Diane Clapp Bartz, Artist
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Anjara Ingrid Bartz was born in Aachen and received her first professional vocal training at the "Musikhochschule" in Cologne, later on with Juliette Bise-Delnon in Berne, with Edith Mathis and Brigitte Fassbaender.
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Fishing in Virginia
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|Amtrak Across America|
The pleasure of every stop is captured, enjoyed and shared.
From Los Angeles Union Station on the Southwest Chief to Kansas City, Missouri. Then The Missouri River Runner for corn and wine to St. Louis Missouri. A stay at the grand Union Station Hotel was capped with a Beer Bus to Totality. Yep, we stopped for a drink and the full solar eclipse.
Leaving St. Louis was hard. The food and new friends were great! What a lovely city all the way around.
Chicago was a day trip with only a short time on the train. The rest was spent with "Bean" and reflecting on the city's deep history of highs and low slung river ways.
The wake up call into Cleveland, Ohio was a magical sunrise and gleaming neon lights. Lake side living is a farmers life. Shattered dreams were seen in New Mexico. New York was life.
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Many thanks to DJI for their Mavic Pro and Osmo 4K cameras. Mavie flew and captured science. Osmo stuck to the Amtrak Window and captured America.
The Rail Road Right-of-Way reaches.
Stay Tuned! Diane Clapp Bartz is painting this trip across America. If you see something you really like please tell us! Diane experienced these views so her interpretations will be touching. Email Studio@Bartz.com.
If you have any questions please email Brad@Bartz.com. You can call me also at 1-310-373-3169. We are happy to feature more Bartz Activities. Just give me a shout!