It was a perfect evening in late June. A delightful walk along the boardwalk with my mom, music, wine, gentle breezes and wonderful artwork. (I love the march of the clouds in the picture above.)
Obligatory shots of the artist and her work.
(After School Activities, Monhegan Schoolhouse, watercolor.)
Do I look sweaty? I feel sweaty. It's always hot in that building on opening night.
(In Memorium, watercolor)
There's so much to see - paintings are downstairs and there are two rooms of photography upstairs. Don't miss this wonderful show – at the Fire Island Lighthouse, on display until July 20. And don't forget, all the art is for sale and a portion goes to the Lighthouse Preservation Society (and the balance goes to an artist who probably needs the sale too!).
Looking back at the lighthouse as we leave.
Gorgeous clouds and sky and dunes.
The photo doesn't do this justice. We like to pretend that the clouds are faraway snow-capped mountains with the sun behind just turning their peaks crimson and gold as it sets.
Does anyone other than us make those imaginary landscapes?
The show is open 'til July 20 (Did I mention that?) and I highly recommend spending the day at Robert Moses State Park, walking the beach or the boardwalk, seeing the show, climbing the tower, walking into Kismet to The Inn or The Out and having lunch, or relaxing with a book on the beach.
Need more info? Go to the Fire Island Lighthouse Preservation Society for directions, hours and more.