I am fascinated by all things art, but art history in particular. This blog is a mish-mash of musings on that topic. My interest is purely a hobby — a passion and enveloping juggernaut that I just can’t shake (#1 favorite way to spend my time is asking 2,000 questions on a docent tour).
My novella “Degrees of Freedom”, which explores themes in art and art history, was published this summer by Cantarabooks. To read more about “Degrees of Freedom” visit my book page at Cantarabooks’ site: http://cantara.squarespace.com/degrees-of-freedom/
The Summer 2009 edition of Mused Literary Review features the short story “Caravaggio.” Caravaggio is listed under the “Fiction” section here http://www.bellaonline.com/review/issues/summer2009/
To prepare for my “day job,” I graduated with a Masters in Public Administration from the Center for Public Policy and Administration at the University of Massachusetts; and with a Bachelor of Science in Urban Geography (study of population and cultural shifts), and a Minor in Environmental Science, from the University of Maryland.