Natalie Breuer

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From the temporary exhibit, Tales of Our Time

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“To my mind the somber greens go well with the ocher tones; there is something sad in it which is healthy, and that is why it does not bore me . . . a desolate country of somber mountains, among which are some dark goatherds’ huts where sunflowers are blooming.”

– Van Gogh, on his painting Mountains at Saint-Rémy (above)


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I took these photos at the Guggenheim last Tuesday. I go to the Guggenheim once a year ~ and always in March. It is my favorite museum in the city and one of my favorite places to go to think and reflect. They have such an incredible collection of Kandinsky’s as well as Impressionist art.

and I wrote this for class that night when I got home ~

Of The Spring Your Father Left and…

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