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February 07, 2011

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Caroline

I would actually love to hear more about how you look at art -- do you admire brushwork or colors or composition or all of them? Does it inspire you or does it feel like being tiny among giants?

Also I think next for Jeff should be learning how to cure ham. YES?

J

Oh! I heard about the ham in Spain being amazing..
Tell us more about your journeys in various museums and your thoughts on the art:)

Jeff Carroll

One of the proudest parts for me is walking into a room where Kelly says, "I think that's a..." and she's almost always correct, even with the minor works. We're going through the royal palace in Madrid, and Kelly is identifying the murals on the ceiling from the way the person paints legs and feet on cherubs (foreshortening and what not). Yeah, she's pretty cool, and I'm lucky that she's in my life.

Kelly

I love you, Jeff!

Clickandmakeup

"ham geek" hehe!

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