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If you're looking for "I Spys," dating or LTRs, this is your scene.
If you're looking for full-on kink or group play, you'll get what you need here.
Great review by Kevin Kelley. After getting over my annoyance at what seemed to be a "bait and switch" trick by the Fleming (not having the actual Picasso painting on view), I came to appreciate Janie Cohen's attempt to creatively re-envision exhibition design.
In regard to Avery Lee's comment, I thought it worth noting that I've visited the site three times and never encountered a dog. I was sorry to hear about that experience, but I don't think that dog lives on site.
This exhibit was nearly the perfect combination of rural and urban. I found many of the pieces inspriring and the bucolic backdrop added to the depth of the exhibit. HOWEVER, there was an aggressive, large dog loose on The King Farm that nearly bit my husband and made the experience unpleasant.
this is a fine show! Thanks for sharing, but we are "Citizens of the World" now, and you must remember to include the full location name in the body of the article for best results. "Waitsfield, Vermont USA " displays smoothly enough :-D And then when the casual reader goes hunting in the article to find the location exactly, there is that satisfaction - satisfied readers return. Je Reviens.