“I was fascinated by the sun as a child … the way light and shadows would move on the wall as sunlight filtered through the venetian blinds.” Robert Adzema has a long and tender relationship with the way the sunlight appears to move throughout the day, how those changes cast precise shadows and the artistic spirit that combines light and shadow into elegant sculpture.
An accomplish plein-air landscape painter, Adzema is also internationally celebrated as the creator of intricate pieces of sculpture – sundials that adorn […]
There has long been the contention that nestled in the Litchfield Hills, the Berkshires and the Hudson Valley, there are literally armies of brilliant writers, artists, musicians … most of whom found their separate ways to this bucolic part of the country to find the calm and quiet that allows creativity to blossom.
And so, Sharon Ruchman came to the area with her physician husband some years ago and allowed the creative energies of composition and performance to flourish. For some, age […]
If the world is your classroom, then moments of learning and education can blithely appear anywhere. For fabric artist Joy Setton, circumnavigation of the globe after her father sold his French company and took the family on a two-year cruise was the foundation for lifelong learning.
Back on land, Joy studied journalism and film at NYU and embarked on a career as a filmmaker. Several PBS documentaries, notably some of the programs featuring great folk music performers (Peter, Paul and Mary, Harry Belafonte, Pete Seeger) found […]