My study abroad experience begins! Here's a low down of what I did this week.
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I really didn't know what to expect from Bath, except of course, baths. But even then, I didn't know what to expect from those either. Overwhelmed by the entrance price to see the ancient Roman baths (16 pounds for adults; luckily I was able to get the student price of 12.25 pounds) I was thinking I … Continue reading A Daycation in Bath
A gallery of photos from my winter wonderland trip through Croatia's Plitvice Lakes.
A gallery of some pretty amazing art history inspired tattoos.
A quick note: this paper was written for an Intro to Psychology class, and should be read as a psychology paper with an art historical lens, not an art history paper outright. Vincent van Gogh was a Post-Impressionist artist who is most famously known for his masterpiece Starry Night and the fact that he cut off part of … Continue reading The Psychology of Vincent van Gogh
An amazingly in-depth story about Leonardo da Vinci and his masterpiece.
Travel is a wonderful thing. It opens you up to new experiences and cultures, tests you in ways you couldn't imagine back home, and leaves you breathless and overall a more cultured person. Unfortunately, traveling is not free. For some people, that is enough to deter them from travelling at all. Don't be one of … Continue reading 10 Tips to Help You Save For Travel
In late February, my mom and I traveled to the fortified city of Dubrivnik, Croatia. The city was empty and every corner was picturesque. Here are some of my many (~300) pictures I took on our day of wandering: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/118360296439626874/
An excited art historian shares her thoughts on returning to Italy.
A novel following the life of Baroque painter Artemesia Gentileschi.