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Art favorites: Louisa Fletcher

The image of Louisa Fletcher is arresting. With a shadow behind her, she looks almost like a real three-dimensional person. She exudes an air of confidence that only the wealthy elites can carry off. 47 more words

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Photo: Memories of spring

To encourage the long-delayed spring of 2018 to arrive, here’s a view of tulips from 2017: Indianapolis Museum of Art, April 15, 2017

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Art favorites: Undine

The water nymph emerging from the cattails beckons to my ignorance of Greek mythology. (One of these days I need to rectify that.)  Not typically a sculpture-phile, something about the legend of water spirits intrigues me. 83 more words

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Photo: White Cattleya orchid

White Cattleya orchid at the annual orchid exhibit at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, February 10, 2018

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Art favorites: Entrance to the Port of Honfleur

When I turn around in the gallery and look at Entrance to the Port of Honfleur from across the room, I am entranced. Distance brings the scene into sharper focus. 42 more words

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Photo: Peony tulips in quiet slumber

Peony tulips bent over under their own weight at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, May 20, 2017

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