This summer, Desiron is exhibiting three interior installations made of book page and tree branches. Mental Notes is on display in the front window, 30 Days for Iktomei, and Watermark are featured in the D Gallery. Desiron, the contemporary home furnishings company, located at 151 Wooster Street in SoHo. Frank Carfaro, President and Creative Director, […]
“Why Our Hangers” Summer Installation at ROCA is on view at the summer Exhibition ” Ins and Outs” The exhibition, curated by Amy Lipton at the Rockland Center for the Arts in West Nyack NY, interacts with the landscape by mingling with the surrounding natural features, and includes the work of six artists who are […]
is the magical world of Nature’s Enchantment unfolds with 30 exhibitions from local artisans and nationally acclaimed sculptors. Tyler’s Summer Exhibition Opening Celebration is Saturday May 29th 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Tyler Arboretum 515 Painter Rd Media, PA 19063-4424 www.tylerarboretum.org
The Garden is an examination of civilization’s founding story. A frequent muse of artists through out the ages, The Garden of Eden is rich with mystery, beauty and deception. This exhibition illustrates the ancient narrative that has shaped our world. The exhibition features paintings, photography, sculpture, installation and design by artists Jennifer Angus, Saul Becker, […]
While at wave Hill I used the time to investigate familiar materials their (and my) capacity for innovation. Being that these materials were largely found or donated, their appeal isn’t particularly exciting or compelling. Yet these ordinary , and overlooked materials proved to be flexible and their outcome, thought provoking.
During the winter months at Wave Hill, the chairs sit empty on snowy banks overlooking the Hudson river. The conservatories are humid, and filled with winter blooming acacia, cacti and tropical plants. Wave Hill gallery spaces are transformed into “Winter Artist Workspaces” for artists who’s work addresses the environment. This winter, I spent a month working in […]
Wave Hill sits on the Hudson river at 252nd St. in Riverdale New York… the last stop on the #1 train. It takes about 40 minutes from Midtown, and once you get there you’ll see how easy it is to forget about midtown or Manhattan. The views are astounding, the Palisades, the Hudson river, sunsets and steamy conservatories filled with winter blooming acacia, cacti and hundreds of tropical plants.