DaiZnyc Studio

DaiZnyc Studio Daisy Undercuffler, Artist. Gallery - daiZnyc. Harlem, NYC
New York City Fine Art, Illustration, So

02/26/2023
How often do you use your sketchbook? For me, sketching out ideas is crucial. If an idea is good enough you can comeback...
02/25/2023

How often do you use your sketchbook?
For me, sketching out ideas is crucial. If an idea is good enough you can comeback upon the sketch months later and feel it. No words necessary the image should tell you everything. If it doesn’t forget it. It’ll never be a good picture. That’s what a sketchbook is for. Every day ideas.

These sketches I have photographed and played with in a photo editor app. 2023

Green Juice30” x 40”Acrylic on Canvas
02/07/2023

Green Juice
30” x 40”
Acrylic on Canvas

Digital Mother
02/07/2023

Digital Mother

01/18/2023

A Painting- Nourishment for the mind and spirit of winter weary Upper West Siders.

05/30/2022

New Mural project begins 🌼

A great article about our exhibit
05/18/2022

A great article about our exhibit

Art on the Ave NYC, which was founded on the UWS, has returned to the neighborhood to display art through June 30.

05/17/2022

Today might not be the day, but the rest of the week will be beautiful! A great chance to check out our latest exhibition, “Creating Tomorrow.”

Art on the Ave. Upper West Side. Spring 2022. I am so very pleased to announce that  has selected two of my paintings fo...
05/11/2022

Art on the Ave. Upper West Side. Spring 2022. I am so very pleased to announce that has selected two of my paintings for their their current show “Creating Tomorrow “ Link here❤️ Currently on display on the Upper West side of Manhattan. - Creating tomorrow represents all of us, our hopes for a better future shown vividly by the brush of New York artists....

Art on the Ave. Upper West Side. Spring 2022. I am so very pleased to announce that has selected two of my paintings for their their current show “Creating Tomorrow “ Link here❤️ Cu…

Night on Murray Street 20” x 24” acrylic on canvas A chilly spring night wandering the canyons of lower Manhattan, in an...
04/29/2022

Night on Murray Street 20” x 24” acrylic on canvas A chilly spring night wandering the canyons of lower Manhattan, in and out of shops and cozy bars, it’s easy to forget to look up. On a whole, New Yorkers assume that only tourists look up. This, I would like to assure you, is a fallacy. I have lived in New York City since 1991 and I seem to constantly be gazing up at rooftops and windows and the sky....

Night on Murray Street 20” x 24” acrylic on canvas A chilly spring night wandering the canyons of lower Manhattan, in and out of shops and cozy bars, it’s easy to forget to look up. On a whole, New…

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04/28/2022

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Can art improve roadway safety? A new report examines the impact of art in the streetscape by comparing historical crash rates and real-time behavior of motorists and pedestrians at 22 “asphalt art” sites before and after the projects were installed, with illuminating results.

Night on Murray Street 20” x 24” acrylic on canvas
04/28/2022

Night on Murray Street
20” x 24” acrylic on canvas

04/08/2022

Sure, The Met's got 5,000 years of art history—but what about art that's being made right now?

See artworks by NYC's best and brightest in the "Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: New York City Regional Exhibition," which features more than 400 award-winning works of art and writing by the city's young people.

The Met is honored to host this annual exhibition and celebrate the creativity of young artists who live throughout the five boroughs and attend grades 7–12.

Learn more: met.org/Scholastic2022

🎨 Luna Baker-Stohlmann, Grade 12, Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts, New York, NY. Turso. Gold Key, Painting. Educator: Michelle Curiale.

Oh! how I’ve been longing to get out of the studio and back on the streets of New York to paint. This morning is March 1...
03/01/2022

Oh! how I’ve been longing to get out of the studio and back on the streets of New York to paint. This morning is March 1st and I put down my brushes and called it quits on this painting. I’ve been manifesting spring time, pushing the colors of green and gold cross the canvas and letting my imagination run toward warmth and promise....

Oh! how I’ve been longing to get out of the studio and back on the streets of New York to paint. This morning is March 1st and I put down my brushes and called it quits on this painting. I’ve been …

March Morning in midtown. 20” x 24” original acrylic on canvas
03/01/2022

March Morning in midtown.
20” x 24” original acrylic on canvas

Oh, the January light is stunning I want nothing more to be outside and painting and capturing this beautiful dramatic l...
01/22/2022

Oh, the January light is stunning I want nothing more to be outside and painting and capturing this beautiful dramatic light that only comes around when the sun is low and the air is frozen. However, temperatures below 20° make it very difficult to paint outside. So I have retreated to the warmth of my studio and I am again painting the views through my windows....

Oh, the January light is stunning I want nothing more to be outside and painting and capturing this beautiful dramatic light that only comes around when the sun is low and the air is frozen. Howeve…

January Rooftops. 18” x 24” acrylic on canvas
01/18/2022

January Rooftops. 18” x 24” acrylic on canvas

01/13/2022

"Gerald's Tree was one of many dead cedars out in the bare, red hills of Ghost Ranch. From the footmarks I guessed he must have been dancing around the tree before I started to paint it. So I always thought of it as Gerald's Tree." - Georgia O'Keeffe

In 1937, O'Keeffe met Gerald Heard at Ghost Ranch. Heard was a writer interested in Eastern religions, mysticism, and metaphysics.

His beliefs, which he likely discussed with O'Keeffe, supported the notion of the "artist as seer," or clairvoyant, who sees what others do not.

O'Keeffe's description of Heard's behavior at the site of the cedar tree hints that it may have served as a personal sacred space for both writer and painter. The shadow at the base of the tree resembles a figure of a man dancing, with arms spread wide.

Is there a place in nature that you revere and return to? 🍂

Georgia O'Keeffe. Gerald's Tree I, 1937. Oil on canvas, 40 x 30 1/8 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Burnett Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [1997.6.35]

Text: O'Keeffe's Arboreal Portraits of D. H. Lawrence and Gerald Heard, by Brenda Mitchell, Ph.D.

I am Curating a collection of New York rooftop scenes. Views from my winter windows.
01/05/2022

I am Curating a collection of New York rooftop scenes. Views from my winter windows.

New December Plein Air in NYC
12/17/2021

New December Plein Air in NYC

A chilly sunny morning on the upper west side working en plein air.

November Paintings 🍁😘
11/27/2021

November Paintings 🍁😘

Painting in Fort Tryon Park and Central Park North

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