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‘Swept Away’ Is an Organic Love Letter From West Coast to East

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Artist Christina Sun, standing at right with drum, responds to a love letter from West Coast artist Catherine Scott with a piece offered on East Hampton's Main Beach under the full moon of September 10. ANNETTE HINKLE

Artist Christina Sun, standing at right with drum, responds to a love letter from West Coast artist Catherine Scott with a piece offered on East Hampton's Main Beach under the full moon of September 10. ANNETTE HINKLE

Artist Elana Bajo's art installation under the full moon at East Hampton's Main Beach on September 10 was created in response to a musical love letter from West Coast artist Jasmine Orpilla. ANNETTE HINKLE

Artist Elana Bajo's art installation under the full moon at East Hampton's Main Beach on September 10 was created in response to a musical love letter from West Coast artist Jasmine Orpilla. ANNETTE HINKLE

Artist Elana Bajo performing her art piece under the full moon at East Hampton's Main Beach on September 10 in response to a musical love letter from West Coast artist Jasmine Orpilla. ANNETTE HINKLE

Artist Elana Bajo performing her art piece under the full moon at East Hampton's Main Beach on September 10 in response to a musical love letter from West Coast artist Jasmine Orpilla. ANNETTE HINKLE

Artist Elana Bajo prepares an art piece under the full moon at East Hampton's Main Beach on September 10 in response  to a musical love letter from West Coast artist Jasmine Orpilla. ANNETTE HINKLE

Artist Elana Bajo prepares an art piece under the full moon at East Hampton's Main Beach on September 10 in response to a musical love letter from West Coast artist Jasmine Orpilla. ANNETTE HINKLE

Artist Elana Bajo performing an art piece under the full moon at East Hampton's Main Beach on September 10 in response to a musical love letter from West Coast artist Jasmine Orpilla. ANNETTE HINKLE

Artist Elana Bajo performing an art piece under the full moon at East Hampton's Main Beach on September 10 in response to a musical love letter from West Coast artist Jasmine Orpilla. ANNETTE HINKLE

"Swept Away" attendees perform "Naiads" at East Hampton Main Beach on September 10 with artist Margaret Garrett (who is paired with LA artist Susan Kleinberg) © ROSSA COLE

"Swept Away" attendees at East Hampton Main Beach on September 10 take part in a drum circle led by artist Christina Sun (paired with LA artist Catherine Scott) © ROSSA COLE

"Swept Away" attendees at East Hampton Main Beach on September 10 participant in an art piece by Philippe Cheng (paired with L.A. artist David Horvitz). © ROSSA COLE

"Swept Away" artist Eileen O'Kane Kornreich (paired with LA artist Iman Person) creates her piece at East Hampton Main Beach on September 10. © ROSSA COLE

"Swept Away" artist Elena Bajo (paired with L.A. artist Jasmine Orpilla) creates her piece on East Hampton's Main Beach on September 10. © ROSSA COLE

"Swept Away" artists Scott Chaskey and Megan Chaskey (paired with L.A. artists Kathryn Andrews and Lionel Popkin) perform on East Hampton Main Beach on September 10. © ROSSA COLE

"Swept Away" at East Hampton Main Beach on September 10. © ROSSA COLE

"Swept Away" creator Warren Neidich. © ROSSA COLE

"Swept Away" video by Sutton Lynch (paired with L.A. artist Gabon Brown) is shown at East Hampton Main Beach on September 10. © ROSSA COLE

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Art piece by "Swept Away" artist Eileen O'Kane Kornreich (paired with LA artist Iman Person) creates her piece at East Hampton Main Beach on September 10. © ROSSA COLE

authorAnnette Hinkle on Sep 20, 2022
On the evening of September 10, a group of art aficionados gathered at East Hampton’s Main Beach under the light of the full Harvest Moon with a desire to be... more

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