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RJD Gallery

The RJD Gallery in Bridgehampton presents the opening of “Inside OUT: Outside IN” on Saturday, November 9. This exhibition, judged by Dr. Elaine Melotti Schmidt and Didi Menendez, features the finest works selected out of 500 entries.

Artists Choose Artists

The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill presents its annual “Artists Choose Artists” exhibit. Seven notable artists jury the exhibit. Each selects two artists based on submissions.

Artists include Lillian Ball with Scott Bluedorn and Janet Culbertson, Ralph Gibson with Tria Giovan and Thomas Hoepker, Valerie Jaudon with Janet Goleas and Bastienne Schmidt, Jill Moser with Mary Boochever and Dan Welden, Alexis Rockman with Irina Alimanestianu and Ronald Reed, Lucien Smith with Anne Seelbach and Mark William Wilson, and Allan Wexler with Margaret Garrett and Priscilla Heine.

A members’ opening reception will be held on Sunday, November 10, at 11 AM. The show runs through February 23.

Fall Art Exhibit

The Southampton Artists Association presents its fall art exhibit on November 6 through 17 at the Levitas Center for the Arts at the Southampton Cultural Center. The opening reception is Friday, November 8, from 4 to 6 PM.

Your Worlds Perspective

Your Worlds Perspective Art Show will be held at Ashawagh Hall in Springs on Saturday, November 9 and Sunday, November 10. A reception will be held on Saturday, from 6 to 10:30 PM. Artists include Renee Gallanti, Miles Partington, Linda Capello, Carly Haffner, Aubrey Grainger, Whitney Hansen, Oliver Peterson, Dennis Bontempo, Michael Heller, Erick Osbaldo Segura, Adam Baranello, Francisco Aliotta, Andrea Karolina Japa, Alyssa Monique, Trish Franey, Keith Douglas, Christopher W. Clarke, Joe Denny, Sebastian Frouein, Rosa Hanna Scott, Jaime Velez, and many more.

Marie DiSunno

The Amagansett Free Library presents an artist reception for Marie DiSunno Lombardi on Sunday, November 10, at 2 PM.

“Like my parents, I have lived here my entire life. My dad was born in Amagansett and my mom grew up in East Hampton. The inspiration for my paintings is often a reflection of growing up in this small community and being surrounded by its beaches and wetlands, while others are a product of my imagination. I’ve been told my paintings are happy. Isn’t that what life is all about?” said the artist.

Lydie Egosi

On Friday, November 8, at 5:30 PM, Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor will host an art opening with wine and cheese reception featuring the work of the late and prominent Sag Harbor-based artist, Lydie Egosi. All are welcome to attend. Shabbat services will follow at 6 PM.

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