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Pam Topham Weaves Iconic East End Scenery

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Southampton School Board President Heather McCallion reads from a prepared statement on Friday aftenoon.  DANA SHAW

Southampton School Board President Heather McCallion reads from a prepared statement on Friday aftenoon. DANA SHAW

Newly elected Sag Harbor School board members January Kerr and Alex Kriegsman.  DANA SHAW

Newly elected Sag Harbor School board members January Kerr and Alex Kriegsman. DANA SHAW

author on Nov 6, 2017
In a place like the East End, where thousands of artists come to paint the light, I confess Pam Topham is my favorite landscape artist working today. She’s not a... more

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