The Masterful Maison de Monet

You can’t help being hit with a wave of inspiration as you enter the gardens at La Fondation Claude Monet. There seem to be as many colors as there are flowers; thousands of petals growing upwards and outwards into one another and across an expanse of green.

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Heavenly Bodies: Art or Kitsch?

As I walked through the gallery with Ave Maria playing over a loudspeaker, I kept thinking: is this not a little kitschy?

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David Bowie Is: Up Close & Personal

In the fifth year of its international tour, “David Bowie Is” ends its journey at The Brooklyn Museum.

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On Island Time in Islamorada

Islamorada may be known as the Sport Fishing Capital of the World, but it also has a blooming arts scene that complements the beauty of the locale and its laid-back, colorful vibe.

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Key West: Beyond the Bars + Spring Breakers

Key West exudes creative energy and eccentricity. Boasting many galleries, shops and restaurants, the Floridian city home to famous artists such as Ernest Hemingway and Tenessee Williams, remains a wonderful place to spend time.

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Destination Miami: Discovering Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

While there are seemingly endless things to do in Miami, beyond the beaches and clubs, the food and drinks, lies a place that begs to be experienced: Vizcaya Museum & Gardens.

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My Favorite Artist: Florine Stettheimer

I love that my favorite artist happens to have worked across multiple genres, and perhaps that’s why I am drawn to her. Who is your favorite artist? And why?

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The NYC Gallery Scene: Where to Begin?

With over 600 galleries in New York City, how do you begin to decide where to visit and what to see? Luckily, there are people who can help you along the way! 

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