“Barbara Sorensen: Billows” at the RMA

I don’t need to tell you that 2022 has been a challenging year. If you are like me and need an occasional break from the chaos of everyday life, even for a moment, here’s my recommendation… Make your way to the Rollins Museum of Art in Winter Park, FL and seek out the art installation […]

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Halloween 2022

As you may recall from previous posts on this blog… I LOVE HALLOWEEN! I love decorating and dressing up and giving out candy – all of it! Here’s an interesting fact… when art historians love Halloween, they tend to do things a little differently. Case in point, this year I decided I would bring a […]

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Exciting news for those who love art, cinema and biographies as the life of artist Hilma af Klint comes to the big screen! While there is currently no release date for the film in the U.S., those in the U.K. can watch the film when it’s released on October 28th. Written and directed by Lasse […]

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Hauntingly Good Art

I am so pleased to share that I have returned to in-person classes and lecturing! My last lecture with a large group of people took place in February 2020, just before the pandemic lockdown. Since then, I have had to rely on Zoom, The Wandering Art Historian blog and my YouTube channel to continue my […]

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