Hoboken may be a small city, but there’s plenty of things to do in the warm weather and all year long. Just stepped out of the PATH train and have nothing to do? Pick one of these Hoboken highlights.
Dorothy Krakovsky was a single mother and a U.S. Navy reservist during World War II. Now, after 50 years as a frustrated artist, some of her recent work is on display at the Soapbox Gallery in Brooklyn.
A Norman Rockwell painting sold at auction Wednesday for a record $46 million.
Police on Tuesday were searching for a thief who took a Norman Rockwell painting from a storage facility in the Maspeth section of Queens.
This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal indulged her creative side with a trip to one of Brooklyn’s best chocolatiers, looked at an ecologically aware art display, and stretched her legs in the Tri-State area’s most creative race.
Oksana’s work may not qualify as fine art, but it is art with a fine purpose. Her paintings are auctioned off to benefit Canine Companions for Independence.
Wish the mother, mother figure, or special lady in your life a Happy Mother’s Day with a unique take on a traditional gift, made, or purchased, with love in Brooklyn.
Many folks will kick off the New Year with a redecorating project. But Do-It-Yourself projects don’t have to mean a lot of work. In fact, just adding a splash of color to your home can make a big difference.
Consider some cheap do-it-yourself work to get a new look in your home for less.
New York City is a haven for all types of artists, filled with places where people of all learning levels and artistic abilities can explore their own hidden talents.
NEW YORK (AP) – Actress Demi Moore is offering two 19th century European paintings at auction, including a French work that could fetch up to $1.5 million. An 1887 oil by French artist William Bouguereau, […]
Covet the satisfaction that comes with creating art, jewelry, or clothing with your own two hands?