At Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor
Harris Stanton

Part of a decade-long series in which the artist has confined his palette to black, red, and white

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At the Montauk Library

At The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

At the East Hampton Presbyterian Church

“I pattern my work on the enormous sculptures and symbols of the past —Stonehenge, Olmec heads, Easter Island,”
Paul Pavia surrounded by the many tools of his trade in his Springs studio. Below, “Morat Coil,” 2016, bronze, wood, and marble Mark Segal
“Lautreamont,” 2016, stainless steel, bronze, wood, and marble.
Paul Pavia’s “The Moor” is typical of the way he collages different materials, in this case wood, marble, and bronze.

At the Springs Presbyterian Church
Two of the "steel magnolias" gossip in Truvy's beauty parlor. Barbara Mattson

Handled with deftness and polish
Diana Marbury and Ben Schnickel interact in a scene from “4000 Miles” at the Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue. Tom Kochie

Historic Films Archive owns some 50,000 clips
The “Legends of Rock” film series at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor has featured excerpts from performances by classic artists including Sly and the Family Stone, above. Historic Films Archive