It is fully Fall in the Hamptons. Pumpkins are on display everywhere you look. The leaves are turning from green to gold. The Chas Addams show at the Southampton Arts Center is a perfect pre-Halloween treat. I instantly recognized the famous Addams Family cartoons which spawned the TV series and Film. Addams work has been featured in the New Yorker Magazine for nearly 60 years. It is wonderful to see the cover art he created for the magazine, many pieces framed along with the preliminary sketch.
Self-Carve Pumpkin by Chas Addams, 1989
15" x 11" watercolor on paper
See the Southampton Arts Center site for special events and schedules.
Marders has Tricks and Treats on display.
A Shea Keating hat is definitely a treat.
Perfect for Morticia Addams or any dramatic dresser.
Pumpkins and gourds at North Sea Farms.
Sag Harbor's Buddha Berry has a reputation for amazing, slightly elitist frozen yogurt. In the busy summer months its employees get so overwhelmed with fans even the late hour demands of Rhianna are ignored.
We had never tried it, until now.
Frozen yogurt machines line one wall and the other walls are lined with tubes of toppings and jars of candy. Once you've filled your large, larger or huge sized paper bowl it is weighed.
The autumn flavors are in.
I can testify that all of the hype is for good reason. Definite treat.