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The pool at Robin and Fred Seegal's house in Wainscott Durell Godfrey Photos
The Seegal house
Shade-loving flowers at Toni Ross's Wainscott property
A cottage nestled into the trees on the Ross property
The Ross pool and main house
The DeFlorio's rolling lawn with landscape stairs
The DeFlorio garden
The ocean view from the Seegal property
The Kennedy grounds have a casual, relaxed feel.
The Kennedy house set in a bed of white flowers

Paul Williams and Tracey Jackson George Baier IV

A Tuscan-style villa on Flying Point Road has a back bay view and mature grounds. Durell Godfrey Photos
The 12-bedroom mansion on Cobb Road is set on six acres of bayfront property in Water Mill.
Artwork at the back of the Cobb Road house
A bathroom in the Tuscan-style villa on Flying Point Road
This 1920s village cottage was renovated by a local architectural firm, which added a pedimented front entry, overhanging eaves, and a monumental brick chimney to give it an imposing presence.
A swing on the property on Flying Point Road
A four-story windmill is set on the approach to the main building on Cobb Road in Water Mill.

J.P. Amaden and R.J. Druker, who helped attendees load their cars, applauded the purchases. Durell Godfrey Photos
It was hard not to love the pink boots of Leslie Clark.
Pink was a popular option for flowers and attire, with Laura Traphagen opting for geraniums to match her Pucci top. With her was Bobbie Traphagen, her mother, with a substantial orchid.
Nolan Jennings helped Henry Murray with his purchases.
Laura Mitchell, also in pink, found a few plants of her own.
Clara Forbes and Carter Amaden were also helpers at the sale.
Roseanne Barons, Jean Rickenbach, Mayor Paul Rickenbach, and Richard Barons, the director of the East Hampton Historical Society, were in attendance.
Jack Kelly, Hitchcock Graham, R.J. Druker, and Phillip Fuhrman earned their tips bringing plants out to the cars.
The boys on the job
The readymade hanging baskets looked especially pretty against the faded shingle backdrop of Mulford.

It was a cloudy day on Accabonac Harbor, but it didn't stop those on the tour from enjoying the view from The Landing. Durell Godfrey Photos
The house at The Landing
The Landing
Charles Savage led a tour with his dog on his property.
Jim Spitzer took a rest among the many statues by Costantino Nivola on his family compound.
The Nivola property
Valerie Coster and Karen Simon had their own fun with the Nivola statuary.
Anna Millang Murray found the grass on the tour pretty terrific.
The "strollers" strolling down Old Stone Highway

Michael Combs and Phil Haponic sat at a table to enjoy their drinks. Morgan McGivern photos
The scene at the bar
Joe and Jennifer Brondo made the trek from East Hampton and Guild Hall, where they both work, to attend the event.
Noiz Entertainment provided the music.
The band did their job well, inspiring many to dance the night away.
Alexis Ramdeen and Andrea Ramdeen helped organize the scavenger hunt.
Dave Granville, Kelli Delaney, Monica S. Navia, Melanie Brandman, and Jeff Pfeifle met up at the party.
The silent auction table attracted a lot of interest.
Terri Burke Doyle, Denise Burke O'Brien, and Monica S. Navia
A pretty hat and skirt combination for spring on a shy party attendee

Alessandro Nivola received a best featured actor nomination from the Tony Awards this week.

Cindy Sherman's "Untitled Film Still #45," a gelatin silver print from 1979 Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; promised gift of Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner. Metro Pictures, New York

Felix Bonilla Gerena will be the first artist to exhibit in the new space with works such as "Blue Landscape with Woman."
Marble and mosaic floors and walls have been replaced with white-painted sheet rock floating walls and concrete.Ryan Moore
The view toward the back before the additional floating walls were installedRyan Moore
Mr. Gerena's "The Madams in the Blue Garden"

Sarah Koenig in the studio Elise Bergerson