BGuthrie Photos: Images whose date-stamp is "20221202" Images whose date-stamp is "20221202":

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  • Specific picture descriptions: Photos above with "i" icons next to the bracketed sequence numbers (e.g. "[1] ") are described as follows:
    1. BEING_221202_001.JPG: Imprinting Dimensional States of Being A Mural by Joerael Numina (Source page: 2022_12_02B4_Corc_Being)
    2. BEING_221202_004.JPG: imprinting dimensional states of being WASHINGTON, DC 2018 Discover details of Joerael's epic mural at The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. This mural spans the length of 2,052 square feet and artistically shares the history of the local Piscataway Tribe. The Piscataway are the people where the rivers bend and call the DC Bay Area their homeland. The mural is large, colorful, and unapologetically descriptive of story. This work was created in collaboration with members of the Piscataway Tribe. The mural is in honor of the Piscataway people whose ancestral land is currently the United States capital. This work touches upon the complexities and histories of indigenous activism in the DC bay area. Joerael took his time and made sure to hold himself accountable to in-depth research and interviews with the tribe Sebi and Gabrielle Tayac of the Piscataway tribe. Joerael developed relations and learned about the tribe's roots in activism. Joerael also included in each design the diversity of the tribe and the resilience of survival.† A deep bow of gratitude for Piscataway Tribal members Sebi Tayac and Gabrielle Tayac. Their contributions, time, and stories supported manifesting the mural to reality.† The above was from https://www.joerael.com/imprinting-dimensional-states-of-being
    3. BEING_221202_014.JPG: Sebi Tayac, Great grandson of Turkey Tayac
    4. BEING_221202_016.JPG: Gabriel’s father and Vetran Joe Tayac
    5. BEING_221202_019.JPG: Gabriel Tayac, grandaugter of Turkey Tayac.
    6. BEING_221202_027.JPG: A wild turkey
    7. BEING_221202_031.JPG: Dennis Banks, American Indian Movement
    8. BEING_221202_035.JPG: An expression of the Tree at Piscataway Park “Mayoane” emerging and growing into the 27 hereditary chiefs buried underneath.
    9. BEING_221202_045.JPG: Turkey Tayac and Alcatraz AIM Graffiti
    10. BEING_221202_060.JPG: A visualization of the word Piscataway “confluence of waters” is two waters falls pouring into the same body. At the base of this body of water is Turkey Tayac’s hands holding a tobacco bundle.
    11. BEING_221202_062.JPG: One of Roberta's famous slogans Roberta Blackgoat became friends of the Piscataway when she would travel to protest and do speaking engagements in DC. She was protesting an executive order to remove Dine’ & Hopi residents from black mesa in Arizona. The force removal forced 14,000 Navajo and several hundred Hopi to move, however along with several hundred Roberta stayed and fought for her right to live out her life on her ancestral land. The removal was to expand the Peabody coal mining operation. Under Black Mesa 20 billion tons of low sulfur coal was discovered. Activist like Roberta Blackgoat were highly influential to the Piscataway and their activism in Washington DC.
    12. BEING_221202_070.JPG: The Longest Walk poster 1978
    13. BEING_221202_078.JPG: Here is a portrait of Chief Turkey Tayac the 27th Hereditary Chief of the Piscataway and on both sides of him are depictions of Living Solid Face.
    14. CONNOL_221202_01.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02C2_ConnAve_Overlook)
    15. CONNOL_221202_20.JPG: Gldn+ Arts Welcome to the Connecticut Avenue Overlook -- a pocket park where everyone is invited to gather and connect. This large concrete area has been transformed with greenery, seating, and public art for the community. Take a picture enjoying the space and share on social media using #GoldenTriangleDC and tag @goldentriangledc.
    16. CORC_221202_04.JPG: The Corcoran Gallery of Art Established and endowed by William Wilson Corcoran For the purpose of encouraging American genius in the production and preservation of works pertaining to the fine arts and kindred objects by deed of gift dated May Tenth 1869 to the original board of trustees... (Source page: 2022_12_02B1_Corc_School)
    17. CORC_221202_16.JPG: Andre is an artist
    18. ENCOUN_221202_002.JPG: Encounters at 500 17th St NW (Source page: 2022_12_02B2_Corc_Encounters)
    19. ENCOUN_221202_006.JPG: Welcome to 500 17th Street NW
    20. ENCOUN_221202_017.JPG: A New Vision
    21. ENCOUN_221202_031.JPG: Chronicles of Corcoran
    22. ENCOUN_221202_033.JPG: Emily Snyder Chronicals [sic] of Corcoran Shawn Shafner Consider the Acorn Tina Villadolid Healing Ritual for the Evening of June 4th, 1904
    23. ENCOUN_221202_037.JPG: Consider the Acorn
    24. ENCOUN_221202_053.JPG: Healing Ritual for the Evening of June 4th, 1904
    25. ENCOUN_221202_064.JPG: Crescendo (<)
    26. ENCOUN_221202_067.JPG: Martina Maya-Callen 931 Steps from the White House Vanessa Chen Crescendo (<)
    27. ENCOUN_221202_070.JPG: Hypervisibility
    28. ENCOUN_221202_076.JPG: 931 Steps from the White House
    29. ENCOUN_221202_087.JPG: Tyler Andrew Lackey Encountering the Namesake Andee Berberich The Social Body
    30. ENCOUN_221202_092.JPG: Restful Encounters
    31. ENCOUN_221202_099.JPG: The Social Body: A Study of Accessibility in 500 17th Street NW
    32. HBF_221202_006.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02A_WHHA_Book_Fair)
    33. HBF_221202_012.JPG: Artist Peter Waddell is copying two of his own works, "Tiber Creek: The Bathers, John Quincy Adams Takes a Deadly Chance" and "A Vision Takes Form: the White House Under Construction, 1796".
    34. HBF_221202_039.JPG: John Hutton (left)
    35. HBF_221202_087.JPG: Rocco Smirne is the six-year old with his dad. He was here promoting his book "Rocco Travels With The Presidents!" The book is described on the WHHA site as: Every president of the United States has to travel to attend important events and to meet people around the world. For more than two hundred years, the presidents have taken journeys on horses, trains, ships, cars, airplanes, and helicopters. Sometimes, just for fun, they have also used bicycles, golf carts, and even parachutes! Rocco is six years old, but he already knows a great deal about the White House and the presidents and the places he would like to go too, so he created this book to share some of the adventures he would have if he could travel with the presidents! Rocco travels through time and around the world to ride horses with Abraham Lincoln and bicycles with Jimmy Carter. He boards trains for a trip out west with Grover Cleveland and a New York jaunt with Franklin Roosevelt. He has fun riding in Lyndon Johnson's Amphicar and Joe Biden's Corvette. He ends the book with his favorite trip of all: a flight on Marine One. This title is the fourth in a continuing series of children's books launched by the White House Historical Association in 2020 with A White House Alphabet and Presidents Play! About the Author Rocco Smirne is an elementary school student in Fairfax County Virginia. He loves to travel to new places with his family. He is also the author of A White House Alphabet. About the Illustrator John Hutton is a professor of art history at Salem College, and the illustrator of a series of children’s books published by the White House Historical Association. He lives in Winston Salem, North Carolina.
    36. HBF_221202_089.JPG: Peter Waddell
    37. HBF_221202_096.JPG: John Hutton
    38. HBF_221202_102.JPG: Peter Waddell and Bill Barker ("Becoming Jefferson: My Life as a Founding Father")
    39. HBF_221202_116.JPG: Mac Keith Griswold
    40. HBF_221202_119.JPG: Wayne Smith (right)
    41. HBF_221202_121.JPG: Matthew Wendel ("Recipes from the President’s Ranch: Food People Like to Eat")
    42. HBF_221202_125.JPG: Chef Mark Ramsdell (books co-authored with the late Chef Roland Mesnier: "Creating the Sweet World of White House Desserts: A Pastry Chef’s Secrets" and "The White House in Gingerbread".
    43. HBF_221202_127.JPG: Alex Prud'homme (signing his foreword to "The White House Family Cookbook by White House Executive Chef Henry Haller" and his article "Julia Child Goes Behind the Scenes at the White House" in White House History Quarterly)
    44. HBF_221202_149.JPG: Rebecca Youngblood Vaughn (signing her introduction to her father's memoir "20 Years in the Secret Service: My Life with Five Presidents"; and, from the White House History Quarterly issue "Protecting the Presidents: The History of the United States Secret Service," she will sign her article "Growing Up a Secret Service Agent’s Daughter: Life with My Father Rufus W. Youngblood")
    45. HBF_221202_213.JPG: Knight Kiplinger, Matthew Costello
    46. HBF_221202_219.JPG: Peter Waddell, Knight Kiplinger, Matthew Costello
    47. HBF_221202_262.JPG: Peter Waddell, John Hutton
    48. HBF_221202_301.JPG: Bruce M. White
    49. HBF_221202_311.JPG: Christina Ewald (right)
    50. HBF_221202_317.JPG: Matthew Costello
    51. JINCBF_221202_01.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02C1_JICC_NCBF2023)
    52. JINCBF_221202_09.JPG: National Cherry Blossom Festival 2023 National Cherry Blossom Festival Official Artwork by Orlando Quevedo
    53. JINCBF_221202_13.JPG: About the National Cherry Blossom Festival
    54. LEGACY_221202_001.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02B8_Corc_Legacy)
    55. LEGACY_221202_006.JPG: Legacy: 50 Years Dance on the Edge
    56. LEGACY_221202_042.JPG: Maida Withers
    57. NIGHTS_221202_001_STITCH.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02E_Nightsiren)
    58. NIGHTS_221202_027.JPG: Natalia Germani, Tereza NvotovŠ
    59. NIGHTS_221202_039.JPG: Abbie Algar (AFI)
    60. NIGHTS_221202_042.JPG: Radovan JavorčŪk, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Slovak Republic to the United States of America, and Michelle Joanne JavorčŪkovŠ
    61. NIGHTS_221202_061.JPG: Javier Chavez (AFI), Tereza NvotovŠ, Natalia Germani
    62. NIGHTS_221202_091.JPG: Tereza NvotovŠ
    63. NIGHTS_221202_101.JPG: Natalia Germani
    64. NIGHTS_221202_561.JPG: Natalia Germani, Ambassador Radovan JavorčŪk, Tereza NvotovŠ, Michelle Joanne JavorčŪkovŠ
    65. NIGHTS_221202_583.JPG: Natalia Germani, Tereza NvotovŠ
    66. RENEW_221202_001.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02B6_Corc_Renewal)
    67. RENEW_221202_008.JPG: Kanika Sircar Elegy for a Coral Reef, 2021
    68. RENEW_221202_011.JPG: Jayne Shatz Rising from the Sea, 2021
    69. RENEW_221202_016.JPG: Lexi Arrietta Reliquary/Relinquish, 2021
    70. RENEW_221202_021.JPG: Pat Alexander Out of Range, 2022
    71. RENEW_221202_026.JPG: C.l. bigelow quiet orb, 2022
    72. RENEW_221202_030.JPG: George Lorio Split, 2021
    73. RENEW_221202_035.JPG: Lisa Rosenstein Inner Light, 2020/2022
    74. RENEW_221202_040.JPG: Patte Ormsby Land Sea Sky, 2019
    75. RENEW_221202_044.JPG: Marilyn Geldzahler Rebuilding, 2022
    76. RENEW_221202_057.JPG: Sally Canzoneri Architecture of Water; DC Water Headquarters, 2022
    77. RENEW_221202_062.JPG: Maggie Gourlay Growth Rings Installation, 2021
    78. RENEW_221202_069.JPG: Patte Ormsby Our Lady of Guadalupe & Her Pal Juan Diego, 2022
    79. RENEW_221202_075.JPG: Natalie Abrams Untitled 12.20.2012
    80. RENEW_221202_081.JPG: Natalie Abrams Untitled 12.23.2012
    81. RENEW_221202_086.JPG: Robert Stackhouse Ghost Dance, 1974 Ghost Dance – a nearly five-foot-tall, semicircular, vertical structure made of consecutive slats of recycled, industrial-grade wood – marks the focal point of Renewal. On the adjacent wall, a display of Stackhouse’s watercolor renderings of the sculpture and detailed instructions for its original construction in 1974 accompany the structure. Stackhouse first unveiled Ghost Dance nearly 40 years ago, drawing inspiration from the 19th-century Native American movement†​​among the Nevada Northern Paiute to restore ownership of their land and way of life. Stackhouse and his wife, Carol Mickett, who are artistic collaborators, unveiled the opening of their exhibit with a reception and a lecture last week titled “Where we’ve been, where we are, where we’re going.” Babette Pendleton, Corcoran’s exhibition and programming associate, said the slogan encapsulates the exhibition, which centers around the restoration of the work of art. The sculpture explores themes of renewal, rebirth and sustainability through its use of recycled materials and now through its rebirth as part of a new exhibition. The spiritual movement of Ghost Dance emerged after European settlers brought a period of devastating disease to the Paiute people in Nevada†who wished to cleanse their land of the European settlers and sustain its natural beauty. Pendleton said after sitting in the gallery’s storage for over a decade, Ghost Dance was in need of restoration. Visible disrepair on the wood and metal screws left Stackhouse and Mickett to decide between modernizing the construction or maintaining its original appearance, Stackhouse said. The above was from https://www.gwhatchet.com/2022/09/19/art-preview-corcoran-unveils-exhibits-featuring-sculpture-immersive-projection-this-month/
    82. RENEW_221202_087.JPG: Robert Stackhouse Facsimile of Instructions for "Ghost Dance", 1974
    83. RENEW_221202_093.JPG: Robert Stackhouse Facsimile of Drawing of Ghost Dance, 1974
    84. RENEW_221202_101.JPG: The Corcoran Gallery of Art was established in 1869 and expanded in 1880 to include the Corcoran College of Art and Design. In 2014, the Corcoran transferred the college and gallery building to the George Washington University and distributed the works from its Collection to museums and institutions in Washington, DC.
    85. RENEW_221202_105.JPG: Gayle Friedman Adventure Jumbo, 2020
    86. RENEW_221202_110.JPG: Keith Krueger Check My Brain, 2021
    87. RENEW_221202_113.JPG: Jennifer Noda Almost Midnight, 2022
    88. RENEW_221202_125.JPG: Mike Shaffer Too Tall Tower Ten, 2021
    89. RENEW_221202_130.JPG: Dan Hildt Everything, Everywhere (Tout Partout), 2022
    90. RENEW_221202_138.JPG: Caroline MacKinnon Pebbles: Lost in Time, 2022
    91. RENEW_221202_148.JPG: Michelle Marcuse The remaining rumors live here, 2022
    92. RENEW_221202_162.JPG: Sharon Pierce McCullough Scattered Thoughts, 2021
    93. RENEW_221202_167.JPG: Chee Keong Kung Slow Light VIII, 2020
    94. RENEW_221202_170.JPG: Chee Keong Kung Slow Light IX, 2020
    95. RENEW_221202_174.JPG: Barbara Januszkiewicz Fire, Inspired by Jimi Hendrix, 2022
    96. REPAR_221202_01.JPG: Over 7,000 indigenous people were killed and forced to leave from where you are standing. For indigenous people only... (Source page: 2022_12_02B5_Corc_Reparations)
    97. REPAR_221202_04.JPG: For Indigenous People Only Encountering the Other: Indigenous Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey rematriation English Etymology -- Based on repatriation. Noun rematriation (uncountable): A return to a spiritual way of life with respect for Mother Earth.
