For Edinger, the photographs for LATAM are part of this personal essay—and it’s work that he’s particularly proud of... Each photograph offers a breathtaking yet intimate, birds eye view into some corner of Latin America, framed in a way that literally compels the viewer to explore the scene.
In the converted garage space of his Beacon, NY studio, artist Michael Zelehoski and his brother guide a 9'x5' plywood slab through a table saw, carefully slicing the bottom edge. The plywood is actually pieced together around fragments of 21 different shipping pallets, which are arranged to create the illusion of a three-dimensional stack that dissolves into nothingness—or rather, carefully configured blank space.
Rina and Brittain Stone are both visual storytellers...when the Manhattan-based couple found their ideal weekend retreat in Accord, they were thrilled, Rina says, to have “a new playground, a new palette to work from.” But the old stone farmhouse on Boodle Hole Road, affectionately dubbed “Boodle,” had its own rich stories to tell.
From children who gaze at the sky, clouds elicit wonder and awe. These days, contemplating “The Cloud” in connection with our technological futures provokes a certain metaphysical anxiety. IN THE CLOUD, a group exhibit opening at NYC's Ethan Cohen Fine Arts today explores converging notions of the cloud as both a mythical entity connected to the gods and a digital trove that’s equally omnipresent yet intangible.
In the sun-splayed parlor of his partially renovated 1850s home, Matt Kinney’s artwork mingles with tools of his craft. Paint buckets, sliced and with wood medallions at their mouths, lean beneath a bench strewn with chisels, rasps and mallets. In the corner, a burled axe gleams, nearly swallowed against the swirling camouflage of a matching maple stump.
The Huguenot raises the bar on farm-to-table to a symbiotic level that's been dubbed "farmer-chef-food." Snow writes his menu based on what Karl has available at the farm. This keeps Snow and co-chefs Chris Himrichs and Emma Chudkowski constantly on their toes. Karl, in turn, takes on new crops and livestock based on Nathan's needs—or whims...
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To oenophiles, the term "terroir" refers to wind, rain, soil, sun, diurnal shifts—all the elements that imbue wine with its distinct character. It’s the “biography of wine,” notes Ali Banks, Terroir Life co-founder, but one which misses an essential element: the people.
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Whether spirits are bright or Scrooge-mode is setting in, emotions are a-flurry this time of year. Now’s the time to connect with your audience by tapping into those seasonal sentiments.
Some carry crystals to protect themselves from harm. But why settle for pebbles when you could have high-grade steel? This compact utility knife has an ultra-sharp blade that flips open and locks into place. Whether you’re facing imminent danger—or the perils of stubborn packaging—this is your knife in shining armor.