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A lovely video of Wyeth’s art.
Andrew Wyeth’s paintings unveil the soul of the New England states. They also remind me of Nova Scotia.
That’s good to know.
I feel I’m home when I look at Andrew Wyeth’s paintings. Home is Nova Scotia: my blue house, my former office, my colleagues, my students. I should not have listened to my family. I’m me.
Thank you for writing.