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Post #831 • July 17, 2006, 7:02 PM • 18 Comments

I spent the weekend and today at a pushing hands seminar at Dr. Yang's joint. New England's getting a heat wave. I biked back and forth to class. This is dry heat, sort of like having a blow drier applied to one's person at all times. The cats have located the coolest spots on the floor, and have their heads cocked to the side, their eyes half-closed, as if to say, WTFF? The laptop, which ordinarily runs a little hot, is threatening to singe my wrist. So I haven't seen any art lately, I exercised eighteen hours in the last three days, and it's hotter than Satan's ass. Tomorrow a storm comes through, breaking the temperature, returning us to the 83°/69° days that have made the rest of the summer so pleasant, and to new content here.

So, what are your favorite images of snow, ice, cold, etc.?



Marc Country

July 17, 2006, 7:57 PM

Hunters in the Snow



July 17, 2006, 8:04 PM

Andrew Wyeth: Winter, 1946



July 17, 2006, 8:54 PM

Van de Venne. Or Avercamp. On a more somber note, there's always Poussin.

Only someone from Miami would call this "dry heat."



July 17, 2006, 9:00 PM

I'll stick with the Bruegel.



July 17, 2006, 9:06 PM

Fairfield Porter: Snow on South Main Street. Actually, I remember another, but this is the only one I can find.



July 17, 2006, 9:22 PM

I have always liked

Andy Goldsworthy work

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July 17, 2006, 10:03 PM

nice picture from this great little museum in my hometown.

monet- "grainstacks, white frost effect"

the images are kinda small, but they also have very nice pictures by manet and degas that you can also pull up, although they are not in that little slide show. if ever driving through central ct (close to hartford) this house museum in farmington, ct is worth your time to pull off for an hour or 2 . the grounds and garden are also fantastic.



July 17, 2006, 10:23 PM

was trying to find a better picture of that pic from the hillstead museum and ran into these:

from this why not "Hay in art"


Yang Style Long Form

July 17, 2006, 10:23 PM

Did you get the opportunity of studying Yang Style Long Form with Wei Lun Huang when you were in Miami? If not you missed a truly great experience....
I met him and trained with him when he first arrived in Miami in the mid 1980s....$10 per class at Oak Grove Park in North Miami....those were the days!



July 17, 2006, 11:34 PM

I never trained with Master Huang, but it looks like he comes through Boston periodically.

1, thank you for letting me know about that museum. I hadn't heard of it.

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July 17, 2006, 11:46 PM

Dry heat?

How dry is it?

Why so dry, that if Jackson had used acrylik

The drips would have dried before they hit the floor

That's dry



July 18, 2006, 12:07 AM

One of my all-time favorite winter scenes.



July 18, 2006, 2:40 AM

Thats a good one George!! Very funny and that FPorter is sooo nice Franklin.



July 18, 2006, 6:28 AM

"Group of Seven".



July 18, 2006, 6:36 AM

McMicheal collection - painting without political agenda...
Rubel collection - painting with political agenda...



July 18, 2006, 9:25 PM

There's a terrific winter landscape by George Bellows at the Norton In West Palm Beach.



July 18, 2006, 9:40 PM

I agree with much of what you say jack
Miami does not have a diverse collecting Museum
Will a Monet ever grace the walls of the MOCA collection?
I don't see it. I think NOT

But I did see a beautiful Monet when I was in Gainesville this summer at the Samual P. Harn Museum
it was a nice surprise. They have a nice collection and a new contemporary art pavilion that is impressive

Samuel O. Harn Museum



July 18, 2006, 9:58 PM

Actually, RL, a Monet cannot appear at MOCA, since it's not chronologically contemporary work. It also would not happen at MAM, whose mission statement, or whatever it's called, specifies art from mid 20th century to the present, as I remember. There is a Monet at the Lowe, as there could be at the Bass (if the Bass could get a hold of one).

My point, or part of it, is that there's nothing in Miami that compares to, say, the Norton in West Palm Beach, which is a far less "major" city.



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