Louise Eastman’s steadfast avoidance of canvas or paper is a laudable twist on conventional art-making that still hangs on a wall
Although Louise Eastman’s woven fiberworks have been mounted on board to hang appropriately in the arched, unfinished rafters of the gallery’s loft, they normally hang without backing.
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Research and discussion with several people in the field convinced them that the market for second-generation American Craftsman furniture was ripe for development
Bebe and Warren Johnson closed up their longstanding gallery of American Studio furniture in the old steam laundry building on Race Lane in East Hampton last week.
Bebe and Warren Johnson will continue to sell furniture through their website and a gallery in Maine that will devote an entire floor to pieces they select under the Pritam & Eames name. Below, most of the gallery was packed up by Oct. 27, save for a few pieces by Andy Buck and a drawing by Karen Kluglein.
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“It was a summer without humidity, just an amazing start and middle of the growing season. As a result, we have completely healthy fruit, no disease pressure, and that translates into pure fruit flavors and aromas and flavorful wines.”
Merlot grapes at the Wolffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack last Thursday are likely to be off the vine by now, as the East End wineries complete their 2014 harvest. Once picked, workers hand-sorted these cabernet sauvignon grapes (below), removing stems and bad berries before they went into the press.
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At the John Drew Theater Lab at Guild Hall
At the Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale
At the Basilica Parish of the Sacred Heart Jesus and Mary Catholic Church in Southampton
At the Southampton Arts Center
At Quad Cinema in New York City
At the Montauk Library