Vol. 09.17.2017 | Sunday Selects

September 17, 2017

SILVIA POLOTO

Recognized for her dynamic compositions and color sensibility, Poloto exploits a vibrant visual vocabulary of boldness and subtlety. Her deftly handled juxtapositions unfold in rich, textured hues and expressive gesture.

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RICK STEVENS

"My work may be seen as an open window to other realms. Its visual vocabulary has evolved from years of painting the landscape. Although I no longer consider myself a landscape painter nature continues to be my muse. I think of nature as a continuous flow of shapes and patterns of energy that has, or more precisely is an intelligent force."

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TIME HEARNE

Tim Hearne takes a fresh approach to realism, a style of art dedicated to representing subject matter truthfully and avoiding artistic precepts.

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PATRICIA LARSEN

Many who experience a painting of Patricia Larsen think it's the work of a Zen monk, someone who's mastered the elements of purity - but it's Larsen's memories of playing in Albertan prairie fields that melt into her images.

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HAMPTONS HOMES BLUR THE LINE BETWEEN INSIDE AND OUT

From $50 million mansions to more modest homes, the focus is on outdoor spaces that blend seamlessly with the living room.

R E A D

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TOMATILLO SALSA

This salsa verde has a fresh, tangy sourness (and kick of heat if you like) that helps cut through richness.

E A T

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17 WAYS TO DRINK A MARGARITA

Tequila is just the beginning.

D R I N K

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AT HOME WITH DIANA KENNEDY


Inside the chili-filled kitchen garden of Mexican food's grand dame.

W A T C H

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T.S. MONK ON PIANO JAZZ

Percussionist T.S. Monk was born into the world of jazz. As the son of Thelonious Monk, his home was the gathering place for musicians such as Art Blakey, John Coltrane, Miles Davis and Max Roach, who gave him his first pair of drumsticks.

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