Cher’s Blog

Travel & Art for the Ages

Welcome to my blog highlighting famous Art through the Ages – & Travel – as it relates to our lives during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020-2022.


Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

At the far southern tip of the Baja Peninsula is Cabo San Lucas. Our short time there, and small sampling of the area, provided us with a diverse and beautiful experience. Read more about this fun stop on our cruise in this blog.

Cruisin’ beyond COVID. . . in the Mexican Riviera

Vastly different than our January cruise out of Tampa FL just 3 months earlier, our cruise out of Port of LA (CA) into the Baja Peninsula of western Mexico was more typical! We saw new places and enjoyed the warm sun. Enjoy this latest blog!

Art in Bloom: Mia 2022, Minneapolis, MN

The beloved Art in Bloom at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, returned this year after a 2-year cancellation due to COVID. Imaginative floral interpretations of selected works of art from the Mia’s permanent collection were showcased. This blog shares examples of how the Mia classic again welcomed spring on a rainy Minnesota day!

Supper at Emmaus: Holy Week continues…

The Supper at Emmaus occurs immediately following the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. He appears in person to 2 of his disciples, walking and talking with them, His identity unbeknownst to them – at first! This post presents artistic representations by Baroque artists: Caravaggio, Rembrandt and Velazquez.

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About Me

My academic and life experiences have resulted in the person I am today; a very well-rounded and diverse individual. With a passion for the study of art through history, and a view of the world through the lens of an art educator and designer, I consider the world my classroom, sharing my discoveries with students of all ages.

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