How An Affordable Artist Colony Plans to Survive In NYC’s West Village

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“This is where I paint, this is where I entertain, this is where I sleep,” artist Beverly Brodsky said as she made a sweeping gesture with her arm, encompassing her small Hudson River-adjacent apartment on Bethune Street, in Manhattan’s West Village. Indeed, her large abstract canvases were stacked five to seven deep against the far wall, “and there’s more under my bed, too,” she laughed. Continue to complete NY Observer article