Posts tagged Lisa Michaux
Finding Monet in Paris

Lisa Michaux, Tastemaker in Residence, explores the Musée de l’Orangerie in Paris where you can find paintings by the Impressionist master Claude Monet. Look closely and allow Monet’s mastery of color and atmosphere to fill your soul!

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Van Gogh’s Sunflowers

It is late summer in Minnesota and a big bouquet of yellow sunflowers brightens my kitchen! The giant fields of sunflowers that exist today in Provence were not there when Van Gogh arrived. Rather, he first found his subject bordering vegetable gardens in Paris. Lisa opens a new window into the stories behind this tall and sunny bloom.

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Bastille Day 2017: A Franco-American Celebration

Lisa Michaux's apartment in Paris provides a launch point for celebrating the 100 year anniversary of America’s involvement in WWI. France’s new President Emmanuel Macron invited President Trump to join the festivities.

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A visit to Monet’s House and Garden in Giverny

Lisa Michaux, former curator at Mia in Minnepolis, shares her visit to Monet's house and gardens in Giverny. 

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Fête des Vendanges de Montmartre

Take a seat, pour yourself a beer or glass of champagne and step into life in Paris with Lisa Michaux. Fête des Vendanges de Montmartre is a celebratory festival of beer, champagne, cheese, meats, and the fanfare of Paris in full display!

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Rodin Museum is a Must-See in Paris

Former curator and Spirited Tastemaker, Lisa Michaux, reminds us that sometimes the views in a museum are both inside and outside!

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