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Woman with Dead Child, Käthe Kollwitz, 1903, etching. Kollwitz lost a son in WWI and a grandson in WWII. Her work became overwhelmingly about the savage waste of war, as seen through a mother’s heart.

Woman with Dead Child, Käthe Kollwitz, 1903, etching. Kollwitz lost a son in WWI and a grandson in WWII. Her work became overwhelmingly about the savage waste of war, as seen through a mother’s heart.

The Incredible Art Department | incredibleart.org I also LOVE this standards based grading site for ART https://sites.google.com/a/solon.k12.ia.us/solon-high-school-visual-arts/standards-based

The Incredible Art Department | incredibleart.org I also LOVE this standards based grading site for ART https://sites.google.com/a/solon.k12.ia.us/solon-high-school-visual-arts/standards-based

Happy child rollerblading, Pittsfield, MA.

Happy child rollerblading, Pittsfield, MA.

Every moment is a brushstroke in the raising of a child.

Every moment is a brushstroke in the raising of a child.

“Mirror Room (Pumpkin),” 1991, by Yayoi Kusama. She tops the list for living women in terms of the aggregate value of her work sold at auction: nearly $216 million at the end of 2015.

“Mirror Room (Pumpkin),” 1991, by Yayoi Kusama. She tops the list for living women in terms of the aggregate value of her work sold at auction: nearly $216 million at the end of 2015.

One of the best posses I ever rode with was this group of women at Adirondack Plein Air. From left, Mira Fink, Crista Pisano, me, Marlene Wiedenbaum, Laura Bianco, Kari Ganoung Ruiz and Tarryl Gabel.

One of the best posses I ever rode with was this group of women at Adirondack Plein Air. From left, Mira Fink, Crista Pisano, me, Marlene Wiedenbaum, Laura Bianco, Kari Ganoung Ruiz and Tarryl Gabel.

Sam A. Cooley was an official photographer of the U.S. Army's Department of the South, and worked in St. Augustine, FL. This photo shows his rig and the equipment necessary to take field photos during the Civil War.

Sam A. Cooley was an official photographer of the U.S. Army's Department of the South, and worked in St. Augustine, FL. This photo shows his rig and the equipment necessary to take field photos during the Civil War.

Sidewalk chalk by a happy kid, at Pittsfield (MA) Commons.

Sidewalk chalk by a happy kid, at Pittsfield (MA) Commons.

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