Fine Arts

The Recycled and Reinvented Work of Francisco Alvarádo-Juarez

By the end of the day, the 10 boxes had finally been lifted, loaded and were on their way to the Southampton Arts Center, where the artist’s newest exhibition, “Light of the Ocean,” will make its world premiere on Saturday, October 13 — but only after a two-week installation process.

Rockman’s Psychedelic Vision of Natural History

Alexis Rockman has described his visual depictions of the planet as “natural history psychedelia,” and that is precisely how Andrea Grover experiences them.

Savoring the South Fork en Plein Air

The “Summer Finale” exhibit at the Water Mill Museum acted as a call for their best work, and a third of the group pulled from both this past winter’s challenge and their archive to deliver — showing paintings, prints and drawings for the fourth year in a row.

Rebooted “725” Exhibit Pays Tribute To Founders, Sag Harbor Artists

An opening reception will run from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, September 21, and the show will conclude on Wednesday, October 31, marking the end of the museum’s 2018 season.

Synder Steps Down at East End Arts, Hirst Steps Up

East End Arts’ Executive Director, Patricia Snyder has stepped down after 23 years working for the nonprofit arts organization. Shawn Hirst began as East End Arts new executive director on August 31.

Bits: Solomon Sheds Light, Ceglic Seeks and Searches, Center Stage Announced

Alfonso Ossorio was an artist, collector and heir to a Philippine sugar fortune who, together with his long-term partner, Ted Dragon, lived a storied life at The Creeks, a 57-acre estate on Georgica Pond.

Hawkins Captures Humanity in a Moment

When Lori Hawkins arrives on assignment, she usually has a clear picture of what she will see — without even lifting her camera. This past March, her 10-day trip to Kenya was no different, though only at first.

Catch ‘Water Color Works’ While It Lasts

Kate Rabinowitz has always loved to draw — “a source of connection to my creativity for all my life,” she explains. But in 2013, her artistry took on new meaning, she said. When her 14-year-old daughter died, painting became her healing process.

Collectors, Creators and Makers: Fischl and Gornik Want to Hear from You

Artists Eric Fischl and April Gornik are moving forward with plans to transform the former Sag Harbor United Methodist Church on Madison Street into a flexible space for art and innovation.

‘Legs’ Owners Plead Guilty in Court

Guilty pleas were entered in Sag Harbor Village Justice Court on August 23 to “two sets of tickets” for zoning violations against Madison Street homeowners Ruth Vered and Janet Lehr for keeping the Larry Rivers “Legs” sculpture erected adjacent to their Madison Street house.

A Conversation With Stephen Wilkes

Stephen Wilkes will discuss his “Day to Night” series at the Tulla Booth Gallery in Sag Harbor on Friday, August 31, from 6 to 8 p.m.

Beauty Bobs Below the Surface at Roman Fine Art

Arguably, the most beautiful part of a boat remains hidden for most its life. Only when it comes out of the water does it come into view, propped up on supports or storage blocks, its functional purpose taking a backseat to its aesthetic one.

Heavy Weights On View at Janet Lehr Fine Arts

Steven Klein, Willem de Kooning, Eric Fischl, Perle Fine — Janet Lehr Fine Arts is leaving summer behind with a bang. “Hampton Classics at Janet...

‘Artists Speak’ Wraps with Peter Spacek

Peter Spacek was born in Germany and raised in California. His love of drawing brought him to New York to pursue a career in editorial illustration. His love of surfing brought him farther east to Montauk.

Labor Day Art Show Rounds Out Summer Season

The summer isn’t over until the artists sing — or, rather, participate in the Southampton Arts Association Labor Day Art Show.

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