Author: Melissa Lutz Blouin
A boat bobs up and down on the water, its occupant still except for an occasional inquiring tug on the fishing line. On the lakeshore, a deer looks cautiously from side to side before bending its head to the water to drink. In...Read More
Forget park-sized art installations and cartoon cells – in the 15th and 16th century, triptychs were all the rage, according to art professor Lynn Jacobs. The best artists painted them, religious orders used them in churches,...Read More
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