Friday, August 26, 2011

Charitable Duties


Earlier this week an earthquake shook us inexperienced east-coasters but luckily left no one seriously injured.  However some of our beloved and treasured works of art were badly damaged, specifically the National Cathedral.  I don't like to see any crumbling cathedrals!  So if any fellow art-lovers out there can spare a copper the non-government funded cathedral could really really use it.  It is only American!


You can drop a few virtual coins into the jar here.

2 comments:

Claire said...

Could you please tell me the name of that painting? And I've followed your blog for a while now and absolutely love it!

Heather Carroll said...

Thank you Claire!

The painting is: Michel Garnier, A fashionably dressed young woman in the arcade of the Palais Royal, Paris, 1787