Art

There is something about the combination of outdoor art and nature that is calming and peaceful to one’s soul. To spend your day walking through high field grass and tiptoeing through the forest to take in the beauty of outdoor art is a beautiful adventure. Art, in times of stress, turmoil, and chaos in a […]

It can be said that we will never renew the beauty of the world until we can recognize the beauty and purpose of even what we throw away. And it’s the creative innovators among us who, day in and day out, determine that one man’s trash is their treasure. Is this the one who fixes […]

Well, here it is: the one-and-only, no phony-baloney, sure-fire way to keep you glued to the pixels of your favorite media consumption device – it’s the June 2020 issue of Xperience, Digital Edition. Xperience June 2020 – Digital Edition

Driving along our main roads and side streets, one can notice rainbow creations hung on home windows, drawn on outdoor fences, and proudly displayed at area businesses. But what does the rainbow symbolize now during tumultuous times? Positivity and hope. “518 Rainbow Hunt: Spreading Rainbows Worldwide” is an online Facebook group created by Scotia resident, […]

In my last blog, I talked about the many benefits of creating art. I would be remiss if I didn’t also mention the importance and value that music brings to our lives. I started piano lessons with a local church pianist when I was 8 years old and continued them for a few years until […]

I was raised in Loudonville, NY and am an alumna of Russell Sage College and Hudson Valley Community College. I’m a former osteopathic medical student who returned to the passion of my youth, my art and my music, when health issues forced my withdrawal from medical school. I’m an avid composer of Contemporary/New Age piano […]

I have a junk drawer. Everybody does, but mine (and maybe yours) isn’t junk at all, but a collection of my own personal heirlooms, things precious to me but with nowhere else designated to hold them. And in that drawer there is a knife passed down, made by someone whose name I’ll never know. Eric […]

Last month, I found out about Hildene on a TV special shown on News10 ABC, “Off the Beaten Path with Cassie Hudson”. In this episode, Hudson took a tour though Hildene, the summer home of Robert Todd Lincoln and wife, Mary Todd Lincoln, ventured outdoors to the family garden, and viewed a special exhibition featuring […]

It’s that time of the year again for the Radio Radio X  “Top 5 Xperience”.  We asked staff, local musicians, artists ,our advertisers and sponsors, readers and listeners and now you, for a Top 5 list.   Create your own top 5 category (see below for ideas or make up a new one),   top […]

We don’t consider every painted thing art. Some of it, we call “decoration.” We don’t call every formed thing “sculpture” either; for some of it, we look at it and we designate it as “craft” So what truly is the difference between the art and the craft? Between the thing that looks pretty, and the […]


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