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August 6 2009 Art Appreciation Newsletter
Hi! My name is Sandy Hemphill and I've just signed on as the new Art History Editor at BellaOnline.com. You're getting this message from me because you've subscribed to the Art History Newsletter and I'm so glad you did.
My mission is to keep you entertained and educated so you'll continue your subscription. I'm even hoping to improve the newsletter to better suit your needs but I'll need to hear from you to accomplish that mission. Please feel free to let me know what you'd like to see here and I'll do my very best to deliver on your requests and suggestions.
I've already posted several new articles on my Art History website. Here's a link to one of them written with today's economic woes in mind. Just click on the link below the excerpt for the full story.
Architectural Minimalism Explored
“Less is more,” said Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Buckminster Fuller was doing more with less and Dieter Rams said he was using less but better. Today’s tough economic times have us all trying to do more with less but can we do it to the artistic level these leaders of the Minimalist movement did?
And please visit arthistory.bellaonline.com for even more great content about Art History. I'll be updating the site weekly and I wouldn't want you to miss a thing.
Education isn't a one-way street, though, and I'm looking forward to learning about your thoughts and experiences in the world of art, too. Please consider joining my free Art History Forum, where you can join in on some fun and informative online discussions from other readers like you. And, who knows? You just might have the answer to somebody's question!
I hope to hear from you sometime soon, either in the forum or in response to this email message. I thrive on your feedback! It's the best way I know of to make sure I'm writing what you want to be reading.
And, please, don't keep this newsletter to yourself! Pass it along to like-minded family and friends. Invite them to subscribe, too. I can hardly wait to hear from you all.
Sandy Hemphill, Art History Editor
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