I have an undergraduate degree in Finance and master's in Management.
I love to knit, watch reality tv and read.
I work as a business analyst for a large co. in BOSTON.
I love paintings/frescos that 'draw' you in. I just love this painting. I have a postcard of it and I remember it vividly from my trip to Italy in 2001. It's in St. Francis' Basilica in Assisi. The fresco is called 'Our Lady of the Sunset-Madonna dei Tramonti' by Lorenzetti.
It's the only painting I can think of where Jesus is desperately looking to his mother for direction. In the picture, Jesus is wondering which Saint he should bless (there are two saints --I can't remember who--seated to the left and right in this painting--they're not shown in the above pic). Mary is looking sternly down at Jesus, thumbing toward the correct saint with a look as if to say, "Don't screw this up!" Mary is depicted more as a mother here. Usually Jesus is shown in paintings as 'all-knowing.' I love this take on their mother/son relationship.