    98. REPAR_221202_11.JPG: For Black People Only Encountering the Other: Black Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey
    99. REPAR_221202_17.JPG: More than 60,000 Black people have been economically displaced out of Washington DC as a result of Gentrification
    100. REPAR_221202_20.JPG: More than 10,000 Latin people seeking asylum have been forcibly bussed to Washington DC by US governors
    101. REPAR_221202_24.JPG: Don't forget the Genocide
    102. REPAR_221202_30.JPG: Pay Black People
    103. REPAR_221202_34.JPG: For South Asian People Only Encountering the Other: South Asian Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey
    104. REPAR_221202_38.JPG: For Latin People Only Encountering the Other: Latin Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey
    105. SENSES_221202_01.JPG: View Into the Senses (Source page: 2022_12_02B7_Corc_Senses)
    106. SENSES_221202_05.JPG: Clark V. Fox Classic Windows: Washington I, 1982
    107. SENSES_221202_15.JPG: Larry Zox Green Composition, 1980
    108. SENSES_221202_19.JPG: Malcolm Morley Arles/Miami, 1973
    109. SENSES_221202_21.JPG: Kawanishi Hide The Pond, 1957
    110. SENSES_221202_26.JPG: Edgardo Frabceschi Untitled, 1967
    111. SENSES_221202_30.JPG: Paul Reed Thule, 1971
    112. SENSES_221202_35.JPG: Clark V. Fox Los Angeles Windows, 1983
    113. SENSES_221202_39.JPG: Victor Vasarely Tau Ceti, 1967
    114. SENSES_221202_44.JPG: Julian Stanczak Stratified, 1979
    115. SENSES_221202_48.JPG: Victor Vasarely Jerusalem of Gold (Psalm XIX:2), 1984
    116. SENSES_221202_54.JPG: Kawanishi Hide The Pond, 1957
    117. TPCDEN_221202_003.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02D_TPC_De_Nittis)
    118. TPCDEN_221202_008.JPG: Approaching Storm ca 1869
    119. TPCDEN_221202_022.JPG: An Italian Impressionist in Paris: Giuseppe De Nittis
    120. TPCDEN_221202_028.JPG: Farmhouse near Naples 1866
    121. TPCDEN_221202_037.JPG: Crossing the Apennines -- Memory 1867
    122. TPCDEN_221202_046.JPG: The Train Passes 1869
    123. TPCDEN_221202_060.JPG: Approaching Storm ca 1869
    124. TPCDEN_221202_065.JPG: Gulf of Naples -- Sunny Reflections ca 1872
    125. TPCDEN_221202_070.JPG: Gulf of Naples -- Sunny Reflections ca 1872
    126. TPCDEN_221202_076.JPG: Landscape Under the Sun 1872
    127. TPCDEN_221202_083.JPG: Caillebotte and De Nettis: A Fruitful Friendship
    128. TPCDEN_221202_088.JPG: The Road from Naples to Brindisi 1872
    129. TPCDEN_221202_093.JPG: Gustave Caillebotte A Road in Naples, ca 1872-75
    130. TPCDEN_221202_096.JPG: Country Road -- Along the Ofanto ca 1874-75
    131. TPCDEN_221202_110.JPG: Mountainous Site, Italy (Torre Annunziata) 1872
    132. TPCDEN_221202_115.JPG: Giorgio Sommer Naples, Eruption of Vesuvius, April 26, 1872
    133. TPCDEN_221202_124.JPG: Eruption of Vesuvius (Study) 1872
    134. TPCDEN_221202_129.JPG: Eruption of Vesuvius 1872
    135. TPCDEN_221202_140.JPG: Vesevius Eruption 1872
    136. TPCDEN_221202_147.JPG: Mount Vesuvius Erupts Violently on April 26, 1872
    137. TPCDEN_221202_154.JPG: Vine Leaves ca 1880-83
    138. TPCDEN_221202_159.JPG: Still Life 1880
    139. TPCDEN_221202_165.JPG: Capricious Nocturnal ca 1880-83
    140. TPCDEN_221202_170.JPG: Figure of a Woman (Leontine) 1880
    141. TPCDEN_221202_179.JPG: Edouard Manet Portrait of a Lady, ca 1879
    142. TPCDEN_221202_188.JPG: Go Deeper Through Empathy Experience works of art through the perspective of other people.
    143. TPCDEN_221202_190.JPG: Personal Choices Create a collection and add it to the gallery
    144. TPCDEN_221202_195.JPG: Share Your Haiku How would you use your words to bring a work of art to life?
    145. TPCDEN_221202_198.JPG: I will never forgive My gaze only looks ahead The wound in too deep
    146. TPCDEN_221202_201.JPG: God bless the artist Ashamed of his own nature Unwilling to paint
    147. TPCDEN_221202_203.JPG: Words Written by: "Nude from the Back" Look away from me Perfect skin is made of paint I could not compare
    148. TPCDEN_221202_206.JPG: A Day at the Races Reminds me of Groucho Marx He takes Me Places
    149. TPCDEN_221202_213.JPG: Between the Screens ca 1879
    150. TPCDEN_221202_219.JPG: The Modern Woman Fashion and Japonisme
    151. TPCDEN_221202_224.JPG: Snow Effect ca 1880
    152. TPCDEN_221202_231.JPG: Nude from the Back 1879/1880
    153. TPCDEN_221202_239.JPG: Under the Viaduct ca 1875
    154. TPCDEN_221202_247.JPG: Clouds on Westminster (Study) 1878
    155. TPCDEN_221202_251.JPG: Westminster Bridge (Study) 1878
    156. TPCDEN_221202_259.JPG: The New Conception of Urban Space -- Paris and London
    157. TPCDEN_221202_262.JPG: The Bridge ca 1876
    158. TPCDEN_221202_270.JPG: The National Gallery and the Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields (London) 1878
    159. TPCDEN_221202_278.JPG: Edgar Degas Woman Viewed from Behind (Visit to a Museum), ca 1879-85
    160. TPCDEN_221202_286.JPG: Pearl and Shell ca 1879
    161. TPCDEN_221202_296.JPG: Degas and De Nittis A Friendship
    162. TPCDEN_221202_299.JPG: Edgar Degas Portrait of Mme De Nittis, ca 1872
    163. TPCDEN_221202_308.JPG: The Resilience of Paris after the Franco-Prussian War
    164. TPCDEN_221202_311.JPG: The Place de Carrousel: The Ruins of the Tuileries in 1882 1882
    165. TPCDEN_221202_324.JPG: The Place de Pyramides 1875
    166. TPCDEN_221202_341.JPG: The Place des Pyramides (Study) 1875-76
    167. TPCDEN_221202_346.JPG: Parisiennes in the Place de la Concorde ca 1875
    168. TPCDEN_221202_355.JPG: The Parfumerie Violet -- Corner of Boulevard des Capucines and Rue Scribe ca 1880
    169. TPCDEN_221202_364.JPG: The Place de la Madeleine, Paris ca 1877
    170. TPCDEN_221202_371.JPG: The Arc de Triomphe, Paris ca 1876
    171. TPCDEN_221202_383.JPG: The Construction of the Trocadero in 1876 ca 1876
    172. TPCDEN_221202_393.JPG: The Bourgeoisie at the Races in Paris and London
    173. TPCDEN_221202_396.JPG: Edgar Degas Racehorses at Longchamp, 1871, possibly reworked in 1874
    174. TPCDEN_221202_403.JPG: Edouard Manet At the Races, ca 1875
    175. TPCDEN_221202_410.JPG: Edouard Manet The Races at Londchamg, 1866
    176. TPCDEN_221202_417.JPG: Edgar Degas At the Races: The Start, ca 1860-62
    177. TPCDEN_221202_425.JPG: The Races at Auteuil -- Next to the Stove 1880-81
    178. TPCDEN_221202_432.JPG: The Races at Longchamp (Completed Study) 1883
    179. TPCDEN_221202_438.JPG: Return from the Races ca 1875
    180. TPCDEN_221202_446.JPG: The Races at Auteuil, Paris -- On the Chair ca 1883
    181. TPCDEN_221202_457.JPG: Flirtation, Hyde Park (Flirting Next to the Track) ca 1874
    182. TPCDEN_221202_467.JPG: Return from the Races 1875
    183. TPCDEN_221202_486.JPG: A Special Evening, February 20, 1875
    184. TPCDEN_221202_489.JPG: Printmaking as Personal Artistic Expression and as Reproduction
    185. TPCDEN_221202_491.JPG: Printmaking as Personal Artistic Expression and as Reproduction
    186. TPCDEN_221202_495.JPG: The Place des Pyramides, Paris ca 1883
    187. TPCDEN_221202_501.JPG: Marcellin-Gilbert Desboutin Degas, 1876
    188. TPCDEN_221202_504.JPG: Edgar Degas Alphonse Hirsch
    189. TPCDEN_221202_515.JPG: Portrait of Edgar Degas (right facing) February 20, 1875
    190. TPCDEN_221202_518.JPG: Portrait of Edgar Degas (left facing) February 20, 1875
    191. TPCDEN_221202_525.JPG: View Taken in London ca 1876
    192. TPCDEN_221202_530.JPG: The Dancer Holoke-GO-Zen 1873
    193. TPCDEN_221202_533.JPG: Elegant Young Woman Seen from Behind ca 1875
    194. TPCDEN_221202_540.JPG: Trees ca 1879/1880
    195. TPCDEN_221202_546.JPG: Edgar Degas The Road, ca 1878/1880
    196. TPCDEN_221202_556.JPG: Leisure in the City and the Suburbs
    197. TPCDEN_221202_559.JPG: Next to the Pond in the Luxembourg Gardens, Paris 1875
    198. TPCDEN_221202_569.JPG: Suzanne and Madeleine Boussod in the Garden ca 1874
    199. TPCDEN_221202_576.JPG: Edouard Manet In the Garden, 1870
    200. TPCDEN_221202_583.JPG: In the Wheat Field 1873
    201. TPCDEN_221202_594.JPG: Winter Walk 1879
    202. TPCDEN_221202_603.JPG: Leontine in a Boat 1874
    203. TPCDEN_221202_619.JPG: Leontine Skating ca 1875
    204. TPCDEN_221202_626.JPG: De Nittis's Last Works -- Interiors and Plein-Air Scenes
    205. TPCDEN_221202_629.JPG: Trains Passing 1884
    206. TPCDEN_221202_637.JPG: Field of Wheat Sheaves ca 1880
    207. TPCDEN_221202_646.JPG: In the Hammock II 1884
    208. TPCDEN_221202_653.JPG: Spring ca 1879
    209. TPCDEN_221202_662.JPG: Breakfast in the Garden 1884
    210. TPCDEN_221202_672.JPG: Princess Mathilde Bonaparte
    211. TPCDEN_221202_676.JPG: The Salon of Princess Mathilde 1883
    212. TPCDEN_221202_690.JPG: In Fashionable Society 1883
    213. TRAN20_221202_001.JPG: Ryoto Unno A ship groping through the dark, 2022 (Source page: 2022_12_02B3_Corc_Transformer20)
    214. TRAN20_221202_019.JPG: Martha Wilson I'm Going to Die, 2014
    215. TRAN20_221202_024.JPG: Jenny Walton Radiance, 2022
    216. TRAN20_221202_030.JPG: Naoko Wowsugi new moon, 2022
    217. TRAN20_221202_034.JPG: Antonia Tricarico Me, My Eyes, and I series 03, 2014
    218. TRAN20_221202_039.JPG: Kelly Towles The Observer, 2022
    219. TRAN20_221202_044.JPG: Lisa Marie Thalhammer LOVE in Rainbow Glow, 2022
    220. TRAN20_221202_049.JPG: Scott Szegeski koji scales, 2022
    221. TRAN20_221202_053.JPG: Tang Untitled, 2022
    222. TRAN20_221202_057.JPG: Banner Sale Troubled Magic All I see is a stranger, 2021
    223. TRAN20_221202_068.JPG: Hannah Spector midnight language, 2022
    224. TRAN20_221202_072.JPG: Christine Buckton Tillman bunting and betty cooke, 2020
    225. TRAN20_221202_077.JPG: Zach Storm Swell, 2022
    226. TRAN20_221202_083.JPG: Jay Stuckey Ship, 2020
    227. TRAN20_221202_100.JPG: Molly Springfield On Being Ill, 2022
    228. TRAN20_221202_108.JPG: Farrah Skeiky Club Angel, 2021
    229. TRAN20_221202_113.JPG: Johab Silva Orange and Yellow Flowers: After Ellsworth Kelly, 2022
    230. TRAN20_221202_118.JPG: Joaquin Segura G8 (United States of America), 2012-2022
    231. TRAN20_221202_124.JPG: Sheldon Scott I.a.d.c.a.f. (Pink Glitter), 2018
    232. TRAN20_221202_130.JPG: MichaelAngelo Rodriguez Aca Se Ve Claro, 2021
    233. TRAN20_221202_133.JPG: Lauren Rice Time is a Sunset, 2022
    234. TRAN20_221202_138.JPG: Alanno Reeves We're Not Going to Make it Back, 2020
    235. TRAN20_221202_142.JPG: Alanna Reeves Ackee (In Green), 2020
    236. TRAN20_221202_147.JPG: Vesna Pavlovic Ceiling Systems, From "Sites of Memory" series, 2019
    237. TRAN20_221202_152.JPG: Andrea Polichetti Untitled, 2021
    238. TRAN20_221202_157.JPG: Ryan Carroll Nelson Bouffant, 2022
    239. TRAN20_221202_162.JPG: Joseph Orzal (Joseph Orzal x Chiha Poster and Katie Pettit) Statehood Now, 2019
    240. TRAN20_221202_168.JPG: Piero Passacantando Abstract Reflection, 2022
    241. TRAN20_221202_189.JPG: 2013
    242. TRAN20_221202_195.JPG: 2014
    243. TRAN20_221202_197.JPG: 2015
    244. TRAN20_221202_201.JPG: 2016
    245. TRAN20_221202_202.JPG: 2017
    246. TRAN20_221202_205.JPG: 2018
    247. TRAN20_221202_208.JPG: 2019
    248. TRAN20_221202_211.JPG: 2020
    249. TRAN20_221202_214.JPG: 2021
    250. TRAN20_221202_220.JPG: 2022
    251. TRAN20_221202_227.JPG: Siren Arts
    252. TRAN20_221202_230.JPG: J. Morrison (Homocats) We Are Tired of Homophobia, 2014
    253. TRAN20_221202_235.JPG: Carolina Mayorga Fungus Gnat Southwest, from the series Kelly's Plants, 2022
    254. TRAN20_221202_240.JPG: Taylor McKimens Kiss Me, 2022
    255. TRAN20_221202_245.JPG: Jameson Magrogan Cobble V, 2019
    256. TRAN20_221202_250.JPG: Jennifer Wen Ma In Furious Bloom III, 2016
    257. TRAN20_221202_255.JPG: Hatnim Lee Woman dressed as Union Jack at Queen Elizabeth II's funeral, September 19th, 2022
    258. TRAN20_221202_258.JPG: Sandra Luckett Aqua Pura, 2021
    259. TRAN20_221202_261.JPG: Marissa Long Ben with Flowers, 2022
    260. TRAN20_221202_265.JPG: Nilay Lawson Chef Feo's Big Bowl of Black Beans and Rice, 2022
    261. TRAN20_221202_271.JPG: Carolina Mayorga Building 1 __ Fun with Cardboard May 2022, 2022
    262. TRAN20_221202_276.JPG: Victor Koroma Black Flowers: "SAMO
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    1. BEING_221202_001.JPG: Imprinting Dimensional States of Being A Mural by Joerael Numina (Source page: 2022_12_02B4_Corc_Being)
    2. BEING_221202_004.JPG: imprinting dimensional states of being WASHINGTON, DC 2018 Discover details of Joerael's epic mural at The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. This mural spans the length of 2,052 square feet and artistically shares the history of the local Piscataway Tribe. The Piscataway are the people where the rivers bend and call the DC Bay Area their homeland. The mural is large, colorful, and unapologetically descriptive of story. This work was created in collaboration with members of the Piscataway Tribe. The mural is in honor of the Piscataway people whose ancestral land is currently the United States capital. This work touches upon the complexities and histories of indigenous activism in the DC bay area. Joerael took his time and made sure to hold himself accountable to in-depth research and interviews with the tribe Sebi and Gabrielle Tayac of the Piscataway tribe. Joerael developed relations and learned about the tribe's roots in activism. Joerael also included in each design the diversity of the tribe and the resilience of survival.† A deep bow of gratitude for Piscataway Tribal members Sebi Tayac and Gabrielle Tayac. Their contributions, time, and stories supported manifesting the mural to reality.† The above was from https://www.joerael.com/imprinting-dimensional-states-of-being
