While visiting my dearest friend in all the world, we went to the North Carolina Museum of Art. It was awesome. Here are a few of my favorite pieces in their collection:Read More
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of sculptures and buildings
I got to go on quick tour of Downtown Denver a few weeks ago. The city is littered with art and interesting architecture–which I love! Here are some of my findings. (Keep your eyes open for similarities I photographed between some of the structures and my mesh sneakers.) Dancers is a steel and fiberglass statue…Read More
Happiest of Birthdays, Nike Mike!
Today is Michelangelo’s birthday. He was born in Tuscany, son of a banker turned farmer. As a boy, he didn’t care much for school– he just wanted to copy paintings from the walls of churches. At 13, he became an apprentice in Ghirlandaio’s workshop. Then off to the Humanist Academy where he was exposed to philosophers and…Read More
River Vessels by the Brazos
During my trip to Waco, I found these awesome sculptures while I was out with my family. They are called River Vessels by Patrick Dougherty and were created to show primitive ways in an accelerated world. Each structure was made entirely out of willow branches with out any form of glue, nails, or twine.…Read More