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Planes, Trains, and Automobiles: The Overseas Adventures of an Artwork Courier

In the art museum world, couriers are often sent to accompany artwork in transit for loans. At the DMA, we elect to send an escort if the artwork is of high value, particularly fragile, and/or difficult to install. 1,361 more words

Dallas Museum Of Art

Matisse in Boryeong

The work of another Kindergarten student semi-imitating the style of Henri Matisse. Their teacher showed them images of Matisse paintings, and told them to use a lot of color.


Thrift like the world depends on it and a trip to Goodwill

Whenever I buy something secondhand, I feel like I’m giving a new life to a down-and-out item that would otherwise be thrown away or left to gather dust in a decaying cardboard box. 657 more words

San Luis Obispo


On the 17th of April, I was lucky enough to visit the opening day of the Matisse: The Cut-Outs exhibition at the Tate Modern, London. Henri Matisse was originally a painter, producing works such as… 503 more words


The Fundamental Importance of Creative Decision-making

Faced with the infinite possibility of the blank paper or canvas, there are many outcomes. Inexperienced painters are often so concerned  with ‘getting it right’, they forget that there are an immense range variety of ‘correct’ answers. 88 more words

The Sunday Fashion News #01

We all know that the fashion world never sleeps so I thought it would be interesting and helpful to do a little recap every Sunday on the week’s top headlines in fashion. 91 more words

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