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THE JANE M. MASON E-LETTER
My bi-monthly letter provides provocative insights in art, artists, and learning how to truly SEE & OBSERVE the complex, fascinating world around you.
Recent topics have ranged from whether Michelangelo used an eraser, to whether J. M. W. Turner used bread as a painting tool. (And surprisingly — both topics are related!)
I've written about inviting children to discuss art (always a good idea), and about painting clouds "from both sides now."
My emailed newsletter is:
- Sent twice a month.
- Includes art essays, insights into famous artists, links to museum collections, beautiful photos, and news on my art.
In one E-letter I discussed why wet rocks are prettier than dry rocks — and how we see things as "wet." A subscriber replied saying:
You are the only person I know who would have the curiosity to wax eloquently about wet rocks! I loved it!