Over the weekend, we drove out to East Hampton to check out the two current shows at Halsey McKay. On the gallery’s ground floor is a two-person exhibition by Sam Moyer and Mika Tajima (seen above) entitled Midori Mambo Black Russian. Moyer contributed several framed black and white painted glass and dyed canvas works resembling abstracted seascapes, which were nicely juxtaposed with Tajima’s colorful and glossy paintings (technically “reverse spray enameled thermoformed acrylic objects”). Upstairs, the gallery presented a solo show by Graham Collins, entitled V8. Collins combines painted canvases, tinted glass and salvaged wood frames to create works of art that lie somewhere between painting, sculpture and architecture. Both shows run though July 8.