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The First Snow of the Year (and Winter as Art at the AIC)

It’s snowing! It’s the first snow of the year, and, though it’s hardly enough to go skiing, it’s enough to coat the world in fresh white, making it pristine and lacy and lovely. 2,298 more words

The Room of Flowers

You know what I like about art? I’ll never see it all. Here’s an American Impressionist whom I’ve never heard of, and his painting is one I’d hang in my family room, to remind me that rooms do not have to be neat and clutter-free. 63 more words


Running. With America.

Words cut.
And she held the knife.
Yes, in CAPS.

5:30 am. July 4th, 2015.
The Wolf Pack was settled in the car and heading down I-95 S. 646 more words


Happy 4th of July!

Wishing you a festive weekend and a glorious Fourth! 15 more words


Picturing America

In this era Americans have come to appreciate more and more out heritage of American art.

In the past 100 years American art has been second only to France and has assumed the role of world leadership. 83 more words


A Tale of Two Cities

Hassam, Just Off the Avenue, Fifty-third Street, 1916.

Renoir, Dance at Le moulin de la Galette, 1976

Pierre Auguste Renoir and Childe Hassam were two painters who constantly captured the cities they admired during the culture movement called Impressionism. 230 more words

Pierre-Auguste Renoir