    3. BEING_221202_014.JPG: Sebi Tayac, Great grandson of Turkey Tayac
    4. BEING_221202_016.JPG: Gabriel’s father and Vetran Joe Tayac
    5. BEING_221202_019.JPG: Gabriel Tayac, grandaugter of Turkey Tayac.
    6. BEING_221202_027.JPG: A wild turkey
    7. BEING_221202_031.JPG: Dennis Banks, American Indian Movement
    8. BEING_221202_035.JPG: An expression of the Tree at Piscataway Park “Mayoane” emerging and growing into the 27 hereditary chiefs buried underneath.
    9. BEING_221202_045.JPG: Turkey Tayac and Alcatraz AIM Graffiti
    10. BEING_221202_060.JPG: A visualization of the word Piscataway “confluence of waters” is two waters falls pouring into the same body. At the base of this body of water is Turkey Tayac’s hands holding a tobacco bundle.
    11. BEING_221202_062.JPG: One of Roberta's famous slogans Roberta Blackgoat became friends of the Piscataway when she would travel to protest and do speaking engagements in DC. She was protesting an executive order to remove Dine’ & Hopi residents from black mesa in Arizona. The force removal forced 14,000 Navajo and several hundred Hopi to move, however along with several hundred Roberta stayed and fought for her right to live out her life on her ancestral land. The removal was to expand the Peabody coal mining operation. Under Black Mesa 20 billion tons of low sulfur coal was discovered. Activist like Roberta Blackgoat were highly influential to the Piscataway and their activism in Washington DC.
    12. BEING_221202_070.JPG: The Longest Walk poster 1978
    13. BEING_221202_078.JPG: Here is a portrait of Chief Turkey Tayac the 27th Hereditary Chief of the Piscataway and on both sides of him are depictions of Living Solid Face.
    14. CONNOL_221202_01.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02C2_ConnAve_Overlook)
    15. CONNOL_221202_20.JPG: Gldn+ Arts Welcome to the Connecticut Avenue Overlook -- a pocket park where everyone is invited to gather and connect. This large concrete area has been transformed with greenery, seating, and public art for the community. Take a picture enjoying the space and share on social media using #GoldenTriangleDC and tag @goldentriangledc.
    16. CORC_221202_04.JPG: The Corcoran Gallery of Art Established and endowed by William Wilson Corcoran For the purpose of encouraging American genius in the production and preservation of works pertaining to the fine arts and kindred objects by deed of gift dated May Tenth 1869 to the original board of trustees... (Source page: 2022_12_02B1_Corc_School)
    17. CORC_221202_16.JPG: Andre is an artist
    18. ENCOUN_221202_002.JPG: Encounters at 500 17th St NW (Source page: 2022_12_02B2_Corc_Encounters)
    19. ENCOUN_221202_006.JPG: Welcome to 500 17th Street NW
    20. ENCOUN_221202_017.JPG: A New Vision
    21. ENCOUN_221202_031.JPG: Chronicles of Corcoran
    22. ENCOUN_221202_033.JPG: Emily Snyder Chronicals [sic] of Corcoran Shawn Shafner Consider the Acorn Tina Villadolid Healing Ritual for the Evening of June 4th, 1904
    23. ENCOUN_221202_037.JPG: Consider the Acorn
    24. ENCOUN_221202_053.JPG: Healing Ritual for the Evening of June 4th, 1904
    25. ENCOUN_221202_064.JPG: Crescendo (<)
    26. ENCOUN_221202_067.JPG: Martina Maya-Callen 931 Steps from the White House Vanessa Chen Crescendo (<)
    27. ENCOUN_221202_070.JPG: Hypervisibility
    28. ENCOUN_221202_076.JPG: 931 Steps from the White House
    29. ENCOUN_221202_087.JPG: Tyler Andrew Lackey Encountering the Namesake Andee Berberich The Social Body
    30. ENCOUN_221202_092.JPG: Restful Encounters
    31. ENCOUN_221202_099.JPG: The Social Body: A Study of Accessibility in 500 17th Street NW
    32. HBF_221202_006.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02A_WHHA_Book_Fair)
    33. HBF_221202_012.JPG: Artist Peter Waddell is copying two of his own works, "Tiber Creek: The Bathers, John Quincy Adams Takes a Deadly Chance" and "A Vision Takes Form: the White House Under Construction, 1796".
    34. HBF_221202_039.JPG: John Hutton (left)
    35. HBF_221202_087.JPG: Rocco Smirne is the six-year old with his dad. He was here promoting his book "Rocco Travels With The Presidents!" The book is described on the WHHA site as: Every president of the United States has to travel to attend important events and to meet people around the world. For more than two hundred years, the presidents have taken journeys on horses, trains, ships, cars, airplanes, and helicopters. Sometimes, just for fun, they have also used bicycles, golf carts, and even parachutes! Rocco is six years old, but he already knows a great deal about the White House and the presidents and the places he would like to go too, so he created this book to share some of the adventures he would have if he could travel with the presidents! Rocco travels through time and around the world to ride horses with Abraham Lincoln and bicycles with Jimmy Carter. He boards trains for a trip out west with Grover Cleveland and a New York jaunt with Franklin Roosevelt. He has fun riding in Lyndon Johnson's Amphicar and Joe Biden's Corvette. He ends the book with his favorite trip of all: a flight on Marine One. This title is the fourth in a continuing series of children's books launched by the White House Historical Association in 2020 with A White House Alphabet and Presidents Play! About the Author Rocco Smirne is an elementary school student in Fairfax County Virginia. He loves to travel to new places with his family. He is also the author of A White House Alphabet. About the Illustrator John Hutton is a professor of art history at Salem College, and the illustrator of a series of children’s books published by the White House Historical Association. He lives in Winston Salem, North Carolina.
    36. HBF_221202_089.JPG: Peter Waddell
    37. HBF_221202_096.JPG: John Hutton
    38. HBF_221202_102.JPG: Peter Waddell and Bill Barker ("Becoming Jefferson: My Life as a Founding Father")
    39. HBF_221202_116.JPG: Mac Keith Griswold
    40. HBF_221202_119.JPG: Wayne Smith (right)
    41. HBF_221202_121.JPG: Matthew Wendel ("Recipes from the President’s Ranch: Food People Like to Eat")
    42. HBF_221202_125.JPG: Chef Mark Ramsdell (books co-authored with the late Chef Roland Mesnier: "Creating the Sweet World of White House Desserts: A Pastry Chef’s Secrets" and "The White House in Gingerbread".
    43. HBF_221202_127.JPG: Alex Prud'homme (signing his foreword to "The White House Family Cookbook by White House Executive Chef Henry Haller" and his article "Julia Child Goes Behind the Scenes at the White House" in White House History Quarterly)
    44. HBF_221202_149.JPG: Rebecca Youngblood Vaughn (signing her introduction to her father's memoir "20 Years in the Secret Service: My Life with Five Presidents"; and, from the White House History Quarterly issue "Protecting the Presidents: The History of the United States Secret Service," she will sign her article "Growing Up a Secret Service Agent’s Daughter: Life with My Father Rufus W. Youngblood")
    45. HBF_221202_213.JPG: Knight Kiplinger, Matthew Costello
    46. HBF_221202_219.JPG: Peter Waddell, Knight Kiplinger, Matthew Costello
    47. HBF_221202_262.JPG: Peter Waddell, John Hutton
    48. HBF_221202_301.JPG: Bruce M. White
    49. HBF_221202_311.JPG: Christina Ewald (right)
    50. HBF_221202_317.JPG: Matthew Costello
    51. JINCBF_221202_01.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02C1_JICC_NCBF2023)
    52. JINCBF_221202_09.JPG: National Cherry Blossom Festival 2023 National Cherry Blossom Festival Official Artwork by Orlando Quevedo
    53. JINCBF_221202_13.JPG: About the National Cherry Blossom Festival
    54. LEGACY_221202_001.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02B8_Corc_Legacy)
    55. LEGACY_221202_006.JPG: Legacy: 50 Years Dance on the Edge
    56. LEGACY_221202_042.JPG: Maida Withers
    57. NIGHTS_221202_001_STITCH.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02E_Nightsiren)
    58. NIGHTS_221202_027.JPG: Natalia Germani, Tereza NvotovŠ
    59. NIGHTS_221202_039.JPG: Abbie Algar (AFI)
    60. NIGHTS_221202_042.JPG: Radovan JavorčŪk, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Slovak Republic to the United States of America, and Michelle Joanne JavorčŪkovŠ
    61. NIGHTS_221202_061.JPG: Javier Chavez (AFI), Tereza NvotovŠ, Natalia Germani
    62. NIGHTS_221202_091.JPG: Tereza NvotovŠ
    63. NIGHTS_221202_101.JPG: Natalia Germani
    64. NIGHTS_221202_561.JPG: Natalia Germani, Ambassador Radovan JavorčŪk, Tereza NvotovŠ, Michelle Joanne JavorčŪkovŠ
    65. NIGHTS_221202_583.JPG: Natalia Germani, Tereza NvotovŠ
    66. RENEW_221202_001.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02B6_Corc_Renewal)
    67. RENEW_221202_008.JPG: Kanika Sircar Elegy for a Coral Reef, 2021
    68. RENEW_221202_011.JPG: Jayne Shatz Rising from the Sea, 2021
    69. RENEW_221202_016.JPG: Lexi Arrietta Reliquary/Relinquish, 2021
    70. RENEW_221202_021.JPG: Pat Alexander Out of Range, 2022
    71. RENEW_221202_026.JPG: C.l. bigelow quiet orb, 2022
    72. RENEW_221202_030.JPG: George Lorio Split, 2021
    73. RENEW_221202_035.JPG: Lisa Rosenstein Inner Light, 2020/2022
    74. RENEW_221202_040.JPG: Patte Ormsby Land Sea Sky, 2019
    75. RENEW_221202_044.JPG: Marilyn Geldzahler Rebuilding, 2022
    76. RENEW_221202_057.JPG: Sally Canzoneri Architecture of Water; DC Water Headquarters, 2022
    77. RENEW_221202_062.JPG: Maggie Gourlay Growth Rings Installation, 2021
    78. RENEW_221202_069.JPG: Patte Ormsby Our Lady of Guadalupe & Her Pal Juan Diego, 2022
    79. RENEW_221202_075.JPG: Natalie Abrams Untitled 12.20.2012
    80. RENEW_221202_081.JPG: Natalie Abrams Untitled 12.23.2012
    81. RENEW_221202_086.JPG: Robert Stackhouse Ghost Dance, 1974 Ghost Dance – a nearly five-foot-tall, semicircular, vertical structure made of consecutive slats of recycled, industrial-grade wood – marks the focal point of Renewal. On the adjacent wall, a display of Stackhouse’s watercolor renderings of the sculpture and detailed instructions for its original construction in 1974 accompany the structure. Stackhouse first unveiled Ghost Dance nearly 40 years ago, drawing inspiration from the 19th-century Native American movement†​​among the Nevada Northern Paiute to restore ownership of their land and way of life. Stackhouse and his wife, Carol Mickett, who are artistic collaborators, unveiled the opening of their exhibit with a reception and a lecture last week titled “Where we’ve been, where we are, where we’re going.” Babette Pendleton, Corcoran’s exhibition and programming associate, said the slogan encapsulates the exhibition, which centers around the restoration of the work of art. The sculpture explores themes of renewal, rebirth and sustainability through its use of recycled materials and now through its rebirth as part of a new exhibition. The spiritual movement of Ghost Dance emerged after European settlers brought a period of devastating disease to the Paiute people in Nevada†who wished to cleanse their land of the European settlers and sustain its natural beauty. Pendleton said after sitting in the gallery’s storage for over a decade, Ghost Dance was in need of restoration. Visible disrepair on the wood and metal screws left Stackhouse and Mickett to decide between modernizing the construction or maintaining its original appearance, Stackhouse said. The above was from https://www.gwhatchet.com/2022/09/19/art-preview-corcoran-unveils-exhibits-featuring-sculpture-immersive-projection-this-month/
    82. RENEW_221202_087.JPG: Robert Stackhouse Facsimile of Instructions for "Ghost Dance", 1974
    83. RENEW_221202_093.JPG: Robert Stackhouse Facsimile of Drawing of Ghost Dance, 1974
    84. RENEW_221202_101.JPG: The Corcoran Gallery of Art was established in 1869 and expanded in 1880 to include the Corcoran College of Art and Design. In 2014, the Corcoran transferred the college and gallery building to the George Washington University and distributed the works from its Collection to museums and institutions in Washington, DC.
