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MATH ITINERARIES: ​Alternative Perspective

​ A Virtual Reality Mathematical Sculpture Exhibit… at MoMath… Anton Bakker, Sculptor… beautiful!

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ART ITINERARIES: The Impressionists

The Impressionists Waldemar Januszczak explores the revolutionary achievements of the Impressionists. He delves into the back stories of Pissarro, Monet, Renoir and Bazille.

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SAN FRANCISCO: Mission Art Trip

Half day trip to Mission in San Francisco… to pay Homage to the Wheel of Color … discover murals… good food… interesting flavors and shops… Happy Holidays!

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Looking for art to celebrate a special birthday on October 9… learning about Frank Duveneck’s Whistling Boy… connecting to Frank Duveneck‘s son of Hidden Villa… enjoying the fall colors, crisp air, peaceful forest… a beautiful world to celebrate!

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A beautiful exhibit in a beautiful space with a beautiful story… there is beauty in our world… to be repeated… BEYOND THE WARP AND WEFT: THE ENDURING LEGACY OF BAUHAUS PHOTO GALLERY

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CITINERARY: San Francisco – SE

Day trip by train… from Yerba Buena to Chinatown… around Union Square… and back: Yerba Buena is where it all began. As one of San Francisco’s first neighborhoods, the district has seen times as a gold prospector’s camp and as … Continue reading

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21. AMBOISE: La Loire à vélo

No-picture-day… an all-biking-day… almost The Royal Way… through the lovely forest of Amboise… past vineyards… Dierre… to Bléré… grab lunch at L’Épi de blé… Ré… picnic on the plage… on the Valley of the Cher… to Chenonceau… Back to Amboise… … Continue reading

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10. NORMANDY: Varengeville-sur-Mer to Honfleur

Best night of the trip… a silent night in the forest by the windmill creek… refreshing morning with a delicious breakfast with my favorite croissant and the most flavorful honey ever… a stroll that you don’t want to end in … Continue reading

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9. NORMANDY: Constellations

Today is the constellation day… the convoluted reason we are continuing our itinerary to Varengeville-sur-Mer… starting from Miro’s Constellations… surprised by the constellation of artists in Varengeville-sur-Mer… BRAQUE, MIRÓ, CALDER, NELSON… at the Musée des Beaux-Arts… under the spell of … Continue reading

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