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Marla Beth Enowitz’s journey from stay-at-home mom to artist/entrepreneur

Enowitz began painting at seven while watching Bob Ross on PBS.

Fairfield U. Art Museum receives gift of Stephen Pace artwork

This is the largest gift of artwork, by value, in the museum’s 10-year history.

Jean Jacobs Gallery to open Sept. 18 in New Canaan

The new venue takes over the space previously occupied by Sorelle Gallery.

Developer Martin Ginsburg says making a project ‘special’ means including artwork

"The architecture and the site and then the sculptures that we add, or the paintings that we add, are part of creating an exciting environment," says the founder and principal of Ginsburg Development Cos. LLC.

Tattoo artist Frankie Frieri has your skin in the game

"My clients are looking for an intimate and personal space," Frieir said. "I don’t have any walk-ins."

Bridgeport artist Ruben Marroquin brings weaving into the digital age

Ruben Marroquin encourages his elementary and middle school students to "distance themselves from the computer screens and do something tactile and tangible that you can take home."

Cold Spring artist fashions a new act

Flipping Fur, where fur coats are repurposed into new fashions, is the latest creative effort from Cassandra Saulter.

Fairfield University Art Museum runs the spectrum from Bellini to bullets

The new “#UNLOAD: Guns in the Hands of Artists” exhibition is the latest presentation staged by the Fairfield University Art Museum.

Public art reaches new heights in Stamford

"Nothing is as spectacular as this 26-foot-high, 24,000-pound Marilyn Monroe phenomenal work of art by Seward Johnson. His works are in every major museum," said Sandy Goldstein, president of the Stamford Business Improvement District.

Chappaqua student wins Congressional Art Competition

The work of students Victoria Xu - the first-place winner - Annie McCormack, Avery Schwarz and Isobel Watson Ley were recognized.

Creative Connections builds cultural bridges between U.S. and overseas classrooms

Creative Connections founder Alan Stickler says American kids could learn a few things from their counterparts across the Atlantic.