As you've been shopping for your fresh vegetables, flowers and fruits of late at the Hayground farm field in Water Mill, you will certainly have noticed a rather large, colorful sculpture created by East End native, Robert "Mojo" Mojeski. The sculpture, entitled "Synopsis," moves with the wind, and complements the surrounding landscape. If you have missed it for some reason, than while sitting in traffic along 27, look for his piece "The Tipping Point XIX" across from The Old Stove Pub in Sagaponack. Read the entire interview with Eileen Casey by clicking here.
Sculptures are rising on farm fields like stalks of corn—whether it’s a Roy Lichtenstein outside the Parrish, or a Robert Mojeski beside the Green Thumb Market at Hayground. Read the entire interview with Virginia Garrison by clicking here.
The large yellow ball held aloft by a bowing red ladder on a Sagaponack farm field is Robert Mojeski’s “Tipping Point XIX.” The kinetic sculpture went up—up is an operative word, as the piece is 19 feet tall—the Friday before last, around the time that potatoes were being dug. Read the rest of the interview with Virginia Garrison by clicking here.