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Storm on the refuge #jacksonhole (Taken with instagram)

Storm on the refuge #jacksonhole (Taken with instagram)

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boston:

5 anti-holiday tips from Erin McKeown
- The most wonderful time of the year? Tell that to Erin McKeown, the quirky singer-songwriter whose new album is a humorous but pointed collection of anti-holiday songs. It’s called “[Expletive] That!” and features soon-to-be-classics such as “It’s a Very Queer Christmas” and “Christmas (Love It or Leave It).”


Bahumbug

boston:

5 anti-holiday tips from Erin McKeown

- The most wonderful time of the year? Tell that to Erin McKeown, the quirky singer-songwriter whose new album is a humorous but pointed collection of anti-holiday songs. It’s called “[Expletive] That!” and features soon-to-be-classics such as “It’s a Very Queer Christmas” and “Christmas (Love It or Leave It).”

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tetonartlab:

Banksy

tetonartlab:

Banksy

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jhwildlifeart:

Art is about stories. When I walk through our galleries, I listen to visitors talk about art, creating their own narrative. Art  tells a visual story first. Then you begin to craft your own ideas  about the piece. What was the artist was thinking about – flowing lines,  moody lighting, wash of color, how to pay their utility bill?
It’s my business to know people’s stories. Development  is a wonderful job, really. Match people with what they love and they  want to support it. Getting to know their stories is an honor.   
There are incredible  art stories here now. Photographer John Weller had a run-in with a  Waddell seal that nearly knocked him senseless. Mark  Eberhard has a visual feast of a painting called On the Edge. Each bird  has a story, a reason they are on the edge. Come for a visit. I’ll tell  you a story…or listen to yours.
Mark Eberhard, On the Edge, 2008. Oil on Canvas. 60 x 60 inches. JKM Collection®, National Museum of Wildlife Art. © Mark Eberhard.
Shawn Meisl, Associate Director of Development

Love this painting.

jhwildlifeart:

Art is about stories. When I walk through our galleries, I listen to visitors talk about art, creating their own narrative. Art tells a visual story first. Then you begin to craft your own ideas about the piece. What was the artist was thinking about – flowing lines, moody lighting, wash of color, how to pay their utility bill?

It’s my business to know people’s stories. Development is a wonderful job, really. Match people with what they love and they want to support it. Getting to know their stories is an honor.  

There are incredible art stories here now. Photographer John Weller had a run-in with a Waddell seal that nearly knocked him senseless. Mark Eberhard has a visual feast of a painting called On the Edge. Each bird has a story, a reason they are on the edge. Come for a visit. I’ll tell you a story…or listen to yours.

Mark Eberhard, On the Edge, 2008. Oil on Canvas. 60 x 60 inches. JKM Collection®, National Museum of Wildlife Art. © Mark Eberhard.

Shawn Meisl, Associate Director of Development

Love this painting.

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Iced punkin cake (Taken with instagram)

Iced punkin cake (Taken with instagram)

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Balls (Taken with instagram)

Balls (Taken with instagram)

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Snow face

Snow face

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The heart of rock n roll is in … the Cleveland airport (Taken with instagram)

The heart of rock n roll is in … the Cleveland airport (Taken with instagram)

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Felt good to be home for the holiday. View of the casa from the Pamlico River.

Felt good to be home for the holiday. View of the casa from the Pamlico River.