In a year that celebrated the centennial of American women’s suffrage and confronted the coronavirus, “Floating Beauty: Women in the Art of Ukiyo-e,” at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich through Nov. 1, is a timely exhibit times two.
With his passion for art, architecture and science, Robert Wolterstorff, the new Susan E. Lynch executive director and CEO of Greenwich’s Bruce Museum, would seem the right man to oversee its renovation and expansion.
New York-based interior designer and author Markham Roberts participated in the Bruce Museum’s “Art of Design” panel in Greenwich. We caught up with him to hear more, particularly about his high-profile revamp of the late Oscar de la Renta’s Tortuga Bay Hotel.
Greenwich-born Jamie Creel splits his time between homes on the Upper East Side, Paris and Morocco. No matter the locale, he’s always on the hunt for treasures to sell in his Manhattan gallery, Creel and Gow.