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New York is not for the faint of heart when it comes of budget. With $20 dollar cocktails and expensive taxi rides everywhere you go, just stepping outside your doorstep will make you poor. But thankfully New York has a lot of fun activities for broke babes too. These are our favourite free things to do in New York.

The broke babe guide: 27 free things to do in New York

David Hockney. Brooklyn Bridge, 1982 Photographic collage - I have an idea in my mind kind of like this but not quite, my idea would not have the photographed element so clearly defined with just jagged edges, thinking may also use some Photoshop coloring or sponge or spray paint??

Brooklyn Bridge, 1982 Photographic collage - I Think that i could use my photographs to try and make a collage like this maybe even a little more distorted, like David Hockeys Chair.

Textiles at the Brooklyn Art Museum : Ted Hallman

Textiles at the Brooklyn Art Museum - Ted Hallman, 1965

Art Club Project?!? - The Sketchbook Project - YOUR sketchbook kept in Brooklyn art library

sketchbook project, brooklyn art library (The Jealous Curator)

The Jealous Curator /// curated contemporary art /// sketchbook project, brooklyn art library

Coney Island: an American dreamland – in art and pictures

Coney Island: an American dreamland – in art and pictures

Emilie Robert Butterfly gate, Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York c. 1900 Art Nouveau Photo

Emilie Robert: Butterfly gate, Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York, c. Wrought iron, Art Nouveau OMG I love this! It melds my and craze

Roy Lichtenstein, Untitled (Still Life with Lemon and Glass), 1974, Lithograph, screenprint and debossing on paper

"Roy Lichtenstein, Untitled (Still Life with Lemon and Glass), Lithograph, screenprint and debossing on paper." I really like the style of Roy Lichtenstein s lemon and glass of water its really simple and its not too bright or detailed.

georgia o'keefe' most famous paintings | ... Georgia O’Keefe’s amazing paintings | Nadia's drawings/paintings

small collection of Georgia O’Keefe’s amazing paintings

Georgia O'Keeffe Ram’s Head, White Hollyhock — Hills, 1935 “Georgia O’Keeffe was my first introduction to feminism and art. Her story inspired me and her paintings captivated me. Through her art I.

El Anatsui Brooklyn art museum 047

El Anatsui exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum of Art

Check out the wonderful journals and sketchbooks from the Sketchbook Project at Brooklyn Art Library. (You can participate, too, if you are interested.). You have to do a quick sign-up at Brooklyn Art Museum to view the sketchbooks online but it's free and definitely worth it. (No personal info except your e-mail addy.). I think there are supposed to be thousands of sketchbooks there. To view once there...go to digital library.

The Sketchbook Project (Brooklyn Art Library since - thousands of creative people from around the world are forming a traveling library of artists' books

Seven NYC Art Shows that Will Warm Your Mind...

Seven NYC Art Shows that Will Warm Your Mind

From Brooklyn Museum, Judith Scott, Untitled Fiber and found objects, 28 × 15 × 27 in

Giant/fluffy pussy willows, and pink stalagmites? Nope. Bunches of acrylic rods, and stacks of buttons. Insane. This is the breathtaking work of Brooklyn based installation artist Tara Donovan. And it's pretty amazing

Installation by artist Tara Donovan. Giant/fluffy pussy willows, and pink stalagmites? Bunches of acrylic rods, and stacks of buttons. This is the breathtaking work of Brooklyn based installation artist Tara Donovan.