A Conversation With A Dreamer


Victoria Milo is a Long Island native currently working in advertising but her natural passion lies in the arts where she expresses “individuality and creative beauty” with oils on a canvas. Although she is a remarkable artist, she says she never really considered herself an artist until March 1st, when her painting collection titled The […]

Loving Right Now: “The Little Prince: A New York Story”


When you seen the following illustration, would you describe it as: a. a hat b. a mountain c. a fruit cake gone bad d. a boa constrictor digesting an elephant If you answered “d”, I have no need to convince you to run to the Morgan Library and Museum as quickly as possible to see […]

Nothing But Blue Skies


With the trees staying bare just a little bit longer this year, I was extra excited to see blue skies out in full force in Central Park. “Blue skies?!”  you say.  ”But Jess, I haven’t seen anything but gray, gray, gray since Halloween!” (Hmm…I can’t argue there…) But no, the blue skies I’m referring to […]

5 Ways To Be Inspired In New York City

Photo Credit: George Ferrandi

I am constantly looking for inspiration in the city. Some days, the little things that make our life go round inspire me. Others days, I need a little more than the regular everyday things. The Neighbors Pawel Althemer’s The Neighbors exhibit at the New Museum has given me the inspiration to do exactly what I […]

“The ABC Of It: Why Children’s Books Matter” Exhibit At The NYPL

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For every child out there –and every adult, for that matter–there is a marvelous, memorable, heart-moving exhibition currently on display on the first floor of the main branch of the NYPL. “The ABC of it: Why Children’s Books Matter” lies directly in front of you, beautifully laid out after you stroll past those infamous lions, […]

Strolling The Sculptures Of Midtown Manhattan

We recently teamed up with the fabulous Sofia Gauthier-Richardson from cosmoArteTV, a Spanish channel that takes you behind the scenes to experience the best of the best in the NYC art world.  From gallery openings and art fairs, to street art and exclusive interviews with artists, Sofia is the it-girl in NYC’s art scene, and […]

A Room With A View: Hanging Out In The Elevated Living Room In Columbus Circle


A  few months ago I noticed that the Christopher Columbus statue at Columbus Circle was being taken over by layers of scaffolding.  Figuring it was either another one of NYC’s construction projects or that Chris really needed a bath, I didn’t think much of it until I read an article about an elevated living room being […]

The St. Agnes Library Presents The Art Of Bobbi Beck

St. Agnes Library (Photo Credit: www.yelp.com)

The Big Apple! A wonderful place, you can meet so many interesting people in this city. People who are wise, people who are fun, people who are creative and you even meet those people who are exceptionally special. Speaking of exceptionally special, a familiar face is returning to The St. Agnes Library for a new Spring Exhibition, […]

The Munch Gallery Presents The Work Of Frodo Mikkelsen


This spring, treat yourself by visiting the Munch Gallery and immersing yourself in the paintings, sculptures, and installations of Danish artist Frodo Mikkelsen.  Frodo is one of the rising artists in Scandinavia and has been shown in Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Italy, Russia, South Africa and the USA. His works are also represented in museum collections […]

The Jewish Community Center Presents “Distant Relations” Art Exhibit


The opening reception for Distant Relations: A Collaboration Between Lori Grinker and Richard Grinker was held last night at the Jewish Community Center in The Laurie M. Tisch Gallery.  On view in the wonderful Upper West Side November 18th through January 5th, this exhibit is an exploration of the dispersal of a single family, originally […]

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