Rene Magritte’s Invisible Cat and why you can’t see him… Walking into a room of Rene Magritte’s paintings is like entering a workout gymnasium for your brain. Nothing expected happens with […]
Van Gogh’s Bedroom with Cats is idyllic. Not to suggest there weren’t any issues. With cats, there are always issues.
Henri Matisse La Danse with a Cat is an edited first chapter in Famous Artists’ Cats: The Book. When Henri Matisse painted La Danse (I) in 1909, for all its fame, it […]
About out Bonnard Cat Art Parody French impressionist Pierre Bonnard didn’t paint many cats, at least not as many among his canvases as I’d have liked.
Esther Hicks Wikipedia PR page challenges he trustworthiness of Wikipedia, not for the first time. Their page devoted to Esther Hicks is a yummy banquet for doubters of the online encyclopedia’s reliability.
About Monet’s Black Cat… I love Claude Monet, not as much as I love cats, but enough to have appreciated his paintings in more museum visits than I can count.
An American chat noir, our black cat in Paris, France, a cat adventure story…
The science afterlife problem puzzles. I love science. It bothers me when respected scientists take unscientific positions considering “the afterlife.” A much broader ground of experience must be looked at from […]
The tale of two skyscrapers shows how pride, ego and art drove Manhattan skyward with unforgettable monuments. Today’s motives are different. Will featureless glass towers smother the Chrysler and Empire State Buildings?
Meeting Simon Dinnerstein was just lucky, one of those New York things. New York City’s lucky because there are so many opportunities. And this was one of them.