Art Nouveau Inspiration

Although I did not participate in organizing this exhibit, Alphonse Mucha: The Golden Age of Art Nouveau was one of my favorite exhibitions at the Carnegie Arts Center. I have always enjoyed the Art Nouveau style. I think that the detail, liveliness and whimsical nature of the works are what draw me to enjoy it so much.  After seeing thisContinue reading “Art Nouveau Inspiration”

When the Carnegie Rocked…

Oh, the memories! Walking down memory lane and thinking about all of the shows (yes, Lisa, I mean “exhibitions”) that I have had the pleasure of installing at the Carnegie over the past 8 years, many stand out. From Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist to My Hero!, none stick with me more than The CarnegieContinue reading “When the Carnegie Rocked…”

It all started when…

The Ansel Adams: CALIFORNIA exhibit, our grand opening show, wouldn’t have been possible without the unbelievable generosity of the Adams family. Major museums around the world hope for an Ansel Adams exhibit, and here we were, working with Jeanne Adams on an exhibit that had never been seen before! How did this happen? It wasContinue reading “It all started when…”