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Artwork by Jim Bauer. Exhibited with The Ames Gallery, Berkeley, CA. Photo by Sage Cotignola.

The Outsider Art Fair opened at Center 548 in Chelsea with three floors of unconventional drawings, paintings, sculpture, found object assemblages and more. Inventive use of unexpected materials seemed to be a theme throughout the fair. Found

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3 x 3 inch detail from a digital drawing by Roz Dimon. Courtesy of the artist.

Over two feet of snow that now blankets most of the East End has thrown a wrench into planned cultural events. It seems wise to call to confirm that events and exhibition openings are still taking place

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Bob Balaban. Courtesy of Bay Street Theater.

Bay Street Theater has announced its Mainstage Season for the summer. On tap for 2015 are three plays: a comedy, a drama and a musical. Opening their Mainstage productions on Memorial Day Weekend is the world premiere

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"Number 7" by Jackson Pollock, 1952, 1952. Enamel and oil on canvas, 53 ⅛ x 40 inches. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Emilio Azcarraga Gift, in honor of William S. Lieberman, 1987. 2013 © The Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

The artist Jackson Pollock is almost synonymous with Hamptons art history. Called by Peggy Guggenheim “the greatest painter since Picasso,” Pollock spent his later years living and working in The Springs, New York (outside of East Hampton Village).

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"Snow Fall" by Jane Wilson, 1966. Oil on canvas, 44 x 50 inches. Private Collection. Courtesy DC Moore Gallery.

Tired of watching the snow pile up outside? Want an art break from snowmageddon? Hamptons Art Hub has gathered some of our favorite artworks inspired by snowy scenes (or abstract art that conjures thoughts of winter). Scroll

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Andy deGroat's Fan Dance, Danspace 1978. Photographer Unknown. Courtesy of Watermill Center.

Live music and lectures continue to dominate the cultural scene in the Hamptons and the East End of Long Island. Two exceptions are the first 2015 Open Rehearsal at Watermill Center and an exhibition reception at East

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"The Wave" by Jane Wilson, 1988. Oil on linen, 77 x 100 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y., Gift of Richard E. Salomon and Laura Landro, 1998.4.

Jane Wilson was a gifted painter in the rendering of light, color and landscapes. She was also one of the last surviving members of the celebrated group of artists and writers who gravitated to the Cedar Tavern

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