|Cornell Museum - Crest Threatre (photo courtesy Melissa Carter)|
We don't knooow what we don't knooow, said a non English speaking professor of architecture when describing the famous Palladio in a lecture to us one time in Venice, Italy. We forgot most of the wisdom he imparted at our lecture but his expression "We don't knoooooow, what we don't know"(which he repeated throughout the lecture) is often repeated by us at parties and we(artists, Violtta and Mary Rose, Plein Aire Cottage Artists) all giggle uncontrollably at our little inside joke and at the fondness of the memory.
Villa Foscari (La Malcontenta) Andrea Palladio near lagoon Venice Italy
|Mary Rose, Violetta and Helen painting Cornell Museum en plein aire|
|Violetta, Helen and Mary Rose deliver their triptych painting to Cornell Museum|
We just don't knooow who is checking out our blogs and what surprising, joyful news and invitations are coming our way.
Following my posting on encaustic painting, the Director of Cornell Museum contacted me and asked if I would exhibit some of my encaustic paintings at their museum. Cornell Museum at Old School Square is located in downtown Delray Beach, Florida, a first-class resort destination and a diverse, vibrant "All-America" city. This "Village by the Sea" is situated on the Atlantic Ocean between Boca Raton and West Palm Beach. Delray Beach is just 30 minutes south of Palm Beach International Airport and 45 minutes north of Fort Lauderdale.
|Helen taking a break in the beautiful foyer of Cornell Museum|
Should you happen to be in the Delray Beach area between July 12 and October 23, 2011, please stop in and visit.
The delightful town has numerous outstanding restaurants and boutiques and also a beautiful beach.
Cornell Museum has a triptych of their building, painted by the Plein Aire Cottage Artists,
Helen Tilston, Mary Rose Holmes and Violetta Chandler. One panel painted by each artist, as seen below. It is proudly hung at Cornell Museum.Cornell Exhibition of art
|Details of Encaustic painting by Helen Tilston|
|Violeta, Helen and Mary Rose at Cornell Museum|
Have you ever visited Cornell Museum at Delray Beach?Do your plans in the next few months include Delray Beach ?
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