The Lily Show

It’s that time of year and Mother Nature has decided to treat us to some pretty colorful flowers. I unfortunately did not save the names of the lilies. They smell just as pretty as they look- not obnoxious scents like some lilies have. Here they are in all of their glory. (Thank you, Costco. Yep,…

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An Eye For Detail: the White Building

So the next time you drive down Carnegie Avenue, watch for the White Building ( for lack of an official name) at E. 46th and Carnegie. We’ve long admired this petite, terra-cotta building that was built in 1930. Obviously it must have been built for the Pierce Arrow Motor Car Company, but we were unable…

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Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties

The Cleveland Museum of Art is on a roll. Rembrandt was inspiring, the buildings are looking pretty spiffy, they have an interesting exhibition lineup for the next few years, and Solstice 2012 was sold out, twice, within hours. On July 1st, Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties opens with more than 130 works…

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Papering At the Morgan

You can’t help but get caught up in the excitement once you step through the doors of The Morgan…

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Behind the Scenes with Earl James

The Glory Hole, a 1930’s grinder & polisher, slurries and shards- these are the everyday tools of the glass artist Earl O. James. Stepping into the second floor studio of the former paint factory that James shares with glass artists Linda Zmina and Michael Mikula, one can see that glass is his passion. Born in…

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