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Like any good drummer, his timing has been flawless
Bob Golden, who lives in Springs, has forged a successful career composing and producing music for television, film, and theater. Mary Ellen Matthews

One of America’s seven wonders of outdoor art
Dennis Oppenheim’s “Terrestrial Studio” exhibition at the Storm King Art Center includes outdoor installations from the artist’s estate, such as “Electric Kiss,” in stainless steel and colored acrylic rods, and “Entrance to a Garden,” which has a monumental sculpture in painted steel, along with the artist-designed landscape. Jennifer Landes Photos
“Dead Furrow” was constructed at the Storm King Art Center from Dennis Oppenheim’s 1967 design using wood with organic pigment, plastic pipes, and gravel. Jerry L. Thompson

“To me, life is about as much beauty as you can bring into it,”
Marcia Previti, whose garden is a series of rooms enlivened by her architectural background and sculptures, below, sat at home with her dog, Dallas, on a recent afternoon. Durell Godfrey
A garden sculpture by Marcia Previti Durell Godfrey Photos

The Landscape Music Composers Network brings together composers who share a passion for increasing awareness of the natural world through music
Nell Shaw Cohen at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, N.M. The site is depicted in many of Georgia O’Keeffe’s landscape paintings, which inspired several of Ms. Cohen’s compositions. Burt Cohen

Shifting artistic gears with apparent ease between wood reliefs, metal sculpture, drawing, and painting
Like much of Carol Ross’s aluminum sculpture, “Gorge,” seen here with the artist in Guild Hall’s sculpture garden, is an abstract, almost Minimalist response to nature. Mark Segal
“Urban Moon,” left, which reminds the artist of a moon rising above a Manhattan fire escape and “Ravine Tall”.

By Christopher John Campion
Christopher John Campion’s appearances at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett have coincided nicely with the milestones and turning points of his career in music. Matt Licari
By Eric Kuhn
“Idle Hours” by William Merritt Chase was painted on the East End in 1894 and is part of a retrospective of his work at the Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C. Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth
“The Hall at Shinnecock” by William Merritt Chase is a pastel on canvas from 1892. Terra Foundation for American Art, Daniel J. Terra Collection
“The most pristine place in the world, and there’s trash all over it.”
Billy Strong and Dell Cullum found fields of trash and debris on Isabela. Dell Cullum and Billy Strong Photos
Billy Strong made and installed sculptures from the trash and debris he found on the island.
Isabela is the largest island of the Galapagos, 563 miles west of Ecuador in the Pacific Ocean.

Caroline Hirsch is the owner of the well-known comedy nightclub Carolines on Broadway
Caroline Hirsch, who lives in New York City and Water Mill, has been called a pioneer in the comedy business. Durell Godfrey

1770 House’s restaurant manager and sommelier
Michael Cohen, restaurant manager and sommelier at the 1770 House in East Hampton, poured a bottle of rosé for customers in the restaurant’s garden. Morgan McGivern