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Top 10 Must See Works at Portland Art Museum

Earlier this month, I spent an afternoon at the Portland Art Museum, and I was delighted by this oasis of art. Around every corner there was a new masterpiece to enjoy… So to help you navigate your way through this museum, here are my top 10 picks for the must-see pieces. 845 more words

Art And Travel

Art favorites: Reflection (Kitty Hughes)

Although he was as influential to American Impressionism as Mary Cassatt and John Henry Twachtman, Childe Hassam was unknown to me. I stumbled across him for the first time with… 171 more words

Hoosier Odds And Ends

The Art of Watercolor

A colleague recently noted that an architectural professor had once told him that his watercolors were not art, but illustration- a subtle but barbed comment. It is true that, in the past, watercolors have been used as professional tools to illustrate, not only architecture, but science, products, even news stories–but what of watercolor as art? 631 more words

About Michael

my new hero Childe Hassam

Sitting in front of Childe Hassam’s painting “Tanagra, the Builders” at the Museum of American Art, I made a drawing in oil pastel. It measures 12 x 16 inches.   52 more words


April / Fools

April (The Green Gown), 1919 by Childe Hassam (1859–1935)

Ship of Fools, c. 1490–1500 by Hieronymus Bosch (c. 1450-1516)


Kudos To Us

The nominations for the 31st Annual MidSouth Regional Emmy Awards were announced last week and, once again, UNC-TV was well represented. UNC-TV Staff, UNC-TV original programming and programs UNC-TV presented from independent producers were all nominated for Emmy Awards.  117 more words