Happy Fourth of July! Some of my past American flag posts here. What are some of your favorite flag moments?
Category Archives: NYC
Experincing James Turrell at the Guggenheim. _ __ ___ __ _
Yesterday on the Upper East Side… Stay color inspired via: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – RSS – Tumblr – Pinterest
Enjoying the great NYC spring weather is especially fun with my wonderfully inspiring corner-casement windows… Lets be friends on: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – RSS – Tumblr – Pinterest
Reconstruction No. 113 – 1979 by American (born Greece) artist Lucas Samaras now on display at the MET. Stay Bohmerian cool via: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – RSS – Tumblr – Pinterest
Painted on 21st Street – the first major NYC exhibit in over fifty years (thirty in general) of paintings by New York City baed abstract experssionst Helen Frankenthaler.
How cool is this reflective window at the Balenciaga shop (currently closed since Sandy) in NYC? If you know the technical term for this type of glass or plexi please let me know.
One of the things I miss most about living in Williamsburg is the abundance of random and easy to find inspiration. Although quickly evolving into one of Brooklyn’s most gentrified and expensive place to live, hand printed posters, and illegal … Continue reading
As you all know, moving can be quite exhausting, and so when this glove came floating down in front of me while taking some things over to my Hall street Brooklyn studio, I felt it was telling my to take … Continue reading
In less then two weeks I am moving to Marble Hill, the very northernmost tip of what is technically, although once debated, Manhattan. Settled by the Dutch in 1646, Marble Hill sits on deposits of dolomite marble once used to … Continue reading
This weeks window display at Emilio Pucci on Madison Avenue in NYC. How flirtatious and fun are these window displays? Have a great pre-holiday weekend everyone. ___ Stay design inspired via: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – RSS – Tumblr … Continue reading
Sadly Hurricane Sandy has left many without homes, without business, without electricity, without food, without work, and for many, possibly without feelings of hope. My love and prayers to all those who lost anything in this unexpected storm. I hope … Continue reading
___ Typography in general has become quite an important component of the visual arts. No longer is it only used as a descriptive narrative, but is now more often the subject of the painting, or art itself. Images above: 1. … Continue reading
My Brooklyn view of the 9/11 Tribute in Light memorial lighting up this beautiful NYC evening. Please credit responsibly! Photo by Naftali Stern for theBohmerian.com.
Picnic dinners are the best, especially when it includes yummy gourmet treats from Zabar’s, sitting on a bench in Central Park, with hints of a gentle breeze and in the company of truly good friends and lovers. Tonight’s picnic included; … Continue reading