Home of American Impressionist painter T.C. Steele named as one of top ten locales for plein air painters today.
This season's exhibition at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, "KIKI SMITH/From the Creek" highlighted in The New York Times.
Chesterwood will present third annual lecture about French's life in NYC: “City and Country: Daniel Chester French and Studio Life.”
A limited-edition of United States postage stamps are issued to commemorate anniversary of Wyeth's birth.
A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that more than 39,000 national park visitors in Connecticut spent $2,300,000 in the state in 2016.
The Burchfield Homestead Society unveils mural to kick-off celebratory year dedicated to painter Charles Burchfield.
A new cookbook of O’Keeffe’s personal recipes by the Australian author Robyn Lea – reveals she was a forerunner to today’s organic, slow food movement, and a health food devotee who made her own yogurt.
The place is startling even when you know it’s coming. Part of the surprise stems from the location: the old and self-assured village of Lenox,Massachusetts
Layer by layer, conservator unveils historic decorative work of Thomas Cole in his home at Cedar Grove.
Historic Artists' Homes and Studios (HAHS) is thrilled that The Cultural Landscape Foundation will be featuring several HAHS sites as part of their Garden Dialogues series this season.