Day: February 6, 2021

What Is High-quality Artwork Photography And How To Do It?

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A MoMA Collection Specialist Lives Amid Her Art in Her Brooklyn Apartment

“I really didn’t have any other parameters other than ‘prewar,’” says Kayla Dalle Molle, collection specialist at the MoMA, of her hunt to find her next home. On a Bed-Stuy street chock-full of Victorian-style row houses sat an 1892 brownstone with the sort of iconic period details any history buff or design lover would fawn over. But the hand-carved crown moldings and 10-foot ceilings weren’t the only reason the art researcher felt drawn to the space. After moving back to the city following a short stint in Connecticut, Kayla’s tolerance for clichéd horrible apartments was nonexistent. “I knew what Manhattan had to offer and I knew what I could afford,” quips Kayla of the harsh reality of New York City real estate; “I’ve already lived in a classic dungeon-like space.”



a vase of flowers on a table next to a fireplace: Her fireplace, sanctified with candles purchased from Alive Herbal, nests under a mantel showcasing the best of Renaissance 19th-century revival style. In the forefront placed neatly atop a Morgan Spaulding acrylic coffee table lies one of many glass-blown vases in Kayla's home. This one she purchased from G. Brian Juk, the resident glassblower at the Corning Museum of Glass.


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Her fireplace, sanctified with candles purchased from Alive Herbal, nests under a mantel showcasing the

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Mess-free painting for babies and young toddlers: step-by-step

We really like this tactile, mess-free, clingfilm baby art idea which we first saw posted in the brilliant Family Lockdown Tips and Ideas Facebook group – and love how mum Beckie Smith has used it here to get her 9-month-old baby Elliot to ‘paint’ his name.

“This was Elliot’s first proper painting,” says Beckie, “and he loved the experience. He was so intrigued by the textures of the paints under the clingfilm. We did this several times and gave a painting to each set of grandparents.”

Here’s how to do clingfilm painting with your baby

How to adapt this clingfilm painting activity for mess-free toddler art

clingfilm toddler painting

Pic: Emma Roberts

You can create more adventurous clingfilm art with an older child, as mum Emma has shown here, with her 2-year-old’s brilliant clingfilm sunset landscape.

The most important thing here is to use LOTS of layers of clingfilm – as you’ll probably

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Brentwood Photography Group Offers Free Classes

BPG has offered these Photography Basics classes for years to the group’s nearly 200 members but is opening them to the public at no cost for 2021. Initially, the classes will be offered online via Zoom and require advance registration. To register, go to https://brentwoodphotographygroup.org/photography-basics/ and click on the “Register Here” link. If you experience any issues with registration, email Teran at [email protected].

The classes will be presented at 7 p.m., on the second Tuesday of each month from February through August.

“Later in the year, we hope to be able to present the classes live,” Teran said. “However, for now, we are planning to offer them online and will archive the classes on our YouTube channel for people who cannot participate in the live presentation. If you aren’t sure if you will be able to attend the classes as they are presented, go ahead and register so

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