Works by Louis Comfort Tiffany on View at Lyndhurst Mansion

Detail from "Pushing Off the Boat, Sea Bright, New Jersey, 1887" by Louis Comfort Tiffany (photo courtesy of Nassau Museum) When one hears the last name “Tiffany,” they often think of the jewelry company Tiffany & Co., or its founder’s son, designer and artist Louis Comfort Tiffany. It is the latter Tiffany whose stained glass ... Read More »

Artworks by Incarcerated Men and Women on Display in Ossining

"Magical Garden" by Hector Rodriguez Rehabilitation Through the Arts (RTA) uses the creative arts, including theater, writing and visual arts, in order to develop and expand critical life skills of the incarcerated men and women it serves. As a result, more than 60 works by RTA prisoner members from five maximum and medium security prisons ... Read More »

Artist Weaves Into the Fabric of History

Detail of "Mystery" by Orly Cogan Israeli fiber artist Orly Cogan collaborates with unnamed women of generations past. The foundation of her work is the utilitarian craftwork of women from previous eras – vintage materials like tablecloths and baby linens – onto which she crochets, embroiders and paints her experiences as a modern woman. Summer ... Read More »