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Tam-awan Village (Baguio City, PH)

The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. – Aristotle

Baguio City is one place that showcases the distinctive blend of the Cordillera’s artistic and superb craftsmanship.

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Folk Art..

Santa Fe – Museum of International Folk Art

I have always been a fan of folk art so when we were in Santa Fe recently we had to visit the Museum of International Folk Art. 37 more words


Miss Dior

The nifty fifties remain to be my favorite vintage era, with the granddaddy of them all, Christian Dior, spearheading the decade. Rising to fame with his post WWII designs, such as the revolutionary “New Look,” Dior is one of the greatest fashion designers of all time. 271 more words

221B Baker Street

With a little spare time in London, before heading home, we decided to visit 221B, home of Arthur Conan Doyle’s fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes.

Getting off Baker Street tube, we climbed the stairs to the road above, just outside the station was a statue of Sherlock Homes, which captured the likeness of the detective, described by Conan Doyle in his novels. 105 more words


Behind the Iron Curtain and into Russia. The start of an adventure.

Many who know me will tell you of my deep fascination for Russia, so when the opportunity had arisen for me to go there I grabbed it with both hands and quicker than you could say Da! 583 more words


MoMA | Yoko Ono: A One Woman Show, 1960-1971

Step into a the space of  Yoko Ono’s  cognition. The aerodynamic exhibit displayed white walls and the use of black and white  which were key for this exhibition.   149 more words


MOLAA’s exhibition of Mexico Fantastic Identity

I was recently visiting the museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, CA, to see the exhibition “Mexico: Fantastic Identity 20TH Century Masterpieces from the FEMSA Collection”. 183 more words