This post is by our very own Watson, Rosemary Hallin.
I retired long ago from a career of assisting a well-known detective. Recently, I found myself missing the stimulation of the hunt for clues. As fate would have it, I met a sleuth of a different sort. She offered me a position as her factotum. As she described the nature and the process of her work, I found myself smiling. Imagine my excitement when I found that her work as a fine art investigator often hinges upon the smallest of clues, from pupil placement in a portrait subject’s eyes to which part of the state is home to particular landscape features. Oh, yes! I can see myself smiling often in the future, and hope you will join me as I savor the excitement of learning just what Patricia Moss finds elementary in her work as fine art investigator.
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