Floating Art Exhibit Vandalism 'Really Sucks' Says Artist - 27 East

Floating Art Exhibit Vandalism ‘Really Sucks’ Says Artist

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The Bonac Blind installation art in Springs. The artist, Scott Bluedorn, said that the blind was vandalized last week.

The Bonac Blind installation art in Springs. The artist, Scott Bluedorn, said that the blind was vandalized last week.

The Bonac Blind installation art in Springs. The artist, Scott Bluedorn, said that the blind was vandalized last week.

The Bonac Blind installation art in Springs. The artist, Scott Bluedorn, said that the blind was vandalized last week. Michael Heller

author on Oct 27, 2020
An East Hampton artist said that a tiny floating house he built as an homage to the old Bonac way of life was vandalized last week. Scott Bluedorn told the... more

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