Memory Shows How We Are Connected To The Whole World: Part 2
Join us as we continue our exploration of what memory is and means based on Aesthetic Realism, the philosophy founded by Eli Siegel. It explains the most urgent need for every person is to like the world on an honest basis! We will be viewing “Sugaring Off,” a painting by the American artist Grandma Moses. Amidst all the white snow, you see the richness of people, colors, trees, and many objects. Does she show that even at an advanced age, we can give beautiful form to our memory? The way Ms. Moses welcomed the world of the past and present shows how we want to put together the opposites of self and world. When we see the world in us, our memory has the possibility of becoming better!