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Remember when you were in 8th grade or so, loved your church youth group because the older kids had to be nice to you AND every week you got to sing songs about love in 4-part harmony with choreography, and at least once a year a LOCK-IN at the fellowship hall and auxiliary youth building seemed like a good idea? 643 more words

Jen Holyer

"Great art picks up where nature ends" Marc Chagall

Coming in the October issue of Southwest Art Magazine is a sample of my art which hopefully “picks up where nature ends”.  The magazine issue is their annual “collector’s edition”.  54 more words


Unexpected Treasure: Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, GA

While in Cartersville, Georgia, recently for the lovely mineral collection at the Tellus Museum I happened to stop by the Booth Western Art Museum an hour before closing. 253 more words


Variations on a Theme: Marvelous Michigan Mailboxes

I was driving with my husband through Northern Michigan a couple of weeks ago, and I was struck by how even in what I would consider the “middle of nowhere” there were fun mailboxes to be found! 45 more words


I got to ride in a 1947 Willy's Jeep! 

Installed a casting of “The Trooper” a couple of days ago, outside of Santa Fe. We took the piece out of my pickup and loaded it into this 1947 Willy’s Jeep and maneuvered it into position. 14 more words

Scott Rogers

White-ground lekythos

Attributed to the ‘Achilles Painter’, White-ground lekythos, c. 440 bce. Muses on Mount Helikon. Munich, Staatliche Antikensammlung und Glyptothek.