A couple of years ago, two of my girlfriends and I decided we needed more culture in our lives. So, every couple of months or so, we have what we call "Culture Day" (except when say it, we say in an "Edith Bunker Voice".... so you have to say it that way in your head when you're reading this, OK? )
We have done lots of cool things that would put our husbands to sleep, and we've seen lots of art.
One of my VERY favorite things we've done so far was go to see the Andrew Wyeth Exhibit at the High Museum in Atlanta. Before we went, I was a "so so" fan of Wyeth. After we came out, I was completely SMITTEN with Wyeth. Completely.
My very favorite painting of his (although it's hard to choose) is "Daydream"... it's from his Helga series. It's at the top of this post.
I would encourage you, if you've never studied his work before, to do so. Or, if you've only seen "Christina's World" (his most famous painting), look at the rest of his work. It's absolutely masterful.
Rest in peace, Andrew.... and thank you so much for the beauty you created for us.
I think you're amazing.