It is quite a disservice to any museum, but especially one as rich (defining rich here not just by the collections, but the thinking that went into the design) as the San Francisco MOMA to pick just a few things as highlights. Isn’t beauty in the eyes of the beholder? What holds appeal to me may not be “the” thing that attracts another person. However, given that this was love at first sight, I can’t help but gush about a few things that struck me. So here in no particular order, is a photo essay (with captions) capturing how the SF MOMA wooed me over.
The magnificent Richard Serra sculpture “Sequence” set up beautifully.
Ever get lost in museums trying to find a collection? Prime real estate on elevator doors gets converted into guide maps!
You may not be able to catch the “Scream” but there are plenty of other ways to get to know Edward Munch.
The fluid way in which the wavy wall meets the lit up ceiling.
The dramatic entrance that invites you to fall in love at first sight.
Céleste Boursier-Mougenot’s floating porcelain bowls are a sight to behold and music to the ears!
Coffee anyone? Only a museum can arrange the accompaniments like the perfect still life composition.
I don’t remember being this excited to go to the bathroom! Each floor is done up in a different bold color.
The multitude of windows with views.
It was the day of the total solar eclipse and I was so fortunate to have the opportunity to ponder the universe!
Pick up all you need to know about the SF MOMA here.
We’ve driven by the Baltimore Museum of Art many times, but this time decided to take the time out to explore what we discovered to be a hidden gem! From ancient Syrian mosaics to impressionist paintings to the work of Warhol, this museum surprises you at every corner. Here’s a tiny sampling of what we saw! PS. The added bonus? There is no fee to enter and there are beautiful outdoor spaces as well! Here’s a link to learn more about the Baltimore Museum of Art
This visual, The world is my oyster, captures how my travels have shaped my personality and bring to the surface a story which is uniquely me. Throughout my seventeen blessed years of life, I’ve been fortunate to see more than many are in the position to do in their entire life. From the pristine crafting of the artifacts in the Emperor’s Palace in Beijing to the geometric perfection of the Great Pyramids of Giza, my travels were a lesson in art’s role in shaping our society and world over generations. Travel was the seed that sparked my passion for art, and then became my opportunity to curate and critique my own creations. My travels have, most importantly, given me the ability to explore myself and my place in this world. This project was created entirely in Photoshop. With a multi-year trove of pictures, it was not only difficult to pick the perfect photos, but also a painstaking task to have these images come together to create the final portrait of me!