Secret treasures behind the revolving door.

Yesterday I went to a seminar held at The Surrogate Courthouse in downtown NYC. I have never been in this particular building, I arrived like most ny’ers rushing in and having to put my heavy coat, bags and cellphone in the bins to go through security. I rushed to the elevator and went to the second floor to get to the meeting. It was a … Continue reading Secret treasures behind the revolving door.

Great Article looking at Art on Color

As a person who has had to hang art in many different types of spaces with walls of different colors and materials, the worst of which was a pink marble wall and a very strange deep orange marbke floor in the lobby of a very old building in Manhattan, it is nice to see an article devoted to the subject. The blues are intriguing, the … Continue reading Great Article looking at Art on Color

A few hours at the Met Breuer 

Today I had a mission to go see the “Obsession: Nudes by Klimt, Scheile,and Picasso” at the Met Breuer. It’s up till October 8th.  Going to the Breuer in the morning midweek is always a great way to see an exhibition like this. There weren’t many people there so I could take my time and get up-close to all these lovely works on paper. If … Continue reading A few hours at the Met Breuer 

The Laundry Project .2

One day last fall I went to go visit Hannie and we were talking about her photographs of the laundry lines in Naples Italy. The conversation turned to a very excited discussion about how much we both really love laundry on the line, the smell of laundry after a day outside and laundry lines with all white sheets blowing in the wind.   A collaboration was … Continue reading The Laundry Project .2

The Laundry Project

 The Laundry Project Two friends, a common interest. Laundry on a line, hanging, moving in the breeze, bright white or colorful, many textures. Laundry lines are our point of departure. A simple household chore that has lead to a range of expressions. The lines, inspiring and endless……. Possibilities. A Pop Up Art Show and Installation. The result of working within the context.   Varosy Studios, … Continue reading The Laundry Project

Creative Spaces

This past month I was asked by a friend to come and help her reorganize her studio. The space is a beautiful loft built over her garage with large windows and wood beam floors. What I found in it was a place that had all the materials and mediums and ” stuff” she uses for all her passions which included jewelry making, lampshade making, embroidery, … Continue reading Creative Spaces