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More Than Paint - Our Response to Colors
Artists feeling blue? What about black and white not technically 'colors' (according to physics). Historically, artists have used these three 'colors' magnificently. Who used them best? I'll discuss.

Sometimes Ecstasy / Sometimes Pain in Art
From paintings to TV commercials, there can be a fine line between ecstasy and pain. Iíll discuss religious and spiritual art as well as some surprising interpretations of familiar works.

Minimalism & Related Art Movements
Defined as an art movement from the 1960s -70s, Minimalism was a reaction to Abstract Expressionism. I will discuss artists who contributed to this genre: Cy Twombly, Agnes Martin and others.

Mark Rothko Ė Rectangles in Art
Mark Rothko is an American abstract artist who's 'classic' paintings are in rectangular forms. I'll discuss his works and an exhibit at the MFA Boston.

Meet the Bruegel Family Ė 16th c Painters
Pieter Bruegel the Elder was born on the Dutch-Belgian border. Best known for European landscapes, his two sons would also become notable artists. Iíll discuss their illustrious works.

Rare Works of Pope on Art Market - Francis Bacon
British expressionist artist Francis Bacon is well known for his 'pope' paintings. Two rare Bacon papal works will be auctioned by Christie's in London. I'll discuss the merits of these fine paintings.

Repetiton in Art (Series) - Intent or Obsession
Repetition in art takes on different elements such as: mass production or working on multiple pieces until its creator is satisfied. Iíll discuss artists and art objects that fit into these criteria.

Defending Monuments as Art Ė Erase History?
Whether you agree with the ideology of the person who is immortalized in a monument, we should show respect. Iíll discuss how we must preserve history and why these monuments are important.

Are Museums Still Important or Obsolete?
Smartphones show us sharp images of art - at our fingertips Ė anywhere, anytime. So why would anyone travel to a museum, wait in line, and pay an admission fee? Iíll explain the changing world of museums.

Craft or Art Ė Who Decides?
The art society consists of different factions: purists vs those who consider an elephant an artist. Who decides whether someoneís handmade object is suitable for a museum (art) or just homemade (craft)?

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