To the Moms who went through months of discomfort and pain to bring us into the world. The Moms that chose to bring us into their lives even though they didn’t give birth to us. The Moms who became a surrogate parent to us because our birth mothers were no longer able to care for… Continue reading Mother’s Day
View of Manhattan Bridge from Brooklyn streets. After this posting was planned for today went for a walk in the West Village and happened upon painting below by French artist Patrick Rousseau showing same subject and vantage point. Seen at Carré D’Artistes Art Gallery, NY. Will take that as a good sign for the start… Continue reading Manhattan Bridge
Cy Twombly – Untitled I-VI (Green Paintings), 1986, seen at The Met Breuer in New York. Depicts either a walk in the woods or the whiteness of the Mediterranean Sea that was visible from his studio in Gaeta, Italy. No one knows whether it’s finished or unfinished. What do you think it depicts and do… Continue reading Cy Twombly, Untitled I-VI
Are you ready for summer?
Indian Larry’s Chain of Mystery bike, 2004. Indian Larry Motorcycles are still Brooklyn, NY built following the old school chopper style. Unfortunately this was the last one Larry built before his untimely death, RIP. Even if you’re not a motorcycle enthusiast worth a look to see their extraordinary craftsmanship and design – inspiration everywhere!! Be… Continue reading Chain Of Mystery
Beautiful store with great products – perfumes, candles, diffusers, etc. Also wonderful packaging details from the brands they carry. Hidden gem in the West Village of New York City.