    85. RENEW_221202_105.JPG: Gayle Friedman Adventure Jumbo, 2020
    86. RENEW_221202_110.JPG: Keith Krueger Check My Brain, 2021
    87. RENEW_221202_113.JPG: Jennifer Noda Almost Midnight, 2022
    88. RENEW_221202_125.JPG: Mike Shaffer Too Tall Tower Ten, 2021
    89. RENEW_221202_130.JPG: Dan Hildt Everything, Everywhere (Tout Partout), 2022
    90. RENEW_221202_138.JPG: Caroline MacKinnon Pebbles: Lost in Time, 2022
    91. RENEW_221202_148.JPG: Michelle Marcuse The remaining rumors live here, 2022
    92. RENEW_221202_162.JPG: Sharon Pierce McCullough Scattered Thoughts, 2021
    93. RENEW_221202_167.JPG: Chee Keong Kung Slow Light VIII, 2020
    94. RENEW_221202_170.JPG: Chee Keong Kung Slow Light IX, 2020
    95. RENEW_221202_174.JPG: Barbara Januszkiewicz Fire, Inspired by Jimi Hendrix, 2022
    96. REPAR_221202_01.JPG: Over 7,000 indigenous people were killed and forced to leave from where you are standing. For indigenous people only... (Source page: 2022_12_02B5_Corc_Reparations)
    97. REPAR_221202_04.JPG: For Indigenous People Only Encountering the Other: Indigenous Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey rematriation English Etymology -- Based on repatriation. Noun rematriation (uncountable): A return to a spiritual way of life with respect for Mother Earth.
    98. REPAR_221202_11.JPG: For Black People Only Encountering the Other: Black Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey
    99. REPAR_221202_17.JPG: More than 60,000 Black people have been economically displaced out of Washington DC as a result of Gentrification
    100. REPAR_221202_20.JPG: More than 10,000 Latin people seeking asylum have been forcibly bussed to Washington DC by US governors
    101. REPAR_221202_24.JPG: Don't forget the Genocide
    102. REPAR_221202_30.JPG: Pay Black People
    103. REPAR_221202_34.JPG: For South Asian People Only Encountering the Other: South Asian Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey
    104. REPAR_221202_38.JPG: For Latin People Only Encountering the Other: Latin Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey
    105. SENSES_221202_01.JPG: View Into the Senses (Source page: 2022_12_02B7_Corc_Senses)
    106. SENSES_221202_05.JPG: Clark V. Fox Classic Windows: Washington I, 1982
    107. SENSES_221202_15.JPG: Larry Zox Green Composition, 1980
    108. SENSES_221202_19.JPG: Malcolm Morley Arles/Miami, 1973
    109. SENSES_221202_21.JPG: Kawanishi Hide The Pond, 1957
    110. SENSES_221202_26.JPG: Edgardo Frabceschi Untitled, 1967
    111. SENSES_221202_30.JPG: Paul Reed Thule, 1971
    112. SENSES_221202_35.JPG: Clark V. Fox Los Angeles Windows, 1983
    113. SENSES_221202_39.JPG: Victor Vasarely Tau Ceti, 1967
    114. SENSES_221202_44.JPG: Julian Stanczak Stratified, 1979
    115. SENSES_221202_48.JPG: Victor Vasarely Jerusalem of Gold (Psalm XIX:2), 1984
    116. SENSES_221202_54.JPG: Kawanishi Hide The Pond, 1957
    117. TPCDEN_221202_003.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02D_TPC_De_Nittis)
    118. TPCDEN_221202_008.JPG: Approaching Storm ca 1869
    119. TPCDEN_221202_022.JPG: An Italian Impressionist in Paris: Giuseppe De Nittis
    120. TPCDEN_221202_028.JPG: Farmhouse near Naples 1866
    121. TPCDEN_221202_037.JPG: Crossing the Apennines -- Memory 1867
    122. TPCDEN_221202_046.JPG: The Train Passes 1869
    123. TPCDEN_221202_060.JPG: Approaching Storm ca 1869
    124. TPCDEN_221202_065.JPG: Gulf of Naples -- Sunny Reflections ca 1872
    125. TPCDEN_221202_070.JPG: Gulf of Naples -- Sunny Reflections ca 1872
    126. TPCDEN_221202_076.JPG: Landscape Under the Sun 1872
    127. TPCDEN_221202_083.JPG: Caillebotte and De Nettis: A Fruitful Friendship
    128. TPCDEN_221202_088.JPG: The Road from Naples to Brindisi 1872
    129. TPCDEN_221202_093.JPG: Gustave Caillebotte A Road in Naples, ca 1872-75
    130. TPCDEN_221202_096.JPG: Country Road -- Along the Ofanto ca 1874-75
    131. TPCDEN_221202_110.JPG: Mountainous Site, Italy (Torre Annunziata) 1872
    132. TPCDEN_221202_115.JPG: Giorgio Sommer Naples, Eruption of Vesuvius, April 26, 1872
    133. TPCDEN_221202_124.JPG: Eruption of Vesuvius (Study) 1872
    134. TPCDEN_221202_129.JPG: Eruption of Vesuvius 1872
    135. TPCDEN_221202_140.JPG: Vesevius Eruption 1872
    136. TPCDEN_221202_147.JPG: Mount Vesuvius Erupts Violently on April 26, 1872
    137. TPCDEN_221202_154.JPG: Vine Leaves ca 1880-83
    138. TPCDEN_221202_159.JPG: Still Life 1880
    139. TPCDEN_221202_165.JPG: Capricious Nocturnal ca 1880-83
    140. TPCDEN_221202_170.JPG: Figure of a Woman (Leontine) 1880
    141. TPCDEN_221202_179.JPG: Edouard Manet Portrait of a Lady, ca 1879
    142. TPCDEN_221202_188.JPG: Go Deeper Through Empathy Experience works of art through the perspective of other people.
    143. TPCDEN_221202_190.JPG: Personal Choices Create a collection and add it to the gallery
    144. TPCDEN_221202_195.JPG: Share Your Haiku How would you use your words to bring a work of art to life?
    145. TPCDEN_221202_198.JPG: I will never forgive My gaze only looks ahead The wound in too deep
    146. TPCDEN_221202_201.JPG: God bless the artist Ashamed of his own nature Unwilling to paint
    147. TPCDEN_221202_203.JPG: Words Written by: "Nude from the Back" Look away from me Perfect skin is made of paint I could not compare
    148. TPCDEN_221202_206.JPG: A Day at the Races Reminds me of Groucho Marx He takes Me Places
    149. TPCDEN_221202_213.JPG: Between the Screens ca 1879
    150. TPCDEN_221202_219.JPG: The Modern Woman Fashion and Japonisme
    151. TPCDEN_221202_224.JPG: Snow Effect ca 1880
    152. TPCDEN_221202_231.JPG: Nude from the Back 1879/1880
    153. TPCDEN_221202_239.JPG: Under the Viaduct ca 1875
    154. TPCDEN_221202_247.JPG: Clouds on Westminster (Study) 1878
    155. TPCDEN_221202_251.JPG: Westminster Bridge (Study) 1878
    156. TPCDEN_221202_259.JPG: The New Conception of Urban Space -- Paris and London
    157. TPCDEN_221202_262.JPG: The Bridge ca 1876
    158. TPCDEN_221202_270.JPG: The National Gallery and the Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields (London) 1878
    159. TPCDEN_221202_278.JPG: Edgar Degas Woman Viewed from Behind (Visit to a Museum), ca 1879-85
    160. TPCDEN_221202_286.JPG: Pearl and Shell ca 1879
    161. TPCDEN_221202_296.JPG: Degas and De Nittis A Friendship
    162. TPCDEN_221202_299.JPG: Edgar Degas Portrait of Mme De Nittis, ca 1872
    163. TPCDEN_221202_308.JPG: The Resilience of Paris after the Franco-Prussian War
    164. TPCDEN_221202_311.JPG: The Place de Carrousel: The Ruins of the Tuileries in 1882 1882
    165. TPCDEN_221202_324.JPG: The Place de Pyramides 1875
    166. TPCDEN_221202_341.JPG: The Place des Pyramides (Study) 1875-76
    167. TPCDEN_221202_346.JPG: Parisiennes in the Place de la Concorde ca 1875
    168. TPCDEN_221202_355.JPG: The Parfumerie Violet -- Corner of Boulevard des Capucines and Rue Scribe ca 1880
    169. TPCDEN_221202_364.JPG: The Place de la Madeleine, Paris ca 1877
    170. TPCDEN_221202_371.JPG: The Arc de Triomphe, Paris ca 1876
    171. TPCDEN_221202_383.JPG: The Construction of the Trocadero in 1876 ca 1876
    172. TPCDEN_221202_393.JPG: The Bourgeoisie at the Races in Paris and London
    173. TPCDEN_221202_396.JPG: Edgar Degas Racehorses at Longchamp, 1871, possibly reworked in 1874
    174. TPCDEN_221202_403.JPG: Edouard Manet At the Races, ca 1875
    175. TPCDEN_221202_410.JPG: Edouard Manet The Races at Londchamg, 1866
    176. TPCDEN_221202_417.JPG: Edgar Degas At the Races: The Start, ca 1860-62
    177. TPCDEN_221202_425.JPG: The Races at Auteuil -- Next to the Stove 1880-81
    178. TPCDEN_221202_432.JPG: The Races at Longchamp (Completed Study) 1883
    179. TPCDEN_221202_438.JPG: Return from the Races ca 1875
    180. TPCDEN_221202_446.JPG: The Races at Auteuil, Paris -- On the Chair ca 1883
    181. TPCDEN_221202_457.JPG: Flirtation, Hyde Park (Flirting Next to the Track) ca 1874
    182. TPCDEN_221202_467.JPG: Return from the Races 1875
    183. TPCDEN_221202_486.JPG: A Special Evening, February 20, 1875
    184. TPCDEN_221202_489.JPG: Printmaking as Personal Artistic Expression and as Reproduction
    185. TPCDEN_221202_491.JPG: Printmaking as Personal Artistic Expression and as Reproduction
    186. TPCDEN_221202_495.JPG: The Place des Pyramides, Paris ca 1883
    187. TPCDEN_221202_501.JPG: Marcellin-Gilbert Desboutin Degas, 1876
    188. TPCDEN_221202_504.JPG: Edgar Degas Alphonse Hirsch
    189. TPCDEN_221202_515.JPG: Portrait of Edgar Degas (right facing) February 20, 1875
    190. TPCDEN_221202_518.JPG: Portrait of Edgar Degas (left facing) February 20, 1875
    191. TPCDEN_221202_525.JPG: View Taken in London ca 1876
    192. TPCDEN_221202_530.JPG: The Dancer Holoke-GO-Zen 1873
    193. TPCDEN_221202_533.JPG: Elegant Young Woman Seen from Behind ca 1875
    194. TPCDEN_221202_540.JPG: Trees ca 1879/1880
    195. TPCDEN_221202_546.JPG: Edgar Degas The Road, ca 1878/1880
    196. TPCDEN_221202_556.JPG: Leisure in the City and the Suburbs
    197. TPCDEN_221202_559.JPG: Next to the Pond in the Luxembourg Gardens, Paris 1875
    198. TPCDEN_221202_569.JPG: Suzanne and Madeleine Boussod in the Garden ca 1874
    199. TPCDEN_221202_576.JPG: Edouard Manet In the Garden, 1870
    200. TPCDEN_221202_583.JPG: In the Wheat Field 1873
    201. TPCDEN_221202_594.JPG: Winter Walk 1879
    202. TPCDEN_221202_603.JPG: Leontine in a Boat 1874
    203. TPCDEN_221202_619.JPG: Leontine Skating ca 1875
    204. TPCDEN_221202_626.JPG: De Nittis's Last Works -- Interiors and Plein-Air Scenes
    205. TPCDEN_221202_629.JPG: Trains Passing 1884
    206. TPCDEN_221202_637.JPG: Field of Wheat Sheaves ca 1880
    207. TPCDEN_221202_646.JPG: In the Hammock II 1884
    208. TPCDEN_221202_653.JPG: Spring ca 1879
    209. TPCDEN_221202_662.JPG: Breakfast in the Garden 1884
    210. TPCDEN_221202_672.JPG: Princess Mathilde Bonaparte
    211. TPCDEN_221202_676.JPG: The Salon of Princess Mathilde 1883
    212. TPCDEN_221202_690.JPG: In Fashionable Society 1883
    213. TRAN20_221202_001.JPG: Ryoto Unno A ship groping through the dark, 2022 (Source page: 2022_12_02B3_Corc_Transformer20)
    214. TRAN20_221202_019.JPG: Martha Wilson I'm Going to Die, 2014
    215. TRAN20_221202_024.JPG: Jenny Walton Radiance, 2022
    216. TRAN20_221202_030.JPG: Naoko Wowsugi new moon, 2022
    217. TRAN20_221202_034.JPG: Antonia Tricarico Me, My Eyes, and I series 03, 2014
    218. TRAN20_221202_039.JPG: Kelly Towles The Observer, 2022
    219. TRAN20_221202_044.JPG: Lisa Marie Thalhammer LOVE in Rainbow Glow, 2022
    220. TRAN20_221202_049.JPG: Scott Szegeski koji scales, 2022
    221. TRAN20_221202_053.JPG: Tang Untitled, 2022
    222. TRAN20_221202_057.JPG: Banner Sale Troubled Magic All I see is a stranger, 2021
    223. TRAN20_221202_068.JPG: Hannah Spector midnight language, 2022
    224. TRAN20_221202_072.JPG: Christine Buckton Tillman bunting and betty cooke, 2020
    225. TRAN20_221202_077.JPG: Zach Storm Swell, 2022
    226. TRAN20_221202_083.JPG: Jay Stuckey Ship, 2020
    227. TRAN20_221202_100.JPG: Molly Springfield On Being Ill, 2022
    228. TRAN20_221202_108.JPG: Farrah Skeiky Club Angel, 2021
    229. TRAN20_221202_113.JPG: Johab Silva Orange and Yellow Flowers: After Ellsworth Kelly, 2022
    230. TRAN20_221202_118.JPG: Joaquin Segura G8 (United States of America), 2012-2022
    231. TRAN20_221202_124.JPG: Sheldon Scott I.a.d.c.a.f. (Pink Glitter), 2018
    232. TRAN20_221202_130.JPG: MichaelAngelo Rodriguez Aca Se Ve Claro, 2021
    233. TRAN20_221202_133.JPG: Lauren Rice Time is a Sunset, 2022
    234. TRAN20_221202_138.JPG: Alanno Reeves We're Not Going to Make it Back, 2020
    235. TRAN20_221202_142.JPG: Alanna Reeves Ackee (In Green), 2020
    236. TRAN20_221202_147.JPG: Vesna Pavlovic Ceiling Systems, From "Sites of Memory" series, 2019
    237. TRAN20_221202_152.JPG: Andrea Polichetti Untitled, 2021
    238. TRAN20_221202_157.JPG: Ryan Carroll Nelson Bouffant, 2022
    239. TRAN20_221202_162.JPG: Joseph Orzal (Joseph Orzal x Chiha Poster and Katie Pettit) Statehood Now, 2019
    240. TRAN20_221202_168.JPG: Piero Passacantando Abstract Reflection, 2022
    241. TRAN20_221202_189.JPG: 2013
    242. TRAN20_221202_195.JPG: 2014
    243. TRAN20_221202_197.JPG: 2015
    244. TRAN20_221202_201.JPG: 2016
    245. TRAN20_221202_202.JPG: 2017
    246. TRAN20_221202_205.JPG: 2018
    247. TRAN20_221202_208.JPG: 2019
    248. TRAN20_221202_211.JPG: 2020
    249. TRAN20_221202_214.JPG: 2021
    250. TRAN20_221202_220.JPG: 2022
    251. TRAN20_221202_227.JPG: Siren Arts
    252. TRAN20_221202_230.JPG: J. Morrison (Homocats) We Are Tired of Homophobia, 2014
    253. TRAN20_221202_235.JPG: Carolina Mayorga Fungus Gnat Southwest, from the series Kelly's Plants, 2022
    254. TRAN20_221202_240.JPG: Taylor McKimens Kiss Me, 2022
    255. TRAN20_221202_245.JPG: Jameson Magrogan Cobble V, 2019
    256. TRAN20_221202_250.JPG: Jennifer Wen Ma In Furious Bloom III, 2016
    257. TRAN20_221202_255.JPG: Hatnim Lee Woman dressed as Union Jack at Queen Elizabeth II's funeral, September 19th, 2022
    258. TRAN20_221202_258.JPG: Sandra Luckett Aqua Pura, 2021
    259. TRAN20_221202_261.JPG: Marissa Long Ben with Flowers, 2022
    260. TRAN20_221202_265.JPG: Nilay Lawson Chef Feo's Big Bowl of Black Beans and Rice, 2022
    261. TRAN20_221202_271.JPG: Carolina Mayorga Building 1 __ Fun with Cardboard May 2022, 2022
    262. TRAN20_221202_276.JPG: Victor Koroma Black Flowers: "SAMO
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    1. BEING_221202_001.JPG: Imprinting Dimensional States of Being A Mural by Joerael Numina (Source page: 2022_12_02B4_Corc_Being)
    2. BEING_221202_004.JPG: imprinting dimensional states of being WASHINGTON, DC 2018 Discover details of Joerael's epic mural at The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. This mural spans the length of 2,052 square feet and artistically shares the history of the local Piscataway Tribe. The Piscataway are the people where the rivers bend and call the DC Bay Area their homeland. The mural is large, colorful, and unapologetically descriptive of story. This work was created in collaboration with members of the Piscataway Tribe. The mural is in honor of the Piscataway people whose ancestral land is currently the United States capital. This work touches upon the complexities and histories of indigenous activism in the DC bay area. Joerael took his time and made sure to hold himself accountable to in-depth research and interviews with the tribe Sebi and Gabrielle Tayac of the Piscataway tribe. Joerael developed relations and learned about the tribe's roots in activism. Joerael also included in each design the diversity of the tribe and the resilience of survival.† A deep bow of gratitude for Piscataway Tribal members Sebi Tayac and Gabrielle Tayac. Their contributions, time, and stories supported manifesting the mural to reality.† The above was from https://www.joerael.com/imprinting-dimensional-states-of-being
