Morse: Gallery of the Louvre (Day 64 of the 365 Days of ART)

Samuel F. B. Morse (bio here) – went to Europe in 1829 and from 1831- to 1833 he painted the amazing masterpiece called Gallery of the Louvre. It is a large piece, 6 x 9 feet, and depicts forty (imaginary) artworks being displayed at the Louvre in Paris. This piece is owned by the Terra Foundation who … More Morse: Gallery of the Louvre (Day 64 of the 365 Days of ART)

WPC Repurpose

The weekly photo challenge this week is repurpose- here and here are my entries – all from Fredericksburg, VA               . . . . . . .    

Art Digest #3: Uplifting Flow (Days 55-63 of 365 Days of Art) VALUE

Hello Blog Readers. It is time for Art Digest Three. I originally planned to leave you with an old masterpiece to “break down” – but I want to end January and start February with a “digest post” that has color and some light flow. Saturday 1-28-2017 Day #55: Looking into the window at an antique store … More Art Digest #3: Uplifting Flow (Days 55-63 of 365 Days of Art) VALUE

Walk with Jo: Mom’s Siam Carytown (Day 54 of 365 Days of Art)

It is time for my January walk with Restless Jo. Please join me as we take a short walk on Cary Street in Richmond, Virginia. First, the restaurant we wanted to eat at had an hour wait – so we decided to go to Mom’s Siam. On the way there, with a light mist starting and stopping, … More Walk with Jo: Mom’s Siam Carytown (Day 54 of 365 Days of Art)

Flash Fiction: What Pegman Saw – Moscow’s 5 Red Square

  What Pegman Saw is a weekly 150 word fiction prompt using a location from Google Maps: here is the home page and this week’s Moscow Prompt is here. ~~~~~~~~ For my fictional piece – I am visiting my Polish uncle in Moscow. Words: 150 ~~~~~~~~   Sitting at the stoplight, the car lightly putters. Revving the engine, … More Flash Fiction: What Pegman Saw – Moscow’s 5 Red Square