A Breath of Fresh Air

A couple weekends ago, while staying out on the east end of Long Island, we visited for the first time, the new Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.

Even though the plans had to be downsized dramatically during the financial crisis of 2007-2008, I think the result is grand.

Designed as a large barn, and taking in the wonderful natural light that inspired so many artists that moved to the area to make what is now “the Hamptons”, I was totally awe inspired and in love, thrilled to be combining my love of the ocean beached with my love of art, to make a perfect weekend.

I’m joining.



The shed was inspiriing!


The walk from the parking lot, landscaped.


Beautiful interior, at first stop.


Main show was Michelle Stuart : Drawn from Nature.


Below some snaps of permanent collection.



Loved this slow video piece by Peter Campus

“Passage at Bellport Harbor”



Exterior space for concerts & talks.

View of Duckwalk Vineyards next door.





In awe.

Toshiki & Maryszka Shearlings at Craft Lyndhurst!

F r o s t  W a r n i n g s

T h e  H a r v e s t  M o o n

A u t u m n  B e g i n s

T h e  T i m i n g  i s  P e r f e c t , a n d  y o u  k n o w  y o u ‘ r e  i n  t h e  M o o d  t o  f r e s h e n

u p  y o u r  W a r d r o b e !


See us in tent one at The Lyndhurst Estate

Tarrytown, NY


September 20-22

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Remembering The Hampton Classic Horse Show

Everybody is asking me how the show was, who was exhibiting, the atmosphere, etc. etc. about The Hampton Classic in Bridgehampton NY last week, so I thought I would throw up some pictures.

It’s a sampling of my view, as a slideshow.

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We are home, mentally full, & physically exhausted from an eight day show in Bridgehampton.

Lots happened.

Sales, weather (all kinds), meeting many new people, fishing & beach time, viewing glamour, Hamptons shopping, eating great food………

One of the highlights of the week was being invited to a party at Snake Hollow Studio, and getting to meet the artist Lynn Matsuoka, and birdhouse/furniture designer Keith Barker, whose warm hospitality and group of friends will be fondly remembered.

Lynn visited our booth at The Classic with her son Ryunosuke Matsuoka (Sen restaurant in Sag Harbor)

and  friend

who brilliantly positioned herself behind our Magenta Jacket!