    3. BEING_221202_014.JPG: Sebi Tayac, Great grandson of Turkey Tayac
    4. BEING_221202_016.JPG: Gabriel’s father and Vetran Joe Tayac
    5. BEING_221202_019.JPG: Gabriel Tayac, grandaugter of Turkey Tayac.
    6. BEING_221202_027.JPG: A wild turkey
    7. BEING_221202_031.JPG: Dennis Banks, American Indian Movement
    8. BEING_221202_035.JPG: An expression of the Tree at Piscataway Park “Mayoane” emerging and growing into the 27 hereditary chiefs buried underneath.
    9. BEING_221202_045.JPG: Turkey Tayac and Alcatraz AIM Graffiti
    10. BEING_221202_060.JPG: A visualization of the word Piscataway “confluence of waters” is two waters falls pouring into the same body. At the base of this body of water is Turkey Tayac’s hands holding a tobacco bundle.
    11. BEING_221202_062.JPG: One of Roberta's famous slogans Roberta Blackgoat became friends of the Piscataway when she would travel to protest and do speaking engagements in DC. She was protesting an executive order to remove Dine’ & Hopi residents from black mesa in Arizona. The force removal forced 14,000 Navajo and several hundred Hopi to move, however along with several hundred Roberta stayed and fought for her right to live out her life on her ancestral land. The removal was to expand the Peabody coal mining operation. Under Black Mesa 20 billion tons of low sulfur coal was discovered. Activist like Roberta Blackgoat were highly influential to the Piscataway and their activism in Washington DC.
    12. BEING_221202_070.JPG: The Longest Walk poster 1978
    13. BEING_221202_078.JPG: Here is a portrait of Chief Turkey Tayac the 27th Hereditary Chief of the Piscataway and on both sides of him are depictions of Living Solid Face.
    14. CONNOL_221202_01.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02C2_ConnAve_Overlook)
    15. CONNOL_221202_20.JPG: Gldn+ Arts Welcome to the Connecticut Avenue Overlook -- a pocket park where everyone is invited to gather and connect. This large concrete area has been transformed with greenery, seating, and public art for the community. Take a picture enjoying the space and share on social media using #GoldenTriangleDC and tag @goldentriangledc.
    16. CORC_221202_04.JPG: The Corcoran Gallery of Art Established and endowed by William Wilson Corcoran For the purpose of encouraging American genius in the production and preservation of works pertaining to the fine arts and kindred objects by deed of gift dated May Tenth 1869 to the original board of trustees... (Source page: 2022_12_02B1_Corc_School)
    17. CORC_221202_16.JPG: Andre is an artist
    18. ENCOUN_221202_002.JPG: Encounters at 500 17th St NW (Source page: 2022_12_02B2_Corc_Encounters)
    19. ENCOUN_221202_006.JPG: Welcome to 500 17th Street NW
    20. ENCOUN_221202_017.JPG: A New Vision
    21. ENCOUN_221202_031.JPG: Chronicles of Corcoran
    22. ENCOUN_221202_033.JPG: Emily Snyder Chronicals [sic] of Corcoran Shawn Shafner Consider the Acorn Tina Villadolid Healing Ritual for the Evening of June 4th, 1904
    23. ENCOUN_221202_037.JPG: Consider the Acorn
    24. ENCOUN_221202_053.JPG: Healing Ritual for the Evening of June 4th, 1904
    25. ENCOUN_221202_064.JPG: Crescendo (<)
    26. ENCOUN_221202_067.JPG: Martina Maya-Callen 931 Steps from the White House Vanessa Chen Crescendo (<)
    27. ENCOUN_221202_070.JPG: Hypervisibility
    28. ENCOUN_221202_076.JPG: 931 Steps from the White House
    29. ENCOUN_221202_087.JPG: Tyler Andrew Lackey Encountering the Namesake Andee Berberich The Social Body
    30. ENCOUN_221202_092.JPG: Restful Encounters
    31. ENCOUN_221202_099.JPG: The Social Body: A Study of Accessibility in 500 17th Street NW
    32. HBF_221202_006.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02A_WHHA_Book_Fair)
    33. HBF_221202_012.JPG: Artist Peter Waddell is copying two of his own works, "Tiber Creek: The Bathers, John Quincy Adams Takes a Deadly Chance" and "A Vision Takes Form: the White House Under Construction, 1796".
    34. HBF_221202_039.JPG: John Hutton (left)
    35. HBF_221202_087.JPG: Rocco Smirne is the six-year old with his dad. He was here promoting his book "Rocco Travels With The Presidents!" The book is described on the WHHA site as: Every president of the United States has to travel to attend important events and to meet people around the world. For more than two hundred years, the presidents have taken journeys on horses, trains, ships, cars, airplanes, and helicopters. Sometimes, just for fun, they have also used bicycles, golf carts, and even parachutes! Rocco is six years old, but he already knows a great deal about the White House and the presidents and the places he would like to go too, so he created this book to share some of the adventures he would have if he could travel with the presidents! Rocco travels through time and around the world to ride horses with Abraham Lincoln and bicycles with Jimmy Carter. He boards trains for a trip out west with Grover Cleveland and a New York jaunt with Franklin Roosevelt. He has fun riding in Lyndon Johnson's Amphicar and Joe Biden's Corvette. He ends the book with his favorite trip of all: a flight on Marine One. This title is the fourth in a continuing series of children's books launched by the White House Historical Association in 2020 with A White House Alphabet and Presidents Play! About the Author Rocco Smirne is an elementary school student in Fairfax County Virginia. He loves to travel to new places with his family. He is also the author of A White House Alphabet. About the Illustrator John Hutton is a professor of art history at Salem College, and the illustrator of a series of children’s books published by the White House Historical Association. He lives in Winston Salem, North Carolina.
    36. HBF_221202_089.JPG: Peter Waddell
    37. HBF_221202_096.JPG: John Hutton
    38. HBF_221202_102.JPG: Peter Waddell and Bill Barker ("Becoming Jefferson: My Life as a Founding Father")
    39. HBF_221202_116.JPG: Mac Keith Griswold
    40. HBF_221202_119.JPG: Wayne Smith (right)
    41. HBF_221202_121.JPG: Matthew Wendel ("Recipes from the President’s Ranch: Food People Like to Eat")
    42. HBF_221202_125.JPG: Chef Mark Ramsdell (books co-authored with the late Chef Roland Mesnier: "Creating the Sweet World of White House Desserts: A Pastry Chef’s Secrets" and "The White House in Gingerbread".
    43. HBF_221202_127.JPG: Alex Prud'homme (signing his foreword to "The White House Family Cookbook by White House Executive Chef Henry Haller" and his article "Julia Child Goes Behind the Scenes at the White House" in White House History Quarterly)
    44. HBF_221202_149.JPG: Rebecca Youngblood Vaughn (signing her introduction to her father's memoir "20 Years in the Secret Service: My Life with Five Presidents"; and, from the White House History Quarterly issue "Protecting the Presidents: The History of the United States Secret Service," she will sign her article "Growing Up a Secret Service Agent’s Daughter: Life with My Father Rufus W. Youngblood")
    45. HBF_221202_213.JPG: Knight Kiplinger, Matthew Costello
    46. HBF_221202_219.JPG: Peter Waddell, Knight Kiplinger, Matthew Costello
    47. HBF_221202_262.JPG: Peter Waddell, John Hutton
    48. HBF_221202_301.JPG: Bruce M. White
    49. HBF_221202_311.JPG: Christina Ewald (right)
    50. HBF_221202_317.JPG: Matthew Costello
    51. JINCBF_221202_01.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02C1_JICC_NCBF2023)
    52. JINCBF_221202_09.JPG: National Cherry Blossom Festival 2023 National Cherry Blossom Festival Official Artwork by Orlando Quevedo
    53. JINCBF_221202_13.JPG: About the National Cherry Blossom Festival
    54. LEGACY_221202_001.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02B8_Corc_Legacy)
    55. LEGACY_221202_006.JPG: Legacy: 50 Years Dance on the Edge
    56. LEGACY_221202_042.JPG: Maida Withers
    57. NIGHTS_221202_001_STITCH.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02E_Nightsiren)
    58. NIGHTS_221202_027.JPG: Natalia Germani, Tereza NvotovŠ
    59. NIGHTS_221202_039.JPG: Abbie Algar (AFI)
    60. NIGHTS_221202_042.JPG: Radovan JavorčŪk, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Slovak Republic to the United States of America, and Michelle Joanne JavorčŪkovŠ
    61. NIGHTS_221202_061.JPG: Javier Chavez (AFI), Tereza NvotovŠ, Natalia Germani
    62. NIGHTS_221202_091.JPG: Tereza NvotovŠ
    63. NIGHTS_221202_101.JPG: Natalia Germani
    64. NIGHTS_221202_561.JPG: Natalia Germani, Ambassador Radovan JavorčŪk, Tereza NvotovŠ, Michelle Joanne JavorčŪkovŠ
    65. NIGHTS_221202_583.JPG: Natalia Germani, Tereza NvotovŠ
    66. RENEW_221202_001.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02B6_Corc_Renewal)
    67. RENEW_221202_008.JPG: Kanika Sircar Elegy for a Coral Reef, 2021
    68. RENEW_221202_011.JPG: Jayne Shatz Rising from the Sea, 2021
    69. RENEW_221202_016.JPG: Lexi Arrietta Reliquary/Relinquish, 2021
    70. RENEW_221202_021.JPG: Pat Alexander Out of Range, 2022
    71. RENEW_221202_026.JPG: C.l. bigelow quiet orb, 2022
    72. RENEW_221202_030.JPG: George Lorio Split, 2021
    73. RENEW_221202_035.JPG: Lisa Rosenstein Inner Light, 2020/2022
    74. RENEW_221202_040.JPG: Patte Ormsby Land Sea Sky, 2019
    75. RENEW_221202_044.JPG: Marilyn Geldzahler Rebuilding, 2022
    76. RENEW_221202_057.JPG: Sally Canzoneri Architecture of Water; DC Water Headquarters, 2022
    77. RENEW_221202_062.JPG: Maggie Gourlay Growth Rings Installation, 2021
    78. RENEW_221202_069.JPG: Patte Ormsby Our Lady of Guadalupe & Her Pal Juan Diego, 2022
    79. RENEW_221202_075.JPG: Natalie Abrams Untitled 12.20.2012
    80. RENEW_221202_081.JPG: Natalie Abrams Untitled 12.23.2012
    81. RENEW_221202_086.JPG: Robert Stackhouse Ghost Dance, 1974 Ghost Dance – a nearly five-foot-tall, semicircular, vertical structure made of consecutive slats of recycled, industrial-grade wood – marks the focal point of Renewal. On the adjacent wall, a display of Stackhouse’s watercolor renderings of the sculpture and detailed instructions for its original construction in 1974 accompany the structure. Stackhouse first unveiled Ghost Dance nearly 40 years ago, drawing inspiration from the 19th-century Native American movement†​​among the Nevada Northern Paiute to restore ownership of their land and way of life. Stackhouse and his wife, Carol Mickett, who are artistic collaborators, unveiled the opening of their exhibit with a reception and a lecture last week titled “Where we’ve been, where we are, where we’re going.” Babette Pendleton, Corcoran’s exhibition and programming associate, said the slogan encapsulates the exhibition, which centers around the restoration of the work of art. The sculpture explores themes of renewal, rebirth and sustainability through its use of recycled materials and now through its rebirth as part of a new exhibition. The spiritual movement of Ghost Dance emerged after European settlers brought a period of devastating disease to the Paiute people in Nevada†who wished to cleanse their land of the European settlers and sustain its natural beauty. Pendleton said after sitting in the gallery’s storage for over a decade, Ghost Dance was in need of restoration. Visible disrepair on the wood and metal screws left Stackhouse and Mickett to decide between modernizing the construction or maintaining its original appearance, Stackhouse said. The above was from https://www.gwhatchet.com/2022/09/19/art-preview-corcoran-unveils-exhibits-featuring-sculpture-immersive-projection-this-month/
    82. RENEW_221202_087.JPG: Robert Stackhouse Facsimile of Instructions for "Ghost Dance", 1974
    83. RENEW_221202_093.JPG: Robert Stackhouse Facsimile of Drawing of Ghost Dance, 1974
    84. RENEW_221202_101.JPG: The Corcoran Gallery of Art was established in 1869 and expanded in 1880 to include the Corcoran College of Art and Design. In 2014, the Corcoran transferred the college and gallery building to the George Washington University and distributed the works from its Collection to museums and institutions in Washington, DC.
