Local Artist Pimps His Tricycle

by - June 1, 2010 at 2:05 am - - Comments Off on Local Artist Pimps His Tricycle

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Maybe you’ve seen him rolling through the Upper West Side or Times Square, pumping Sade and waving at the ladies. Bladie Flowness, an artist who says he lives on West 76th Street, has been working on Read More / Comment »

The Upper West Side, 4 a.m.

by - May 7, 2010 at 12:32 am - - 2 Comments

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By David T. Cole
Restless in the middle of the night, local photographer David T. Cole, a.k.a. Glark, ventured outside. This is what he found. Read More / Comment »

Local Artist Portrays New York in Miniature

by - February 25, 2010 at 5:32 pm - - Comments Off on Local Artist Portrays New York in Miniature

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Have you ever stood on the balcony of a very tall building and watched people walking on the street below, marveling at how much they look like tiny busy ants? Upper West Sider Sam O’Hare took pictures of New York from high above the street Read More / Comment »

Photos from a Quiet, Snowy Day in Central Park

by - February 12, 2010 at 11:44 am - - Comments Off on Photos from a Quiet, Snowy Day in Central Park

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Upper West Side photographer Jamie Beck, who publishes her work and her thoughts at From Me to You, shared with us some of the pictures she took in Central Park after the blizzard this week. Shot with a vintage Read More / Comment »

Central Park is Jumping and Dancing in Artist’s Photos

by - October 13, 2009 at 10:54 pm - - Comments Off on Central Park is Jumping and Dancing in Artist’s Photos

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When he’s not working in television, Upper West Sider Matt Richardson is running marathons and snapping pictures. He took these shots on Sunday in Central Park, as children chased bubbles, skateboarders Read More / Comment »

The Subway Artist’s Work is Never Finished

by - September 26, 2009 at 2:14 pm - - 3 Comments

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Is a man who draws the 72nd Street subway station 400 times obsessed or devoted? Enrico Miguel Thomas, a New York artist, has felt compelled to draw and redraw the two Seventh-Avenue-line stations on 72nd Street hundreds of times Read More / Comment »

A Local Artist Captures the Life of the Streets

by - September 18, 2009 at 8:39 am - - Comments Off on A Local Artist Captures the Life of the Streets

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Julian Goldstein was raised on the Upper West Side by a hippie father and a disco-loving mother. That unique combination molded him into the artist he is today. Goldstein, who is in his mid-20’s and Read More / Comment »