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Upcoming Events and News (listed in reverse order)

THANKS:  Lowe Art Museum in Miami, FL sends Lee a thank you note.

iBOOK:  New iBook entitled Cleaning Mona Lisa.

           2016

LECTURE SERIES:  Jan 19-Mar 1:   "The Power of Art."  Blacksburg Community Center.  Blacksburg, VA. Tuesdays @ 1p.

TALK:  February.  "Cleaning Mona Lisa."  Life Long Learning @ Virginia Tech.  Blacksburg, VA.

TALK:  March 22.  "The Beauty of Stained Glass."  Blacksburg Community Center.  Blacksburg, VA. 2p.

TALK and Tour:  Wednesday, March 30.  "American Chronicles: Norman Rockwell"  Life Long Learning @ Virginia Tech.  Blacksburg, VA.

TALK and Tour:  April 6.  "American Chronicles: Norman Rockwell"  Blacksburg Community Center, Blacksburg, VA and Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, VA.

TALK and Tour:  April 7.  "American Chronicles: Norman Rockwell"  Life Long Learning @ Virginia Tech.  Blacksburg, VA.

TALK and Tour:  April 14.  "American Chronicles: Norman Rockwell" Danville Parks and Recreation

TALK and Tour:  April 28.  "American Chronicles: Norman Rockwell"  South Boston Parsons Bruce Art Association.

TALK:  July.  "George Washington: Man, Soldier and President in Art."  Taubman Museum of Art.  Roanoke, VA.

2015

TALK:  Wednesday, February 18.  The Wednesday Club.  Danville, VA.  "Cleaning Mona Lisa--Uncovering Art History's Dirtiest Secret."  11a-12p.

TALK:  Friday, March 13. Menlo Park, California.  "Anatomy of a Church."  Afternoon.

PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW: "Marvels of Portugal."  July 15-Aug. 15.  North Main Furniture, South Boston, VA

TALK:  "I'm Having an Art Attack!" October 12. Blacksburg Community Center, Blacksburg, VA.  7p.  Free and open to the public.

TALK:  "A Christmas in England" December 14. Blacksburg Community Center, Blacksburg, VA. 7p.  Free and open to the public.

2014

TALK:  Thursday, February 27.  Ballou Recreation Center.  Danville, VA.  "Why I love Art."  11a-12p.  Free and open to the public.

TALK:  Tuesday, March 5.  Marymount University. Arlington, VA.  "A Conversation concerning Art: American Heritage Conversation Series." 2p.

TALK:  Thursday, March 27.  Danville Museum of Fine Arts. Danville, VA.  "A Diary of a Christmas in England."  Free and open to the public. 7p.

TALK:  April 3.  Ballou Recreation Center.  Danville, VA.  "Hiking 600 Miles through France, Portugal and Spain for Art--Part I."  11a-12p.  Free and open to the public.

TALK:  April 29.  Ballou Recreation Center.  Danville, VA.  "Hiking 600 Miles though France, Portugal and Spain for Art--Part II."  11a-12p. Free and open to the public.

TALK:  Thursday, September 25.  Ballou Recreation Center.  Danville, VA.  "Cleaning Mona Lisa."  11a-12p.  Free and open to the public.

TALK:  Monday, October, 6. University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi.  "Adventures in Art History."  TBA

TALK:  Tuesday, October, 7. University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi.  "Hiking 500 Miles for Art."  TBA

TALK:  Thursday, October 23.  Ballou Recreation Center.  Danville, VA.  "Adventures in Art."  11a-12p.  Free and open to the public.

TALK:  Wednesday, November 5.  "Why I Love Art."  John Marshall High School. Glendale, West Virginia.

TALK:  Wednesday, November 5.  "Cleaning Mona Lisa."  Cockayne Farm. Glendale, West Viginia.

TALK:  Thursday, November 6.  "Walking the Way to Recovery." Lexington, Kenucky. Downtown Public Library.  6pm.  Free and open.

TALK:  Friday, November 7. "The Camino de Santiago--a Cultural Excursion."  Lexington, Kenucky.  Christ Church Cathedral, 8:15 pm. Free and open to the public.

TALK:  Saturday, November 8. "Cleaning Mona Lisa--Art and Technology." Art Museum at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kenucky.  Art Museum at the University of Kentucky. 4p.

TALK:  Thursday, November 13.  Ballou Recreation Center.  Danville, VA.  "A Christmas in England."  11a-12p.  Free and open to the public.

TALK:  Monday, December 8.  Birmingham Museum of Art, Birgmingham, AL.  Docent Training.  9am--Noon.

TALK:  Tuesday, December 9.    Birmingham Museum of Art, Birgmingham, AL.  "A Christmas in England."  Noon.  Free and open to the public.

2013

TALK:  Thursday, Febrary 28.  Washington D.C.  "With Wings We Flew--Evelyn Beatrice Longman and the American Renaissance.  more information

2012

TALK:  Sunday, December 2, 2012:  The Walters Art Museum.  Baltimore, Maryland.   "Walking 2,200 Miles for Art."  Details to follow.

TALK:  Thursday, November 15, 2012:  REI Cary, NC.  "Hiking 1,200 Miles in France and Spain along the Camino de Santiago." 7p.

TALK:  Monday, November 5, 2012: University of Baltimore.  "Realizing the Revolution--Art from and about the American Revolution."

TALK:  Thursday, October 18, 2012:  REI Greensboro, NC.  "Hiking 1,200 Miles in France and Spain along the Camino de Santiago." 7p.

RACE: Saturday, October 6, 2012: Martin's Gran Fondo Century Ride, Richmond, VA. 

TALK:  Saturday, September 15, 2012: Daughters of the American Revolution: Francis Wisebart Jacobs, Denver, CO. "Realizing the Revolution--Art from and about the American Revolution."

TALK:  Thursday, September 13, 2012: Daughters of the American Revolution, South Boston, VA.  "Realizing the Revolution--Art from and about the American Revolution."  2-3p. Open to the public.

TALK:  September: University of Baltimore Law School, Baltimore, Maryland.  "Realizing the Revolution--Art from and about the American Revolution."  Open to the public.  More details to follow.

TALK:  Friday, April 20, 2012: Goochland County Elementary, Goochland, VA. "I'm Having an Art Attack!" 12:10--1p. Open to students.

TALK:  Friday, April 13, 2012: Averett University, Danville, VA. "Walking 500 Miles on the Camino" 10:30-11:45 a.m.

JUDGE:  Friday, April 6, 2012: Academy of Fine Arts Annual National Juried Art Exhibition.  5-8p, with talk at 5:30p.

TALK:  March 14, 2012: Collegiate School, Richmond, VA. "I'm Having an Art Attack!" 12:10--1p. Open to students and alumni.

TALK:  Feb. 13, 2011:  Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples, FL.  "I'm Having an Art Attack!"  More information  Purchase tickets

TALK:  Sunday, January 8, 2012:  Blanton Auditorium, Austin, TX.  "Walking 600 Miles for Art." 2:30-3:30p.  Open to the Public.  More information

 


 

   

 

   

   

 


 

"Any one who understands how to observe the monuments, and who is willing with indefatigable ardor to test afresh and compare all forms, may nowadays by means of photography… obtain a picture of Greek art far more richly colored than the pale and meager image we have hitherto possessed."

                     --Adolph Furtwängler, Berlin 1895

 

"Kein Sonntag ohne denkmal." (No Sunday without a monument.)
                     -- Anonymous nineteenth-century German art historian.

 

 



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