Cliff Bayfield County, Lake Superior, WI June 2017
What are we to make of Belgian artist George Minne’s solitary kneeling youth and how might contemplating this work illuminate something of our own condition? You notice the little card doesn’t help us much. Let’s discover together at the next Art for Introverts (AFI). Get your tickets here! See you at the museum!
Wouldn’t it be nice to learn how connecting with art can help us face the inevitable? It can! One of the ways is by helping us remember what is most important to us, remembering those things that we love, those ephemeral moments of beauty which sustain us on a day-to-day basis. Join us for a […]Read Post ›
Art for Introverts was a wonderful success! We came, we saw the art, together we made sense of it all and left with new insights and one specific actionable thing to do to make more space in our lives for peace and the delights of art to get in. Thanks to everyone who came. What […]Read Post ›
Rise and shine art lovers! There’s still time to register for my class on Saturday at the Art Institute of Chicago, in which we might figure out how this piece of art, this lovely painting of a young woman with a book, sitting quietly might help us ourselves to find a way to be rebalanced […]Read Post ›
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 […]Read Post ›