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The delicate vigor of Mademoiselle Maurice

Smatterings of finely folded paper flocks have touched down in France as colorful and poetic statements from Mademoiselle Maurice.  With facets the human-nature relationship resonating strongly, her delicate vigor in creating inspiring work is ever so delightful. I was happily lost in this beautiful video as I barely noticed her over-the-shoulder glances.  How could any […]

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The Mona Lisa in Spain?

I don’t have any personal investment in the Mona Lisa — don’t love it, don’t hate it, it is what it is — but as arguably the most famous painting in the world, I was surprised to see how little buzz there was surrounding the discoveryofitsearliestcopy. Art conservators at the Prado museum in Madrid have identified […]

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