Indira Ganesan

Writing, books, and coffee

Archive for December 2014

Mom, Matisse, MoMA, and More

MATISSE: THE CUT-OUTS THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NYC October 12, 2014–February 10, 2015 Today, December 31, 2014, Matisse would have been 145 years old! Last Saturday, a balmy day in the fifties, my sister-in-law shepherded our family to New York City, to see the Matisse exhibit at MoMa.  Color, shape, and transformation in room after room.  If you can, run to see! The other floors offered treasures as well. […]

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Winter Solstice

My friend Jenny keeps a blog called The Lore of the Garden, and through it I discovered the winter solstice is on its way.  Today is the longest night, and after solstice, the nights slowly, incrementally become shorter.  It gets a bit fuzzy in March because the sun starts setting sooner.  According to the Gregorian Calendar, New Year is just around the corner. One of the nicest New Year blog […]

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