The Art Scene 01.31.19

Peter Spacek, The Star’s cartoonist, led a workshop at the Golden Eagle in East Hampton last week, followed by dinner at Nick and Toni’s. Durell Godfrey

Art at Little Estia’s 

Estia’s Little Kitchen in Sag Harbor and the Shed Workspace, which pops up at that restaurant every Tuesday, will open an exhibition of work by Edwina Lucas and Georgia Suter on Sunday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. The show will continue through March 20.

Ms. Lucas’s current body of work draws inspiration from the topography and natural light of the East End. She lives and works in Sag Harbor. Ms. Suter’s art examines the ways human beings occupy urban and rural spaces. 

Proceeds from sales will benefit the Estia’s Artist Fund, a new initiative organized by Colin Ambrose, the restaurant’s chef-owner, to offset the cost of materials and supplies for local artists.


Bujese’s “Connections”

Kathryn Markel Fine Arts in Bridgehampton will be the site of “Connections,” a pop-up exhibition organized by Arlene Bujese that will open with a reception on Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. and remain on view through Feb. 24.

The show includes work in a variety of mediums and styles by artists who were represented by Ms. Bujese’s eponymous East Hampton gallery and others she has met since closing that space in 2006. The featured artists are Shari Abramson, Marcel Bally, Monica Banks, Stephanie Brody Lederman, Felisa Dell, Robin Gianis, Carol Hunt, Susan Lazarus-Reimen, Dennis Leri, Christa Maiwald, Barry McCallion, Fulvio Massi, Bo Parsons, and the late Priscilla Bowden, to whose memory the show is dedicated.


On David Salle

“After Michelangelo (2005-2006),” three large-scale paintings by David Salle inspired by the Sistine Chapel, will be the subject of a discussion at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill between Rabbi David Whiman and Terrie Sultan, the museum’s director, Friday at 6 p.m.

The paintings were commissioned by the Italian collector Carlo Bilotti for his museum in the Borghese Gardens in Rome and donated by his widow to the Parrish, where they are now on view in the permanent-collection exhibition “Every Picture Tells a Story.”

Rabbi Whiman teaches a course titled “The Bible as Literature” at the John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor. The conversation with Ms. Sultan will focus on the biblical narratives depicted in the paintings and the artist’s contemporary interpretation. Tickets are $12, free for members and students, and advance reservations are required.


“Kindred Spirits”

“Kindred Spirits: Drawings by Emily Leonardo and Sarah DeRosa” will on view from Friday through Feb. 28 at the Montauk Library. Ms. Leonardo is a working toward degrees in studio art, information technology, and library science at Simmons University in Boston, while Ms. DeRosa, her niece, is a high school senior planning to attend Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, Mass., to study illustration. For the past few summers, both women have worked as interns at the library.


Call for Submissions

The RJD Gallery in Bridgehampton is accepting submissions through March 1 for the 10th annual Hamptons Juried Art Show to benefit the Retreat, to be held at the gallery from April 13 through May 19. Detailed information and submission guidelines can be found at