    85. RENEW_221202_105.JPG: Gayle Friedman Adventure Jumbo, 2020
    86. RENEW_221202_110.JPG: Keith Krueger Check My Brain, 2021
    87. RENEW_221202_113.JPG: Jennifer Noda Almost Midnight, 2022
    88. RENEW_221202_125.JPG: Mike Shaffer Too Tall Tower Ten, 2021
    89. RENEW_221202_130.JPG: Dan Hildt Everything, Everywhere (Tout Partout), 2022
    90. RENEW_221202_138.JPG: Caroline MacKinnon Pebbles: Lost in Time, 2022
    91. RENEW_221202_148.JPG: Michelle Marcuse The remaining rumors live here, 2022
    92. RENEW_221202_162.JPG: Sharon Pierce McCullough Scattered Thoughts, 2021
    93. RENEW_221202_167.JPG: Chee Keong Kung Slow Light VIII, 2020
    94. RENEW_221202_170.JPG: Chee Keong Kung Slow Light IX, 2020
    95. RENEW_221202_174.JPG: Barbara Januszkiewicz Fire, Inspired by Jimi Hendrix, 2022
    96. REPAR_221202_01.JPG: Over 7,000 indigenous people were killed and forced to leave from where you are standing. For indigenous people only... (Source page: 2022_12_02B5_Corc_Reparations)
    97. REPAR_221202_04.JPG: For Indigenous People Only Encountering the Other: Indigenous Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey rematriation English Etymology -- Based on repatriation. Noun rematriation (uncountable): A return to a spiritual way of life with respect for Mother Earth.
    98. REPAR_221202_11.JPG: For Black People Only Encountering the Other: Black Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey
    99. REPAR_221202_17.JPG: More than 60,000 Black people have been economically displaced out of Washington DC as a result of Gentrification
    100. REPAR_221202_20.JPG: More than 10,000 Latin people seeking asylum have been forcibly bussed to Washington DC by US governors
    101. REPAR_221202_24.JPG: Don't forget the Genocide
    102. REPAR_221202_30.JPG: Pay Black People
    103. REPAR_221202_34.JPG: For South Asian People Only Encountering the Other: South Asian Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey
    104. REPAR_221202_38.JPG: For Latin People Only Encountering the Other: Latin Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey
    105. SENSES_221202_01.JPG: View Into the Senses (Source page: 2022_12_02B7_Corc_Senses)
    106. SENSES_221202_05.JPG: Clark V. Fox Classic Windows: Washington I, 1982
    107. SENSES_221202_15.JPG: Larry Zox Green Composition, 1980
    108. SENSES_221202_19.JPG: Malcolm Morley Arles/Miami, 1973
    109. SENSES_221202_21.JPG: Kawanishi Hide The Pond, 1957
    110. SENSES_221202_26.JPG: Edgardo Frabceschi Untitled, 1967
    111. SENSES_221202_30.JPG: Paul Reed Thule, 1971
    112. SENSES_221202_35.JPG: Clark V. Fox Los Angeles Windows, 1983
    113. SENSES_221202_39.JPG: Victor Vasarely Tau Ceti, 1967
    114. SENSES_221202_44.JPG: Julian Stanczak Stratified, 1979
    115. SENSES_221202_48.JPG: Victor Vasarely Jerusalem of Gold (Psalm XIX:2), 1984
    116. SENSES_221202_54.JPG: Kawanishi Hide The Pond, 1957
    117. TPCDEN_221202_003.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02D_TPC_De_Nittis)
    118. TPCDEN_221202_008.JPG: Approaching Storm ca 1869
    119. TPCDEN_221202_022.JPG: An Italian Impressionist in Paris: Giuseppe De Nittis
    120. TPCDEN_221202_028.JPG: Farmhouse near Naples 1866
    121. TPCDEN_221202_037.JPG: Crossing the Apennines -- Memory 1867
    122. TPCDEN_221202_046.JPG: The Train Passes 1869
    123. TPCDEN_221202_060.JPG: Approaching Storm ca 1869
    124. TPCDEN_221202_065.JPG: Gulf of Naples -- Sunny Reflections ca 1872
    125. TPCDEN_221202_070.JPG: Gulf of Naples -- Sunny Reflections ca 1872
    126. TPCDEN_221202_076.JPG: Landscape Under the Sun 1872
    127. TPCDEN_221202_083.JPG: Caillebotte and De Nettis: A Fruitful Friendship
    128. TPCDEN_221202_088.JPG: The Road from Naples to Brindisi 1872
    129. TPCDEN_221202_093.JPG: Gustave Caillebotte A Road in Naples, ca 1872-75
    130. TPCDEN_221202_096.JPG: Country Road -- Along the Ofanto ca 1874-75
    131. TPCDEN_221202_110.JPG: Mountainous Site, Italy (Torre Annunziata) 1872
    132. TPCDEN_221202_115.JPG: Giorgio Sommer Naples, Eruption of Vesuvius, April 26, 1872
    133. TPCDEN_221202_124.JPG: Eruption of Vesuvius (Study) 1872
    134. TPCDEN_221202_129.JPG: Eruption of Vesuvius 1872
    135. TPCDEN_221202_140.JPG: Vesevius Eruption 1872
    136. TPCDEN_221202_147.JPG: Mount Vesuvius Erupts Violently on April 26, 1872
    137. TPCDEN_221202_154.JPG: Vine Leaves ca 1880-83
    138. TPCDEN_221202_159.JPG: Still Life 1880
    139. TPCDEN_221202_165.JPG: Capricious Nocturnal ca 1880-83
    140. TPCDEN_221202_170.JPG: Figure of a Woman (Leontine) 1880
    141. TPCDEN_221202_179.JPG: Edouard Manet Portrait of a Lady, ca 1879
    142. TPCDEN_221202_188.JPG: Go Deeper Through Empathy Experience works of art through the perspective of other people.
    143. TPCDEN_221202_190.JPG: Personal Choices Create a collection and add it to the gallery
    144. TPCDEN_221202_195.JPG: Share Your Haiku How would you use your words to bring a work of art to life?
    145. TPCDEN_221202_198.JPG: I will never forgive My gaze only looks ahead The wound in too deep
    146. TPCDEN_221202_201.JPG: God bless the artist Ashamed of his own nature Unwilling to paint
    147. TPCDEN_221202_203.JPG: Words Written by: "Nude from the Back" Look away from me Perfect skin is made of paint I could not compare
    148. TPCDEN_221202_206.JPG: A Day at the Races Reminds me of Groucho Marx He takes Me Places
    149. TPCDEN_221202_213.JPG: Between the Screens ca 1879
    150. TPCDEN_221202_219.JPG: The Modern Woman Fashion and Japonisme
    151. TPCDEN_221202_224.JPG: Snow Effect ca 1880
    152. TPCDEN_221202_231.JPG: Nude from the Back 1879/1880
    153. TPCDEN_221202_239.JPG: Under the Viaduct ca 1875
    154. TPCDEN_221202_247.JPG: Clouds on Westminster (Study) 1878
    155. TPCDEN_221202_251.JPG: Westminster Bridge (Study) 1878
    156. TPCDEN_221202_259.JPG: The New Conception of Urban Space -- Paris and London
    157. TPCDEN_221202_262.JPG: The Bridge ca 1876
    158. TPCDEN_221202_270.JPG: The National Gallery and the Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields (London) 1878
    159. TPCDEN_221202_278.JPG: Edgar Degas Woman Viewed from Behind (Visit to a Museum), ca 1879-85
    160. TPCDEN_221202_286.JPG: Pearl and Shell ca 1879
    161. TPCDEN_221202_296.JPG: Degas and De Nittis A Friendship
    162. TPCDEN_221202_299.JPG: Edgar Degas Portrait of Mme De Nittis, ca 1872
    163. TPCDEN_221202_308.JPG: The Resilience of Paris after the Franco-Prussian War
    164. TPCDEN_221202_311.JPG: The Place de Carrousel: The Ruins of the Tuileries in 1882 1882
    165. TPCDEN_221202_324.JPG: The Place de Pyramides 1875
    166. TPCDEN_221202_341.JPG: The Place des Pyramides (Study) 1875-76
    167. TPCDEN_221202_346.JPG: Parisiennes in the Place de la Concorde ca 1875
    168. TPCDEN_221202_355.JPG: The Parfumerie Violet -- Corner of Boulevard des Capucines and Rue Scribe ca 1880
    169. TPCDEN_221202_364.JPG: The Place de la Madeleine, Paris ca 1877
    170. TPCDEN_221202_371.JPG: The Arc de Triomphe, Paris ca 1876
    171. TPCDEN_221202_383.JPG: The Construction of the Trocadero in 1876 ca 1876
    172. TPCDEN_221202_393.JPG: The Bourgeoisie at the Races in Paris and London
    173. TPCDEN_221202_396.JPG: Edgar Degas Racehorses at Longchamp, 1871, possibly reworked in 1874
    174. TPCDEN_221202_403.JPG: Edouard Manet At the Races, ca 1875
    175. TPCDEN_221202_410.JPG: Edouard Manet The Races at Londchamg, 1866
    176. TPCDEN_221202_417.JPG: Edgar Degas At the Races: The Start, ca 1860-62
    177. TPCDEN_221202_425.JPG: The Races at Auteuil -- Next to the Stove 1880-81
    178. TPCDEN_221202_432.JPG: The Races at Longchamp (Completed Study) 1883
    179. TPCDEN_221202_438.JPG: Return from the Races ca 1875
    180. TPCDEN_221202_446.JPG: The Races at Auteuil, Paris -- On the Chair ca 1883
    181. TPCDEN_221202_457.JPG: Flirtation, Hyde Park (Flirting Next to the Track) ca 1874
    182. TPCDEN_221202_467.JPG: Return from the Races 1875
    183. TPCDEN_221202_486.JPG: A Special Evening, February 20, 1875
    184. TPCDEN_221202_489.JPG: Printmaking as Personal Artistic Expression and as Reproduction
    185. TPCDEN_221202_491.JPG: Printmaking as Personal Artistic Expression and as Reproduction
    186. TPCDEN_221202_495.JPG: The Place des Pyramides, Paris ca 1883
    187. TPCDEN_221202_501.JPG: Marcellin-Gilbert Desboutin Degas, 1876
    188. TPCDEN_221202_504.JPG: Edgar Degas Alphonse Hirsch
    189. TPCDEN_221202_515.JPG: Portrait of Edgar Degas (right facing) February 20, 1875
    190. TPCDEN_221202_518.JPG: Portrait of Edgar Degas (left facing) February 20, 1875
    191. TPCDEN_221202_525.JPG: View Taken in London ca 1876
    192. TPCDEN_221202_530.JPG: The Dancer Holoke-GO-Zen 1873
    193. TPCDEN_221202_533.JPG: Elegant Young Woman Seen from Behind ca 1875
    194. TPCDEN_221202_540.JPG: Trees ca 1879/1880
    195. TPCDEN_221202_546.JPG: Edgar Degas The Road, ca 1878/1880
    196. TPCDEN_221202_556.JPG: Leisure in the City and the Suburbs
    197. TPCDEN_221202_559.JPG: Next to the Pond in the Luxembourg Gardens, Paris 1875
    198. TPCDEN_221202_569.JPG: Suzanne and Madeleine Boussod in the Garden ca 1874
    199. TPCDEN_221202_576.JPG: Edouard Manet In the Garden, 1870
    200. TPCDEN_221202_583.JPG: In the Wheat Field 1873
    201. TPCDEN_221202_594.JPG: Winter Walk 1879
    202. TPCDEN_221202_603.JPG: Leontine in a Boat 1874
    203. TPCDEN_221202_619.JPG: Leontine Skating ca 1875
    204. TPCDEN_221202_626.JPG: De Nittis's Last Works -- Interiors and Plein-Air Scenes
    205. TPCDEN_221202_629.JPG: Trains Passing 1884
    206. TPCDEN_221202_637.JPG: Field of Wheat Sheaves ca 1880
    207. TPCDEN_221202_646.JPG: In the Hammock II 1884
    208. TPCDEN_221202_653.JPG: Spring ca 1879
    209. TPCDEN_221202_662.JPG: Breakfast in the Garden 1884
    210. TPCDEN_221202_672.JPG: Princess Mathilde Bonaparte
    211. TPCDEN_221202_676.JPG: The Salon of Princess Mathilde 1883
    212. TPCDEN_221202_690.JPG: In Fashionable Society 1883
    213. TRAN20_221202_001.JPG: Ryoto Unno A ship groping through the dark, 2022 (Source page: 2022_12_02B3_Corc_Transformer20)
    214. TRAN20_221202_019.JPG: Martha Wilson I'm Going to Die, 2014
    215. TRAN20_221202_024.JPG: Jenny Walton Radiance, 2022
    216. TRAN20_221202_030.JPG: Naoko Wowsugi new moon, 2022
    217. TRAN20_221202_034.JPG: Antonia Tricarico Me, My Eyes, and I series 03, 2014
    218. TRAN20_221202_039.JPG: Kelly Towles The Observer, 2022
    219. TRAN20_221202_044.JPG: Lisa Marie Thalhammer LOVE in Rainbow Glow, 2022
    220. TRAN20_221202_049.JPG: Scott Szegeski koji scales, 2022
    221. TRAN20_221202_053.JPG: Tang Untitled, 2022
    222. TRAN20_221202_057.JPG: Banner Sale Troubled Magic All I see is a stranger, 2021
    223. TRAN20_221202_068.JPG: Hannah Spector midnight language, 2022
    224. TRAN20_221202_072.JPG: Christine Buckton Tillman bunting and betty cooke, 2020
    225. TRAN20_221202_077.JPG: Zach Storm Swell, 2022
    226. TRAN20_221202_083.JPG: Jay Stuckey Ship, 2020
    227. TRAN20_221202_100.JPG: Molly Springfield On Being Ill, 2022
    228. TRAN20_221202_108.JPG: Farrah Skeiky Club Angel, 2021
    229. TRAN20_221202_113.JPG: Johab Silva Orange and Yellow Flowers: After Ellsworth Kelly, 2022
    230. TRAN20_221202_118.JPG: Joaquin Segura G8 (United States of America), 2012-2022
    231. TRAN20_221202_124.JPG: Sheldon Scott I.a.d.c.a.f. (Pink Glitter), 2018
    232. TRAN20_221202_130.JPG: MichaelAngelo Rodriguez Aca Se Ve Claro, 2021
    233. TRAN20_221202_133.JPG: Lauren Rice Time is a Sunset, 2022
    234. TRAN20_221202_138.JPG: Alanno Reeves We're Not Going to Make it Back, 2020
    235. TRAN20_221202_142.JPG: Alanna Reeves Ackee (In Green), 2020
    236. TRAN20_221202_147.JPG: Vesna Pavlovic Ceiling Systems, From "Sites of Memory" series, 2019
    237. TRAN20_221202_152.JPG: Andrea Polichetti Untitled, 2021
    238. TRAN20_221202_157.JPG: Ryan Carroll Nelson Bouffant, 2022
    239. TRAN20_221202_162.JPG: Joseph Orzal (Joseph Orzal x Chiha Poster and Katie Pettit) Statehood Now, 2019
    240. TRAN20_221202_168.JPG: Piero Passacantando Abstract Reflection, 2022
    241. TRAN20_221202_189.JPG: 2013
    242. TRAN20_221202_195.JPG: 2014
    243. TRAN20_221202_197.JPG: 2015
    244. TRAN20_221202_201.JPG: 2016
    245. TRAN20_221202_202.JPG: 2017
    246. TRAN20_221202_205.JPG: 2018
    247. TRAN20_221202_208.JPG: 2019
    248. TRAN20_221202_211.JPG: 2020
    249. TRAN20_221202_214.JPG: 2021
    250. TRAN20_221202_220.JPG: 2022
    251. TRAN20_221202_227.JPG: Siren Arts
    252. TRAN20_221202_230.JPG: J. Morrison (Homocats) We Are Tired of Homophobia, 2014
    253. TRAN20_221202_235.JPG: Carolina Mayorga Fungus Gnat Southwest, from the series Kelly's Plants, 2022
    254. TRAN20_221202_240.JPG: Taylor McKimens Kiss Me, 2022
    255. TRAN20_221202_245.JPG: Jameson Magrogan Cobble V, 2019
    256. TRAN20_221202_250.JPG: Jennifer Wen Ma In Furious Bloom III, 2016
    257. TRAN20_221202_255.JPG: Hatnim Lee Woman dressed as Union Jack at Queen Elizabeth II's funeral, September 19th, 2022
    258. TRAN20_221202_258.JPG: Sandra Luckett Aqua Pura, 2021
    259. TRAN20_221202_261.JPG: Marissa Long Ben with Flowers, 2022
    260. TRAN20_221202_265.JPG: Nilay Lawson Chef Feo's Big Bowl of Black Beans and Rice, 2022
    261. TRAN20_221202_271.JPG: Carolina Mayorga Building 1 __ Fun with Cardboard May 2022, 2022
    262. TRAN20_221202_276.JPG: Victor Koroma Black Flowers: "SAMO
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  • Specific picture descriptions: Photos above with "i" icons next to the bracketed sequence numbers (e.g. "[1] ") are described as follows:
    1. BEING_221202_001.JPG: Imprinting Dimensional States of Being A Mural by Joerael Numina (Source page: 2022_12_02B4_Corc_Being)
    2. BEING_221202_004.JPG: imprinting dimensional states of being WASHINGTON, DC 2018 Discover details of Joerael's epic mural at The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. This mural spans the length of 2,052 square feet and artistically shares the history of the local Piscataway Tribe. The Piscataway are the people where the rivers bend and call the DC Bay Area their homeland. The mural is large, colorful, and unapologetically descriptive of story. This work was created in collaboration with members of the Piscataway Tribe. The mural is in honor of the Piscataway people whose ancestral land is currently the United States capital. This work touches upon the complexities and histories of indigenous activism in the DC bay area. Joerael took his time and made sure to hold himself accountable to in-depth research and interviews with the tribe Sebi and Gabrielle Tayac of the Piscataway tribe. Joerael developed relations and learned about the tribe's roots in activism. Joerael also included in each design the diversity of the tribe and the resilience of survival.† A deep bow of gratitude for Piscataway Tribal members Sebi Tayac and Gabrielle Tayac. Their contributions, time, and stories supported manifesting the mural to reality.† The above was from https://www.joerael.com/imprinting-dimensional-states-of-being
