M. Elizabeth Price

M. Elizabeth Price, AKA Mary Elizabeth Price, was a prominent American painter in the early twentieth century. And yet I hadn't heard of her, nor do I remember ever seeing her work until I stumbled upon her Flower Border II (undated) quite by accident on the internet a few weeks ago. The work struck me … Continue reading M. Elizabeth Price


Jeremy Mangan’s Desert Island

Yesterday I had the delightful experience of seeing a painting for the first time and being absolutely sucked into the painting. If you don't already know him, let me introduce you to native Seattle artist Jeremy Mangan. I discovered Mangan's work at the Tacoma Art Museum, which is one of my favorite museums in the … Continue reading Jeremy Mangan’s Desert Island

The Best Museum You’ve Never Heard Of

When I lived in Minneapolis, I had easy access to several great museums. I lived within walking distance of both the Walker Art Center and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (which is free!). One of my favorite things to do in the snowy season was trek over to one of these museums, which would transport … Continue reading The Best Museum You’ve Never Heard Of