Fine Arts

Charles Yoder On View

He has an eye that “sees form and color beyond their representational status while engaging the viewer into a more abstract world of dynamic shapes and tonal variations on colors,” according to De Luca, director of Ille Arts in Amagansett.

Summer Solstice Kicks Off with Art for a Cause

On the longest day of the year, the health organization will partner with The White Room Gallery for a kick-off cocktail party and opening reception of Balancing Act,” featuring work by Sally Breen, EJ Camp, Joan Konkel and John Mazlish, on Saturday, June 23, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Bridgehampton gallery, located at 2415 Main Street.

Miwa Matreyek, Live on Stage

Miwa Matreyek — animator, director, designer, and performer — will present “This World Made Itself” and “Myth & Infrastructure” on Sunday, June 24, at Guild Hall, located at 158 Main Street in East Hampton.

The Age of ‘Neptune in Pisces’ Is Here

Those years, from 1849 to 1862, were notable as a time for Transcendentalist writers and Romantic painters, and the Grenning Gallery in Sag Harbor is adopting that inspiration for its newest exhibition, “Neptune in Pisces,” opening Saturday, June 23, with a reception from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Sag Harbor gallery, located at 17 Washington Street.

Serie de Retratos Captura las Caras de una Comunidad Diversa

Cada persona fotografiada tiene un nombre, por supuesto, pero los sujetos en los últimos retratos del aclamado fotógrafo Philippe Cheng se muestran sin nombre por una razón.

Whaling Museum Brings “Sea and Sky” to Sag Harbor

“Sea and Sky,” an exhibition exploring the texture, color and layering of the two most fundamental elements of the East End, will open with a reception on Friday, June 22.

Bits & Banter: Thompson at U.S. Open, PechaKucha!, Change at Ashawagh, Sculpture Garden in...

Through Sunday, June 17, Elaine Faith Thompson will sign and personalize prints of her 2018 U.S. Open Championship fine-art print, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the merchandise pavilion, marking her sixth painting with the United States Golf Association.

I AM Heightens the Senses

Touch, smell, taste, hear, see. The White Room Gallery is about to engage all the senses.

Portrait Series Captures the Faces of a Diverse Community

Every person pictured has a name, of course, but the subjects in acclaimed photographer Philippe Cheng’s latest portraits are displayed nameless for a reason.

April Gornik and Eric Fischl To Buy Former Sag Harbor Methodist Church

When artist Eric Fischl walked into the former Sag Harbor United Methodist Church building on Madison Street earlier this year, he was captivated.

Plates For A Cause at The Retreat

Over Memorial Day Weekend, you may have noticed a selection of artfully crafted plates in a handful of storefront window displays.

Amy Zerner Tapestries Headline New Show

Springs artist Amy Zerner will exhibit a selection of her tapestries and spiritual collages as part of “All That Glitters,” a new exhibition opening Sunday at Keyes Art, located at 53 The Circle in East Hampton.

Playing and Painting the World’s Great Golf Courses

Lee Wybranski has always been nearsighted and thin — self-admittedly, a pretty lousy combination for a golf caddy.

Head-Turning Art Headlines Planned Parenthood Benefit at LTV

Artists play a vital role in addressing social change, and it is a responsibility Niki Johnson takes extremely seriously. Just look at her newest creation, “Hills & Valleys.”

‘A Place in Pictures’: Landscape, Memory and Magic at Sylvester Manor

It was at Sylvester Manor where the Horsfords used photography the most, capturing their lives there and the place itself. A selection of those photos will open as “A Place in Pictures’ on Friday, June 1.

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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.

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