A searchable catalog of public art in Israel intended to be a resource that will
call attention to an important cultural resource: The art, monuments,
sculpture, and memorials in Israel. You may enjoy browsing, for entertainment,
or using it as a research tool.
A searchable database of public art in and around Rochester, New York. It includes descriptions of the artwork and information about the artists, as well as photographs.
I like Rochester and put together this project to celebrate Rochester’s
many landmarks and attractions. I’ve been photographing Rochester’s
Landmarks of all kinds for a long time. My installation at the airport,
done ten years ago, is also titled Rochester Landmarks and was intended
to provide visitors with a sense of the place.
I discovered that Rochester has a significant number of state champion
trees and that the Landmark Society provided a list of Rochester’s
Famous and Historic Trees. Like Edward Steichen who repeatedly photographed
the Shad-Blow tree outside his window and struggled to create a photograph
that matched his image of it, I have attempted to make photographs
that capture the spirit of Rochester's big trees.
A website I built to help preserve Rochester's historic Hojack Swing
Bridge which faces demolition if the U.S. Coast Guard succeeds in exercising
its power to compel removal of the bridge from the navigable waters
of the Genesee River.
For the past couple of years I have been privileged to be a summer
visitor to the 1000 Islands, NY, exploring the river, mostly by boat,
collecting damaged propellers along the way. I've heard that there
is an impressive "Propeller Garden" somewhere, but have not
found it yet. What I have found are subjects for both photographs and
stories—fascinating things that have historic connections that
prompt wonder and perspective including relics of the past or new castles,
local treasures, big trees and small churches, international bridges
and floating restaurants.
Rochester Subway: "Lost History + New Ideas. Fresh from the Rochester underground." This informational site also details the history of the Rochester subway.
The Landmark Society of Western New York aims to protect the unique architectural heritage of our region and promote preservation and planning practices that foster healthy, livable, and sustainable communities.
adhub is a directory of creative, advertising & production
services in Upstate New York. View creative portfolios & links
to marketing resources.
Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester is
the local arts agency for the Rochester, New York metropolitan
region. Its mission is to develop, promote and strengthen the cultural
industry for the benefit of the people of the Rochester region.
The Arts Council directly serves the cultural community - artists
and cultural organizations - as well as the community at large.
Art Supplyspecializes in hard to find imported art
supplies. They also stock a complete range of domestic supplies
for the professional as well as the beginner artist.
Elizabeth Collection at ARTISANworks was originally
founded ten years ago as an artist cooperative. No longer a cooperative,
it has evolved into one of the largest, most exciting collections
of original artwork, sculpture and photography in the region.
Alley Artists is a community of artists with studios
on the second, third, and fourth floors of the Anderson Allley
Building, in a former shoe factory factory at 250 N. Goodman Street.
The Neighborhood of the Arts: Our purpose is to help NOTA grow into a vibrant commercial arts district, distinguished by the neighborhood’s unique character.
Shop One²: Shop One² is a fine art and craft gallery that offers paintings, prints, photography, ceramics, blown glass, textiles, jewelry, furniture, sculpture, music, and literary publications.