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the green needs help  - Cuba

the green needs help - Cuba

Mexican Tile // I love Central and South American tile patterns and colors!

Mexican Tile // I love Central and South American tile patterns and colors!

Just so we're clear. . . I LOVE Romero Britto everything!!!!  Getting kids to talk about his paintings is so easy.  What do you see?  What is the mood?  What does he do to add texture?  Let's compare/ contrast his work and something from Picasso.

Just so we're clear. . . I LOVE Romero Britto everything!!!! Getting kids to talk about his paintings is so easy. What do you see? What is the mood? What does he do to add texture? Let's compare/ contrast his work and something from Picasso.

15 incredible South American adventures to have in your lifetime!  THE BEST LIST!!!

15 Extraordinary South American Adventures to Have in Your Lifetime

Update from the Mosaic Mecca of South America: Puente Alto & Isidora Paz López | Mosaic Art NOW

Update from the Mosaic Mecca of South America: Puente Alto & Isidora Paz López | Mosaic Art NOW

Zebra Mosaic or Dirce Beauty butterfly, found in Central America & the northern parts of South America.

Zebra Mosaic or Dirce Beauty butterfly, found in Central America & the northern parts of South America.

The 92nd Street Y in New York City called me a few months ago, asking me to speak. We discussed possible topics, and I finally chose “What’s a Greek God Doing in an Ancient Synagogue?” They also agreed to my asking two real experts to join me on the platform: Jodi Magness of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Steve Fine of Yeshiva University. We had a good time—and so did the enthusiastic audience—but we didn’t solve the problem, at least to my mind.

The 92nd Street Y in New York City called me a few months ago, asking me to speak. We discussed possible topics, and I finally chose “What’s a Greek God Doing in an Ancient Synagogue?” They also agreed to my asking two real experts to join me on the platform: Jodi Magness of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Steve Fine of Yeshiva University. We had a good time—and so did the enthusiastic audience—but we didn’t solve the problem, at least to my mind.

Roller Stamp 5th–6th century Costa Rica Pre-Columbian Central and South America's Artifacts And Ruins Central and South America prior to Hispanic invasion.

Roller Stamp 5th–6th century Costa Rica Pre-Columbian Central and South America's Artifacts And Ruins Central and South America prior to Hispanic invasion.

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