Category Archives: Art

Off the Walls

The Museum of the City of New York’s exhaustive and fascinating new exhibit, “Art in the Open: Fifty Years of Public Art in New York,” brings the work indoors to examine how it transformed the five boroughs–parks, plazas, subways, empty … Continue reading

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“It’s Only Art” (But I Like It)

To call writer/art critic/poet/artist/curator/pottery expert (and collector)/gardener John Perreault (1937-2015) a Renaissance man is to dramatically understate the case. “It’s Only Art,” a tribute survey of his paintings and sculpture (with video documentation of a few of his performances), is … Continue reading

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“After That”

I’m really pleased that several prints from my new series, “After That,” will be exhibited at Joshua Vogel and Kelly Zaneto’s Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading showroom in midtown Kingston. I’m in great company, with beautiful work from BCMT, Joshua Vogel, Kathy Erteman, Christopher Kurtz … Continue reading

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Glass+Extreme Heat=Beauty

After college, glass artist Joan Ensminger says, she “chose commerce over art and pursued a career as a corporate marketing director.” But in 2007 she was introduced to the 5,000-year-old process of kiln-formed glass and with a rare sense of color … Continue reading

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Her Mother’s Art, and Her Own

Objectivity and access, issues in documentary filmmaking, are upended in Beth B’s probing and intimate portrait of her complicated mother, the great New York-based artist, Ida Applebroog. Using new and archival footage and stills, Beth B explores the biography, the work and the enormous intertwining. Applebroog … Continue reading

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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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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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