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Richard Diebenkorn - 'Berkeley Series' #23, 1955. (" Berkeley #23 and #39 have an increased variety of colour and calligraphic vitality. The grid-like sections of heavily stroked paint are separated by fragments of line drawing, giving the effect of an aerial landscape ending in a narrow strip of sky. Some of the last paintings in the series return to the desert landscape colours arranged in a more ordered formality." Poul Webb)

Richard Diebenkorn 'Berkeley Series' - 1954 #8. " The early Berkeley pictures, such as Berkeley #8 (1954) are, like the previous works done while still in Albuquerque, cut by horizontal lines or bands of colour suggesting a hilly landscape. Their colours are also reminiscent of the pinks and browns of the earlier New Mexico paintings." Poul Webb)

Number line with pipe cleaner and a bead to use for addition and subtraction problems. ~Mrs. Bohatys Kindergarten Kingdom: Math tools

Short experimental dance film Tingel Tangel by Kathryn Ferguson combines two dancers and a wooden dance machine built to parody the Busby Berkeley style chorus lines of the 1920′s. Dancers and choreographers are performers Paloma Faith and Beatrice Brown.