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Three Days in Paris

Paris was resplendent when we first saw it in June 1967 and again in 1986 and 1994. Those broad avenues lined with …

Les Baux-de-Provence

Our afternoon excursion on September 22 was a double-header–the charming, tiny town of Les Baux-de-Provence in the Alpilles Mountains and a huge abandoned …

Arles, France

Arles is a city or “commune” in southern France whose area is seven times larger than Paris, but whose population is only …

London Art Treasures

Five days in London on my own? Which museums should I see? The Tate Modern, of course, especially since I could now walk there from …

Two London Gardens

My five days in London began with a cheerful display of sunflowers at The Bailey’s Hotel and progressed to the wonders of Kensington, Chelsea …

Art by Women

Trailblazing artists who happened to be women were the subjects of an astonishing exhibit last winter at the Norton Museum of Art …

Rice Homecoming 2015

Steve and I journeyed to Houston November 12 – 15 for his Class of ’65 Golden Reunion. It was also our son David’s …

Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh

On our last day in Scotland Anne Rennie surprised me with a visit to the Edinburgh Art Festival, at  Jupiter Artland. Like Storm King …

Vienna MAK, St. Stephen’s

On our last day in Vienna, Joel, Elisabeth, Peter, and Hermine joined us at the Vienna MAK, a museum of design, both …