The country’s most famous landscape painters pushed the idea of Manifest Destiny. Is there a better way to inspire people with landscape painting today?
A former Brooklyn artist who has since moved to the Catskills, you can visit his website (stevenweinbergstudio.co) or follow him on Twitter (@steven_draws) for more information. And here's the link to his newly opened b&b: sprucetoninn.com.
Don’t Let Me Be a Lonely Sad Artist
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Two Babies and a Sketchbook
People tell you a lot of really useless aphorisms when you have a baby.
Collaging with the Rijksmuseum’s Entire Collection at Your Fingertips
When museums open the archives, some artists go to work.
Baby Steps and Baby Lines
As an artist-parent, I’ve tried to keep a sort of hands-off/crayons-out approach.
Learning to Hunt this Election Season
As the country devolves into just the place my 94-year-old Jewish grandma has warned me about for years, a few Saturdays ago I found myself spending a day staring at this man, Marcel.
How to Make Art While Raising a Kid
It’s never as easy as it looks.
Morocco With a Baby and a Sketchbook
In between handing off our baby Amina to one of the 50 or so Moroccans who borrowed her for hugs and kisses.
It Seems Like This:
Distance is relative.
Artist Cannot Wait to Get Out of the Studio and Shiver
The opening day for trout fishing in New York State falls on April Fool’s Day.
If a Tree Slouches in a Forest …
There’s a koan I think about.
Love Thy Neighbor, Just Not Their Guns
When you look around you might see your neighbors but do you also see the heat they’re packing?