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paul_feely_retrospective
Artist Dorothea Tanning once said, "Art has always been the raft onto which we climb to save our sanity..."     I boarded that raft after losing my younger sister, my Mom, and then my sweet, tiny Yorkshire Terrier, Mona Lisa, hugging her tightly as she was being euthanized.  …
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Looking down on top of a wooden table, on which are a sheet of paper and cups of water in different colors- red, yellow, green and blue). A child’s hands with light skin are seen reaching from the top of the photograph to place a plastic dropper into a cup…
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By now you’ve probably heard of Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead; the sugar skulls, the skeletons, the parties and cemeteries. It’s mysterious, colorful, fun and sad all at once. It’s a unique and beautiful blend of joy and grief, life and death. Maybe you feel intrigued…
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This year as the Columbus Museum of Art celebrates the Day of the Dead, we asked CMA Member Stella Villalba to tell us more about the holiday and how she celebrates. “Remember me Though I have to say goodbye Remember me Don't let it make you cry For even if…
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