One of the many fortunate things about living in New York City, especially in the summer, is the nonstop variety of things to see and do. This time around brilliant and fabulous colors of crafts, food, products, people and cultures represented at Festival of the Americas. Vendors showcased numerous choices in food, apparel, jewelry, home… Continue reading Fall Into A Cultural Rainbow
The Museum of the City of New York exhibit Gilded New York is the inaugural presentation with the Tiffany & Co. Foundation Gallery. This exhibition explores the culture of the city’s elite class at the end of the 19th century where they flaunted their money as never before. During this time there was great wealth… Continue reading Gilded New York
Fabulous, Fabulous Burberry! This chic piece seen at Saks Fifth Avenue bring on dreams of Fall after the heatwave in NYC.
The Museum of the City of New York and Museo del Barrio teamed up to host four consecutive Wednesday evenings of fun at Uptown Bounce. Enjoy music and dancing with New York DJs (including dance lessons), enjoy gallery talks, tours, art workshops, summer drinks, and local food. The event is free which includes access to… Continue reading Uptown Bounce
There is always work to be done in nature – and this blog! Unfortunately the bee didn’t stick around for the photo, things to do, other flowers to visit.
Light/Source exhibition is comprised of works from nine artists from the last decade inspired by the use of light in contemporary art. “It suggests that the potential of light within art remains as boundless today as when Marcel Duchamp exalted the shadow in the early twentieth century”. Lee Bul’s piece Untiled, 2014, also part of… Continue reading Light/Source
Korean artist Lee Bul – Untitled, 2014. Crystal, glass and acrylic beads, mirrors, stainless-steel, aluminum, black and nickel rods, steel and bronze chains, stain-less steel and aluminum armature. Light/Source exhibition at PHILLIPS Auction House, New York. Inspired by the twentieth century expressionist theorist and architect Bruno Taut, who talks about re-directing the resources of war… Continue reading Can This Fit In Your Living Room?