LONGHOUSE RESERVE’S JUNIOR COUNCIL HOSTED SECOND ANNUAL SALON ON THE LAWN

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The second annual Salon on the Lawn was organized by LongHouse Reserve’s Junior Council this past Saturday, May 26th. This year’s theme, “The Curator’s Collection”, included immersive art curated by Tripoli Patterson of Southampton’s Tripoli Gallery. The evening featured works from artists including Aakash Nihalani, Quentin Curry, and Benjamin Keating. LongHouse Reserve’s Junior Council Co-Chairs were Mariah Whitmore and Sarah Duke.

Guests included: Lea Michele and Zandy Reich, Sarah Duke and Washington Duke, Blair Gazza, Joey Wolffer and Max Rohn, Sherri Donghia, and Anne Sherwood Pundyk.

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Light bites were served, compliments of Chef Peter Ambrose, Morris Kitchen, Constellation Brands, and Wölffer Estate Vineyard. Blooms and decor were by Sag Harbor Florist, Sunbrella, and Party Rentals Ltd. There was music by Hot Club of Montauk and a special performance by Samantha Slithers.

LongHouse Reserve Junior Council 2018 Members are: Dakota Cafourek, Scott Bluedorn, Max Bonbrest, Lyndsay Caleo, Janice Hummel, Fitzhugh Karol, Sharjeel Kashmir, Max Levine, Sinclaire Marber, Christina Martin, Nick Martin, Margaret McGee, Kari Morris, Dina Pugh, Michael Roberts, Hala and James Salomon, Taylor Van Deusen, and Nico Yektai.

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LongHouse Reserve encourages living with art in all forms. Founded by Jack Lenor Larsen, its collections, gardens, sculpture and programs reflect world cultures and inspire a creative life. LongHouse Reserve is a 16-acre reserve and sculpture garden located in East Hampton, NY.

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