Arts

Ms. Keyes company, Keyes Art Projects, has offices in Sag Harbor and Williamsburg
Paintings by Walter Us, a Sag Harbor resident, were used in the decoration of the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Camille Perrottet’s pieces, created in East Hampton, ended up at the Ocean Club in the Bahamas.

At the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton

at Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater

At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

Local art news
“Cyclone Twist,” above, and “Hoop-La,” below, two of seven large painted aluminum and fiberglass sculptures by Alice Aycock, were recently installed on the Park Avenue median between 52nd and 66th Streets. Mark Segal

Mr. Burns merges the traditions of Islamic pattern with the all-over surfaces of Abstract Expressionism
Perry Burns in his East Hampton studio. Mark Segal

Larry Shue’s hilarious hit, which is all laughs from start to finish
Terence Brockbank, Diana Marbury, Krista Kurtzberg, Ben Schnickel, and Matthew Conlon star in the Hampton Theatre Company production of “The Foreigner.” Tom Kochie

He took the photographic medium even further, understanding its possibilities as a tool of abstraction, using light to draw on paper
Herbert Matter pushed the boundaries of photography early in his career in photomontage and later with his mature work with abstract designs. Estate of Herbert Matter, Gitterman Gallery

At the Rogers Memorial Library in South­ampton

At Guild Hall