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Good to the Last Page: Writing Your Book from Start to Finish by Hillary Manton Lodge

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Posted by Chantal Drake at Friday, April 27, 2018
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Some of My Favorite Paintings by Kevin Sharp

To view Part Two of this presentation, please click here .  Odilon Redon, French, 1840-1916.  Strange Flower ( Little Sister of the Poor ), 1880. Various charcoals, black chalk, and black Conté crayon. David Adler Collection, 1950.1433 Read More
Posted by Chantal Drake at Thursday, April 19, 2018
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The Liz and Tommy Farnsworth Education Building at the Dixon

Dear Dixon Members, Visitors, and Supporters, We are pleased to announce that the Dixon Gallery and Gardens will be adding a new 6,000 square-foot education facility to the existing museum in 2018. A full acre of new interactive learning gardens reclaimed from largely uncultivated grounds will surround and enhance the building on three sides. We expect to begin construction in late April or early May, and to occupy the new building in approximately one year. This impressive project reflects... Read More
Posted by Chantal Drake at Monday, April 16, 2018
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Ten Years in the Dixon Gardens by Dale Skaggs

  To view Part Two of this presenatation, please click here .  Read More
Posted by Chantal Drake at Friday, April 13, 2018
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Eugenia Errázuriz's Influence on Interior Design by Julie Pierotti

Click below for a preview of what you'll see this Sunday, April 8 at Tours at Two ! Curator Julie Pierotti will lead a tour of The Real Beauty: The Artistic World of Eugenia Errázuriz  on the closing day of the exhibition.  To learn more about one of John Singer Sargent's beautiful portraits of Eugenia, please click  here . François Kollar, Slovakian/French, 1904 – 1979, Mme Errázuriz’s Bedroom , 1937. Photograph for ... Read More
Posted by Chantal Drake at Friday, April 6, 2018
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The Invisible Influence of Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel' by Jamie Yarbrough

Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel influenced fashion in the 20th century through today. Gabrielle drew from her experiences and the people in her life to pave the way for her success; she always seemed to take the road less traveled and had no fear. Chanel changed the direction of fashion for women, and her invisible influence can still be found in our daily wardrobes today. Learn more in this presentation by Jaime Yarbrough, Style Consultant/Blogger,  Style by... Read More
Posted by Chantal Drake at Wednesday, April 4, 2018
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