Monthly Archives: February 2014

Wild Beasts

  Wild Beasts, or Fauves, were born early out of the twentieth century as a break away response from the Impressionism Movement. Their style, expressed in bold, bright colors, often times using paint straight from the tube, displays prominent brush strokes littering across the canvas creating massive color blocks. They sometimes rejected three dimensional space […]

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Snow Day

Snow Day Stepping outside this morning, my foot sank into the snow up past my boot, sprinkling powder down to my toes. You could hear the rustling of trees as the precipitation, now turned to ice, rained down on the already white covered terrain creating a bit of an off-key winter symphony. Shelby, my marvelous […]

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