I’d like to think we raise our children with a well-rounded education and exposure to a various assortment of scholarly pursuits amongst their judo and boxing lessons. I mean, we do like to watch musicals together. The current favorite is Les Miserables, but I have two teenage girls in the house, so that is rather to be expected.
Where I fall woefully short in educating my children is the world of art. I’ve always meant to focus more on that, to make sure my children knew the difference between a Picasso and Jackson Pollock and were able to appreciate that others appreciate the work of Mark Rothko.
I’ve always meant to do this, but somehow I fell short of that goal. This is where we were saved by travel. Continue reading Things Discovered While Traveling – The Art Edition