And who knew? The facade of this building has been covered at least as long as I’ve lived in the area, which goes back to 1989.
Recently in Millburn they’ve encouraged kids and artists of all ages to build “fairy houses” wherever fancy strikes in the Reservation.
Claire is building a nice business doing beautifully hand-lettered signs and chalk art. Check her out at clairemcgee.net.
A Brief Manifesto
The old Whitney, up on Madison Avenue, never ever disappointed me. So when they decided to depart from the Breuer building for new digs at the south end of the High Line, I watched with real interest.
Yesterday E. and I caught the special show of sculptures by Picasso at the Modern. There was lots to fall in love with here
A group of Tibetan monks from a monastery in India come to town to do a traditional sand painting.
Because it’s always a good time to enjoy your second childhood.
Also, fast food, donuts, imaginary cities and Warhol knock-offs.
Builders used to do such cool things with buildings. Here are just a few of many on this apartment building off Amsterdam Ave. in New York.
Strolling around Montreal this January (Montreal in January? Don’t ask) it looks like the City of Murals.