The back story of this painting is that Gabrielle d'Estrées was one of several Royal Mistresses of Henry IV of France.
Art history is filled with works of art that leave you with a lot more questions than answers. As a student of art you'll come across things that you may want to un-see.
I've had a renewed interest in the evolution of our species ever since it was announced that some of us have a little Neanderthal DNA in us. It now appears that some of our ancestors got their game on with the neighbours in the cave next door, which helps explain some of the differences in
Our ability to be creative comes as a great surprise to many. We are often told that someone else in our family or that our child is gifted and that we are not.
This new year, this new life! Many things have changed in the past year. 2019 marks a new beginning and a fresh start. The past year had been about closing a chapter in my life and moving forward. Much about this new year bodes well already. In stark contrast, New Years Eve consisted of
Here are more of my notes on art and creativity: Creativity and I are one and the same. Within me there is this insatiable desire to create and much like breathing, it is a bodily function. It is as if creativity is a vital organ within my body. I cannot go more than a