Song of the Lark

Once voted one of the most popular pieces of art in the world, “The Song of the Lark,” by Jules-Adolph Breton, 1884, this image of a young woman standing in the field, may evoke an array of different emotions perhaps even confusion. 

What a way to make of her? 

Is she sad and resigned or quietly hopeful? 

What can she offer us for our own struggles at the beginning of each day? 

Join us next Saturday to explore the many possibilities and to experience for yourself the many consolations that art may offer us in a complicated world today. 

Come solo or with a friend. It’s going to be a lot of fun but space is very limited, so grab yours now. 
See you at the museum!

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