Madoo Benefit Photo Show
Diana Frank will share her photography at Pierre’s restaurant in Bridgehampton beginning with a reception on Saturday afternoon from 3 to 6 p.m.
Ms. Frank, a former model, is a mostly self-taught photographer, although she has taken classes at the International Center for Photography. She has a business photographing children in New York City, but will be showing her fine art photography at Pierre’s, a series called “Study in Water.” It will be on view through Feb. 29.
She will give 20 percent of the proceeds to the Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack, to support the garden and structures there.
In other Madoo news, Robert Dash, the creator of the conservancy, has sold his poetry archives and a portion of the garden archives to the Beinecke Library at Yale University and donated the proceeds to Madoo. At Madoo’s library, a volunteer is now cataloging all of Mr. Dash’s gardening books, some 900 volumes in all. In addition, she is making note of his annotations, condition of the books, and has donated the cataloging software to Madoo. When complete, it will be available for online reference. A project to catalog Mr. Dash’s poetry and fine art books is also in the works.
Audrey Flack at Rutgers
Audrey Flack, a realist painter and sculptor who lives in East Hampton, has a major show up at Rutgers University in New Jersey through June. Ms. Flack is the Estelle Lebowitz visiting artist in residence at the university.
The show is of works on paper — prints, drawings, and photographs — curated by Judith K. Brodsky and Ferris Olin. It is part of the Mary H. Dana Women Artists series at the university, organized by the Rutgers Institute for Women and Art. Ms. Flack will speak about her work in an April 3 lecture at the new Brunswick, N.J., campus.
Sultan Guest Juror
Terrie Sultan, the director of the Parrish Art Musuem in Southampton, will judge entries in a Riverhead gallery’s upcoming, juried all-media show. East End Arts Gallery has issued a call for work influenced by music for an exhibit to open March 2. The winner of the competition will be invited to have additional work appear in a show at the gallery in 2013.
Details about sizes and entry requirements can be downloaded at eastend arts.org. Submissions will be accepted Feb. 23 to 25 at the gallery, at 113 East Main Street in Riverhead.
A group show with paintings and sculpture by seven South Fork resident artists will be up this weekend at Ashawagh Hall in Springs. A reception for the show, called Expression, will be Saturday from 6 to 10 p.m. Ashawagh Hall, at 780 Springs-Fireplace Road, will be open for visitors who would like a more sedate look at the work on Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.
Breahna Arnold, Josh Dayton, Madelon Chapman, Billy Martin, Robert Nasatka, Kate Petrone, and Hailey Elisabeth Kohlus are featured. Music at the Saturday reception is by Julian Pascal.