By: Megan DiBello I have known Angelo for several years. He first came to PTNYC via a friend of my sisters. He was a part of our very first gallery show and event at Milk & Roses Cafe in […]
“Deep Blue Time” 2014 Mixed media collage with spray paint, enamel paint and gloss finish on plywood 78″ x 36″ Why Painting, or do you call yourself a mixed media artist? One aspect of the journey of life is […]
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Do you hate the idea of self-promotion? Do you tell yourself that you’re not good at it? That you shouldn’t have to do it? If you hate self-promotion, or even the prospect of self-promotion, you are not alone. No matter […]
by: Aimee Herman On Saturday, June 1st, Allen Ginsberg arrived inside the body of an old, thin white man with white beard and straw hat still holding on to its price tag. He wasn’t going to attend. He had other […]
As a ‘poet’ I am always emoting. By that I mean that every space I write in I feel the emotions from the past lives of those who built where I live, have lived, and have worked. For every wall […]
This lady is a name to be known in New York. Bonnie Cannon-Brown will be singing this saturday at Poetry Teachers NYC’s Fundraiser. Let’s get the inside scoop of what Bonnie thinks about Music, Poetry and Art: What’s the importance […]