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Color me red

Standing against the backdrop of an azure sky,

He’s a poetry in hues of blue.

I wish I had a dress to match

The baby blues sparkling down at me. 83 more words

Musings Of An Idle Mind

New Art Class: Great First Impressionists

Starting on March 7, 2017  I’ll be teaching a new adult art class on Tuesday evenings, 5:00-6:30pm at the Fuller Creative Learning Center (260 Dover Ave., East Providence, RI). 83 more words


Second and Final Day in Paris

The last day of 2016 was also our second and final full-day in Paris. We started the morning at our apartment dinette table, studying maps, and nibbling on bread and jam, hard-boiled eggs, and coffee. 1,854 more words

Julie Lary

The Impressions of Autumn (10)

Two years ago, I have a series known as The Impressions of Autumn.

I don’t think I have showcased all the photos.

This is a continuation of the series. 36 more words


Passing Through a Raindrop

Distortion is distracting, but it is also therapeutic. The rainbow must pass through a prism before showing itself to the world.

Art & Photography

If you like hats, the St. Louis Art Museum has something for you this winter

There was more to Impressionist painter Edgar Degas’ interests than dancers. For one thing, the habitually well-dressed artist was fascinated by hats, and by the women who made them. 122 more words