Archive for April 8th, 2011

Thought you would enjoy a few unsolicited, comments about Arthur Blumenthal from the Renaissance workshop participants at the Cornell Museum. These are our “evaluations” 🙂 Folks are great about staying in touch. Also that day, two more couples will be joining us for our trip this fall “How to Look at Art in Paris!” October 13-21.

“I had the best time … I wish I could remember all that I learned, or relearned that day. It was very enjoyable. Besides being a great teacher—he is so funny! I never looked at my watch! LOL.
Susie D.
“Arthur did an amazing job! And I l overheard a lot of comments about what a wonderful presenter he is! Arthur, your knowledge and humor made it so much fun. Thank you for sharing your brilliance.”
Marilyn L.
“I truly enjoyed the seminar and the company! Arthur did a wonderful job. Anxious for more.”
Dana B.
“I was in heaven listening to Arthur talk and think he does such a great job of educating all of us about art. He appears to have complete and easy access to everything he ever learned about the Renaissance! His love of the subject shines through and is very inspiring. We’re looking for a way to get him to Mt. Dora. I loved the course!”
Shawn M.
“Awesome today! My brain wants more and more and more. Hugs!”
June N.
“I want to thank you for the workshop yesterday. You do a very nice job! You would think I might have memory of hearing things about color (after 20 years at the Orlando Museum of Art docent), but I learned new ones: i.e. aerial color (hooray!).”
Dee S.
“I write to express my appreciation for your “How to Look at Art!” seminar yesterday at the Cornell. It was enlightening and enjoyable.”
David T.

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