Less is More

Lately I’ve been using the phrase “less is more” . It applies to so many things from why I put less sugar in my apple pie to why too many chairs in a room make the space look cluttered. It’s the phrase I use to explain why it’s better to leave open space on aContinue reading “Less is More”

Party for a Good Cause and Beat the Heat

Talk about the dog days of summer, they seem to have arrived here in Annapolis, complete with dreary gray skies and steamy temperatures which make you want to head for a cold shower or maybe an exciting event in an air conditioned setting to put your mind in a better place. Tonight is the annualContinue reading “Party for a Good Cause and Beat the Heat”

Annapolis Mitchell Gallery Inspires Authors and Artists

Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) Number 51: Mannen Bridge and the Fukagawa District (1857) Series: Meisho Yedo Hyakkei (One Hundred Famous Views of Edo) Ink on paper Tucked away in the far corner of the St. John’s College campus in Annapolis, sits The Mitchell Gallery. This handsome modern building, built in 1989 provides exhibition space for visitingContinue reading “Annapolis Mitchell Gallery Inspires Authors and Artists”