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Ballast Key, the picture perfect private island of David Wolkowsky

Ballast Key, the picture perfect private island of David Wolkowsky

 

 

John Hemingway & Christina Oxenberg on the boat to lunch at Ballast Key

John Hemingway & Christina Oxenberg on the boat to lunch at Ballast Key

CO & Carmen D'Alessio

CO & Carmen D’Alessio

Candace Bushnell

Candace Bushnell

Their Majesties Queen Sophie of Spain and King Hussein of Jordan

Their Majesties Queen Sophie of Spain and King Hussein of Jordan


 

David Wolkowsky’s event

 

David Wolkowsky, The King of Key West & Ballast Key

David Wolkowsky, The King of Key West & Ballast Key

David Wolkowsky driving the buggy on the island

David Wolkowsky driving the buggy on the island

David Wolkowsky driving the buggy at Ballast Key

David Wolkowsky driving the buggy at Ballast Key

David Wolkowsky and Kelly McGillis at the Tennessee Williams exhibition at the Custom House Museum, 281 Front Street, Key West, Florida

David Wolkowsky and Kelly McGillis at the Tennessee Williams exhibition at the Custom House Museum, 281 Front Street, Key West, Florida

David Wolkowsky admiring a portrait of Michael Yorke, by Tennessee Williams

David Wolkowsky admiring a portrait of Michael Yorke, by Tennessee Williams

David Wolkowsky at the Tennessee Williams exhibit, Key West, Florida January 2014

David Wolkowsky at the Tennessee Williams exhibit, Key West, Florida January 2014

The Party of the Year

The Party of the Year

Target Practice by Tennessee Williams

Target Practice by Tennessee Williams

Cri de Coeur by Tennessee Williams

Cri de Coeur by Tennessee Williams

Portrait of David Wolkowsky by Tennessee Williams

Portrait of David Wolkowsky by Tennessee Williams

A Child's Garden of Roses, by Tennessee Williams who in a fit of pique depicts a tiny Truman Capote firing a gun, symbolizing his acts of sabotage, self-wounding and otherwise.

A Child’s Garden of Roses, by Tennessee Williams who in a fit of pique depicts a tiny Truman Capote firing a gun, symbolizing his acts of sabotage, self-wounding and otherwise.


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