‘eARThHAMPTONS’ Lives Up To Its Name

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A work by Mary Milne. Donna Renna Photography (Courtesy of the artist).

It is possible to have a stunning home and habitat while still honoring sustainable practices, according to the principles behind eARThHamptons, an exhibit featuring the work of artists, designers, architects, landscapers and builders determined to make healthier yet just-as-beautiful environments.

“Serendipity” by Anahi DeCanio. Donna Renna Photography (Courtesy of the artist).

The roster of artists range from traditional and fine art photography to contemporary art with an edge — names such as glass artist Mary Milne, photographer Donna Renna, sculptor Phyllis Hammond, painter Aurelio Torres, furniture designer Angel Naula and Anahi DeCanio, founder of eARThHAMPTONS.

“We continue to look forward to growing an enjoyable way to combine all the elements that make up our habitats at large and bring more attention to sustainable practices in the art and design world as well as our everyday lives” DeCanio said in a press release.

The Earth Day-friendly art and design weekend will open with a reception at Ashawagh Hall, 780 Springs Fireplace Road in East Hampton, on Saturday from 5 to 9 p.m., and will remain on view through Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with a pop-up outdoor market and a book signing with Alfred Renna and Joanne R. Douglas, authors of “Negotiating New York,” at noon.

For more information, please visit earthhamptons.com.

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