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She approaches her subjects as a kindred spirit. “I always ask [them] permission first, and approach slowly, and allow them to be curious about me first.”
Maria Bowling assembled this collage of natural elements, including many close-ups of seeds.
The photographer took a picture of three humpback whales swimming together off Tonga.
A blue heron appeared to take over a vacant osprey nest on Napeague. Maria Bowling Photos
Mr. Ames moves between projects like a master chef with an assortment of pans bubbling on the stove
Roger Ames makes music at a piano, electronic keyboard, and laptop at his house in Springs.
"Hamptons Drive In" by Howard Kanovitz captures a crucial time in the changing landscape of the South Fork.
Robert Dash's portrait of John Ashbury borrows from Fairfield Porter, but keeps its own identity.
A portrait of a man in a doorway captures Fairfield Porter's approach to figure painting.
At The Watermill Center
At Guild Hall
At the Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue
At Southampton Cultural Center
at the Southampton Cultural Center
At Canio’s Cultural Cafe