosian/Reflections on a Mermaid
The Middlebury College Museum of Art exhibition will feature the hull that Roy Lichtenstein designed, above, along with the scale model he worked on in his studio and a model of his spinnaker, below, which is now lost.c3