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Blog Author: Michael Chlebanowski

About Michael Chlebanowski

Professor Michael J. Chlebanowski, MFA, has been a college instructor for 15 years. Currently he is in his fifth year as assistant professor of art, teaching at Hannibal-LaGrange University. At Harlaxton College, he is teaching Introduction to Visual Art, Drawing, and Introduction to Studio Art. Teaching at Harlaxton has provided Chlebanowski with an opportunity to travel to places in Europe that house world famous pieces of art. He is already including much of his research into his Art Appreciation class. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Professor Chlebanowski is volunteering in the conservatory, a magnificent greenhouse and is the co-sponsor of the Christian student fellowship group at Harlaxton called SWAG – Students Who Adore God. “Teaching at Harlaxton College has been a hallmark in my career, but HLG is the school that integrates my faith in Christ with my passion for the arts.”
 

Making Art in Monet’s Gardens

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The Town Of Giverny France

This is Giverny the town Monet settled in and built his gardens. It was one of the most significant trips I made while traveling in Europe.

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Giverny – Monet’s Gardens

What a joy it was to visit the very gardens that Claude Monet built and created his later paintings. I was able to truly see the beauty that inspired Monet.

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Connections in Traveling

Traveling is about making connections to places, about getting from here to there. Sometimes it presents itself in unexpected ways. Last Friday I took a day trip to Cambridge England. The plan was to see a John Cage exhibit. He … Continue reading

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Harlaxton Manor

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On Our way to Harlaxton

The Aer Lingus airplane the we will take across the Atlantic Continue reading

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Here’s where it began.

The adventure was only beginning. Continue reading

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Teaching at Harlaxton

Teaching at Harlaxton has been more like a continuing of my own education. Continue reading

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