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“Our simplest words are often the deepest in meaning: birth, kiss, flight, dream.” -Mark Getlein
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The Mona Lisa by: Leonardo da Vinci Living with ART? Take some time to think about your experience with art: Have you taken art class in high school? Do you have art hanging on the walls in your home? Chances are, you see art more than you think. Have you seen this painting?
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See it there, behind the huge crowd at the Louvre in Paris, France. It is sort of disappointing to see its size!
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You have to be Beyonce & Jay-Z get to see it up close
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So where do we find art in our daily lives?
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Douwe Blumberg Flight 5191 Comair Memorial
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Graham Allen Elm Tree Lane at Third
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It is difficult for artists today to be simultaneously appreciated in the spheres of high and low culture and with Dronex Inc., we are trying to bridge the gap between the gallery and the gutter. -Myke Dronez
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Lee Bermejo
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  • Spring '17
  • George Huestis
  • art work, Work of art, venus figurines, Catal Huyuk

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