SHAC Book Club: ArtCurious by Jennifer Dasal

From guest writer: Kristina Aaronson Was the artist Walter Sickert, really Jack the Ripper?  Why did Norman Rockwell provoke his traditional, conservative audiences with the shocking masterpiece, Murder inMississippi?  Is the Mona Lisa at the Louvre Museum, a copy or the real one? Did Vincent Van Gogh commit suicide or was he murdered?  What happened to Leonardo’s Salvator Mundi painting that was sold for $179.4 million to an anonymous buyer, and has never been seen since? These are questions Jennifer Dasal researches and writes about in her book ARTCURIOUS; Stories of the UNEXPECTED Slightly Odd, and Strangely Wonderful… Read More

SHAC TRAVELS TO :  The Clark in Williamstown, MA

Daryl and I just returned from twelve days enjoying art exhibits and historical attractions in the Hudson River Valley. Kristina Aronson will bring you her takes on recent art trekking in Washington DC. SHAC’s blog, newly titled SHAC CONNECTIONS, has expanded to cover more stories and news. SHAC subscribers are also encouraged to send their own story ideas to Subject line should read: Blog Content.  Affectionately known as The Clark, both a museum and research center,  this vast property nestled in The Berkshires includes public art, academic programs, a library and… Read More