The fabric of life

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ArtsWestchester is taking public art to new heights – literally.
In a collaboration with artist Amanda Browder, the top of the
9-story building that serves as the arts organization’s headquarters in downtown White Plains will be sheathed in a colorful canopy that will cascade along its sides.

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Goin’ spacey

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“Space Invasion,” presented by commercial real estate finance firm UC Funds, will be a summer-long public art exhibit along the streets and parks of Stamford’s downtown.

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Every picture tells a story, don’t it?

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It’s hard to keep up in conversation with Nathan Lewis, painter and associate professor of art at Sacred Heart University. The slouchy sensibility of a skateboarder with black cap, black turtleneck-T and blue denim pants with red stitching belies what’s ticking in his skull. (Think Nietzsche, Trump, privileged white male, cellphone culture, literature, #MeToo movement, science, philosophy and, oh yes, narrative painting. And then he’s riffing on Ovid’s “Apollo and Daphne.”)

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Curb appeal

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Artist Wane One creates art on Mamaroneck Avenue – on as in on the actual street itself. It all had to do with helping ArtsWestchester mark 20 years in downtown White Plains.

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