Monthly Archives: April 2017

Global to Local: Advocating Travel Education and Community Service

I’m so proud of my daughter, Jacqueline Hesse, and her colleague Christine McCartney, both teachers at Excelsior Academy, who believe in grassroots action and empowerment. I’m posting this to support their quest to teach and empower their students, who are fighting … Continue reading

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In Praise of Abstraction

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Originally posted on Mindsights by Lynda Lehmann:
If we are going to discuss the validation of art by virtue of “skill” or “meaning,” we have to give abstraction a fair shake. To my way of thinking, abstract art is more…

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In Praise of Abstraction

If we are going to discuss the validation of art by virtue of “skill” or “meaning,” we have to give abstraction a fair shake. To my way of thinking, abstract art is more interesting (if not more beautiful) than realism, … Continue reading

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