Listen up, lads and lassies! St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner, and if you want to celebrate the holiday the right way, you’ll need to dress up and act the part of a true Irishman or lady. That means wearing green regalia, drinking green beer and speaking with a wee Irish accent all while attending a St. Patty’s Day parade and doing an Irish jig at the pub. If you’re up for the challenge, here are 10 ways to be a total cliché on St. Patrick’s Day: Read More….


Goodbye, Lennon: Remembering The John Lennon Museum Up until last year, Japan was the home of the first John Lennon museum to be officially authorized by Yoko Ono. Housed inside the Saitama Super Arena, the 1,500-square-meter museum opened on October 9, 2000, the 60th anniversary of Lennon’s birth. It closed on September 30, 2010, when its exhibit contract with Yoko Ono expired. Over its 10-year existence, a total of about 610,000 visitors came to visit the museum. I am a *huge* Beatles fan, so I … Read More

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During my last days in France, I decided to pay a visit to the Louvre. My parents used to drag me there on weekends in my early childhood but I hadn’t gone back since. What a shame, I know. The Louvre is one of the world’s most famous museums but its history is not so well known. The medieval remains in the basement level recall the origins of the palace as a fortress. The Louvre then became a royal residence until Louis XIV decided to move far a … Read More

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Welcome to New York! Here you will experience the Naked Cowboy, Culture, History, Music and just plain Life in the Big Apple! I grew up in NJ with a view of New York City. The influence of city life is what helped me create the unique concept and style incorporated in this artwork. I wanted to include graffiti type words in this piece to give a feeling of personality. The Museum and the Opera were very important to me growing up and in developing my Art Career. Cities of the world hold so many treasures and if we take the time to look, there is no limit to what we might find.