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New York City Blog — Oct. 24 – Oct. 29

Hands up everybody who’s read Charles Darwin’s The Formation of Vegetable Mould Through the Action of Worms : With Observations on Their Habits. I thought so.
Yes, it was tedious. It was also fascinating to witness the care Darwin took with his experiments. The book was chosen for discussion by the Garden and Forest Bookclub at Central Park’s Arsenal. It was delightful to be immersed in an early evening discussion of Darwin’s background, his science, and his interest in all of nature. How relaxing not to be discussing current events.

Chromatic Space is a celebration of the eightieth anniversary of American Abstract Artists. It’s at the Shirley Fiterman Art Center in Lower Manhattan. I wanted to see the work of Clover Vail and, as usual, she didn’t disappoint.

Untitled by Clover Vail
Untitled by Clover Vail

 

 

A Tree Falls in Brooklyn
A Tree Falls in Brooklyn

A Tree Falls in Brooklyn to quote my clever friend, C. B. I hope that’s not your Mitsubishi.