To bolster the point, the show is cleaved neatly in two, rural and urban, exorcising watercolor’s plein air cliche more fully. In the gallery filled with cityscapes, Marin’s cut and paste watercolor collage “From the Bridge” (1933) brims with hectic energy, edging toward abstraction.That’s a take I hadn’t imagined watercolor, light as air, recast in a heavy brew of urban claustrophobia. Here’s another: Charles Burchfield’s “Looking Thru a Bridge,” from 1938, a bleak, sludgy view of a railyard in the artist’s hometown of Buffalo.
Yang needs a better argument to convince New York to abolish the iconic flag designed by the 1915 mayor’s committee.So enough with mere age as an argument. What of the flag itself? Should New York City’s banner be cast into the dustbin of history?Before June 1915, New York City had no official flag, and used, on an ad hoc basis, an unofficial white banner bearing the city seal. “Up to the present time,” as reported in Seal and Flag of the City of New York (published in 1915), “the City of New York has never possessed an official flag in any true sense of the term.” Mayor John Purroy Mitchel appointed a citizen led committee to produce an official flag and to introduce a historically informed, standardized version of the city seal.
They went to work in March not knowing whether there would be enough PPE. Now, in December, they’re still slogging on through some of the worst of the pandemic. If we could fashion the fanciest of fancy glass slippers, the kind that would see Cinderella herself staying around past midnight so as not to miss out on their splendor, we’d craft them for the health care workers and support staff working on the front lines.
Peel off masks can both exfoliate and cleanse the skin. They tighten to your face much like a cleansing mask, but they can be peeled away in one fell swoop. The best ones often have ingredients like alpha hydroxy acids to dissolve dead surface cells, as well as hydrating and defensive ingredients that keep skin both looking healthy and shield it against pollution.
Instead, the new facility will focus on its 35 ICU beds and 150 general internal medicine beds, which are currently earmarked for COVID 19 patients. Mackenzie Health says that while the new hospital focuses on expanding intensive care capacity, its emergency department remains closed until the province health care system stabilizes. Other programs, such as women and children health, inpatient mental health and inpatient stroke treatments, will stay based at nearby Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.