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My name is Paige, and I am the new art history blogger for Where Creativity Works! I am a huge art history nerd; like, HUGE. I have  375 more words

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Classicism to Surrealism: Dali’s Venus with Drawers

On the 8th of April 1820, the statue of Venus de Milo was discovered by a peasant called Yorgos Kentrotas within a buried niche in the ancient city ruins of Milos (currently Tripiti) in the Aegean. 865 more words


France - Paris - The Louvre

Everyone has heard of The Louvre.
If you haven’t, then go and watch The Da Vinci Code movie, then come back.

Try not to let the modern glass Pyramid that dominates the entrance courtyard distract you from the grand Louvre Palace that surrounds it.Not only is it the second largest museum in the world, its one of France’s historic monuments. 390 more words

Bucket List

Dream and do – visiting Louvre in Paris, France.

It was a rather gloomy morning when we woke up on Sunday. Our weekend in Paris was coming to an end, but we enjoyed every minute of it! 447 more words


Milos Greece

A week after our grand adventure up Loch Tay, it was time for some relaxing swimming in warm water. A Four of us ventured out to Greece to swim on a Swimtrek trip on the island of Milos. 580 more words


Someday I dream of going to a place.

Actually, I dream of going there for a whole month or perhaps more. That is the dream. But right now, I think, I would settle for a trip that’s as short as a week. 184 more words