Reading, about an Florentine mystery. How to make gnocchi with pesto? With an ideal recipe to take advantage of the basil of your summers. Pesto is an aromatic condiment that allows you to savor the taste of potato gnocchi. The Paiolo Restaurant, http://www.ristoranteilpaiolo.it/en in the historic center of Florence, since 1980 it serves typical Tuscan dishes (such as gnocchi al …Read More »
THE THOUGHT MY HEART IS SWEET – Lapo Gianni / Creative originality, in eleven ballads and six songs.
Hugging, with lightness of style, in the reassuring vision of love. The only fixed point of reference in his biography is that he is known to have been alive in 1328, but the exact date of his death varies according to the identification proposed. Of him, even though he was a Florentine, he worked in Cortona, Venice and Bologna. His …Read More »
U.S.A.’S ART TRAVEL, FROM THE TENNESSEE UNTIL CONNECTICUT – Smoked barbecue meat along the road to Wilton.
From the musical suggestions of Nashville, to the Wilton National Park of Arts. First stop of our author’s travel, Nashville. Spring in Nashville? The outdoors offer lovely area parks, with Spring festivals and outdoor dining. You too can take that shades, stepping inside hottest concerts and art exhibits. Music City? Boasts a live music scene (also with your favorite tunes), …Read More »
A LONG PATH OF PERFUMES AND SOUNDS, COLORS AND WORDS – A journey through the creativity of the United States, along with five people you will not forget.
Five nuances of creativity, from Nashville to Wilton. In ancient communities the word “culture” originally indicated the cultivation of the soil, but with the passing of time it assumed the meaning of refinement of the spirit. The artistic creativity of the inhabitants of a certain terrestrial latitude and longitude it’s made up also with books and poems, songs and paintings. …Read More »
Because laughing ain’t a pleasure, till you know about crying. Spring in Nashville? The outdoors offer lovely area parks, with Spring festivals and outdoor dining. You too can take that shades, stepping inside hottest concerts and art exhibits. Music City? Boasts a live music scene (also with your favorite tunes), each and every day. You too can get rid of …Read More »
JULIAN ALDEN WEIR (1852/1919), AMERICAN PAINTER – The first American painter to use Impressionist methods.
When the most critically acclaimed painting it’s a red bridge. His farm is a national legacy to American creative spirit. Set amidst more than 60 acres of painterly woods and waterways, you’ll see why this painter described his home as the “Great Good Place.” 735 Nod Hill Road, Wilton. This is the National Park for the Arts, https://www.nps.gov/wefa/index.htm where you …Read More »
When paintings reflect both realism and impressionism. Its residents are proud of what they’ve to offer. Get insider tips on exploring the Cincinnati region. Here you can take a walking tour of the amazing street art, looking for that decorates downtown Cincinnati. The public artworks say you a lot about the culture of art within the city. Some murals (all …Read More »
When living in many different places you can seek many chance of understanding. Artists Space, http://artistsspace.org/ founded in 1972, is one of the New York City’s oldest alternative galleries. Both by including young artists in innovative group shows and by organizing periodic workshops, over the years it continues to support up-and-coming talent. Artists Space is accessible via elevator from street …Read More »
A haunting poem, that operates in complex ways. Yes, you too can discover cool and unusual things to do in Detroit (Michigan), like Heidelberg Project, https://www.heidelberg.org/ the one man’s attempt to create an artistic wonder on a run-down block in Detroit. Tyree Guyton grew up in a Detroit and his house was in a growing, middle-class neighborhood. When he was …Read More »
From Waiheke Island to Christchurch, along with five creative people. Waiheke Island https://www.waiheke.co.nz/ is island in the Hauraki Gulf (New Zealand). Its ferry terminal is 21.5 km (13.4 mi) from Auckland. There are many scenic beaches, including Onetangi Beach. In Onetangi (a Māori name meaning “weeping sands”), you can find sandcastle-building contests annually. You too have a few hours to …Read More »
NEW ZEALAND’S FULFILLING TASTES – Like a bacon sandwich, a Robin Hyde novel and some Louise Henderson paintings.
How creatively does New Zealand taste? Observing the artistic creativity of the inhabitants of a certain terrestrial latitude and longitude (made up of books and poems, songs and paintings), it is useful to tune emotionally to their culture. In ancient communities the word “culture” originally indicated the cultivation of the soil, but with the passing of time it assumed the …Read More »
The Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire, for services to art. This is the gateway to Canterbury https://www.christchurchnz.com/what-to-see-and-do/ In Christchurch you can do something really special such as hike and mountain bike, surf, golf or see whales, but also visit wineries and shop. Farmstays? Don’t forget Kingfisher House, https://www.christchurchnz.com/accommodation/listings/kingfisher-house where you can wake to birdsong. This is …Read More »
JAMES NAIRN (1859/1904), NEW ZEALAND PAINTER – The man enthusiast of the en plein air technique of painting.
A visitor that became this country’s most renowned impressionist painter. The Hutt Valley http://www.huttvalleynz.com/our-valley/ is a large area in the Hutt River valley in the Wellington region. Here, a river flows roughly along the course of an active geologic site. The land rises to the west of the river, briefly confined by a steep-sided gorge near Taita, close to the …Read More »
Engrossed in music, beginning guitar lessons at the age of twelve. Archaeological evidence has indicated that this area was first settled by humans about 1250. Christchurch, the largest city in the South Island of New Zealand, became a city by Royal Charter in 1856, making it officially the oldest established city in New Zealand. This town has a history of …Read More »
35 years’ penal servitude in military sentences, all cancelled for gallantry in action. Wellington, world’s windiest city and capital city of New Zealand, it’s located between Cook Strait and the Rimutaka Range. Here you can visit modernist building housing the Museum of New Zealand (Te Papa Tongarewa) https://www.tepapa.govt.nz/, on the waterfront. This “container of treasures”, preserve things and people that …Read More »