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Share your thoughts about this exhibition.

Have you ever experienced a life-saving situation?

Who is your hero?

How do you feel about images of disaster and rescue? About Homer’s work?

This was a confusing exhibit with an unimaginative layout. Path to view was unclear. The explanations were too small to read. All in all most disappointing. Not viewer friendly. Not worth the visit.

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Anne - 12.27.2012 - 3:34 PM
I reiterate my 13 yr old son's comment... I enjoyed this special exhibit more than any one that i can think of recently... QUITE interesting, loved the Life Line depiction and the changes he made to invoke more distress

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Laura Bertin - 12.27.2012 - 1:48 PM
One of the best exhibits I've been to in a long time.

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Jeremiah - 12.27.2012 - 12:36 PM
I am an employee of the Worcester Art Museum. I am happy to see the our painting, "The Gale", so magnificently displayed. What a wonderful museum!

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Steve B. - 12.27.2012 - 12:00 PM
I enjoyed this exhibit very much. The artist showed the extreme intensity of the ocean and the emotions of the wreck

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Judy and Mason - 12.26.2012 - 2:05 PM
It was fun to see The Wreck outside it's home at the Carnegie Museum Of Art in Pittsburgh.

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Kathy - 12.26.2012 - 1:25 PM
this place is so cool :)

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mig - 12.23.2012 - 4:40 PM
When I was little, my father had a print of Homer's The Life Line in the dining room. I used to look at it all the time and try to understand it. It is nice to see the original, and the context in which it was painted.

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Kari - 12.23.2012 - 4:26 PM
cool!!!

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sritan - 12.23.2012 - 2:36 PM
ThEsE PaInTiNgS HaVe VeRy WoNdErFuL IlLuStRaTiOn.

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Srikar - 12.23.2012 - 2:34 PM
YOU PEOPLE HaVe pUt VeRy GoOd PaInTiNgS!

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I AM AWESOME - 12.23.2012 - 2:30 PM
I am amazed of how many paintings he has made throughout the ages, decades, and years!

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Vineeth - 12.23.2012 - 2:27 PM
cool!

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nate - 12.23.2012 - 12:43 PM
Great to see all these items from the PMA included here, especially the Homer Watercolors.

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Bill - 12.22.2012 - 3:22 PM
This is a nice small show, well done. Simple concept, just the right size for the space. I like how you used prints and etchings by homer of more famous works that you probably could now borrow for such a small show. still satisfies however.

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DONNA - 12.22.2012 - 2:47 PM
I enjoyed this exhibit. I found it worth the time and the paintings are spectacular. I really liked all the dogs in each painting!

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Anonymous - 12.22.2012 - 11:32 AM
very powerful exhibition, especially with the horror of Sandy and our own recent problems at our eastern shores. Well done

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Barbara - 12.21.2012 - 2:08 PM
Signal flags over museum entrance a nice touch. Next time have them spell something to do with the exhibit. Enjoyed the exhibit and the explanations. For sure these paintings will never be found in the office lobbies of cruise lines !

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Bill 12/21/12 - 12.21.2012 - 1:12 PM
While I thought is was a very well put together exhibit, I found it hard to read many of the print descriptions, especially the one at the entrance which was knocked out of a tan color. Not enough contrast. Loved the watercolors.

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Jerilyn - 12.20.2012 - 12:23 PM
The Gale is my favorite. I can feel the wind.

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Cliff M - 12.19.2012 - 4:12 PM

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