Paul Moss took a break and seemed to become part of the exhibition on Thursday evening.
With two Star photographers in the line up of the "Amagansett Art: Across the Years" show at the Jackson Carriage House, there was no shortage of photos from the show's opening. Most of the artists on view attended and patrons included Alec and Hilaria Baldwin, who picked out something perhaps, for their baby to be's nursery. Durell Godfrey and Morgan McGivern were there as both participants in the show and as photographers of the event.
Steve Dinkes found a Ray Prohoska piece to buy.Durell Godfrey
Isabel Carmichael, one of the show's organizers, and Carl Irace.Durell Godfrey
The Baldwins discuss a set of works they ended up buying at the reception.Durell Godfrey
The Carriage House was busy both inside and out.Morgan McGivern
Jacqueline Murphy stood with Aaron Monet, a distant relative of the famed Impressionist, in front of his more Van Gogh-inspired paintings.Morgan McGivern
Morgan Santiago McGivern and Thomas McGivern also checked out the show.Morgan McGivern