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Patience… #catahoulasofinstagram #catahoula #RemiMoo

Look who I found! :) (at dinosaur Bar-b-que Rochester NY)

Beautiful Sunday. #nofilter (at Brighton Farmers’ Market)

Good night. Great friends. Perfect Day.

harrisj:

It was my coworker Tyson Evans who first suggested that HBO should make a gritty series about the vicious New York City newspaper wars of 1896 - 1911, and thinking it over, I’d have to agree that it would be amazing.

For starters, we have the major organizations competing (but 14 newspapers in…

into it….

Last one of these beauties in my stash… Goodbye, gorgeous… #cookiedoughoreo

Produce coloring at the #southwedge #farmersmarket with E. (at South Wedge, Rochester, New York)

npr:

Imagine if you could see the pen Beethoven used to write his Symphony No. 5. Or the chisel Michelangelo used to sculpt his David. Art lovers find endless fascination in the materials of artists — a pen, a brush, even a rag can become sacred objects, humanizing a work of art.

And now, at Washington, D.C.’s National Gallery of Art, visitors can see some of the materials that impressionist Mary Cassatt once used — three well-loved, large wooden boxes of pastels from distinguished Paris art supply stores. Each box is filled with stubby pieces of pastels, some worn down to half an inch, others almost untouched.

Now That’s An Artifact: See Mary Cassatt’s Pastels At The National Gallery

Photo credit: National Gallery of Art