Monthly Archives: April 2016

Blooming in the Bronx

Two images from my ongoing series “The Way That Light Attaches” will be on view at the New York Botanical Garden’s 25th annual Antique Garden Furniture Fair. The 24″x36″ archival injet prints (editions of five) are being displayed by Milne At Home, complementing their selection of … Continue reading

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Maple Flowers: An Aha Moment (Stillwater Diary)

I grew up in an unleafy, (then) newish subdivision, just north of the Bronx, which explains (excuses?) a lot. The neighborhood’s landscape was totally manufactured, the original vegetation stripped from the small lots before the small Cape Cod style houses were … Continue reading

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Back to the Garden

Rebekah Milne’s third annual Garden Event at her shop in downtown Kingston’s historic waterfront district includes her newly imported collection of antique European garden containers, sculpture and statues. Other elements for the garden, outdoor furniture, tools and books will also be featured and garden designer Scott … Continue reading

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There’s No Word in English for Saudade

Light (in its beauty and harshness) and saudade–a feeling that’s more than simple longing, nostalgia–permeate director and writer Gabriel Mascaro’s hypnotic second feature, “Neon Bull (Boi Neon).” A makeshift family, its origin unspecified, works together to transport a herd of white … Continue reading

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Spring’s Mood Swings (Stillwater Diary)

It was end of the afternoon on Friday when we arrived in Stone Ridge, nearly 80º, with spectacular fast moving clouds, the Hudson Valley sky that Frederick Church and Thomas Cole painted. The forsythia, viburnum and aristocrat (yes, I saw the … Continue reading

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