Category Archives: A Heart for Art

Art is not just for the high-brow folks, it’s for everyone. You should take a look for yourself sometimes at your local museum.

It’s Only Monet…

A relative of mine was hospitalized recently, so I got to spend some time visiting her and observing the surroundings that come with the hospital rooms of today.  Now I have not paid much attention to the quality of hospital … Continue reading

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Go On, Take The Monet And Run…

Claude Monet, the leading French Impressionist painter of the nineteenth century. His work was at first mocked, villified, but then revered as being cutting edge. The same can be said for most creative geniuses, be it Da Vinci, Edision, and … Continue reading

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Chihuly On Display

I traveled to Nashville recently to see the works of Dale Chihuly on display at the Cheekwood Botanical Gardens. These are fantastic outdoor displays of colorful glass, using abstract shapes to represent themes.  This display really captured my imagination as … Continue reading

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