There’s the main two story house with great art works on every surface and then there is an annex, a giant open space for the really big pieces. Outside the annex is this sculpture garden.
I love this glass block snake-y swoop-y thing.
An amazing place, and it’s Free!
It’s an utterly wonderful place and you can visit for Free. The downside for the workin’ folk being that they are open only in the middle of the day in the middle of the week. This used to be me: ‘Hey, I work all day every day of the week and that’s just not fair!’ But that’s not me anymore. Life is So not fair.
The collection is entirely 20th Century and every artist of the twentieth century that you can name is represented by significant work.
In their side yard off the parking circle.
Check out the bird sitting on her neck. I love outside projects. They are in co-habitation with their environment and the thing itself is different every time because the environment is different. But then again inside projects are different every time too because you’re different.
So I’ve just said basically that every piece of art is different every time you see it. How singular. Let me now discuss this glass of wine.