The Arts at East Hampton’s Longhouse Reserve Gardens
Saturday, the Rites of Spring at Longhouse included the premier of an exhibit of 500 works in craft media from the last 100 years from the collection of Longhouse. And what an exhibit it was! The hall was filled with all manner of cutting edge art in what appeared to be all possible media, from fabric to wood, to stone, to ceramic. It was dazzling.
But that wasn’t all. The outdoor exhibits included:
Diversities of Sculpture/Derivations from Nature – Jene Highstein, Anne Chu,
Ronald Bladen, Judith Shea, Daniel Wiener (Sculpture Exhibition
curated by Bonnie Rychlak)
Art in the Gardens – Isamu Noguchi, Study for the Sun
Roy Lichtenstein, Endless Drip
And of course, there was the garden There is always the garden. Always spectacular. Ever soothing. It always feels like Spring at the Longhouse Reserve in East Hampton.