Kingsley Manor resident’s iconic performance art melds art and dance. As an emerging painter in the 1950s, Simone Forti became interested in movement. “I spent a lot of time at the zoo in those days,” said the Kingsley Manor resident. “The natural movements I saw in animals was fascinating and I began sketching them. There’s
While working as an editor for the J. Paul Getty Trust, Nancy Bryan visited some of the world’s greatest art galleries and museums, including those in Chicago, New York, England, Spain, the Netherlands and Romania, among others. During her travels she has seen the works of some of the world’s great masters including Rembrandt, Vermeer, Michelangelo
Resident Rose Fucile never had a formal art lesson or studied art, yet she paints like a master. The retired English teacher began painting on porcelain about 20 years ago at age 60, after seeing work at a local art show. “I liked what I saw,” Rose said in her one-bedroom apartment at Sunny View.