Arts

Nick Gabaldon rode his last wave toward the Malibu Pier in 1951. This scrimshaw rendering of the event was made by Peter Spacek of East Hampton and appears in the online documentary “12 Miles North — the Story of Nick Gabaldon.”

Barbara Bilotta’s “Poseidon’s Playground” will be at the Crazy Monkey Gallery in Amagansett beginning this weekend.

Frederick Hammersley’s “Same Difference,” from 1959, will be part of the “EST-3” show opening at the Parrish Art Museum this weekend. Frederick Hammersley Foundation

Rachael Horovitz on the set of “Moneyball,” for which she is nominated for a best picture Oscar
Rachael Horovitz on the set of “Moneyball,” for which she is nominated for a best picture Oscar Melinda Sue Gordon

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Rachael Horovitz on the set of “Moneyball,” for which she is nominated for a best picture Oscar, along with Brad Pitt, below left, who co-produced and starred, and Jonah Hill, who was nominated for best supporting actor. Melinda Sue Gordon, Columbia Pictures Industries Photos

Linda Edkins Wyatt said that making art has helped her overcome a debilitating panic disorder. Carrie Ann Salvi

Claes Brondal’s All That Jazz! All-Star Super Band will perform at Long Island Winterfest on March 4 at Raphael Vineyards. The band, which includes Grammy Award-winning musicians, was born out of the Jazz Jam sessions in Sag Harbor.