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Monday, February 20, 2017
Shoot Six - Art Gallery Complex
Prague was a tough one! But, not too tough for Elaine, Carol, Michelle, Mariann, Milt, Joani, and Jim!
The Art Complex in Duxbury wanted to feature my daughter's passion, or at least part of it. Lisa has been painting and blogging about her daily paintings since May of 2009 - some twenty-eight hundred paintings! Every day (holidays included) she produces a small (usually 6" x 6") painting. When it is dried she scans and posts it on her blog. Many of these have been purchased off the blog and are adorning the walls of homes and offices worldwide! Her daily ritual has drawn the attention of many. Because of this she has been the featured artist at numerous art studios across the country and even in Italy! The curator for the Art Complex asked to exhibit an entire year of her still life paintings. So, what you see above is three hundred sixty-six paintings from May of 2015 to April of 2016! It was quite an impressive display of her talent. Yes, you should notice the sense of pride from her Dad!
Better get out the atlas as this year I will be featuring some of the more famous cities of the world! Here are some interesting facts about one of them. Just what city would I be visiting?
is the most popular tourist destination on
it is the most populous city in the country.
for the natural setting of the floral kingdom, its harbour and other known
landmarks like the Cape PointandTable Mountain.
Table Bay owes its early development to the Dutch East India Company, which was a
supply station for the Dutch ships that were sailing to Eastern Africa, Far
East and India.
this place because of its good climate,
well-developed structure and natural setting.
also include on your tour the places that make it possible for this city to be
known for its cultural attractions like the Victoria
& Alfred Waterfront, the Cape
Flats among many other places.
The city was originally created as the first
European outpost on the Castle of Good Hope. This has become a cultural hub
as well as the economic post of the Cape Colony.