Weather-Eye is a collaboration of work by Brooklyn artist James Vanderberg and Long Island poet Peter Vanderberg. James's semi-abstract drawings and paintings allude to bay reeds, oyster shells and refracted summer sun through water. His series of knot drawings explore the context of a line both physical and drawn. Peter’s poems engage the same physical environment while also giving voice to the metaphysical currents at play there. Many of the works by the brothers were mutually inspired. Poems give voice to paintings; paintings illuminate poems and a multi-dimensional portrait of the Great South Bay is offered.