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New in the Galleries: 101-year-old Cuban artist Carmen Herrera explores the possibilities of geometric abstraction in her painting “Beacon II” (2016). Though this work’s crisp lines and contrasting planes of color might seem simple, Herrera, who trained as an architect at the Universidad de la Habana, creates the illusion of depth by converging the red triangles just off the center of the canvas. This contradiction between flatness and depth creates a spatial tension that allows Herrera to challenge the geometry of her canvas.  

“Beacon II,” 2016, by Carmen Herrera (Promised gift of Glenn and Amanda Fuhrman)

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‘Tay, I really need your help’, Fern said, feeling embarrassed beyond measure by her own request.

‘What is it?’ he asked suspiciously.

‘Roosje talked me into going to Hank’s party this Friday..?’ Tay nodded, confirming he knew about the upcoming event. ‘But I know squat about dancing..?’

‘Why don’t ask Roosje to teach you?’ The guy was quick.

‘Do you remember your last time with Roosje tutoring you?’

‘Yeahhhh,’ Tay winced, ‘she nearly killed me with her pencil. Twice’. He fell silent for a moment. ‘Okay, I guess I can show you couple of moves’.

Wintery shadows are still here … even though we just had a record high of 63 degrees Fahrenheit. -

Four shades of wool/alpaca Drops Nepal were used in the Wintery Shadows Scarf to create the striping. -

The crochet pattern is available through my profile link. -

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