Did a portrait of this gorgeous 1978 camera. Bit too detailed for my patience level, hence why I had to loosen my brushwork today… but fun project nonetheless.
Did a quick study/drawing of my ’78 Hasselblad. Will be doing a painting next.
Today I got to visit the Dr. Oliver Bronson in the city of Hudson. Seldom do they open the doors for the public, so I feel very lucky to have experienced it this weekend. Adding to the treat, the city invited 3 known artists to show within the house’s walls. The artist chose not to be tagged and titled as any other gallery, making each piece blend exquisitely with the historic home.
Valerie Hammond’s pop of color and delicate work felt like a door into a dark and fascinating (sometimes terrifying) world. It really enhanced the surrealness of the environment surrounding it.
Kiki Smith’s drawings where really fragile yet depicted some interesting and complex characters. They where a perfect fit with its harsh yet beautiful home.
Seton Smith’s photographs displayed the hazy beauty of this grand structure. A great compliment to the exhibit.
I was incredibly please and enjoyed every minute of this gem. Thank you Hudson for organizing such a great group of artist, they were made for this historic property.
Built in 1812, the Dr. Oliver Bronson’s was declared a national historical landmark in 2003 and has been going through renovations since. If you want to help and become part of this incredible piece of history’s facelift, you can make a donation to Historic Hudson, Inc.
Fun Fact: The Oliver-Bronson house was in the 2012 Bourne Legacy film as Shearing’s (Rachel Weisz) home.
Between this deer-shaped pylons concept and James Murphy’s Turnstile concept, we can make the world a slightly better place.
If you ever spend some time in Philadelphia, I highly recommend starting your morning at the Philly Italian Market. Bill and I got ourselves a cappuccino at the most Italian place Ive been to in a long time, then strolled down 9th street and saw hundreds of fruit, millions of kinds of veggies, fresh fish and creepy seafood crawlers, handmade pastas and all kinds of meats. IT WAS THE BEST. If I lived in Philly, I would be a regular at this place.
I’ve been mixing my knitting skills with a bit of sewing to make some snazzy pillows. I’m currently making some hand-knit as well as full fabric pillow covers which I’ll soon post on my etsy store. The store currently has some cozy knits for this lingering winter if you need a beanie or cowl!
Bit of a preview of the things Ill be posting below:
A little over 2.5 hours from NYC (and 30mins from Hudson, NY.), sits the sleepy and wonderful lake community of Copake Lake. I look forward to coming here and relaxing by the water and waving to our neighbors. Our lake home is available for rent if you would like to enjoy some quiet time this summer.
I just got back from Francis Simeni’s art opening at Sensei’s new gallery. And what a room! Joe Latimore scored a sweet second floor large space in Chinatown. Francis’s large colorful paintings look amazing and I’m very excited for the Sensei crew. You should stop by and show your support.
278 grand st.
Photo by ©Bill Cunningham
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