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Perfectly Preserved Mid Century Home in Dallas

Fans of mid-century 50’s charm, get ready to wipe the drool from your chin. This time-capsule home on Dallas’ “Disney streets” is a faithful and beautiful specimen, something I’m sure photos don’t do justice. 87 more words


G6 Colour Sculptures and Zen Eyes

The grade 6 students have achieved SO much over the last couple of weeks. They have successfully completed their Zen eyes, turned them into digital… 76 more words

Grade 6

Soap Carving Project

(Updated version!)

My overall idea for this project was trying to bring all of the inspiring causes that I saw on the table together. So, after thinking about that I realized how much, overtime, all of these problems have changed. 118 more words


$150 Million Stair to Nowhere

First off, don’t let the title fool you- we love this. Art should provoke, push boundaries, and inspire. The just-announced “Vessel” on New York’s West Side, by famed British designer… 170 more words


Time Travel with La Négresse

It is no coincidence that I experienced “La Négresse” by Jean Baptiste Carpeaux while at the Berkeley Art Museum last week.  At the time I was reading “Kindred” by Octavia Butler, a pseudo science fiction novel (for lack of a better genre) set simultaneously in slavery and 1976.   622 more words


Upcoming show: Sickboy 'A Small Matter of Life and Death' at Galerie LeFeuvre

Wherever you are now, September is high season for interesting events and Paris isn’t the exception. This Saturday, September 17 opens Sickboy’s newest solo show at Galerie Le Feuvre. 243 more words