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Pictures at an exhibition

In Bernard Berenson: A Life in the Picture Trade, Rachel Cohen describes how Berenson, revolutionized art history by his beliefs that  “one did not need to be steeped in history or iconography in order to respond to paintings…one could  be in an active relationship with paintings…one’s own private and profound experiences of them was not just for the rich or gifted but a natural capacity of the human mind and therefore available to everybody.”  Paintings, wrote Berenson, “hate people that come to them with anything but perfect abandon.” This month an exhibit of my watercolors hangs at the… 508 more words

Vernacular Landscape

Anatomy of a Sunset.

While in Pt. Reyes, Nick and I took in the sunset. While I was sifting through our photos I noticed we captured the natural movement and really loved the way they looked side by side. 29 more words

Photography

A Day in Tomales Bay.

This weekend we spent a day enjoying the beautiful Tomales Bay. Luckily, the weather was perfect as we kayaked and took in the marvelous views. If you’re a fan of oysters you should take a visit to this tiny town and enjoy nature, wines, and famous Cowgirl Creamery. 91 more words

Photography

California Shellfish Initiative Seeks to Improve Climate For Farmers and Regulators

Thirty years ago in Tomales Bay, John Finger started an oyster farm with just $500. But, today he acknowledges it is much more difficult to start a shellfish company in California. 732 more words

Aquaculture

Hog Island Oyster Co.

Most people know of Hog Island Oyster Company, located in the Ferry Building in San Francisco, for enjoying some of the freshest and tastiest oysters around. 267 more words

California

Gorging on Oysters by the Bay

I felt it necessary to get the kayaking out of the way. Don’t get me wrong, I love kayaking – the watery silence you experience when floating on the sea; the sprinkles of salt water cooling off your skin, the seals that suddenly pop up next to your boat like smooth, silky marine versions of a jack-in-the-box. 346 more words

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