    3. BEING_221202_014.JPG: Sebi Tayac, Great grandson of Turkey Tayac
    4. BEING_221202_016.JPG: Gabriel’s father and Vetran Joe Tayac
    5. BEING_221202_019.JPG: Gabriel Tayac, grandaugter of Turkey Tayac.
    6. BEING_221202_027.JPG: A wild turkey
    7. BEING_221202_031.JPG: Dennis Banks, American Indian Movement
    8. BEING_221202_035.JPG: An expression of the Tree at Piscataway Park “Mayoane” emerging and growing into the 27 hereditary chiefs buried underneath.
    9. BEING_221202_045.JPG: Turkey Tayac and Alcatraz AIM Graffiti
    10. BEING_221202_060.JPG: A visualization of the word Piscataway “confluence of waters” is two waters falls pouring into the same body. At the base of this body of water is Turkey Tayac’s hands holding a tobacco bundle.
    11. BEING_221202_062.JPG: One of Roberta's famous slogans Roberta Blackgoat became friends of the Piscataway when she would travel to protest and do speaking engagements in DC. She was protesting an executive order to remove Dine’ & Hopi residents from black mesa in Arizona. The force removal forced 14,000 Navajo and several hundred Hopi to move, however along with several hundred Roberta stayed and fought for her right to live out her life on her ancestral land. The removal was to expand the Peabody coal mining operation. Under Black Mesa 20 billion tons of low sulfur coal was discovered. Activist like Roberta Blackgoat were highly influential to the Piscataway and their activism in Washington DC.
    12. BEING_221202_070.JPG: The Longest Walk poster 1978
    13. BEING_221202_078.JPG: Here is a portrait of Chief Turkey Tayac the 27th Hereditary Chief of the Piscataway and on both sides of him are depictions of Living Solid Face.
    14. CONNOL_221202_01.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02C2_ConnAve_Overlook)
    15. CONNOL_221202_20.JPG: Gldn+ Arts Welcome to the Connecticut Avenue Overlook -- a pocket park where everyone is invited to gather and connect. This large concrete area has been transformed with greenery, seating, and public art for the community. Take a picture enjoying the space and share on social media using #GoldenTriangleDC and tag @goldentriangledc.
    16. CORC_221202_04.JPG: The Corcoran Gallery of Art Established and endowed by William Wilson Corcoran For the purpose of encouraging American genius in the production and preservation of works pertaining to the fine arts and kindred objects by deed of gift dated May Tenth 1869 to the original board of trustees... (Source page: 2022_12_02B1_Corc_School)
    17. CORC_221202_16.JPG: Andre is an artist
    18. ENCOUN_221202_002.JPG: Encounters at 500 17th St NW (Source page: 2022_12_02B2_Corc_Encounters)
    19. ENCOUN_221202_006.JPG: Welcome to 500 17th Street NW
    20. ENCOUN_221202_017.JPG: A New Vision
    21. ENCOUN_221202_031.JPG: Chronicles of Corcoran
    22. ENCOUN_221202_033.JPG: Emily Snyder Chronicals [sic] of Corcoran Shawn Shafner Consider the Acorn Tina Villadolid Healing Ritual for the Evening of June 4th, 1904
    23. ENCOUN_221202_037.JPG: Consider the Acorn
    24. ENCOUN_221202_053.JPG: Healing Ritual for the Evening of June 4th, 1904
    25. ENCOUN_221202_064.JPG: Crescendo (<)
    26. ENCOUN_221202_067.JPG: Martina Maya-Callen 931 Steps from the White House Vanessa Chen Crescendo (<)
    27. ENCOUN_221202_070.JPG: Hypervisibility
    28. ENCOUN_221202_076.JPG: 931 Steps from the White House
    29. ENCOUN_221202_087.JPG: Tyler Andrew Lackey Encountering the Namesake Andee Berberich The Social Body
    30. ENCOUN_221202_092.JPG: Restful Encounters
    31. ENCOUN_221202_099.JPG: The Social Body: A Study of Accessibility in 500 17th Street NW
    32. HBF_221202_006.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02A_WHHA_Book_Fair)
    33. HBF_221202_012.JPG: Artist Peter Waddell is copying two of his own works, "Tiber Creek: The Bathers, John Quincy Adams Takes a Deadly Chance" and "A Vision Takes Form: the White House Under Construction, 1796".
    34. HBF_221202_039.JPG: John Hutton (left)
    35. HBF_221202_087.JPG: Rocco Smirne is the six-year old with his dad. He was here promoting his book "Rocco Travels With The Presidents!" The book is described on the WHHA site as: Every president of the United States has to travel to attend important events and to meet people around the world. For more than two hundred years, the presidents have taken journeys on horses, trains, ships, cars, airplanes, and helicopters. Sometimes, just for fun, they have also used bicycles, golf carts, and even parachutes! Rocco is six years old, but he already knows a great deal about the White House and the presidents and the places he would like to go too, so he created this book to share some of the adventures he would have if he could travel with the presidents! Rocco travels through time and around the world to ride horses with Abraham Lincoln and bicycles with Jimmy Carter. He boards trains for a trip out west with Grover Cleveland and a New York jaunt with Franklin Roosevelt. He has fun riding in Lyndon Johnson's Amphicar and Joe Biden's Corvette. He ends the book with his favorite trip of all: a flight on Marine One. This title is the fourth in a continuing series of children's books launched by the White House Historical Association in 2020 with A White House Alphabet and Presidents Play! About the Author Rocco Smirne is an elementary school student in Fairfax County Virginia. He loves to travel to new places with his family. He is also the author of A White House Alphabet. About the Illustrator John Hutton is a professor of art history at Salem College, and the illustrator of a series of children’s books published by the White House Historical Association. He lives in Winston Salem, North Carolina.
    36. HBF_221202_089.JPG: Peter Waddell
    37. HBF_221202_096.JPG: John Hutton
    38. HBF_221202_102.JPG: Peter Waddell and Bill Barker ("Becoming Jefferson: My Life as a Founding Father")
    39. HBF_221202_116.JPG: Mac Keith Griswold
    40. HBF_221202_119.JPG: Wayne Smith (right)
    41. HBF_221202_121.JPG: Matthew Wendel ("Recipes from the President’s Ranch: Food People Like to Eat")
    42. HBF_221202_125.JPG: Chef Mark Ramsdell (books co-authored with the late Chef Roland Mesnier: "Creating the Sweet World of White House Desserts: A Pastry Chef’s Secrets" and "The White House in Gingerbread".
    43. HBF_221202_127.JPG: Alex Prud'homme (signing his foreword to "The White House Family Cookbook by White House Executive Chef Henry Haller" and his article "Julia Child Goes Behind the Scenes at the White House" in White House History Quarterly)
    44. HBF_221202_149.JPG: Rebecca Youngblood Vaughn (signing her introduction to her father's memoir "20 Years in the Secret Service: My Life with Five Presidents"; and, from the White House History Quarterly issue "Protecting the Presidents: The History of the United States Secret Service," she will sign her article "Growing Up a Secret Service Agent’s Daughter: Life with My Father Rufus W. Youngblood")
    45. HBF_221202_213.JPG: Knight Kiplinger, Matthew Costello
    46. HBF_221202_219.JPG: Peter Waddell, Knight Kiplinger, Matthew Costello
    47. HBF_221202_262.JPG: Peter Waddell, John Hutton
    48. HBF_221202_301.JPG: Bruce M. White
    49. HBF_221202_311.JPG: Christina Ewald (right)
    50. HBF_221202_317.JPG: Matthew Costello
    51. JINCBF_221202_01.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02C1_JICC_NCBF2023)
    52. JINCBF_221202_09.JPG: National Cherry Blossom Festival 2023 National Cherry Blossom Festival Official Artwork by Orlando Quevedo
    53. JINCBF_221202_13.JPG: About the National Cherry Blossom Festival
    54. LEGACY_221202_001.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02B8_Corc_Legacy)
    55. LEGACY_221202_006.JPG: Legacy: 50 Years Dance on the Edge
    56. LEGACY_221202_042.JPG: Maida Withers
    57. NIGHTS_221202_001_STITCH.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02E_Nightsiren)
    58. NIGHTS_221202_027.JPG: Natalia Germani, Tereza NvotovŠ
    59. NIGHTS_221202_039.JPG: Abbie Algar (AFI)
    60. NIGHTS_221202_042.JPG: Radovan JavorčŪk, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Slovak Republic to the United States of America, and Michelle Joanne JavorčŪkovŠ
    61. NIGHTS_221202_061.JPG: Javier Chavez (AFI), Tereza NvotovŠ, Natalia Germani
    62. NIGHTS_221202_091.JPG: Tereza NvotovŠ
    63. NIGHTS_221202_101.JPG: Natalia Germani
    64. NIGHTS_221202_561.JPG: Natalia Germani, Ambassador Radovan JavorčŪk, Tereza NvotovŠ, Michelle Joanne JavorčŪkovŠ
    65. NIGHTS_221202_583.JPG: Natalia Germani, Tereza NvotovŠ
    66. RENEW_221202_001.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02B6_Corc_Renewal)
    67. RENEW_221202_008.JPG: Kanika Sircar Elegy for a Coral Reef, 2021
    68. RENEW_221202_011.JPG: Jayne Shatz Rising from the Sea, 2021
    69. RENEW_221202_016.JPG: Lexi Arrietta Reliquary/Relinquish, 2021
    70. RENEW_221202_021.JPG: Pat Alexander Out of Range, 2022
    71. RENEW_221202_026.JPG: C.l. bigelow quiet orb, 2022
    72. RENEW_221202_030.JPG: George Lorio Split, 2021
    73. RENEW_221202_035.JPG: Lisa Rosenstein Inner Light, 2020/2022
    74. RENEW_221202_040.JPG: Patte Ormsby Land Sea Sky, 2019
    75. RENEW_221202_044.JPG: Marilyn Geldzahler Rebuilding, 2022
    76. RENEW_221202_057.JPG: Sally Canzoneri Architecture of Water; DC Water Headquarters, 2022
    77. RENEW_221202_062.JPG: Maggie Gourlay Growth Rings Installation, 2021
    78. RENEW_221202_069.JPG: Patte Ormsby Our Lady of Guadalupe & Her Pal Juan Diego, 2022
    79. RENEW_221202_075.JPG: Natalie Abrams Untitled 12.20.2012
    80. RENEW_221202_081.JPG: Natalie Abrams Untitled 12.23.2012
    81. RENEW_221202_086.JPG: Robert Stackhouse Ghost Dance, 1974 Ghost Dance – a nearly five-foot-tall, semicircular, vertical structure made of consecutive slats of recycled, industrial-grade wood – marks the focal point of Renewal. On the adjacent wall, a display of Stackhouse’s watercolor renderings of the sculpture and detailed instructions for its original construction in 1974 accompany the structure. Stackhouse first unveiled Ghost Dance nearly 40 years ago, drawing inspiration from the 19th-century Native American movement†​​among the Nevada Northern Paiute to restore ownership of their land and way of life. Stackhouse and his wife, Carol Mickett, who are artistic collaborators, unveiled the opening of their exhibit with a reception and a lecture last week titled “Where we’ve been, where we are, where we’re going.” Babette Pendleton, Corcoran’s exhibition and programming associate, said the slogan encapsulates the exhibition, which centers around the restoration of the work of art. The sculpture explores themes of renewal, rebirth and sustainability through its use of recycled materials and now through its rebirth as part of a new exhibition. The spiritual movement of Ghost Dance emerged after European settlers brought a period of devastating disease to the Paiute people in Nevada†who wished to cleanse their land of the European settlers and sustain its natural beauty. Pendleton said after sitting in the gallery’s storage for over a decade, Ghost Dance was in need of restoration. Visible disrepair on the wood and metal screws left Stackhouse and Mickett to decide between modernizing the construction or maintaining its original appearance, Stackhouse said. The above was from https://www.gwhatchet.com/2022/09/19/art-preview-corcoran-unveils-exhibits-featuring-sculpture-immersive-projection-this-month/
    82. RENEW_221202_087.JPG: Robert Stackhouse Facsimile of Instructions for "Ghost Dance", 1974
    83. RENEW_221202_093.JPG: Robert Stackhouse Facsimile of Drawing of Ghost Dance, 1974
    84. RENEW_221202_101.JPG: The Corcoran Gallery of Art was established in 1869 and expanded in 1880 to include the Corcoran College of Art and Design. In 2014, the Corcoran transferred the college and gallery building to the George Washington University and distributed the works from its Collection to museums and institutions in Washington, DC.
