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The Tao of Friendship

By Suzanne Russell
By Suzanne Russell

An important part of our relationship has always been sharing ideas about art. As an artist and friend, Patty Hudak understood when I suddenly stopped making physical artwork in order to focus on giving free legal and social support to refugees in Denmark. She was one of the few people who understood that creating solutions to problems in individuals’ lives was similar to creating paintings or other art objects.

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Arts & Culture · Fine Art

The World of Frida Kahlo

By Eleanor Foa Dienstag
By Eleanor Foa Dienstag

Now through November 1, a wonderful and unique exhibition at the New York Botanical Garden is celebrating the visually rich world of Frida Kahlo’s home, garden, and art—with a strong accent on the garden.

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Family & Friends · Fine Art

Father’s Day: Words, Words, Words

By Grace Graupe-Pillard
By Grace Graupe-Pillard

After his massive stroke, my father sat in his wheelchair, frantically scribbling in a notebook. Utterly frustrated, he scratched out on crumpled, stained paper: I USED TO BE O.K. . . . I AM A RETIRED ARCHITECT. Witnessing this encounter, I felt ineffable heartbreak

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Arts & Culture · Fashion & Beauty · Fine Art

Fashion Friday: The Beautiful Marriage of Jewelry and Photography

By Women's Voices For Change
The exhibition "Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography" at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) demonstrates that the pairing of the two art forms produces objects that are ambitious in their meaning and go way beyond the aesthetic. It's not simply a brooch with a photo in it. It is more likely a brooch with an incredible narrative and history behind it.
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