NYBG Orchid Show 2018

I had such an amazing time at the Orchid Show located on the grounds of the New York Botanical Garden in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory. It was beautiful and serene! The floral art installations of Daniel Ost celebrated the complex and stunning beauty of orchids. I walked away with a new appreciation for orchids!

Come to The Bronx to enjoy more of their beautiful grounds!!!

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Stanley Whitney: Dance the Orange

Dance the Orange  is the first solo Museum exhibition for Stanley Whitney in New York. His colorful abstractions gained attention in the mid-1990s and continue to amaze audiences with blocks of color amidst horizontal strips on a sharply square canvas. His work is influenced by inspirations he receives from the everyday, such as jazz, poetry and literature. The influence of jazz, poetry and literature can be seen within the title of the works in the main gallery space, such as My Name is Peaches from a line in a song by Nina Simone.  His newest works, in the alcove space, show his continued mastery of color with a new fluidity in the placement of the blocks of color, with some not even touching each other in line. Through October 25th, Dance the Orange is a must see show during the Summer months at The Studio Museum in Harlem.

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Stanley Whitney “Untitled” 2013 Oil on linen; Stanley Whitney “Untitled” 2015 Oil on linen; Stanley Whitney “Untitled” 2008 Oil on linen; Stanley Whitney “Untitled” 2013 Oil on linen;Stanley Whitney “Untitled” 2013 Oil on linen; Stanley Whitney “Untitled” 2012 Oil on linen; Stanley Whitney “Untitled” 2010 Oil on linen; Photo by Erin K. Hylton 2015.

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Stanley Whitney “Untitled” 2015 Photo by Erin K. Hylton 2015.

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Stanley Whitney “Untitled” 2015 Photo by Erin K. Hylton 2015.

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Stanley Whitney “Hearts and Brains” 2012 Oil on linen; Stanley Whitney “Elephant Memory” 2014 Oil on linen; Stanley Whitney “My Name is Peaches” 2015 Oil on linen. Photo by Erin K. Hylton 2015.

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Stanley Whitney “Hearts and Brains” 2012 Oil on linen Photo by Erin K. Hylton 2015.

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Stanley Whitney “Elephant Memory” 2014 Oil on linen Photo by Erin K. Hylton 2015.

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Stanley Whitney “My Name is Peaches” 2015 Oil on linen Photo by Erin K. Hylton 2015.

Lincoln Center Presents: Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth

Melt to Earth is a part of Lincoln Center’s Public Art Program featuring 14 site-specific, monumental boldly colored aluminum sculptures by Los Angeles-based artist Aaron Curry around the Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center. A delightful site that is a must-see in New York this winter, the sculptures will be present until January 6, 2014. Use hashtag #MeltToEarth to join the conversation on social media! Enjoy the rest of my photos below.

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

"Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth" Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton

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“Aaron Curry: Melt to Earth” Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center 2013 by Erin Hylton