‘I’m always seeing what works in terms of texture, shape, and scale, and changing things if necessary.’
Arlene Bujese paused during a house tour with works by, clockwise from top left, Jack Youngerman, Bill King, Stephanie Brody-Lederman, and Larry Rivers.
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Arline Wingate’s fiberglass-covered Styrofoam “stones”
Dennis Leri’s “Blue Ribbon,”
Calvin Albert’s “Column”
Bill King’s stainless-steel figures at play
A circular piece by Darlene Charneco and a large painting by Stephanie Brody-Lederman flank the front door.
A living room filled with light and art was originally home to Ms. Bujese’s etching press.Durell Godfrey Photos
An eclectic mix of rootsy American sounds
The Fairfield Four, an ensemble formed in 1921 at Nashville’s Fairfield Baptist Church, will perform tomorrow at the Old Whalers Church in Sag Harbor.
The Woodbine Collection on Montauk Highway offers a bright and sunny room to view its eclectic works
Luke Schumacher’s steel sculptures look very at home in the gallery space, including this piece in the bay window.
Kristy Schopper’s paintings range from abstract to realist, from the very small to the very large. Jennifer Landes Photos
“to promote an understanding and appreciation of African American culture.”
The gauzy presentations have a memento mori quality
Philippe Cheng’s “Still: The East End Photographs” is now available from Jovis publishing. A signing will take place at Barnes & Noble in Manhattan next week.
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“The Only Real Game” is about the importance of baseball to the people of Manipur
At Hoie Hall of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and the LongHouse Reserve
LongHouse Reserve will be one of the settings for its landscape awards on Saturday.
At the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church
At the Southampton Cultural Center