Ahead of the opening of the New Orange County Museum of Art, director Heidi Zuckerman shows Cultured what she collects at home – Cultured Magazine | Ad On Picture

Sarah Harrelson: When did you first become interested in art? Heidi Zuckerman: I grew up around art and to be honest I can’t remember a time in my life before I was at least interested in art. My grandmother collected fine and decorative arts – Hudson River School paintings, 17th-century Dutch paintings, early American paintings, … Read more

These are our favorite new cookbooks for fall – Outside Online – Outside | Ad On Picture

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> While some look forward to autumn’s pumpkin spice latte and crispy leaves, for others it heralds the birth of a whole new class of cookbook. Here we’ve rounded up six fall releases that will help you improve your cooking skills and knowledge both indoors and out. Dinner in One: Extraordinary & Simple One Pan … Read more

Behind the Scenes of the NBA Rookie Photoshoot – NBA.com | Ad On Picture

Piston rookie Jaden Ivey photographed by Brian Babineau at the 2022 rookie photoshoot. In July 2013, a young, skinny Giannis Antetokounmpo had just played in his first NBA Summer League after being drafted 15th overall by the Milwaukee Bucks. Before getting dressed for his first NBA game, Antetokounmpo donned his official Bucks uniform for the … Read more

This week’s focus: Tania Franco Klein | World Photography Organization – World Photography Organization | | Ad On Picture

Tania Franco Klein received the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards National Award for Mexico and her series Our Life in the Shadows was shortlisted for the 2018 edition of the Professional competition. Her work is heavily influenced by her fascination with issues related to social behavior, media sensory overload, emotional disconnection, obsession with eternal youth … Read more

Steve Legge: Back After 40 Years to Complete His UMaine Degree – UMaine News – University of Maine – University of Maine | Ad On Picture

Steve Legge, communications director at St. Johnsbury Academy, was photographing a student signing a letter of intent to run cross country at the University of Maine when a revelation hit him. Legge attended UMaine between 1982 and 1985, graduating after his junior year with a GPA “just under 2”. He loved UMaine but admits he … Read more

Game Changer – Lake Cowichan Gazette – Lake Cowichan Gazette | Ad On Picture

– Words by Laura Goldstein Photography by Lia Crowe You might catch a glimpse raising dust over the back roads of the Okanagan on her Ninja ZX6R motorcycle or Harley Davidson Sportster 48. Or check out her sprint-focused swim routines at Kelowna’s H2O Adventure + Fitness Center, where her peak performance is a high-energy vortex … Read more

Wild Things visit the Briscoe, Witte and Tobin Center – San Antonio Report | Ad On Picture

For National Geographic fans in San Antonio, October is your month. The Briscoe Western Art Museum opens Friday with an exhibition of captivating wildlife photography by acclaimed photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen, National Geographic Live returns Oct. 2 with adventure filmmaker Bryan Smith at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, and the Witte Museum opens … Read more

Stan Chisholm takes artistic expression “to another realm” – St. Louis American | Ad On Picture

Stan Chisholm, commonly known as 18&Counting, is a modern Renaissance man. A native of South St. Louis is a painter, sculptor, rapper, producer and teacher. pq “You have to have creative confidence,” said artist Stan Chisholm. Teatopia in the Cherokee area is a perfect place to talk to any artist and is one of their … Read more

Things to Do in Denver This Weekend, September 30th – October 2nd | West Word – West Word | Ad On Picture

It’s a beautiful fall weekend in Colorado with a plethora of cultural events in Denver… and beyond. You can explore the city through Doors Open Denver or explore the mind during Tellurides Original Thinkers Festival. Check out this list for a dozen free things to do around town, as well as Art Attack for the … Read more

New Life in The Landings – Savannah Magazine – savannahmagazine | Ad On Picture

A Miami couple and a Nashville designer reinvent a dated home with a less-is-more mentality Photo of KHAKI DELANEY IF MIAMIANS When Leslie and Marty Steinberg’s youngest child entered college, the couple began an exhaustive search for a second home that would become their primary home. “I found The Landings in an article about luxury … Read more