This Week’s One Beautiful Thing A Closer Look Artist Steve Miller, a longtime Wainscott resident, is well-known for integrating science and technology in his work. His latest exhibition, opening at the Robin Rice Gallery November 9, reveals details we normally don’t see. Tag @HamptonsBeachouse #onebeautifulthing on Instagram, and we will share our favorite photos.
September 30, 2016 | By Laura Berland | At TalkingYoga.com, we harness the wisdom of yoga, meditation, and mindfulness to create a dynamic community where master teachers and practitioners engage in Q&A and learning through video, podcasts and social media. Now we can ask our burning questions, benefit from the community’s wisdom, and satisfy our curiosity about our innermost selves.
Wainscott – Oceanfront | September 26, 2016 | Lets start by saying that all beach shacks are not created equal! When I think of a beach shack I imagine an aged seaside cottage perched on a dune in repose, sporting an exterior of chipped paint peeling away from shingles that have been battered by decades of salt air. Inside, especially in winter, there’s the sight of cozy furniture, some a little rickety…
This Week’s One Beautiful Thing Sunset at Ditch Plains Montauk artist Dalton Portella came in from surfing Ditch Plains last Wednesday to capture the sunset. He found his friends Lauren and Jaya enjoying the moment. For more of Dalton’s work go to daltonportella.com or @dltnart on Instagram. Tag @HamptonsBeachouse #onebeautifulthing on Instagram, and we will share our favorite photos.
September 23, 2016 | By Emily J. Weitz | Along with Joan Osborne’s big name, there’s some other big news in the festival. What started out as one day of free music in the village has blossomed into a four-day festival, kicking off Thursday night at Bay Street Theater with a special performance by the Thursday Night Live Jazz Band (of Bay Burger fame) and the unique opportunity to view some of Joe Lauro’s historic music footage. Friday night, Osborne takes the stage at the Old Whalers Church.
Southampton – Great Peconic Bay | September 19, 2016 | This house is what we picture when we imagine an American beach house. The crunch from the gravel underfoot as you walk from the car; a two-story shingled traditional wrapped by a covered wooden porch; north, west and east-facing bay views; a lush green lawn out back overlooking the beach and bay; a bayside gunite pool; a few wooden steps leading down to a private beach and an American flag off in the distance, fluttering in a steady, salted breeze that blows from the bay.
This Week’s One Beautiful Thing A Sand Castle greets Hermine Over Labor Day Weekend, as we all prepared for the big storm that wasn’t, Wainscott resident, Patrick McLaughlin, spotted this spectacular sand castle on Main Beach in East Hampton. Perhaps it was this fortress—or the smiling Great White—that sent Hermine packing! Tag @HamptonsBeachouse #onebeautifulthing on Instagram, and we will share …
September 16, 2016 | By Benito N. Vila | Palms trees line the drive to the casita, which you soon discover is not a casita at all. It’s a compound, a deconstructed house of sorts, enveloped in a tropical garden and set right on the ocean. The plantings are the first things to draw you in–their lushness and abundance magically making the long trip fall away fast. Then your eye catches the pool, a 75-foot Infinity edge marvel of engineering and design that extends out towards the ocean. A set of four white-cushioned lounge chairs will reassure you that you’ve traveled the distance for all the right reasons.
Montauk | September 12, 2016 | Lounging in the sun-soaked living room, peering over the Infinity pool with unending views over the crystal clear waters of Montauk’s Fort Pond Bay, this house, in so many ways, feels like the “fantasy”…the ideal we seek in a beach house: relaxed, low-key, open, spacious and tranquil.
This Week’s One Beautiful Thing Serenity on Noyac Creek We found stillness on Noyac Creek Saturday night, and caught the sun and moon putting on a show. Tag @HamptonsBeachouse #onebeautifulthing on Instagram, and we will share our favorite photos.