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Tuesday TEA Time - Screen-time, carpet tiles, and the first abstract painter was a woman…

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October 30 · Issue #59 · View online
Tuesday TEA Time
Yo,
I’m traveling again and I’ll probably be traveling for a while, which means my timezone is off and I suppose will be off for a while. The Wife and I spent the weekend in Paris and it was great. A thing I really like about living in Europe is how close other countries and cities are and how cheap flights are between them.
Paris is beautiful, as always, and I really enjoy just walking around the city. For some reason, when we are in a city in Europe, we almost always end up visiting a cemetery. A lot of cemeteries are like parks where people visit, sit, eat lunch, etc. We visited Cimetière de Montmatre. It’s so large that there are little street signs throughout to let you know where you are. I really liked them and shot the below photo to share with you.
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Entertainment
How the Finnish survive without small talk
And, checkout these wonderful carpet tiles.
Also, checkout this interview with Misty Copeland about her career.
Misty Copeland Is Pirouetting Her Way to Disney Fame
Art
The First Abstract Painter Was a Woman
And this tweet which includes a Klimt really stopped me in my tracks.
I’ve been the to Neue Galerie in NYC to see their Klimt collection before and I’d love to visit there again sometime.

That’s all for this week. I hope you found something interesting. Let me know: hit reply and tell me what’s up. Also, forward this to someone you think would enjoy a little more art in their life 🙂
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