At a glance, the work reminds me of an aerial view of the counties in
Nebraska, from 15,000 ft above. Each colors represents a degree of
successful growing of kiwi, strawberries, potatoes, etc.
A fun work of color that can kick start ones imagination.
The Art and Science Behind a Timeless Perfume
Chanel No. 5 was formulated by Coco Chanel in 1921. What is it about this signature scent that still makes it a favorite today, 93 years later?
Adults and teens can learn about the art and science behind the creation of Chanel No. 5 through a past, present and future lens with Michelle Krell Kydd. Kydd will be at the Pittsfield Branch Wednesday, August 27 at 7 pm.
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