| Jul 26, 2016
Throughout the ages artisans have danced their messy fingers along the cutting edge of health, often without scientific understandings of why they do so. This is clearly seen in how artists all over the world, in primitive to advanced cultures, have consistently created images of oceans and waterways because, we assume, it makes them feel good to do so.
| Jul 15, 2016
At the end of this month, on Sunday, July 31 at 2 pm, the Museum Board will host a reception for the renaming of the South Gallery. It will be named after one of the most powerful women I’ve had the pleasure and pleasurable annoyance of nudging minds with, Arabella Decker. When I say powerful, I’m talking about visionary strengths and sensibilities on many levels.