Friday, January 15, 2010

Year One

Tomorrow will mark the first anniversary of the passing of American painter Andrew Wyeth. Love his work or hate it, it’s hard to argue that he didn’t leave a significant mark by sheer longevity and productivity alone. I recall walking through The Brandywine River Museum, the Wyeth family’s “home” museum in Andy’s beloved Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, during their memorial day a week after his passing and wondering how his memory would be served. I’m not sure if it’s been a disservice or a case of no service at all. Please visit Picture This at Big Think to read more of "Year One."


Groslier said...

Thank you for your blog interesting; I have a thought for the memory of M.Wyeth which was a painter, a truth no matter what one thinks about it, which is rather rare

Anonymous said...

Fabulous work

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