    85. RENEW_221202_105.JPG: Gayle Friedman Adventure Jumbo, 2020
    86. RENEW_221202_110.JPG: Keith Krueger Check My Brain, 2021
    87. RENEW_221202_113.JPG: Jennifer Noda Almost Midnight, 2022
    88. RENEW_221202_125.JPG: Mike Shaffer Too Tall Tower Ten, 2021
    89. RENEW_221202_130.JPG: Dan Hildt Everything, Everywhere (Tout Partout), 2022
    90. RENEW_221202_138.JPG: Caroline MacKinnon Pebbles: Lost in Time, 2022
    91. RENEW_221202_148.JPG: Michelle Marcuse The remaining rumors live here, 2022
    92. RENEW_221202_162.JPG: Sharon Pierce McCullough Scattered Thoughts, 2021
    93. RENEW_221202_167.JPG: Chee Keong Kung Slow Light VIII, 2020
    94. RENEW_221202_170.JPG: Chee Keong Kung Slow Light IX, 2020
    95. RENEW_221202_174.JPG: Barbara Januszkiewicz Fire, Inspired by Jimi Hendrix, 2022
    96. REPAR_221202_01.JPG: Over 7,000 indigenous people were killed and forced to leave from where you are standing. For indigenous people only... (Source page: 2022_12_02B5_Corc_Reparations)
    97. REPAR_221202_04.JPG: For Indigenous People Only Encountering the Other: Indigenous Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey rematriation English Etymology -- Based on repatriation. Noun rematriation (uncountable): A return to a spiritual way of life with respect for Mother Earth.
    98. REPAR_221202_11.JPG: For Black People Only Encountering the Other: Black Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey
    99. REPAR_221202_17.JPG: More than 60,000 Black people have been economically displaced out of Washington DC as a result of Gentrification
    100. REPAR_221202_20.JPG: More than 10,000 Latin people seeking asylum have been forcibly bussed to Washington DC by US governors
    101. REPAR_221202_24.JPG: Don't forget the Genocide
    102. REPAR_221202_30.JPG: Pay Black People
    103. REPAR_221202_34.JPG: For South Asian People Only Encountering the Other: South Asian Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey
    104. REPAR_221202_38.JPG: For Latin People Only Encountering the Other: Latin Reparations, Rematriation, & Reconciliation Survey
    105. SENSES_221202_01.JPG: View Into the Senses (Source page: 2022_12_02B7_Corc_Senses)
    106. SENSES_221202_05.JPG: Clark V. Fox Classic Windows: Washington I, 1982
    107. SENSES_221202_15.JPG: Larry Zox Green Composition, 1980
    108. SENSES_221202_19.JPG: Malcolm Morley Arles/Miami, 1973
    109. SENSES_221202_21.JPG: Kawanishi Hide The Pond, 1957
    110. SENSES_221202_26.JPG: Edgardo Frabceschi Untitled, 1967
    111. SENSES_221202_30.JPG: Paul Reed Thule, 1971
    112. SENSES_221202_35.JPG: Clark V. Fox Los Angeles Windows, 1983
    113. SENSES_221202_39.JPG: Victor Vasarely Tau Ceti, 1967
    114. SENSES_221202_44.JPG: Julian Stanczak Stratified, 1979
    115. SENSES_221202_48.JPG: Victor Vasarely Jerusalem of Gold (Psalm XIX:2), 1984
    116. SENSES_221202_54.JPG: Kawanishi Hide The Pond, 1957
    117. TPCDEN_221202_003.JPG: (Source page: 2022_12_02D_TPC_De_Nittis)
    118. TPCDEN_221202_008.JPG: Approaching Storm ca 1869
    119. TPCDEN_221202_022.JPG: An Italian Impressionist in Paris: Giuseppe De Nittis
    120. TPCDEN_221202_028.JPG: Farmhouse near Naples 1866
    121. TPCDEN_221202_037.JPG: Crossing the Apennines -- Memory 1867
    122. TPCDEN_221202_046.JPG: The Train Passes 1869
    123. TPCDEN_221202_060.JPG: Approaching Storm ca 1869
    124. TPCDEN_221202_065.JPG: Gulf of Naples -- Sunny Reflections ca 1872
    125. TPCDEN_221202_070.JPG: Gulf of Naples -- Sunny Reflections ca 1872
    126. TPCDEN_221202_076.JPG: Landscape Under the Sun 1872
    127. TPCDEN_221202_083.JPG: Caillebotte and De Nettis: A Fruitful Friendship
    128. TPCDEN_221202_088.JPG: The Road from Naples to Brindisi 1872
    129. TPCDEN_221202_093.JPG: Gustave Caillebotte A Road in Naples, ca 1872-75
    130. TPCDEN_221202_096.JPG: Country Road -- Along the Ofanto ca 1874-75
    131. TPCDEN_221202_110.JPG: Mountainous Site, Italy (Torre Annunziata) 1872
    132. TPCDEN_221202_115.JPG: Giorgio Sommer Naples, Eruption of Vesuvius, April 26, 1872
    133. TPCDEN_221202_124.JPG: Eruption of Vesuvius (Study) 1872
    134. TPCDEN_221202_129.JPG: Eruption of Vesuvius 1872
    135. TPCDEN_221202_140.JPG: Vesevius Eruption 1872
    136. TPCDEN_221202_147.JPG: Mount Vesuvius Erupts Violently on April 26, 1872
    137. TPCDEN_221202_154.JPG: Vine Leaves ca 1880-83
    138. TPCDEN_221202_159.JPG: Still Life 1880
    139. TPCDEN_221202_165.JPG: Capricious Nocturnal ca 1880-83
    140. TPCDEN_221202_170.JPG: Figure of a Woman (Leontine) 1880
    141. TPCDEN_221202_179.JPG: Edouard Manet Portrait of a Lady, ca 1879
    142. TPCDEN_221202_188.JPG: Go Deeper Through Empathy Experience works of art through the perspective of other people.
    143. TPCDEN_221202_190.JPG: Personal Choices Create a collection and add it to the gallery
    144. TPCDEN_221202_195.JPG: Share Your Haiku How would you use your words to bring a work of art to life?
    145. TPCDEN_221202_198.JPG: I will never forgive My gaze only looks ahead The wound in too deep
    146. TPCDEN_221202_201.JPG: God bless the artist Ashamed of his own nature Unwilling to paint
    147. TPCDEN_221202_203.JPG: Words Written by: "Nude from the Back" Look away from me Perfect skin is made of paint I could not compare
    148. TPCDEN_221202_206.JPG: A Day at the Races Reminds me of Groucho Marx He takes Me Places
    149. TPCDEN_221202_213.JPG: Between the Screens ca 1879
    150. TPCDEN_221202_219.JPG: The Modern Woman Fashion and Japonisme
    151. TPCDEN_221202_224.JPG: Snow Effect ca 1880
    152. TPCDEN_221202_231.JPG: Nude from the Back 1879/1880
    153. TPCDEN_221202_239.JPG: Under the Viaduct ca 1875
    154. TPCDEN_221202_247.JPG: Clouds on Westminster (Study) 1878
    155. TPCDEN_221202_251.JPG: Westminster Bridge (Study) 1878
    156. TPCDEN_221202_259.JPG: The New Conception of Urban Space -- Paris and London
    157. TPCDEN_221202_262.JPG: The Bridge ca 1876
    158. TPCDEN_221202_270.JPG: The National Gallery and the Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields (London) 1878
    159. TPCDEN_221202_278.JPG: Edgar Degas Woman Viewed from Behind (Visit to a Museum), ca 1879-85
    160. TPCDEN_221202_286.JPG: Pearl and Shell ca 1879
    161. TPCDEN_221202_296.JPG: Degas and De Nittis A Friendship
    162. TPCDEN_221202_299.JPG: Edgar Degas Portrait of Mme De Nittis, ca 1872
    163. TPCDEN_221202_308.JPG: The Resilience of Paris after the Franco-Prussian War
    164. TPCDEN_221202_311.JPG: The Place de Carrousel: The Ruins of the Tuileries in 1882 1882
    165. TPCDEN_221202_324.JPG: The Place de Pyramides 1875
    166. TPCDEN_221202_341.JPG: The Place des Pyramides (Study) 1875-76
    167. TPCDEN_221202_346.JPG: Parisiennes in the Place de la Concorde ca 1875
    168. TPCDEN_221202_355.JPG: The Parfumerie Violet -- Corner of Boulevard des Capucines and Rue Scribe ca 1880
    169. TPCDEN_221202_364.JPG: The Place de la Madeleine, Paris ca 1877
    170. TPCDEN_221202_371.JPG: The Arc de Triomphe, Paris ca 1876
    171. TPCDEN_221202_383.JPG: The Construction of the Trocadero in 1876 ca 1876
    172. TPCDEN_221202_393.JPG: The Bourgeoisie at the Races in Paris and London
    173. TPCDEN_221202_396.JPG: Edgar Degas Racehorses at Longchamp, 1871, possibly reworked in 1874
    174. TPCDEN_221202_403.JPG: Edouard Manet At the Races, ca 1875
    175. TPCDEN_221202_410.JPG: Edouard Manet The Races at Londchamg, 1866
    176. TPCDEN_221202_417.JPG: Edgar Degas At the Races: The Start, ca 1860-62
    177. TPCDEN_221202_425.JPG: The Races at Auteuil -- Next to the Stove 1880-81
    178. TPCDEN_221202_432.JPG: The Races at Longchamp (Completed Study) 1883
    179. TPCDEN_221202_438.JPG: Return from the Races ca 1875
    180. TPCDEN_221202_446.JPG: The Races at Auteuil, Paris -- On the Chair ca 1883
    181. TPCDEN_221202_457.JPG: Flirtation, Hyde Park (Flirting Next to the Track) ca 1874
    182. TPCDEN_221202_467.JPG: Return from the Races 1875
    183. TPCDEN_221202_486.JPG: A Special Evening, February 20, 1875
    184. TPCDEN_221202_489.JPG: Printmaking as Personal Artistic Expression and as Reproduction
    185. TPCDEN_221202_491.JPG: Printmaking as Personal Artistic Expression and as Reproduction
    186. TPCDEN_221202_495.JPG: The Place des Pyramides, Paris ca 1883
    187. TPCDEN_221202_501.JPG: Marcellin-Gilbert Desboutin Degas, 1876
    188. TPCDEN_221202_504.JPG: Edgar Degas Alphonse Hirsch
    189. TPCDEN_221202_515.JPG: Portrait of Edgar Degas (right facing) February 20, 1875
    190. TPCDEN_221202_518.JPG: Portrait of Edgar Degas (left facing) February 20, 1875
    191. TPCDEN_221202_525.JPG: View Taken in London ca 1876
    192. TPCDEN_221202_530.JPG: The Dancer Holoke-GO-Zen 1873
    193. TPCDEN_221202_533.JPG: Elegant Young Woman Seen from Behind ca 1875
    194. TPCDEN_221202_540.JPG: Trees ca 1879/1880
    195. TPCDEN_221202_546.JPG: Edgar Degas The Road, ca 1878/1880
    196. TPCDEN_221202_556.JPG: Leisure in the City and the Suburbs
    197. TPCDEN_221202_559.JPG: Next to the Pond in the Luxembourg Gardens, Paris 1875
    198. TPCDEN_221202_569.JPG: Suzanne and Madeleine Boussod in the Garden ca 1874
    199. TPCDEN_221202_576.JPG: Edouard Manet In the Garden, 1870
    200. TPCDEN_221202_583.JPG: In the Wheat Field 1873
    201. TPCDEN_221202_594.JPG: Winter Walk 1879
    202. TPCDEN_221202_603.JPG: Leontine in a Boat 1874
    203. TPCDEN_221202_619.JPG: Leontine Skating ca 1875
    204. TPCDEN_221202_626.JPG: De Nittis's Last Works -- Interiors and Plein-Air Scenes
    205. TPCDEN_221202_629.JPG: Trains Passing 1884
    206. TPCDEN_221202_637.JPG: Field of Wheat Sheaves ca 1880
    207. TPCDEN_221202_646.JPG: In the Hammock II 1884
    208. TPCDEN_221202_653.JPG: Spring ca 1879
    209. TPCDEN_221202_662.JPG: Breakfast in the Garden 1884
    210. TPCDEN_221202_672.JPG: Princess Mathilde Bonaparte
    211. TPCDEN_221202_676.JPG: The Salon of Princess Mathilde 1883
    212. TPCDEN_221202_690.JPG: In Fashionable Society 1883
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    216. TRAN20_221202_030.JPG: Naoko Wowsugi new moon, 2022
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    237. TRAN20_221202_152.JPG: Andrea Polichetti Untitled, 2021
    238. TRAN20_221202_157.JPG: Ryan Carroll Nelson Bouffant, 2022
    239. TRAN20_221202_162.JPG: Joseph Orzal (Joseph Orzal x Chiha Poster and Katie Pettit) Statehood Now, 2019
    240. TRAN20_221202_168.JPG: Piero Passacantando Abstract Reflection, 2022
    241. TRAN20_221202_189.JPG: 2013
    242. TRAN20_221202_195.JPG: 2014
    243. TRAN20_221202_197.JPG: 2015
    244. TRAN20_221202_201.JPG: 2016
    245. TRAN20_221202_202.JPG: 2017
    246. TRAN20_221202_205.JPG: 2018
    247. TRAN20_221202_208.JPG: 2019
    248. TRAN20_221202_211.JPG: 2020
    249. TRAN20_221202_214.JPG: 2021
    250. TRAN20_221202_220.JPG: 2022
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    253. TRAN20_221202_235.JPG: Carolina Mayorga Fungus Gnat Southwest, from the series Kelly's Plants, 2022
    254. TRAN20_221202_240.JPG: Taylor McKimens Kiss Me, 2022
    255. TRAN20_221202_245.JPG: Jameson Magrogan Cobble V, 2019
    256. TRAN20_221202_250.JPG: Jennifer Wen Ma In Furious Bloom III, 2016
    257. TRAN20_221202_255.JPG: Hatnim Lee Woman dressed as Union Jack at Queen Elizabeth II's funeral, September 19th, 2022
    258. TRAN20_221202_258.JPG: Sandra Luckett Aqua Pura, 2021
    259. TRAN20_221202_261.JPG: Marissa Long Ben with Flowers, 2022
    260. TRAN20_221202_265.JPG: Nilay Lawson Chef Feo's Big Bowl of Black Beans and Rice, 2022
    261. TRAN20_221202_271.JPG: Carolina Mayorga Building 1 __ Fun with Cardboard May 2022, 2022
    262. TRAN20_221202_276.JPG: Victor Koroma Black Flowers: "SAMO
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